Adam Lambert talks about what his life has been like in the three years since he first competed on American Idol in this new interview for The F Word. Specially, Adam describes what it’s been like getting accustomed to fame, including losing his privacy, suddenly being viewed as a role model for the LGBT community and the struggle to control his image.
Near the end of the interview, Adam talks about meeting American Idol fans in the street who say things like “Oh we loved you! Like it’s past tense–like I’m dead.” It’s a fascinating look at what it’s like to achieve and manage instant fame.
Watch the interview below