Bits from Adam Lambert’s pre-Grammys media tour

By Greg Hernandez SUPERSTAR: Adam Lambert is in full-on publicity mode chatting up his soon-to-be released DVD and talking about Sunday night’s Grammy Awards. He’s nominated for his hit song “Whataya Want From Me.”

Adam tells Ellen DeGeneres that when he learned of his Grammy nomination, “I think I made a noise higher than in any song I have on my album.”

He also tells Ellen that he has not yet tuned into ‘American Idol’ yet this season, waiting until the contestants are narrowed down to the top 12.

I posted Adam’s appearance on ‘The Talk’ yesterday. Here are his appearances on ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show,’ ‘Access Hollywood Live’ and ‘Extra.’

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  • February 11, 2011 | Permalink |

    this has been a nice week for Glamberts. Adam everywhere.The big day will be Sunday. I hope to catch some red carpet interviews and see him in the audience and hoping that he won a Grammy earlier that day.

  • February 12, 2011 | Permalink |

    Okay, first ADAM is not performing on the Grammys
    Then his award will not even be televised.
    So, even if he wins, he still can’t seem to get public validation.
    Why didn’t fans protest and petition he be on the show.
    ADAM deserves much more!!!

  • February 13, 2011 | Permalink |

    Adam has some really major competition in the category he’s nominated in and let’s face it, going against Michael Jackson’s last Grammy nod would be tough for anyone. He was not selected for a performance because he only has one nomination and he’s not likely to win. While as a Lambert fan, I’d love to see him take the award home, this will probably not be his year. I do however expect that his albums to come will finally bring him a favorable response from the Recording Academy.

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