Last time we checked in on Adam Lambert, he got hit by a dildo during a concert. Well, it seems as if he stowed that dildo in his action slacks before hitting the stage at the American Music Awards, because his bulge was so big and glittery that its sparkle blinded several children watching at home.
Before his performance at the AMA, a bit of scandal surrounded the young singer’s appearance on the cover of OUT magazine. Basically, OUT’s editor said Adam’s handlers didn’t want him to appear too gay. Well, no need to worry about that any longer, Mr. Editor, because after Lambert’s tonguing, thrusting, and gyrating at the AMA, no one’s ever gonna look at him and think he’s straight ever again ever.
Thanks to QCommenter Doug for digging up what may be the last YouTube video of Lambert’s performance. Get it while it’s hot because now that we’ve posted it, ol’ Dick Clark will probably hunt it down and squash it soon, the jerk.
Adam’s dildo-fueled antics apparently made a few parents simultaneously queasy and horny as well, because 1,500 of them complained to the network about his performance being “tasteless and vulgar.” We agree, but we like tasteless and vulgar things like this.
Sadly, his dry humping and faux-fisting of dancers cost him a gig on the daily dry heave known as Good Morning America where he hoped to camerahump boygirls for millions of bleary-eyed 9-to-5ers. His gayness cost him American Idol and now it’s cost him Chode Mourning America. If we’re not careful, the boy will move to Europe. Amid the media uproar, Lambert responded by saying:
It’s a shame because I think that there’s a double standard going on in the entertainment community right now. Female performers have been doing this for years—pushing the envelope about sexuality—and the minute a man does it, everybody freaks out. We’re in 2009; it’s time to take risks, be a little more brave, time to open people’s eyes and if it offends them, then maybe I’m not for them. My goal was not to piss people off, it was to promote freedom of expression and artistic freedom.” If ABC opts not to broadcast several of the more risqué moments of “For Your Entertainment” in a few moments, “In a roundabout way it’s a form of discrimination because it is a double standard,” Lambert says.
We have posted the original AMA performance for you, but they may soon yank the piece off the web. So instead, you’ll have to yank your piece to the pics above and the video below of the song he sang, For Your Entertainment.
Via Sticky. Thanks to Unzipped for the pics.