Headlines: Adam Lambert on Being Himself, Carrie Underwood Son First Concert

Adam Lambert: ‘Now there’s an audience for me being exactly who I am – “No one gives you an instruction guide on how to be a queer celebrity,” he says. “Ten years ago, it wasn’t a lane that was really that clear. I’d been in the arts, in LA, my whole adult life at that point, so [my sexuality] wasn’t an issue,” he says. “Then all of a sudden, I was like: ‘Oh shit, this is what homophobia is.’ It was a wake-up call for me. It was sad.” – Read more at The Guardian

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Carrie Underwood’s Son Isaiah – His First Concert

Carrie holds her son Isaiah before she takes the stage at the Hard Rock in Atlantic City. It was his first time at one of mommy’s concerts.


This was about 30 seconds before I went on stage tonight…??? @hardrockhcac

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Adam Lambert: My first concert – Queen frontman and “American Idol” icon Adam Lambert talks about the first concert he ever attended… it featured a cartoon cat. – See the video at USAToday

Lauren Alaina’s Step Father is Battling Cancer

Lauren Alaina shares that her step father is battling cancer. There’s a GoFundMe set up.


I have been seeing a lot of you posting and asking about what is going on with my step-dad and how you can help. I am not one to ask for anything, but you guys have consistently been reaching out. His story and what our family has been dealing with is written on his go fund me page. The link is in my bio. He is fighting harder than I thought was possible. He is the strongest person I know. Cancer doesn’t discriminate. It doesn’t care if you’re two or 80 years old. It doesn’t care if you’re a perfectly healthy 47 year old step-father, husband, and grandfather who eats healthily and runs 6 miles a day. It can happen to anyone. To the families and people who have been affected by this horrible disease or any disease, my family has felt the pain you’ve felt for the last four months. We are praying for you. We love you, and we are so thankful for all of the love coming our way. Ps: I chose this picture because of how happy that trophy made him. We found out I won New Female Vocalist of the Year at the @acmawards the same week we found out he has cancer. We made sure he and my mom were there for the award show. That trophy is my very favorite thing I’ve ever gotten. It brought so much happiness in a week of sadness. That’s how God works.

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Q&A: After TV stardom, Fair St. Louis performer Danielle Bradbery finds her voice – Q • How did you respond to rapid fame after “The Voice”? A • It was really crazy and overwhelming at first — especially since I was only 16. That being said, getting to meet everyone and working with my coach, Blake Shelton, was really exciting. It was a whirlwind and definitely a blessing. Read more at ST Today

Brody Ray on His Emotional ‘America’s Got Talent’ Audition: ‘It Was So Validating for Me’ – think what really drew me in was the fact that they take the time to focus on the individual and the act by itself. They kind of take their time, and they work with the story and who you are. They can get into more details about your life and the things that went on to lead you where you are that day. It’s more of a variety show. You’ve got all of these sorts of people for all of these different acts, so you’re not all competing for the same act. – Read more at Billboard

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