Adam Lambert creates 'Fever' at the GLAAD Awards!
Adam Lambert heated things up at the 21st annual GLAAD Awards on Saturday (Apr. 17) with an arousing rendition of "Fever."
Before the show, Adam told The Dish Rag that there are "challenges to being gay in the music industry" and that he's been told that he's the first artist signed to a major record label that was already openly gay.
So he's certainly doing his bit to raise awareness. And at the end of his performance, Lambert tells the audience, "My mission, as all of our mission should be this year, is not only to promote visibility within the gay and lesbian community but also to promote diversity within the gay and lesbian community."
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