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09:41 | 25th April 2017

Entertainment News: News

Wed 24 Feb, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


I just died when I heard it, I was crying with laughter. It was the most horrendous, sacrilegious treatment of that song

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Adam Lambert has lashed out at fellow reality TV star Susan Boyle after she trumped him in the album chart sales.

Su-Bo, from Britain’s Got Talent, smashed fellow star Lambert as they battled it out for the number one spot in the album chart. Lamberts album, For Your Entertainment, only sold 200,000 copies in its first week whereas Su-Bo smashed sales records for her album – I Dreamed A Dream.

Lambert was not one of those consumers who helped push the Scottish lass to the top though.

The Amercian Idol star called her material laughable in an interview with Gay Times, he said "If only it weren't for Susan Boyle! I'm happy for her success, but that album is terrible. "Wild Horses" is the one that made me laugh the hardest. I just died when I heard it, I was crying with laughter. It was the most horrendous, sacrilegious treatment of that song!
"Still, when my album charted, it was validating. I was feeling a bit attacked, like I had to vindicate something. I thought: 'Wow, look what I did.”
Talking about the moment he shocked the nation with is onscreen kiss with a fellow male band member at the American Music Awards, the star said "In my circle, and in a lot of the underground clubs and performance spaces in Los Angeles nobody thinks twice about it, they love it. Then I gave what I thought was a harmless performance and everybody jumps down my throat about it. And I'm like, 'Sorry, I didn't realize it was going to be that big a deal.'"

Get the latest issue of Gay Times for the full interview.

 

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