Leather-pants lovin' Adam Lambert 's scoring magazine covers even before winning American Idol which we're certain is a sure thing at this point , but it's the makeup'd man's sexual preference that are getting more buzz than his vocal chops. Ad's keeping mum on whether he's gay or not, to frustrate all of Miss Cali 's compadres watching, probably. I am who I am," he's said—but we've heard the relationship status about pretty much every other contestant, while Ad's backstory is mysteriously missing. Hey, cheers for the dude not willing to finagle for first place! So what would happen if Adam Lambert was out and proud on Idol?
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Was The American Idol Result Really A “Gay vs Christian” Thing? Hardly.
Was The American Idol Result Really A "Gay vs Christian" Thing? Hardly. - Gospel Soundcheck
Fans and celebrities are still coming to grips with the fact that Adam Lambert is not the American Idol. While Kris Allen is clearly an impressive talent, it's hard for critics not to wonder about the basis for his victory; namely, did it have anything to do with Lambert's presumed homosexuality? Did Adam Lambert's sexual orientation cost him the American Idol crown? Yes, he was clearly the best singer! No, Kris Allen deserved the title! Adam Lambert is gay?!? Brooke White's tears come from the authentic, good soul that she is.
Did 'American Idol' Want Just Sam to Keep Her Sexuality a Secret?
Everyone, from the judges to Google to Yahoo to the Vegas odds makers, predicted a Lambert victory. They were right, and everyone knows it. In the end homophobia won, and everyone knows it. Yes, homophobia is alive and well, which is why Lambert lost the ultimate title. Go ahead -- give me another reason.
The sniping between "The Voice" and "American Idol" was pretty tame this spring when both shows were vying for eyeballs. But now that the singing competitions are off the air, "Voice" coach Adam Levine has taken the gloves off and taken a swing at "Idol" over its treatment of gay contestants. In an interview with the gay publication Out magazine, Levine spoke of how he thinks the Fox show has dealt with gay competitors in the past. You can't be publicly gay?