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Adam Lambert to perform on ‘American Idol’ next week


HollywoodNews.com: Adam Lambert will reportedly be returning to ‘American Idol’ on March 10th for a special performance.

Lambert, who did not win his season, will reportedly be performing “Aftermath” on the results episode, states Just Jared.

The singer will reportedly be performing an acoustic version of the song. After the performance, the song will reportedly be available on AdamOfficial.com with proceeds going to The Trevor Project.

Will you tune in to see Adam Lambert perform?

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15 Comments

  • March 4, 2011 | Permalink |

    Adam’s appearance will send the ratings through the roof next Thursday.
    I have been watching the Idol guys perform and I thought i liked 2 or 3 of them. i then went back to youtube and reviewed Adam’s Whole Lotta Love performances in Knoxville, Nashville and that “killer’ encore in Cologne, Germany and now I don’t care for Idol that much this year. Adam’s talent, charisma and stage presence still render me stunned and speechless and I have reviewed some of the Glam Nation Tour videos many times.
    I think he will expand his fan base after that performance of Aftermath next week.

  • March 4, 2011 | Permalink |

    Absolutely!!! Never miss an Adam appearance. He is always at the top of his game. Also sure everyone will be trying to get a front row seat on Thursday night. He is what AI is all about.

  • March 4, 2011 | Permalink |

    Oh yes, I will watch for the first time this season…great charity, great artist…

  • March 4, 2011 | Permalink |

    WOW can not wait to see Adam on Idol again. Acoustic” Aftermath” is such a beautiful song. The Idol ratings will go CRAZY!!!!! Adam Lambert is an Artistic Genius and a wonderful person!!!!

  • March 4, 2011 | Permalink |

    Yes, I totally agree , the ratings will be huge next week when Adam appears on Idol… I am sure all of his 903,549 twitter glamily will be watching….He is mesmerizing to watch…no one will ever compare to him..he is the ultimate performer.

  • March 4, 2011 | Permalink |

    I will tune ONLY for Adam! I will tune Only for Adam 24/7. As far as I am concerned, ADAM should have his own show. I will watch it UNCONDITIONAL.

    Adam, we love you heart and soul!

  • March 4, 2011 | Permalink |

    @Adam Fan. I think the twitter glamily is going to grow after next Thursday.

    (Apparently James Durbin is the rock Idol to watch this year… Sorry he has no talent, charisma, stage presence, vocals, intelligence, humility and no sex appeal whatsoever.)

  • March 4, 2011 | Permalink |

    I’m a huge adam fan but saying James has no talent nor charisma just isn’t right…, I think glamberts need to calm down and try not to put down others??

  • March 4, 2011 | Permalink |

    If you are going to remind us that Adam Lambert did not win his season of American Idol please follow that with the fact that there was cheating in Arkansas to the tune of 38 million votes. Kerry Kolsch wrote the book American Idol Vote Scam that is at Amazon that proves AT&T participated in cheat parties.

  • March 4, 2011 | Permalink |

    I can’t say that James has no talent but he’s no Adam.He lacks the richness and beautiful tone in Adam’s voice.Honestly,other than the rock wail,I don’t get these comparisons to Adam.Don’t see it at all.Plus the number #1 thing missing that Adam has in abundance,is the IT factor.

  • March 4, 2011 | Permalink |

    I am so excited for this performance. I think he could really take the acoustic version of this song one step further than the CD and knock it out of the park with so much emotion. I hope his look is toned down and not flashy because of the important message he is sending. I have my DVR set!.

  • March 4, 2011 | Permalink |

    It’s about time.
    We miss him and I am sure the new kids will enjoy to see “how it’s done” but most of all the producers are really smart, the ratings will go sky high, until this day Adam Lambert is the BEST that A.I. had and we, his fans will feel soooo happy on March 10.
    On another note, if James is there and has fans he can thank Adam, Adam opened many doors, broke down many barriers so new kids can express their talent.
    They should thank Adam.
    I don’t follow AI since season 8 but for sure I will watch next week .

  • March 4, 2011 | Permalink |

    I would never miss an Adam Lambert performance! This acoustic version is not easy to sing and the melody does not have the simple jhook of today’s pop. But he will do it perfectly and our eyes will be glued to his. I assume he will sit quietly and just have a guitar accompaniment. There have been so many bells and whistles already on this year’s Idol that I expect Adam’s performance to be a standout on all levels. Can’t wait!

  • March 5, 2011 | Permalink |

    I will absolutely be watching Adam. He is the best performer to ever grace their stage.
    Very excited to see him!

  • March 5, 2011 | Permalink |

    I’ll be watching for sure, any chance I can see Adam perform sing or appear on tv, I’ll be tuning in. There’ll never be another contestant likeAdam Lambert, I don’t care how many times Randy tries to tell everyone that this is the best talent they’ve had this year, he said it last year too. And we all know TNT did their stint over the voting thing, not that it matters now, Adam came out the winner in the end. What I am tired of is the comparisons people make with Adam and the constant judging, you never hear of it with any other idol, the contest has been over for 2 years now, lets put it out to pasture along with the AMA performance and enjoy this amazing talented and gifted singer who’s going to be around for a long long time .

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