FCC flooded with 5,000 complaints about Adam Lambert’s racy performance at AMAs

Rolling Stone has reported that Adam Lambert’s racy performance on the American Music Awards resulted in more than 5,000 indecency complaints to the Federal Communications Commission from across the country.

They ranged from thoughtful in tone to crude with gay slurs.

The fallout was from Lambert’s Novemberr performance on ABC of ‘For Your Entertainment’ from his debut album during which he made many provocative moves including simulated oral sex, same-sex kissing and leading dancers across the stage on leashes.

He just went too far according to plenty of people who filed online complains with the FCC.

To read more go to Rolling Stone.

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One Comment

  • January 8, 2010 | Permalink |

    Oh good Lord what was the big deal? He was wearing a 3 piece suit for crying out loud it wasn’t like he was naked. You see that stuff in clubs today. Don’t you people ever go out?! All of those who have gotten all puffy about this and your kids – did you not see what all the other artists were doing on the stage 2 hours prior to Adam Lambert’s performance? Get real?! Get off your high horse! You want to start ranting and raving after his performance you need to start from the begining of the AMA with Janet Jackson’s performance and then work your way back to Adam. Don’t forget all the numbers in between either!

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