The Adam Lambert Worship Thread (Comedy, actor, film, rock)
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Thanks ladies!! I had a great bday and it totally counts, Chickrae!
I'm am completely in love with his look in this video. It's FYE and not nearly as racy as the AMA's, but if you don't care for that one you may want to skip it. I especially love the little smile around 2:36 into the video!
hahaha - I thought it was a new "thank you" word for Glamberts!
Chatty Patty - I suppose we may be a bit too crazy about Adam, but this is an outside review of his album by Associated Content, and this is their conclusion:
Adam Lamber is The New King of Rock!
The main question while watching his rise to the top was if he could actually pull it off once an album of his own music was released. This means not singing covers, such as his haunting but much adored cover of Tears For Fears' Mad World. Not only does FYE live up to its hype, it obliterates any pondering idea that he was just another of American Idol's many "here today gone tomorrow" contestants. The finished product is the most solid debut album since Alanis Morissette unleashed Jagged Little Pill in 1995. Pill sold over 15 million copies in the United States alone and earned four Grammys.
I agree. I'm surprised they're not going to cancel his appearance on Barbara Walter's most interesting people. I hear there was a pretty racy performance on Dancing with the Stars last season. I think I'll complain to the network. LOL. The FCC cannot fine ABC because of the time slot. Not much worth watching on ABC, except Modern Family. The audience is probably larger for Leno than for Kimmel or the New Year's Eve show.
"British actor Rupert Everett, who told the British newspaper The Observer that he wishes he'd never come out.
"The fact is that you could not be, and still cannot be, a 25-year-old homosexual trying to make it in the British film business or the American film business or even the Italian film business," Everett, 50, says. "It just doesn't work and you're going to hit a brick wall at some point. You're going to manage to make it roll for a certain amount of time, but at the first sign of failure they'll cut you right off."
He adds: "Honestly, I would not advise any actor necessarily, if he was really thinking of his career, to come out."
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