Adam Lambert praises Lady Gaga for her Target decision Lady Gaga recently decided to cancel her exclusive agreement with Target in regard to her upcoming album due to their LGBT policy and political support, a move Adam Lambert is on board with.

Lambert recently revealed that he thinks she made a smart move, states The Hollywood Reporter.

“I think the responsibility of today’s pop stars is to liberate the masses. In that everyone can be whatever they wanna be,” Lambert says about what stars should do for their fans.

“I think she’s f—ing fantastic. And it’s something beyond sexuality. She’s got a lot of ideas and savvy,” Lambert said about Gaga’s decision to not associate herself with a company whose policies she didn’t agree with.

Do you agree with Adam Lambert?

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  • March 12, 2011 | Permalink |

    I absolutely agree with Adam and am very happy that Lady Gaga made the right decision. I hope Target changes their policies, for they will never see a penny from me otherwise.

  • March 12, 2011 | Permalink |

    It takes something like Gaga pulling her music to get there attention. I am sure they are not happy about losing her business. Still it all depends on their corporate beliefs, which I believe are pretty far right.

  • March 12, 2011 | Permalink |

    I don’t get how Adam aying that had anything to do with her decision with Target! Wow, how do you twist Adam performing his amazing song of Aftermath to gain sales that will benefit the great Trevor Projet to being about Gaga? Really? Well, tell me, Target always catered to anti gay crap so why was Gaga with them in the first place?

  • March 12, 2011 | Permalink |

    NO i don’t agree! I think being that is disgusting!

  • March 12, 2011 | Permalink |

    Good for GaGa…. She has a lot of $$$$$ power and am glad she’s pushing some buttons out there!
    I love the lyrics to Born this Way. I don’t know if others here watch videos but I recommend you take a look at Katy Perry’s “Firework” video and Pink’s “Perfect” video. There are some powerful messages in both videos, along the line of Adam’s song Aftermath.
    You will see a full figure girl in a bikini jumping into a pool and two guys kissing in Katy’s for example and Pink’s shows bullying, anorexia and attempted suicide.

  • March 12, 2011 | Permalink |

    Um Trudy, Adam has a song called Aftermath that has a great message and is coming from soneplace real, cuz the guy actually IS GAY!!! Your rudeness by completely ignoring the fact that this article was supposed to be about Adam and his song Aftermath tells me just how inspiring and changing peoples perspectives the songs you quoted are doing!

  • March 12, 2011 | Permalink |

    Who cares? As if Target is actually going to loose business over this?

  • March 12, 2011 | Permalink |

    I am no longer shopping at Target. I had not realized all this.

  • March 12, 2011 | Permalink |

    luv u both!! <3

  • March 13, 2011 | Permalink |

    @Shana, I”m not trying to be rude. Of course I know he’s gay and I don’t give a shit about that. I’m a loyal Adam fan from Idol right through Glam Nation Tour and everything else “Adam”.
    I just saw Katy’s and Pink’s videos and was pleasantly surprised when I saw they had the courage to address issues like bullying and teen suicide in videos millions of people would see. At the end of Pink’s video the kid’s help hotline number is displayed.
    Only thing that really annoyed me was that Katy can have two guys kissing in her video and Adam is constantly criticised for doing that.

  • March 13, 2011 | Permalink |

    Several Target’s are expanding their stores. It doesn’t matter what Lady Gaga does or say because Target will not lose any business.

  • March 13, 2011 | Permalink |

    I’m surprised by some of the comments I read here! I’d encourage you to dig a little bit deeper to get your facts versus relying on headlines. A quick Google search shows all of the good things that Target has done for our GLBT community. They provide support for PFLAG, sponsor a variety of events to help our community including the Out & Equal Workplace Conference, Reaching Out MBA Conference, Project 515, The Bridge for Youth (the list goes on). They’re also very active with both the Minnesota AIDS Walk and the Red Ribbon Ride – which are aimed at raising dollars and awareness for HIV/AIDS. Target has received a bunch of awards for all of the work they’ve done – and continue to do – around GLBT causes. Before we immediately jump on the bandwagon, let’s make sure we have all of the facts. Target has been giving back to our community long before it was the popular thing to do; and that support continues, despite all of the negativity our community gives back.

  • March 16, 2011 | Permalink |

    Mark – First it is well publicized that Target donated a large amount of money to one of the Rep. politicians who ran for office last year…who verbally on record denounced gays and said they deserved to be harrassed….So if you have a heart…if you have ethics…and you are a celeb who does not believe in hate messages like Gaga…then of course you would not associate with Target or anyone else who promotes hate….Target officials knew this man’s stand or should have known….This is only right and I applaud Gaga and Lambert for saying such….

  • March 19, 2011 | Permalink |

    I choose to support Target. I shop at Target and love it!

    Target supported a candidate who was Pro-Business. In our economy we need representatives who are Pro-Business. Unfortunately for us, the NON-pro-business candidate ended up winning the election. (Oddly enough, family of this non-pro-business candidate was instrumental in the very origins of Target. I think Target knew the non-pro-business candidate well enough to know that he did not support a healthy business environment in our state.) The fact that some in the gay community extrapolated this to represent something otherwise reflects poorly on the gay community. The fact that Lady Gaga and Adam Lambert joined this nonsense reflects poorly on them as well. I now choose to end my support for Lady Gaga and Adam Lambert. I choose to support Target. I shop at Target and love it!

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