Adam Lambert turns heads on Glam Nation Tour
Adam Lambert took the stage last night in New York, and VH1 caught some of the action. You can watch Adam’s LIVE performance of “Fever” right here. “Fever” was co-written by Lady Gaga and has the pop feel that we’ve come to expect from both Gaga and Lambert.
Love him or hate him, Adam Lambert can turn heads and make the news. This video is no exception. Lambert’s sexual orientation may have been a question during the filming of American Idol, but since he came out of the closet, there has been no doubt. After his memorable performance on the AMA’s last year it should be no surprise that he makes out with men in his live performances. If you don’t like that sort of thing, you might not want to press play (just a fair warning).
Lambert got his start right here in San Diego and became a household name in 2009 on season eight of American Idol. Like many Idol contestants that have become popular, Lambert didn’t take the title. Instead, he has powered on and become a successful musician and performer in his own right.
His first studio album, For Your Entertainment was released in November 2009 and the first single “Whataya want from me” has charted in the top ten in over seven countries including the US.
Lambert’s Glam Nation Tour kicked off June 4. His only stops in California will be on July 27 and 28 when he performs at the Orange Country Fair’s Pacific Amphitheatre in Costa Mesa. If you’re planning on attending the show, you can expect to see a great performance full of special-effects lighting and plenty of “Glam.”
Adam Lambert grew up in San Diego after moving from Indianapolis as a child. He was raised in Rancho Penasquitos and attended Mt. Carmel High School. He currently lives in Los Angeles so he can work on his budding career.