Adam Lambert’s Fighting Words With A Magazine

Adam Lambert, who graces the cover of Out magazine this month, was a center of the open letter of editor-in-chief Aaron Hicklin but the singer came up with his own fighting words.

In the letter, the editor-in-chief dished that “Out” was considered too gay for Adam as well as the issue of Adam’s record sales. He added that their magazine cover is a group shot that includes a straight woman that your team would allow you to be photographed at all.

The journalist, who interviewed Adam, dished that he was cautioned against making the interview ‘too gay.’ But Adam responded that it’s def not that deep. He thought that perhaps they should refrain from projecting their publications’ agenda onto his career.



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  • Daisy

    Is it possible to attach a full version of Out magazine’s editor-in-chief Aaron Hicklin’s open letter to Adam Lambert here? The letter showed how unprofessional Aaron Hicklin is. If Aaron had issues with Adam’s magazine cover and interview, he should have addressed those issues with Adam’s management/handlers, but not Adam. Adam is a new artist and is under a recording contract, and he cannot fire his management/handlers (who had put a lot of control in that Out magazine cover and interview).
    Adam was absolutely right to fight back.