Here in the United States, we tend to think of Adam Lambert as just another one of our many flamboyant pop stars -- and certainly not an artist whose work is anything scandalous. In Singapore, however, it's a different story.
Not that long ago, it seemed like an aggressive form of prostate cancer might bring an early end to Nile Rodgers' legendary career.
But a little over two years after publicly revealing his diagnosis, he's cancer-free and just as busy as ever -- not only with his own music, but continuing to produce new tracks for a diverse array of artists that currently includes Daft Punk and Adam Lambert.
It really isn't that uncommon to see celebrities in drag, whether it's for an acting role or just for plain old fun. From the manliest of men to the most delicate females in pop culture, gender-bending is never really off limits.
Adam Lambert teased the world last week when he released a 37-second snippet of his own rendition of Rihanna's 'Stay,' and now a full performance of the track hit the web. Captured from a concert in South Korea, it was well worth the wait.
As if we needed reminding that Adam Lambert was awesome. The 'Trespassing' singer covered Rihanna's 'Stay' and absolutely shamed anyone who will sing that song for the rest of time... including RiRi herself. Oh, and did we mention his version is only 37 seconds?
What better way to add an epic narration to your everyday life than to have Adam Lambert or Lady Gaga sing your every move? Both Glambert and Mother Monster have such strong voices that this is a truly difficult decision.
Happy birthday, Adam Lambert! While we're sure the 'For Your Entertainment' hit maker has some big plans for his 31st birthday today (Jan. 29, 2013) -- that is, on top of holding a huge birthday collection for charity -- we wanted to help his fans get into the celebrating spirit by counting votes for your favorite Adam Lambert music video.
Adam Lambert is giving back on his birthday. The pop star is turning 31 years old on Tuesday (Jan. 29) and encouraging fans to donate $31 to the We Are Family Foundation, which promotes cultural diversity around the globe.
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