Having finally found a voice that's his and his alone, singer Adam Lambert is thrilled another public figure has managed to achieve the same.

Lambert, whose third album, The Original High, hits stores later this month, told Billboard in an interview published this morning (June 5) that he was over the moon about the recent release of Caitlyn Jenner's cover feature across Vanity Fair's July issue.

In the magazine, Caitlyn, who formerly identified as Bruce Jenner, addressed her transition from male to female, what inspired her to finally make the leap and what she hopes will come from encompassing public dialogue.

"The power that Caitlyn has is that she can show and teach everybody what transition is from start to finish," Lambert said, who added the report will ideally take "the fear away from the trans movement." "I think it's pretty amazing."

Lambert also called the photos "very romantic" and noted "Annie Leibowitz is an amazing photographer and the photos are beautiful."

Lambert joins a long list of supporters of Jenner that includes President Barack Obama and actress and transgender advocate Laverne Cox.

"...what I think is most beautiful about [Jenner] is her heart and soul, the ways she has allowed the world into her vulnerabilities,” Cox wrote in a Tumblr post. “The love and devotion she has for her family and that they have for her. Her courage to move past denial into her truth so publicly. These things are beyond beautiful to me."

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