Adam Lambert was an adorable little kid, as you’ll see when the singer describes his theatrical childhood on Monday’s The Talk. Adam had been acting out parts–all the characters in Sleeping Beauty for instance–since he was a wee little kid! “I’ve always been kind of precocious and over the top,” Adam shared.
Somebody almost needed to hold back co-host, Sheryl Underwood! “You are gorgeous!” She gushed, “You have the prettiest eyes! You are just gorgeous.” Adam replied, “Aw, so are you!” as the audience shrieked a little. Getting that out of the way, the questions turned, oddly enough, to the time after high school he spent 10 months working on a cruise ship. “That was weird,” Adam admitted.
Adam also said that fronting the legendary rock band, Queen, was intimidating at first. But when he performed with the band at the iHeartMusic festival a few years ago, there was a shift, and after that night they got “all kinds of offers.” Queen + Adam Lambert will head to South America this fall.
The discussion shifted to the singer’s long awaited 3rd album, The Original High, which, Adam said, was more grounded, and less theatrical than his prior work. “There’s something for everybody on there,” Adam said. “I’m really proud of it.”
After a break, Adam returned to perform his single, “Ghost Town.”