Adam Lambert talks with UK’s GMTV

By Greg Hernandez

Maybe it’s because I am so sick of the often mindless noise that is The Insider, Access Hollywood and Entertainment Tonight, this interview with Adam Lambert on the UK’s GMTV is so refreshing.

It’s not a long interview, but Adam actually gets to have a conversation and speak in more than quick soundbites before the show cuts to the latest scintillating (not!) detail of Larry King’s divorce or a feature on of Tiger Woods’ or Jesse James’ alleged mistresses (yawn).

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  • April 26, 2010 | Permalink |

    Adam is always so personable and poised witrh interviewers.

  • April 26, 2010 | Permalink |

    I agree with your comment and add that the across the pound Internet media print articles are also refreshing to read because their articles are written without a hidden negative agenda or a starting premise to which they editorialize as if it were opinion was the truth vs just their own single pessimistic point of view. And that cynical point of view central theme is a “sky is falling” mentality.

  • April 27, 2010 | Permalink |

    Lambert’s vocal prowess and artistry is probably pretty well known at this point (check out his “For Your Entertainment” cd – it really is a great buy!!) but what might be somewhat less known is what a smart and savvy but genuinely nice guy this young man is. He is interesting and worldly in a good way, he is self aware as well as globally aware, he is well spoken and considerate… I’m a fan, not some uber obsessed nutjob, but I just felled compelled by this fair and thoughtful article to write in and comment. I read somewhere recently something about Lambert being an incidental pioneer, or something to that effect, and it’s accurate. Lambert does not have to take on certain roles that people want to place on him, which he has expressed no desire to do and that’s completely fine, but simply living his life the way he is (being true to himself) and being so darn kind, funny, accepting, intelligent etc. he is actually a good role model to those in not only his generation, but those in the next generation and to those in his industry. Perhaps, just maybe, Lambert’s sort of make love not war mentality is just what we need right now. But all that aside, his music is all at the same time both interesting and fun, though provoking and playful, sexy and lighthearted – all those things and more. “For Your Entertainment” has something for everyone and every mood, but in the best possible way. And Lambert’s right with his take on “playlists” – as we move deeper into the playlist generation, genres are becoming passé and his beautifully eclectic album just may be what music consumers soon see as the norm.

  • April 27, 2010 | Permalink |

    What a beautiful, humble, articulate,intelligent man he is, his voice is second to none and he is sooooo handsome! I love this guy. Boy did America get it wrong, but the world knows who is number 1!! Adam is the best! I agree with the first 3 posts completely!

  • April 27, 2010 | Permalink |

    I agree with you 1000%. Adam Lambert is so real and honest that one cannot help but adore him! All the phony-balloneys can’t hold a candle to this handsome talented sweetheart!

  • April 27, 2010 | Permalink |

    Will, how did America “get it wrong”? We voted him into the finale on American Idol!!! We love him!!! And there was only about a 1% difference between Adam and Kris in the final vote, which was up for discussion on its accuracy. But I’ve adopted Adam’s gracious attitude and moved on. I’m happy he was able to launch himself on the show. If you like Adam, you should thank America for bringing him to the world’s consciousness, instead of dissing us. Sheesh.

  • April 27, 2010 | Permalink |

    Kumulus – I understand where you’re coming from, I really do, but let’s be careful not to condemn someone who ultimately has very positive things to say about Lambert. In the interest of brevity and without getting all verbose – I think I understand the reason behind your comment and I don’t mean to be harsh back at you… but, just my gut opinion, I don’t think Will was America bashing. However, to your point, I think it is an amazing thing, and often forgotten fact, that Lambert made it to the final two of this VOTE-based program… and I do indeed think that American’s are to be hugely commended for that. I understand that it probably SHOULDN’T be seen as incredible that Lambert made it to the final two, given his incredible talent and “IT” factor – but still, it is and I’m very proud of American’s for recognizing this amazing artists talent and voting accordingly.

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