Adam Lambert covers Entertainment Weekly after he was named as the most exciting American Idol contestant in years.
The magazine wrote: â€œWith his mop of glam-rock cobalt-blue-on-dyed-black hair, his hearing, his sneering, and his unambiguously ambiguous sexuality, Adam would have probably been brushed off early on. And there was also a time, more recently, when Adam would have made it to Hollywood but been dismissed as â€˜too Broadwayâ€™ or â€˜too musical theater.â€™â€
Though Adam is widely assumed to be gay, the most we should tell EW about the public scrutiny is: â€œI know who I am. Iâ€™m an honest guy, and Iâ€™m just going to keep singing.â€