November 15, 2009
Hats off to Jay L. Clendenin for his photo of a seated Adam Lambert with Ann Powers' piece. Adam has been photographed by some of the most highly sought after photographers, yet Clendenin has captured his charm and sex appeal better than any of them. Toni Carroll Russell, Ky.
November 8, 2009 |
Kicking off another typical seven-day work week in the offices of his management company 19 Entertainment, Adam Lambert fixed his gaze on his own pretty face. Scattered across his publicist's desk were proof sheets from a photo session with the singer, who will release his debut album on RCA Records, "For Your Entertainment," Nov. 23. The shots captured Lambert in typical glam-god poses: peacock, street tough, space oddity, freaky adventurer in the boudoir of the damned. Lambert, who in person is none of those things but rather a startlingly grounded 27-year-old radiating Southern Californian optimism, took up a red pencil and circled a frame.
October 28, 2009 |
Dancers outfitted in crystal jumpsuits dangled from oversized outdoor chandeliers. Silver-gloved fans sang along to "Billy Jean" and "The Way You Make Me Feel." The time was finally here. This was it. Celebrities such as Jennifer Lopez, Paula Abdul, Adam Lambert and JC Chasez gathered at the Nokia Theatre in downtown Los Angeles on Tuesday for the world premiere of "Michael Jackson's This Is It," the highly anticipated feature-length documentary detailing the late pop idol's planned comeback concerts.
July 23, 2009 |
Tonight's "So You Think You Can Dance" celebrates the dance competition's 100th episode, a fact that executive producer and judge Nigel Lythgoe is still digesting. "Who would've thought?" said Lythgoe in an interview this week. "When [co-creator] Simon Fuller said, 'We've been successful with 'American Idol,' do you think this would work with dancing?' I said, 'No!' " After this season, its fifth, ends early next month, Fox will be, for the first time, segueing directly into a fall run.
June 10, 2009 |
The days of "don't ask, don't tell" are over for Adam Lambert. Rolling Stone magazine has posted a preview of the cover story in which Lambert unabashedly confirms his homosexuality, and the excerpts online indicate that, from this day forward, this season's groundbreaking "Idol" expects the media and his fans to accept him for who he is, with neither scandalized whispers nor rainbow flag-waving rallies of support.