Adam Lambert has never been very private. When Adam was asked if he was gay, he went ahead and said that he was on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine. When he had his E! True Hollywood Story he gave TMI, and when he gets annoyed, he Tweets about it, so leave it to Adam to be honest about his relationship with Sauli Koskinen instead of saying 'I DON'T WANT TO TALK ABOUT THAT!'
Lambert tells The Associated Press: "I fell in love, which is great. I have an amazing relationship." Adam also explains why it's difficult to date when you're a celebrity.
"Dating while famous is a different animal. It's a different set of challenges. It makes you potentially more desirable to this, that and the other person, but you also have to deal with, "Does this person have ulterior motives? What is the real reason for the attraction?" … For someone like me who thinks far too much and is neurotic, that can get a little maddening after a while."
Adam on "The Voice" and "The X Factor": I think that it's great that there are shows out there giving people that platform. It's really difficult to make it in the music industry. These shows are great because they show what the person is capable of and their journey and process of becoming an artist. … I think the difficult thing is the transition between TV competition series and going into the actual music industry. There still seems to be a slight disconnect there. Hopefully, they're fixing that.
On tying visual concepts to his songs: Being on stage is part of what makes me tick and is my inspiration. When I created a lot of these songs, I would think of the visuals in my head: "How would I stage this? What would the music video look like? What would I wear? What colors are going on? What things are happening?" I'm a very visual person. Some people create a soundtrack in their head, but I create a movie in my head to my soundtrack.
Adam's debut album debut at no.3 on the Billboard Music Charts. Trespassing comes out TOMORROW! Go get yours.
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