With an alumni list that includes Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood and Jordin Sparks, there's no doubt that 'American Idol' knows how to make a star. Two of the reality show's most successful singers are also known for being very easy on the eyes. Who do you think is more swoon-worthy: Adam Lambert or Phillip Phillips?
Kevin Bacon isn't the only celebrity who can relate to just about everyone in Hollywood -- in fact, most stars are connected in one way or another. And if you thought that all Kristen Stewart and Adam Lambert have in common are dark locks and heavy eyeliner, think again...
Coming out of the closet isn't easy for anyone, but when you're famous, it's even harder to announce that you're gay, lesbian, bisexual or anything else outside of the hetero-normative narrative. These celebs bravely came out to the public -- some not necessarily by choice -- and inspired us all
Four weeks ago, it was announced that vocal powerhouse Adam Lambert would be joining the singing and dancing dramedy 'Glee,' but it was unclear in what capacity he would be entering the show's fifth season.
Thankfully, one of the show's stars, Chris Colfer, has a new book out (the second in his 'Land of Stories' fractured fairy tale novels), and while discussing that book, he revealed just what pa
A very pregnant Fergie (soon to be Fergie Duhamel) had a baby shower on Sunday, July 28, and it wasn't just any baby shower. Thanks to the gay-heavy guest list, Fergs dubbed this a "gayby" shower -- but even in that sea of fabulousness, Adam Lambert still managed to shine.
Adam Lambert walked away from his record deal because he didn't think a collection of '80s covers was a good idea. Instead, the 'American Idol' alum is honing in on his rock roots with his third record.
Adam Lambert is leaving RCA, but he's returning to some old friends in the meantime: Queen.
The 'American Idol' alum is joining the legendary rock band once more to wow the crowds at the 2013 iHeartRadio Music Festival.
Earlier this week, there were rumors that Adam Lambert's label RCA was pushing for his next album to be a collection of '80s songs. Looks like that rumor was true -- and it's now caused Lambert to part ways with the company.
The rumors are true -- just not the rumors you were thinking.
Though there were rumblings that Adam Lambert would return to Fox as a possible 'American Idol' judge, it turns out he has another contract with the network: He's going to be on 'Glee.'
Adam Lambert is planning his next album (the first since 2012's 'Trespassing'), and if his label has anything to do with it, you shouldn't expect to hear much original material -- because the higher-ups at RCA would like him to do a full record of '80s covers. Maybe because he's so damn good at them.
"Adam, dude, if you wanted to do new stuff you probably shouldn't sing Tears for Fears songs
Adam Lambert took to the stage at Hollywood's Playhouse club on July 3 for an event sponsored by AT&T's Live Proud campaign in support of the Trevor Project (an initiative focusing on crisis and suicide prevention in the LGBT community).
Some babies cry pretty much all the time like a shrieking siren of doom -- except apparently when Adam Lambert is rocking them to sleep with his voice. And he doesn't even need to be in the room to do it.
After giving a thorough and thoughtful interview to promote his upcoming performance at the 2013 Pittsburgh Pride festival, Adam Lambert took the stage at Pride in the Street (June 15). And brought a bit of confusion along with him.
As part of Pittsburgh Pride Week, Adam Lambert will be the headliner for the city's "Pride in the Street Festival" on Saturday, June 15. And in a new interview with a local radio station, he proved yet again that he's a humble, all-around nice guy who just strives to use his celebrity standing for good.
Adam Lambert, a self-proclaimed "Joan Ranger," was on E!'s 'Fashion Police' last night (June 10) competing in a contest to take Joan Rivers out on a belated birthday date. And surprise, surprise, he won.
Granted his competition was Gilbert Gottfried and basketball player Darius Morris -- so he kinda had this in the bag.
On Tuesday night (May 28), 'The Voice' mentor Adam Levine saw two of his team's contestants voted off the show by viewers, causing him to mutter "I hate this country" -- something that caused a major ish-storm when it was picked up by microphones.
In response to this, former 'American Idol' contestant (and current judge hopeful) Adam Lambert -- whose name is often confused with Levine's