Woops, nobody want to say anything here? Don't be so sure, with the medical technology nowadays, anything can happen, nothing is 100%. Just saying.
I'm not so sure my vote will count since I'm voting from a 44 year age difference. My designs on him are maternal or perhaps grandmaternal.I admire him as a beautiful talented work of art, but I fell in love with his personality. He's so much like my one and only grandson (who is also perfect) that I selfishly want to add him to my family......I also want Neil!...JAK
Besides Adam's countless other attributes, I love his honesty and fearlessness. Closet-dwelling is not sexy.
Ricky has made some very powerful and compelling statements in his media tour for his new single recently... his journey of personal liberation was just that, personal, and I don't begrudge him doing things on his own timetable (even if it was for business reasons, which I'm not saying it was), and I don't think we need to call him a closet-dweller, even if it was done so with no malice. "all you need is love, love..."
Whose lame idea was this? Sorry saying it how it is. This is a non-issue. Even I have boundaries I know not to cross.
I love them both... <3
I like Ricky Martin too. I Don't Care, La Bomba, Nobody Wants to Be Lonely (without Christina)..
i love them both but Ricky wins by default because i've had a crush on him since i was 13 and saw him perform with Menudo.
Adam by leaps and bounds!
This is not even a contest - Adam Lambert without question. Adam needs to satisfy his bi-curious self - which Ricky has probably done long ago. As Adam says - you never know what the future holds !!
Haaaaaaaa, who remembers Ricky Martin in General Hospital with his long curls? I had such a crush.Ohhhhhhh, Adam's first pic with longer hair at the Bardot, sitting next to can't-remember-his-name... mmmm...slurp...Yet, the pants Ricky wore at the grammys were a no-no... But then again, that leather poncho on Adam was horrendous...So let's see... Think hard, parisiangirl, think hard... I'll have to go with Adam. Dresses better, has blue-eyes, has sexier moves than Ricky for MY taste. Smart, witty...Has a je-ne-sais-quoi that tickles my fancy.Settled. I picked Adam. When do I pick up my prize? I know I have no chance. Anyway,I just want him for his conversation ;-)
I wonder if Adam saw Tahiti dancers in Bora Bora..
I think both men are very sexy. Adam has an edge because of his innocense I think. Ricky grew up in my day and age and it wasn't so easy back then. Ricky is a great entertainer for sure and oozing with sexiness too. Adam has had to struggle to make his place because of his honest coming out. People are coming around thank goodness. I still ask myself why does it matter? Talent is talent period. The whole issue to this day still perplexes me and pains me.
Adam had the advantage of liberal parents, whereas Ricky had centuries of religious guilt weighing him down, I'm surprised he EVER came out. He says it was for his sons, brave guy.
Adam for sure, have never felt anything for Ricky Martin.
very very good point Anon 2:48PM March 10, thank you for making it. I hadn't thought of that, but you are right on
anon 9:29 Am I getting your meaning? Are you saying medical technology can change Adam into a straight man? Wow, that's way out there if you ask me. If it was possible, I'd be willing to bet that there would be few takers.
I think Adam deserves the chance to be with a woman if he so desires, imo.voted for Adam! K
I really think Adam wants to explore the female anatomy, but would take some heat for doing so! Ricky Martin pretty much does whomever he wants! where's George Michael? He hasn't been getting caught in bathroom stalls lately. GM tried to bed Brooke Shields and her mom put a stop to it.
Adam has made an honest coming out, but he's made honest comments on his interests in females as well. Ricky Martin always seemed like a horndog to me and ego made him think everyone wanted some of the little latin lover.
Adam Lambert probably knows all the tricks on how to please a woman and he claims he never has been with one. I say go for it!
I think Adam needs to stick his head up under a womans skirt just once.
