Adam Lambert likes “pretty boys in their early-to-mid twenties”
HollywoodNews.com: Adam Lambert may be gay, but you have to admit, he’s not hard on the eyes. While the singer is gearing up for his headlining tour this summer, he’s taken some time to answer a few questions from Frontiersweb.
In terms of his upcoming tour he shares, ” I wrote a song with Sam Sparro for my album, and the song is called “Voodoo.” It wasn’t on the standard release—it was a bonus track—but I released it with my remixes that came out a couple months ago, and I got such a great response. I fell in love with the song again.
Thematically, it’s about putting a love spell on someone. It’s very kitschy and has a lot of imagery that has to do with New Orleans and voodoo and the swamp and it’s kinda fun. And so I decided that I would open my tour with that song, but I also wanted to make the entire tour exist in that world, almost like a turn-of-the-century New Orleans, witchy, mystical, voodoo-type imagery.”
Of course an interview wouldn’t be complete without Lambert saying something controversial. This time when asked whether he would do Ryan Seacrest or Simon Cowell he stated, “Ew. Neither one of them is my type at all. They’re both too old for me. I like pretty boys in their early-to-mid twenties. Make sure you print that.”
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