Adam Lambert has admitted that he is NOT sad when found out about the cancellation of “American Idol.” Read On!
Adam Lambert rose to fame when he joined “American Idol” in 2009. Even though he didn’t won the title, he became the show’s one of the biggest and most successful singers ever discovered apart from Jennifer Hudson, Kelly Clarkson and Carrie Underwood.
According to Unreality TV, Lambert’s connection to the long-time running singing competition was not just a mere former contestant, he also performed and became a mentor for the show and acted as a guest judge. However, even though “American Idol” has a big part in his success, Lambert doesn’t feel sorry for the show’s cancellation instead he feels more grateful for the show’s help in his career.
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Lambert said that he is a bit indifferent with the situation but he also recognize the debt he owe to the show.
“No, I’m not sad [it’s coming to an end], I’m indifferent. Im very grateful for the show – I owe the show my career at this point. I don’t know if I’d be where I am without it. And they’re good people.” –Digital Spy
“American Idol’s” cancellation was announced by FOX last May 11, 2015—the singing competition stars, Jennifer Lopez, Ryan Seacrest, Harry Connick Jr. and Keith Urban are all set to make their final curtain call after Season 15.
On the other hand, Lambert also opened up about his admiration for Robbie Williams when he found out about the singer’s comment about him.
He told Digital Spy that: “I’ve heard Robbie’s comments, it was very sweet of him. I’m a fan of Robbie, I think he’s really cool.”
Meanwhile, in his interview with The Sun via The Hamilton Spectator, Lambert said, “I was really flattered by that, I was surprised he even knew who I was. He’s amazing and I actually read his biography years ago.”
Adam Lambert went on by saying that he would love to do a collaboration with Williams.
“…he’s stunning and he’s got the most amazing voice. I should sing something with him.”
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