THE STRUGGLE CONTINUES
Martin Luther King, Jr, Day 2017
ADAM’S NEW YEAR
When I look at the wonderfully colorful, eclectic and creative mix of friends Adam invited to his home to celebrate the New Year, I think, this is the America we are fighting for, people of all backgrounds, races, orientations, enjoying friendship and working together to bring love and light into one another’s lives–and into ours. Go out today and give back to our embattled communities.
Such a year…thank you to the Glam Sistahs for helping once again to compile this year’s list. If we missed a favorite, let us know in Comments!
“There I Said It” in Shanghai, China
“Let’s Dance” tribute to David Bowie at Pre-Grammy Show
On American Idol, “Mad World” and Welcome to the Show,” March 17
The Light, The Original High & NCOE, Ryman Auditorium, Nashville (TALC HD)
Adam on X Factor UK with Saara Aalto on “Bohemian Rhapsody”
Adam on X Factor Australia, “I Want to Break Free”
As Eddie in Rocky Horror Picture Show
New tattoo nipple shot
“Who Wants to Live Forever”, dedicated to victims of Orlando nightclub shooting, at Isle of Wight Festival
And the things that really matter… LOVE!!
Apologies for the absence. RL has gotten too busy! But we couldn’t let Adam’s XFactor UK performance slide by without sharing and flailing! Enjoy!
BUT FIRST, THIS TRANSCENDENT MOMENT
Watch this unforgettable performance by Patti Smith at the Nobel Prize ceremony, where she sang “A Hard Rain’s Gonna Fall” in honor of Bob Dylan. Her authentic, heart-rending, vulnerable performance brings home the power of music. Worth reading: Amanda Petrusich’s essay in the New Yorker, which addresses the controversy over the choice of Dylan for the Literature award: “Has Dylan conferred great benefit to mankind? Listening to Smith sing his song—and watching as audience members, dressed in their finest, wiped their eyes, blindly reached for each other, seemed unable to exhale—the answer felt obvious. The answer was on their faces.”
Adam slays with Saara Aalto, and isn’t all that eye contact and chemistry at the end to die for? Who wouldn’t want to be in Saara’s shoes?
Saara Aalto – The X Factor UK 2016 FINAL FULL
XTRA Live – Interviews
Fan Video posted by heathermarie87. Thank you!
LIGHTING FIRES DOWN UNDER
Evil in the Night from X-Factor Australia
Review: Adam Lambert amazes on ‘Evil in the Night’ on X Factor Australia SPECIAL “Overall, Adam Lambert nailed “Evil in the Night” on the live reality television show. He was able to show his Australian fans how to have a fun time with this spitfire song. His performance earned five out of five stars.”
PUTTING A SPELL ON US
2016-10-27 Adam Lambert on Snapchat ‘I Put A Spell On You’ (6 snaps) – Flipped, by adamlambert_pic
And in the spirit of the season, Adam brings us bats….!
Adam highlights from last week
— Ironpeach (@Iron_peach) November 2, 2016
October 20, 8PM ET on FOX
Logo – EXCLUSIVE: How Adam Lambert Was Transformed Into “Rocky Horror” Badass Delivery Boy Eddie (VIDEO) “Turning the pop glampire into a messy biker with an attitude was no mean feat, but Tony-winning costumer designer William Ivey Long (Hairspray, Grey Gardens, Cinderella) was up to the task. “Poor Eddie—he’s a mess!” says Long in an exclusive behind-the-scenes video. “He’s cover in mud… ripped jeans—and not in a fashion sense.””
Yahoo – ‘Rocky Horror’ Music Producer Cisco Adler Talks Laverne Cox, Adam Lambert, Haters & Hardcore Fans “It is interesting that, although we associate Rocky Horror with the glitter-rock era, for obvious reasons of makeup as well as music, the style of the more rocking numbers has that basic boogie. But Adler points out that that isn’t uncharacteristic of David Bowie, Mott the Hoople, T. Rex, or other Brit-champs of that mid-‘70s era. “Listen, glam-rock is Southern rock with makeup, so that’s where we went,” he says with a laugh. “You know, there’s a reason Bowie went to Muscle Shoals [in Alabama] to record.””
— ADAM LAMBERT DAILY (@AdamL_Daily) October 10, 2016
Why We Love Judge Adam
Daily Mail – ‘You can tell I was moved by your performance because I’m missing a boot’: Adam Lambert locks in his X-Factor top three…after throwing a shoe at Natalie Ong “Judge Adam Lambert locked in his team of three under 22-year-old performers after an astounding range of performances by the show’s youngest contestants…Before the 15-year-old performed, Adam explained that shoe throwing was an unconventional way he and his friends expressed appreciation for each others performances.”
— cocoo (@cocooyau) October 15, 2016