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Adam Lambert: I've had A-list conquests

Published 27/04/2015

Adam Lambert
Adam Lambert

Adam Lambert has slept with famous A-list stars, but won't name names.

The US singer, who shot to fame on American Idol in 2009, has opened up to Glamour magazine about his past conquests. While he didn't name names, he did tease the fact that he'd slept with household stars that claim to be straight.

"I’ve been with a few of them,” Adam told the publication. “Whether it’s music or acting, you’ve got to remember that those industries are primarily run by men, so maybe it’s about that.

“But with women being the primary moviegoers and record-buyers, surely it shouldn’t matter so much?”

Adam has never hidden his sexuality. Despite being openly gay, the 33-year-old admits to experimenting with women in recent years.

"I think women are beautiful - and I always notice when girls smell really good. Like most gay men, I'm drawn to really confident women... I have slept with a woman before. I did it for the first time when I was 29. It was a random thing but I was very curious. It felt great," he smiled.

Alongside his own successful solo career, Adam is also a part-time Freddie Mercury stand in. He plays with legendary British group Queen and recently completed a series of shows with them.

He's also joined forces with Queen guitarist Brian May on a new track from his album The Original High, which hits shelves on June 12.

"For the Queen fans out there that saw the tour, Brian May is on one of the [new album's] tracks, playing guitar on a song called Lucy. I played him the demo and he was like 'Oh, I love this, I have some ideas.' So he came in with all this great stuff to contribute. It was really exciting," he recently said.

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