Monday, November 23, 2009

More on Adam Lambert

This from

We headed to New York's Times Square on Monday (November 23) to find out what fans thought of the edgy performance.

Lindsay, 16, a longtime Lambert fan, said she enjoyed the AMA routine. "I just liked the dancers and everything," she said. "I thought it was really good."

First of all, Lambert has only been around on the public scene since January when this season's American Idol premiered. So now a 16-year old kid who's been a fan of some other kid for, like, 10 months now is considered a longtime fan. So by extension that means that Lambert has been around a long time and is, in all reality, damn near the Grandfather of Pop. ONe word: twit.

Jaquita, 18, applauded the use of props. "I really liked all the chains," she said.

Um, yeah...

And finally, from the Degenerate in Chief himself on the performance, to Rolling Stone:
"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."

Keep it in the gay clubs, you little no talent freak. Prime Time TV, when kids are still watching, isn't the place for your debauchery. Even Madonna never tried to pull this bullcrap, although she came close with Britney Spears a few years ago.

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