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Topic - Adam Lambert
Fresh off re-election, Vice President Joseph R. Biden will appear on the NBC sitcom "Parks and Recreation" on Thursday.
"VH1 Divas" will be getting some testosterone this year: Adam Lambert is joining in.
Mariah Carey, Celine Dion and Mary J. Blige are among the heady names being tossed around as potential judges for "American Idol" after Steven Tyler and Jennifer Lopez skipped out on next season.
Jennifer Lopez followed Steven Tyler's lead off "American Idol" on Friday, a one-two punch for a show on the brink of an adolescent identity crisis.
Adam Lambert may not have won "American Idol," but he's one of the best vocalists to emerge from the show in at least five years, with a range as broad as the Appalachians and a tone that sounds like Freddie Mercury's Broadway-trained cousin after a night of heavy drinking.
Adam Lambert isn't coming off "American Idol" or a racy American Music Awards performance, nor is he declaring his sexuality in Rolling Stone or posing with a nude model in Details magazine.
When Lady Gaga launches her hotly anticipated "Born This Way Ball" world tour Friday on what is expected to be an elaborate castle-like stage, fans in Asia will be the first to see it.
When Lady Gaga launches her hotly anticipated "Born This Way Ball" world tour Friday on what is expected to be an elaborate castlelike stage, fans in Asia will be the first to see it.
Former "American Idol" singer Adam Lambert is joining landmark rock band Queen for one concert this summer, at Sonisphere 2012.
Adam Lambert has nabbed his dream gig: Singing vocals for the iconic British band Queen as they headline the second day of the U.K. rock festival Sonisphere 2012.
Last week, we brought you the best albums of 2011. This time, we're ringing in the new year by looking forward. Here's a rundown of several albums scheduled for release in 2012.
Finnish police say they detained Adam Lambert after he assaulted people who tried to break up a fight between the former "American Idol" star and his boyfriend in downtown Helsinki.
It wasn't exactly advertised, but the first episode of "X Factor" to offer the public a chance to be heard brought in "around 10 million" votes, according to Simon Cowell.
The "American Idol" contest between teenage country crooners Lauren Alaina and Scotty McCreery drew a record 122 million-plus votes, host Ryan Seacrest said during Wednesday's finale.
"American Idol" voters apparently stopped believin' in James Durbin.
Mr. Lambert said in a statement Thursday the show will be "the most fabulous concert of the year."
That's `if,' because nothing's been asked yet," he said, adding that he'd enjoy being a panelist who could "help other artists reach their dreams."