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Flash Back! Just Because: Adam Lambert Brought His Fabulousness To Las Vegas, The World Rejoiced

Filed Under () by Admin Fan on Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Posted at : Wednesday, November 30, 2016


Adam Lambert spent his weekend hitting the stage at The Joint at the Hard Rock Cafe Hotel in Las Vegas. Adam, how come you didn’t hold off on performing in Vegas until I go there later this month? I would have really appreciated that. But I guess he’ll be busy doing other things, like making everyone in Singapore happy that he gets to perform there.


Adam Lambert Brought His Fabulousness To Las Vegas, The World Rejoiced

Posted by @Admin Fan for ADAM LAMBERT 24/7 NEWS


Lam-My said...

QAL Singapore Padang concert 80,000 turnout 2016

Las Vegas Apr 2, 2016 - Uploaded by TALCvids
'The Original High Tour' Adam Lambert

Lam-My said...

Crazy Little Thing Called Love ...
City Hall Dome must have enjoyed Adam's shaking his God-given bon-bon...lwl!
A drastic collision of two vast time zones, so close yet so far apart; but same vibrancy.

Sep 17, 2016 - Uploaded by violetglitz
Queen + Adam Lambert Asian Tour - Singapore.

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Lam-My said...

They came they saw they conquered
Adam and Queen at the 2016 Grand Prix concert
Blowing kisses at the 80,000 strong
A sea of humanity the Singapore throng
With spontaneity his powerful vocals
Roll out… Adam! Adam! they shout
Rufus’ base drums booom booom
Under the shimmering full moon
Adam cheekily challenges the crowd
To follow his high notes
You can do better than that, Singapore!
He tries again and conducts... toooooh!
Across the road…City Hall Dome evokes
A spectacular WW2 tragedy...
As Grand Prix Racers thrash tyres in ecstasy
Adam and Queen bring to a close a night of rhapsody!

Lam-My said...

Uploaded by violetglitz
Queen + Adam Lambert - The Show Must Go On - Bangkok, 30 Sep 2016.

Sawatdika ! Adam and Queen in Bangkok.

This Thai verbal greeting is followed by 'ka' when spoken by a female and by 'kup' when spoken by a male person.