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Lambert: You won’t see me on Tinder

Published 06/06/2015

Adam Lambert
Adam Lambert

Adam Lambert says he needs to “flirt in real-life” in order to determine whether any chemistry exists between himself and a potential lover.

The 33-year-old If I Had You singer is currently single and ready to mingle.

However, Adam is not willing to find a romantic partner via computerised means.

“I can’t do dating apps,” he told UK newspaper The Mirror. “The magic happens for me when you flirt in real-life. Once I’ve had a few tequilas, I’m a good flirt.”

Adam recently revealed he slept with a few closeted Hollywood actors in the past.

But he insists his previous love conquests were not big-name celebrities.

“I dated some actors but they weren’t famous. In my single Ghost Town I’m referring to how LA and the industry can really take its toll,” Adam explained. “Actors and entertainers can’t be open about their sexuality and it’s hard to live that life. It’s difficult to date someone who’s so worried about their reputation.

“I don’t think I could date anyone in the closet again.”

The singer is currently on break from his Queen + Adam Lambert Tour 2014–2015, which kicked off in June of last year.

He absolutely loves touring with the iconic rock band, but the star admits the Queen rockers often outdo him when it comes to partying.

“Roger Taylor is more of a party animal than me but the boys were great,” Adam smiled.

“Brian May can get into the wine too. I got to go on their private plane, which was exciting.

“They would tell me good stories about their glory days. They had some fun in the early 80s.”

Adam is currently promoting his new album The Original High, which is due for release on June 12.

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