May 28, 2017

Adam Lambert dazzles at GLAAD Media Awards

By Greg Hernandez
Adam Lambert dazzles at GLAAD Media Awards at the Century Plaza Hotel on Saturday night. Adam closed the show by performing two songs. He was introduced by Judas Priest lead singer Rob Halford who said: “Thank God for Adam Lambert, we need someone like him in the community.”

After performing Fever and Music Again, Adam told the crowd his mission “is not only to promote visibility in the gay and lesbian community but to promote diversity in the gay and lesbian community.”

View photos from the event below:

GLAAD AWARDS

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Greg Hernandez has written about the entertainment world for more than a decade. He is a veteran of covering many Academy Awards shows (plus Emmys, Grammys and Golden Globes) as well as film festivals, movie premieres and philanthropic events. Hernandez founded the popular Out In Hollywood blog while a writer and columnist for the "Los Angeles Daily News." He’s also a former staff writer at the "Los Angeles Times" and "The Hollywood Reporter" and has been a contributing writer to "The Advocate." Greg is the founder and editor of Greginhollywood.com

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2 Comments

  • April 18, 2010 | Permalink |

    The small clip I saw on YouTube of his performance last night was great!! I hope GLAAD puts up the rest of it.

  • April 18, 2010 | Permalink |

    I think it’s admirable that Lambert also spoke to promoting DIVERSITY and acceptance of diversity WITHIN the gay and lesbian community. Good for him. There are RuPauls and there are Anderson Coopers, there are KD Langs and there are Portia DeRossis… there are Neil PatrickHarris’ and there are Adam Lamberts… one gay man or woman is not every gay man or woman, and I think it’s an important distinction to be made WITHIN the gay and lesbian community, not just to the more “traditional” world. To think that Lambert has been criticized by some in the gay community for being a type of gay man that hurts the gay community, or doesn’t promote the gay community enough as a “mainstream” bunch… I think that’s awful. I’m a straight female who is admittedly a bit of a hippie – my sister is a straight female who is a hard core businesswoman type – we are different but both strive to be good citizens of our own personal communities in our own ways.

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