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Adam Lambert Update – October 3-9, 2016

October 9, 2016

By JuneauOn Twitter @JuneauXena & @AdamLambertBook




Antinous (also Antinoüs or Antinoös; Ancient Greek: Ἀντίνοος; 27 November, c. 111 – before 30 October 130[1]) was a Bithynian Greek youth and a favourite, or lover, of the Roman emperor Hadrian.[2] He was deified after his death, being worshiped in both the Greek East and Latin West, sometimes as a god (theos) and sometimes merely as a hero (heros).[3]





The X Factor – This is the week the Underdog Judge will be revealed!

The X Factor AU – Dos, Dont’s And Dealbreakers Of Auditions

The X Factor Australia – Harley Vass Sings ‘I Want To Break Free’ By Queen with Adam Lambert

Adam Lambert clips as a judge on XFactor AU Episode 2 Oct 3, 2016 from Cocoo Y

Adam Lambert – X Factor AU Compilation by Ste 23

thexfactorauBrace yourself for the bombshell. 😮💣 The Underdog Judge makes a move, 7pm tonight on @Channel7.#xfactorau






Mix 105 – Are Sam Smith and Adam Lambert Collaborating? “The jury is still out on that one, but Lambert started the rumor when he shared a video on his Instagram page today (October 7). In it, he and Smith ride around London. The two initially just stare goofily at the camera before Lambert croaks “London town” in an affected accent. Smith banters back at his buddy, before offering up a new hashtag, “Rickshaw vibes,” after the jumbling and bouncy ride they’re in.”


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Check out the Haider Ackermann blazer





A Virgin’s Guide to Rocky Horror




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Adam Lambert Through My Eyes – FIRST TIME KIND OF GIRL  We love this blogger! “That element of surprise is everything. Even when it’s not perfect, even when I don’t always like it, the fire that his first performances light in me burns too good to be switched for the brushed up perfection of the later ones. But sometimes, more often than not, and for me, almost always, those exact same first performances are completely and utterly perfect. Forget the fire; forget the excitement, because it is then that I reach the nirvana. I’m in a particularly good mood these days, since a few hints have been dropped that he is working on his fourth album and that can mean one thing and one thing only – there are many nirvana-inducing events in my near future. Life is good. Life is a strawberry.”

Young Post: Queen of rock, king of pop: Queen and Adam Lambert are champions of the stage “Although 34-year-old Lambert admits he didn’t discover Queen until later in his life, he found it easy to connect with band’s image and sound. “I really love all Queen’s music,” says Lambert. “The catalogue of songs is so diverse; they covered so many different styles. And that’s how showbiz should be: we got to take the audience on such an incredible journey. There are songs that are really aggressive and tough; and there are songs that are sensitive and sweet. There are songs that are dramatic. They have such an amazing catalogue.”” 

The Sydney Morning Herald -The X Factor review: Iggy Azalea and Adam Lambert need to crank up the bitching. “Seven will be hoping that Azalea and Lambert can crank up the bitching and the sniping and the diva behaviour, because judging drama is the lifeblood of the modern talent show, and that will only become more important as the competition progresses.”

Concert Blogger – Adam Lambert + Queen thrill nearly 10,000 fans during their Hong Kong debut Adam Lambert is an astonishing singer. His range is near operatic, able to transform “We Are The Champions”, the well known, overplayed anthem by Queen, into a fresh, thrilling experience. Upon seeing him perform 21 songs over the course of the group’s Hong Kong debut before nearly 10,000 people at the AsiaWorld-Arena, it’s obvious that both Lambert and the group complement, respect and inspire each other.”



Crazy Little Thing Called Love – Enjoy the view!

Queen + AL in Bangkok – Full Playlist here.

Downloads of Queen + AL via mmyy9. Thank you!!




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By @kardamdoll



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  1. Lam-My permalink
    October 10, 2016 8:12 pm

    I have a little nature conservation story to celebrate Another Lonely Night…one year anniversary.

    A Scallop’s lonely night no more…

    Bert was diving in the pristine South Pacific; so surreal, the labyrinth underwater. He was a keen marine biologist and often explored the ocean floors around the world. He was filming a particular shellfish that fascinated him, the fan-shaped scallop.
    All of a sudden, a little sound seemed to be beckoning to him: Please help me…help me… Was it his own imagination…
    Bert dived down a little more to the ocean floor. His headlight suddenly spotted a giant clam; a scallop, about a metre in width. Wow! thought Bert, he had never seen such a large scallop in all his life of diving. Its two fan-shaped shells were floundering, flapping up and down lethargically, its ossilation sounded like a groan, a hiss, like someone gasping for breath…coming from the scallop shellfish.
    Bert touched it gently and the scallop clammed up; He examined it closer…oh no, a large part of the lower shell was broken, the broken part was hanging precariously, going to fall off any time.
    Bert, an experienced marine biologist knew he had to repair it or it would turn sceptic and then devoured live!
    Bert rumaged his safety-kit which he always brought with him on a dive. He found a tube of super-glue. That’s it! Deftly Bert repaired the scallop shell; no more hissing sound was heard. Bert took a few steps back to film the beautiful scallop camouflaged in the coral reef; this would make a real good presentation on wild life preservation under the sea, he smiled.

    A few days later, Bert decided to check on the recuperating giant scallop. He dived to the South Pacific sea floor. No, it wasn’t there anymore! He swam around the reef looking for it; he couldn’t miss such a giant scallop.
    True enough, the giant scallop was basking in the sunlight streaming through the ocean floor. What do you know…there were a few tiny ones surrounding Mama Scallop! lwl!

    Side-note: Whenever I ate these scallops in a restaurant, I would get them cleaned up and take the fan-shaped scallop shells home; now I have collected a little pile! from various past dinners. Like Bert, I love those corrugated fan shells.

  2. Lam-My permalink
    October 11, 2016 10:31 pm

    Adam relished in saying: ‘ I’ll say there is nothing wrong with theatrical. It just got to be goood! ‘

    Well, he would have wanted to do that on AI/S8…so he got it out now with emphasis, shaking his index finger. In fact, he was told that, right at the beginning, his S8 audition that he was theatrical; turned out a blessing in disguise as things unfolded with Queen.

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