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Adam Lambert: GLAAD Fever!!!

Adam Lambert: GLAAD Fever!!!

Adam Lambert gets shady with a pair of fierce sunglasses at the 2010 GLAAD Media Awards held at Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel on Saturday (April 17) in Los Angeles.

The 28-year-old American Idol vet performed a two-song set from his album, For Your Entertainment. Adam belted out “Fever” and “Music Again.”

Earlier in the evening, Adam tweeted, “Looking forward to the GLAAD awards tonight! I may just have to swish it up a bit. :)”

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89 Responses to “Adam Lambert: GLAAD Fever!!!”

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  1. 76

    “Confidence involves knowledge: knowledge of your subject, knowing you have the skills to succeed and knowing that all will go well. Confidence both results from and instills a feeling of safety, allowing you to act without fear. Courage, on the other hand, comes into play when you feel anything but safe. It is a leap into the unknown or, worse, a leap towards known risks, dangers and pitfalls, eliciting fear or at least apprehension, and yet you leap anyway when you could choose otherwise.”

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    what, couldn't even lace it? Says:

    @Melissa: The man he “molested” onstage (nice choice of words there homophobe) is his good friend and dancer Leo:

    He didn’t seem to mind the simulated blowjob nor did his female dancer, but the females didn’t even stick in your mind did they? I wonder why ;)

    Hey you should also comment on how Eminem rapping about having R.A.P.E.D 17 women is ‘legal’ !

    &: Janet Jackson feeling up then grabbing her dancer’s crotch so rough he fell forward and bending him over to get “butt access” :D

    Also express your faux concern at Gaga smashing whiskey bottles with her crotch and bumcrack out in a see-through outfit whilst singing about sex

    Don’t leave out Rihanna getting offstage a sexual torture devide in bandages

    AND Shakira in a tiny skirt singing about sex with an army of dancers shoving their vag.inas in the audiences’ face

    Did you know it’s also legal for Britney to grind against her male & female dancers singing about threesomes as kids sing along “1, 2, 3…”

    LET’S NOT FORGET Christina Aquilera RIDING men in her Dirrty vid.

    Could you get any more ignorant? In a GLAAD post ON Jared’s Blog (Jared, who is a GAY MAN) who has shockhorror SEX! As for the other troll comments, I don’t even have words for how pathetic these people are. I know who they are and they give me so much secondhand embarrassment, their behaviour is HS.

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    goulding Says:

    He is such an intentional pioneer, lays it all out there and sticks to his guns despite everything. He has balls. I think that’s why the legends respect him, it’s more than voice and charisma gotta be.

  4. 79
    LGBT Says:

    “Adam’s always playing the system, & winning most of the time. He does things his own way, never conforms, is constantly evolving, never apologizes or makes excuses. He was the 1st person to break out of the Sony/19 system. For the first time ever, an artist was fully in the driver’s seat. They basically just told him “what do you wanna do dude? We’ll go along & support it.” He’s his own businessman. Respect anti-puppets who aren’t musically stunted. ”The intriguing thing about Lambert — the thing that landed him on Barbara Walters’ 10 Most Fascinating People of 2009 list and is keeping him on the cultural radar is that he doesn’t fit the mould. What makes Lambert interesting is that in the face of this hypocritical (yet totally predictable) backlash — including a slew of obligatory talk show cancellations by jittery network weasels — is that instead of pulling a Britney and coyly feigning ignorance, the 27-year-old did the unthinkable: he kept a cool head, put his “outrageous” actions into knowing context, & refused to back down. By so doing, he’s sparked an unprecedented culture debate that, for most enlightened people, is long overdue. “I believe there’s a double standard,’’ he told the media jackals who descended on him expecting — no, demanding — a contrite apology (“You have offended the fabric of our nation, you crotch-grabbing maniac — apologize, dammit!”). This, of course, is not the way high-rolling pop stars are supposed to behave, especially when it comes to the culturally loaded issue of gay male sexuality and its acceptance, or lack thereof, in American popular culture (it’s the “global warming” of sexual orientation). Sure, there have been gay male rock and pop stars in the past — George Michael, Elton John and Freddie Mercury of Queen — but most have been dutifully closeted during their prime hitmaking years, revealing their sexual preferences (a) on their deathbed (b) after being arrested for having anonymous gay sex in public washrooms and/or (c) decades after their last hit record, when a commercial backlash is highly unlikely.” As Margaret Cho said “He’s bringing male sexuality to music. He’s electric.”

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    gguns Says:

    @s.d.: Whaaaaaat LOL how does he look remotely like Butler? But seeing as you mentioned Gerard, I think Adam pulls off the kilt look much better! :)

  6. 81
    J1Peter Says:

    @MaC @natalie @s.d That’s what’s wrong with society these days and people like you who perpetuate physical perfection as the end all and be all. No matter what you look like, you seem incredibly ugly inside.

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    Costa Says:

    @he blows: I know who you are and you’re pathetic lol. And if you think Adam’s ever going to stick to one style – musical or visual – dream on. He’s a self-confessed chameleon, he’s never stuck to one look or sound in his entire life – that’s the huge part os his appeal. Man you trolls are embarrassing as sh*t you can’t even troll right.

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    Goulding Says:


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    vicki Says:


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    cookiecutter Says:

    I may not be old enough but I know and loooove oldschool glamour!
    When stars dressed like stars. I get @Joharh ‘s comment ‘cos Gaga dresses and plays the part as well and commits herself to it. Showbusiness darling~

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    yelle Says:

    I so love what he stands for. No faux political stand, just being himself take it or leave it and inspiring so many people to be even half as defiant and “lionhearted” and driven and positive.

    He promoted at G.L.A.A.D after thanking the band, peace, unity, understanding, tolerance & acceptance amongst a group who fights for the same w others. Forever the professional, unselfish, grateful, humble, stand-up intelligent dude he is. He does so much for others but never asks for something in return – that’s also how the Idol House described him. He responds to hate w positivity as they said: “Love overcomes Hate, Love has no color, Love has no orientation, ALL is LOVE. No matter what color your skin is, no matter what religion you are, no matter what your sexuality is, no matter what your age is, we can all party together” -A. Lambert

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    Murray Sky News Says:

    “He’s very brave, this young kid – talking openly and publicly about such controversial topics, while remaining faithful to his true self. I told him that will get him respect. He was really keen for a chat, despite the fact that he’d had an early start on radio and had been on TV the night before. I also heard he’d gone out on the town after the show, so I suspect he was in need of some shut-eye. But he was still full of energy and gave 100 per cent of his attention during the interview, really stopping and thinking about the questions before answering them, and being completely honest and generous with his responses. This is truly a rarity in celebrity interviews and much admired by a reporter. All you ask of an artist is for something. Adam gave a lot. More than many.”

  13. 88
    rullestilladser Says:

    Well written article, good researched and useful for me in the future.I am so happy you took the time and effort to make this. See you around

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    golden shower Says:

    Took me time to read all the comments, but I definitely enjoyed the article. It proved to become really useful to me and I’m positive to all the commenters here! It’s always nice when you can not just be informed, but also entertained! I’m sure you had enjoyment writing this article.

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