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Adam Lambert Out and About

cvr_rsFinally, Adam Lambert has said it himself  “I am gay.”  Wow, big shock to most of us!  What’s next? The world is round!

Adam has admitted that coming out on American Idol would have  been so sensational “that it would overshadow what I was there to do, which was sing.”  He further states “I’ve been living in Los Angeles for eight years as a gay man.  I embrace it.  It’s just another part of me”

All is fine and dandy, I just don’t know if  “not” coming out on American Idol was they way to “not” sensationalize his persona.  I personally wonder if American Idol has something written in their contract with these performers to keep as low a profile as possible.  There is a morals clause that each contestant has to sign, it wouldn’t surprise me if there is also a clause regarding platforms for morality.  And believe me, there are still many people in this world who would consider being gay as being immoral. 

But Adam, dear Adam, why did you go public with the whole  crush on Kris Allen!  “Oh shit, they put me with the cute guy,” Lambert is quoted as saying.  “Distracting! He’s the one guy that I found attractive in the whole group on the show: nice, nonchalant, pretty and totally my type – except that he has a wife.  I mean, he’s open-minded and liberal, but he’s definitely 100 percent straight.  Now, all of the homophobes will be screaming “watch your men, ladies, the gays will be trying to convert them.”   

Unfortunately for us Adam Lambert fans, the “gay” guy comment will follow Adam for quite some time.  You now, the American Idol runner-up, no not Clay Aikens, the one who was gay on the show.  I hope that Adam Lambert can follow in Daughtery’s footsteps and become a shining star without him being linked forever to American Idols gay contestant.  If anything hopefully Adam opened some doors for future gay contestants in any show to embrace who they are with open arms.

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June 9, 2009 - Posted by | Celebrity Gossip | , , , , , ,


  1. The fact that a person’s sexual orientation would be included in a contract that addresses “morals” is essentially a violation of equal rights. If they want good, moral contestants, they need to require that only virgins or faithful spouses apply to compete. The question should be DO you screw, not who do you PREFER to screw. I think being gay is legal, at least everywhere except the military…

    Adam still has more talent in his gay little finger than Kris has in his whole fiercly moral body — no offense intended to Kris. (And btw, who says having a wife insures you aren’t gay??)

    Comment by trickeybusiness | June 9, 2009 | Reply

    • Adam is gay?

      Comment by margieweatherbes | June 9, 2009 | Reply

  2. What is up with the green snake? Is that supposed to mean something?

    Comment by margieweatherbes | June 9, 2009 | Reply

  3. Tricky, Leave it to you to come up with some of the most thought provoking questions…

    First of all, Kris Allen having a wife definately doesn’t insure that he is not gay. LOL I guess that we should all demand that Kris clear the air and announce to the world that he is straight, if indeed he is. Wouldn’t that be comical? Afterall, that’s exactly what happened to Adam. The public just had to hear him say it!

    Regarding the morals contract..Yes, it would be a violation of equal rights, but that hasn’t stopped big business before. I’m sure they would include some double talk and wording that could be incorporated as anything they would want it to be. It happens all the time. IF they want to get rid of someone they will find a way.

    Margie, the green snake..hmm…maybe back to the Garden of Eden? Or maybe, the beautiful color of the snake, maybe the symbolism of a snake close to Adam’s privates? I haven’t had time to really think about it yet….but I will let you know.

    Comment by Cinoda Reed | June 10, 2009 | Reply

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