Adam Lambert news just continues to grow and Adam does not disappoint. Just last night Adam Lambert was at the Avalon Club in Hollywood, supposedly being all doey-eyed over former love Drake Labry. Meanwhile Adam Lambert’s newest single “Whataya Want From Me” continues to climb the music charts.
The story is that Adam Lambert and Drake Labry, who amicably split up their relationship last November so that Adam could focus on his music, were together at the Avalon Club last night. Reported by E!, not only were they together but while sitting at a private table they couldn’t keep their hands off of each other.
I think that is pretty understandable form a Drake Labry perspective. I mean, Adam Lambert is gorgeous and all hunky, if I had half-a-chance I wouldn’t keep my hands off of him either. But I digress from the Adam Lambert news.
Supposedly Adam Lambert could barely take his eyes off of Drake last night. Well any thoughts of an Adam Lambert and Drake Labry reconciliation were crushed when Adam Lambert, having heard the possible re-romance rumors tweeted, “Oh jeez. More rumor mill: Drake and I are not back together. We have allowed a great friendship to grow since our split.”
So the reports of a possible Adam Lambert romance are not true. Wouldn’t it be great to see young Adam Lambert deeply in love with someone? The coverage and the stories would be amazing to watch.
But if there isn’t romance in Adam Lambert’s life there is certainly music. His latest single, “Whataya Want From Me,” has risen to number fifty-five on the Hot 100 Billboard Charts. Adam Lambert co-wrote the hit song with Pink last year after he was runner-up on American Idol.
You’ve probably seen Adam Lambert all over the television screen promoting the song and singing it on Oprah, So You Think You Can Dance, The Jay Leno Show and the CBS Morning Show.
You’ll remember that Adam Lambert sang that song on the CBS Early Show after ABC dumped his from their schedule after the supposedly raunchy performance at the American Music Awards. ABC may have black-balled Adam Lambert for a while, but that didn’t hurt his early career any.
Adam is having a great 2010, having rang it in at Los Angeles Gridlock New Year’s Eve, he has a hit song on the top 100 Billboard Charts, a killer album “For Your Entertainment”, and great looking friends like Drake Labry. I’d say it’s a pretty good year so far for Adam Lambert.