and you should be proud of yourself, and you should own who you are and
what you're about, and never make apologies for it."
And to those who speculate about his sexuality, Adam Lambert tells People, "Calm down," and "keep speculating."
He hopes his unique, often Glam Rock-inspired style — eyeliner, spiky dyed black hair, skintight pants — will inspire others.
is not cool," he adds. "Embracing who you are and what makes you
different is actually what's really cool. … The kids that are
different and out there and expressive and are bold with those choices,
those are the people that grow up to be people we all want to hang out
with, that become celebrities or become really successful in what they
do because they believe in who they are."
As to whether he will ever open up about his personal sexuality, he just says "Maybe."
Is it just us or wouldn't he talk about this issue if he was really all that comfortable with who he is?
I mean, look at Lady Gaga. She's talking openly about her bisexuality.
Does she have more guts, than Adam? Or he is just making sure his audience remains broad?
What do you think?
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