It’s good to know that the more than five hundred FCC complaints (apparently several with some NSFW language) dug up by The Smoking Gun hasn’t made Adam Lambert camera shy.
Rumors of his next TV appearance have been flooding the fantopia and Lambert has taken to Twitter to settle the chatter.
The bad news first: MTV reported in November of last year that ‘Glee‘s’ co-creator Ryan Murphy said they were in negotiations with the singer regarding a guest spot. Yet, even though the show’s lead songstress Lea Michele has pleaded publicly for “Glambert” to appear on the hit Fox show, the “American Idol” runner-up tweeted this:
It would seem like a perfect fit for the guy with a voice that could match Lea Michele’s belting. It’s rumored that if he did accept the offer, Lambert would play the much-needed gay mentor to Kurt (played by Chris Colfer). What could have gone wrong in the negotiations? Sorry, gleeks.
Now, the good news: It’s really not a shocker. Speculation that “The Oprah Winfrey Show” has approached Adam Lambert to guest has also been circulating. Reportedly, the show has not officially announced an offer, but “Glamberace” scooped them by tweeting:
Duh. Who says no to Oprah?
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