Exclusive: Adam Lambert Premieres Blood Diamonds' Remix of 'Ghost Town'"A lot of us go through life trying to re-create something that has already happened, and that causes us to run around in circles chasing our tail," Lambert says softly.
It felt forced."Announcing his split from the label in July 2013 -- just three months after he broke up with his boyfriend of three years, Finnish reality star Sauli Koskinen -- was "scary," recalls Lambert. What's the expression -- in a boat without a paddle?
" Just as frightening were visions of being another forgotten grad. "I felt unsettled, disenchanted."Adam Lambert Smolders in 'Ghost Town' Music Video: Watch He didn't have to feel that way for long. contacted him the next day, and he eventually signed with the label.
Tags: adam lambert, boyfriend, christmas, holiday, lax, paparazzi, sauli koskinen, violent Adam Lambert on Who Say Guess these two are back on track!
Adam Lambert and his boyfriend Sauli Koskinen were both arrested on Thursday after drunkenly getting into a brawl with each other outside of a gay bar in Helsinki, Finland, but it appears that the two are now sober - or at least less drunk - and all smiles, given the photo the rocker uploaded to Twitter last night!
Although, there might be some uncertainty about what will happen now with his role since Cory Monteith's unexpected passing this weekend.
We hear there's plenty to figure out about how to move forward with the show because of the tragedy. " That seems to be the theme of Adam Lambert's 2012 resolution…
There might not be any hand-holding going on here, but those smiles prove they're definitely in damn good spirits.
And why shouldn't Adam be feeling this happy what with landing a spot on next season!
That same year, he entered a new phase in his career, as touring frontman for Queen.
A strange gig for a young pop star, sure, but one that felt "fated," says Lambert -- he auditioned for with "Bohemian Rhapsody."Exclusive: Adam Lambert Signs New Major Label Deal, Max Martin to Executive Produce Album Those were the good times.
"I wanted something more internal and grounded -- a little bit less with the theatrical, the camp, the presentation," says Lambert.