Headlines: Adam Lambert Not Chasing Singles, Cassadee Pope USO Show

Adam Lambert talks frustration with “playing the Top 40 game” and his new Prince-inspired album Velvet – In the latest episode of our podcast Official Charts: Take The Hit, Adam explained: “The traditional playbook for a releasing a new album is you lead with the song which is your biggest and boldest and craziest. I’ve rejected that formula this time because we’re in 2019 and the rules are sort of out the window. “I n the latest episode of our Official Charts: Take The Hit podcast Adam talks about his ongoing world tour with Queen, reveals the one big regret in his career so far, and tells us when he last told someone to f**k off (!).decided to trust my instincts and not make it as much about the game and the hustle and singles.” – Read more at Official Charts

The Voice Season 3 Winner Cassadee Pope Returns from USO Trip

“Got to travel to Germany, Kosovo, Kuwait, Djibouti & an undisclosed location to thank our military for their service,” writes Cassadee. “AND put on a kickass variety show for them. AND ended it with a beautiful afternoon in Spain! Thanks @theuso & @ChiefNGB for such an amazing trip.”

‘The Voice’ Coach Blake Shelton On Adam Levine: “We All Knew He Was Ready To Make A Move” – “By the time I found out what was going on, which was only about 12 hours before the announcement, they had already reached out to Gwen’s camp and said, ‘Look, Adam’s decided he’s gonna move on, we’re ready for Gwen if she’s in,’” Shelton said. “I’m like, trying to get in the middle of this, literally, I got on the phone with one of the NBC executives, and I was saying, ‘Hey man, if Adam’s gonna do this, we have got to-‘ and before I could even finish my sentence, she said, ‘Blake, it’s done. What are you doing?’ And I went, ‘Oh, okay. Perfect!’” – Read more at Deadline

Dancer With Down Syndrome Talks About Her Inspiring SYTYCD Audition: ‘Reach for the Stars!’ – When Phoebe Kochis first watched an episode of So You Think You Can Dance, she told her mom “I’m going to go on that show.” Kochis, 19, has been a dancer for the past 16 years, and that dream began when she was just five. However, because she has Down syndrome, those dreams were often doubted. “We were told when she was born not to get our hopes up and not to expect much,” Phoebe’s mother, Jeanie Kochis, tells PEOPLE. “She would never do normal things like ride a bike or potty train, even.” – Read more at People

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