I love our sexy gay God Adam sooo!Sanni-girl
I've always liked Ricky Martin and when La Vida Loca came out and he did it on the grammys,thought my tv screen would melt. He definitely can move. Next to Adam,he's in second place for me, but he's a beautiful man that does alot to put back in the world. He did a wonderful, touching interview on Oprah that gives good insight to his life. He loves his sons, has a partner that he loves and most importantly, no longer has to worry that someone will try to hurt him by outing him. It shouldn't have to be an issue for anyone. I'm happy for him. That said, Adam will always be #1 for me. Realistically, I'm with JAK, but take frequent time travels back to my fun-filled,exciting younger days, remembering the male attention! funbunn40
funbunn40JAK here, it was fun feeling that POWER you have as a pretty girl. I have an old trunk filled with newspaper clippings, magazine photos and sashes...Miss This...Miss That, My daughters used to clomp around in my silver heels and sashes.I remember after one sunburned endless parade on a Queens float the Chamber of Commerce rep. came up and introduced a man to me who wanted to offer me a job........In Las Vegas! I said, "I don't sing", he said "that's okay". I added "I don't dance" "that's okay, you can walk can't you?"he said, "show girls have to be tall".I was 5'11" but put an end to that conversation quickly and indignantly, I said "I'm a Sunday School teacher!" I felt terribly insulted.In 1955 Las Vegas was considered Sin City.That was my last "appearance" I ran for the safety of marriage to my beautiful sweet Airman First Class, married him and lived happily ever after.But, funbunn40, I DID LOVE THAT POWER!....JAK
OT..@ JAK, So funny you mentioned the word,"power". That was my maiden name! I also relate to the sashes,etc. I was runner-up for "Miss State Street" in the Chicago Santa Claus parade, but freezing my *ss off on that float. I also was offerred a job at Playboy as a recetionist, but would have had to relocate to New York and my dad would have been mortified, classy, conservative man that he was. I also wouldn't even consider it at the time, as it would have been frowned upon and my calling was nursing. I did have a very privileged life, meeting so many interesting, brilliant and world savvy people and dated some very exceptional men. I'm very grateful for all in my life, hard times as well as great ones. It's fun to look back. Adam re-ignited the spark that was such a part of me in earlier days. I'm still having the time of my life and can still, like MGF, dance my *ss off,not as fluid, butthe spirit still moves me! Have to get my grandaughter to teach me the "Dougie" while I'm still upright, but don't think it matters, because lokks like all the action is in the arms and I can still do it sitting down! funbunn40
Oops, fingers ahead of brain. Please excuse typos. funbunn40
JAK You always make me laugh. 50's ...........women had power. Grace Kelly. Maureen O'Hara, Susan Hayward, Lana Turner and the ultimate Joan Crawford.Those dames (no disrespect intended) were the Meryl Streeps, Cate Blanchetts, Susan Sarandons of today......Ahhhhhhhhhh, Susan Sarandon, if only I were straight!........By the way I agree with THE DARK SIDE this page is a lame idea,funbunn40....I'm sure Playboy's loss was nursing's gain...........Love to you all KW
KW -- it may have been a lame idea, but thanks to JAK & Funbunn40 and a few others it was a LOT of fun to read!You chicks are a riot. Images floated thru my head, lol.. JAK, 5'11?... Thought of the scene from that old movie..."Where the Boys Are" Connie Frances sang the title song...( always wanted to sing that) was it Ann Prentis got out of the little sports car and the camera shot her at an UP angle... T A L L!Annnyway, I agree with Funbunn40 about the TV screen w/ Ricky... WOW He was explosive! That was the 3rd HOLY knock your socks off performance in my career as a person. 1st (in order of appearance) and still one of all time best was ELVIS... red hot in his prime for the 68 special... in the leather suit--(ahh tapes are a wonderful thing) YIKES, and that beautiful performance of if "I Can Dream" in the white suit. STILL considered among the best LIVE performances ever... Hot, handsome, charismatic, spiritual and beautiful. (sound like anyone else we know?) 2. Michael Jackson-- "Billy Jean" when he performed it on tv and all the celebs in the audience went nuts dancing in the aisles (was bummed to later find out that was lip-synched)Not sexy, but a GREAT moment in entertainment history3. Ricky, wow... Funbunn gave an accurate description...Great & hot as hell.and now 4... already described in detail in other threads.. ADAM..."Ring of Fire" ALLL of the above, sexy, but a ground-breaking showstopping, incredible performance too.. WHAT a VOICE! ..and nice on the eyes.Oh yeah, the thread, Adam's got me now, that boy could turn on a doorknob! ... but boy Ricky had me for a long time... Jeez this was fun =)Cindy
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