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Daily Mail: 'Dating can be a bit tricky!': Adam Lambert reveals his struggle to find love and says it's impossible to deeply connect with people online

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He's the American Idol runner-up who is regularly hailed as one of the world's hottest pop stars.     But on Tuesday, Adam Lambert revealed he still struggles to get himself a date, adding that he's even turned to dating apps.   Speaking to KISS FM's The Kyle and Jackie O Show, the Whataya Want from Me singer was candid about his struggle to find love. 

'You can meet somebody great and then be like ok, I'm only here for three days I gotta go, it was a nice first date and goodbye...It's tough.'   Mild mannered Jackie then turned her attention to dating apps, bringing-up the most talked about 'celebrity dating app' Raya.    

'Have you ever been on that,' she asked point blank.    

The co-host then giving a preamble about the app - which was made famous after Drew Barrymore created a profile but was apparently ignored.     

'I'm on there. I've already done that one.'    
'I've come through it and I didn't meet anyone.'    
The openly gay Queen frontman has been linked to several people over the years including Sam Smith, although he previously denied romance rumours.   
'He's like, such a nice guy, he's so funny [but] no, there's no romantic rumour,' the UK's The Mirror newspaper reported in February last year.    
'We did ride a rickshaw in London from one club to another, wasted, at like 3 a.m. in the morning. So, there's a lot of bonding.'   However, his last serious reported boyfriend was hunky Finnish entertainment reporter, Sauli Koskinen, who he split with in 2013. 


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Adam Lambert's IG story : Sneeeeeeeeeeeeeeek Sniiiiiiiiiiip 2-20-18

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Adam Lambert Retweeted Kyle and Jackie O: Morning Sydney we're BACK for your TUESDAY & we've got @adamlambert lined up for a chat after 7.30am + your chance at $10,000 in the Pop Quiz + after 8 the Cash Cock #KJShow #KIIS1065

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Adam Lambert on Instagram: Auckland #2. Shirt: @burberry custom leathers: @skingraftdesigns

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UNCONFIRMED RUMOR: Are Queen + Adam Lambert Doing A Concert Series In Las Vegas In August/September???

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UNCONFIRMED (but very interesting!) RUMOR: Are Queen + Adam Lambert Doing A Concert Series of 26 shows in the Park Theater at the Monte Carlo in Las Vegas In August/September 2018???

Maybe.... read the article from the Las Vegas Review Journal below, just published today (2-17-18). Until we hear some kind of official verification, we will consider this to be just a tantalizing rumor.... 

Adam Lambert & Dr. Brian May in photo from Queen + Adam Lambert 2017 summer tour. 
Photo from the Las Vegas Review Journal article

"Queen with Adam Lambert solidifies the Park Theater’s schedule" 
Article by John Katsilometes for the Las Vegas Review-Journal

Read at  LINK HERE

Quote regarding Queen + Adam Lambert:
The Park Theater is striving to be the king of Las Vegas Strip venues. Queen has been recruited to make it happen. Continuing its aggressive campaign to bring in top rockers this year, the 5,200-seat theater at Monte Carlo is reportedly ready to stage Queen with Adam Lambert. The Queen-Park Theater engagement is reportedly a partnership between MGM Resorts International and concert promoter Live Nation. Queen and Lambert are certainly available for such a run — the band has no dates on the schedule after a July 4 booking at O2 Arena in London, which tops off its European tour. Queen and Lambert sold out T-Mobile Arena on June 27. It was the most entertaining arena show I saw in all of 2016, and immediately started poking around for news about the band’s interest in an extended engagement on the Strip. Be confident Queen will open sometime in August, and no later than mid-September.

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UPDATED: 6 CONCERT REVIEWS + 1: Queen + Adam Lambert Auckland, NZ - Spark Arena Concert #1 (2-17-18)

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6 CONCERT REVIEWS: Queen + Adam Lambert Auckland, NZ - Spark Arena Concert #1 (2-17-18)

Updated with one MORE review! Now 7 reviews!! 

ALL reviews are fabulous, and ALL have many great PHOTOS 

Here's just one... We've included some quotes from each review, but be sure to read the FULL review at the embedded links! 

PHOTO: Adam Lambert & Dr. Brian May of Queen + Adam Lambert 
at Spark Arena in Auckland, New Zealand on Feb. 17, 2018 
Photo by Alexander Hallag for the New Zealand Herald (see the review below)

The 13th Floor
Queen + Adam Lambert Take us on an Emotional Rollercoaster…

Until the very end, Lambert’s voice remained strong and clear. He neither waivered nor faltered in the delivery of each song, confidently walking the thin line between injecting some of his personality while staying true to each Queen classic… songs that have stood the test of time and one might say, even attained a certain kind of immortality.

Music Nation

In every aspect of the word, the pulsating audio/visual effects, high definition big screens and impressive lighting were worth every cent of admission. Throw in two legends in the guise of guitarist Brian May & drummer Roger Taylor with the phenomenal Adam Lambert on vocals and it was akin to an ‘out of body’ experience. Unabashedly camp, Adam Lambert made his mark early in the piece strutting the stage in style in ‘appropriate hiking boots’ as the band teased with the familiar intro to We Will Rock You before launching into Hammer to Fall from the Highlander movie. Hard to believe the film came out in the early 80s. Time, it seems, has no bearing even on these hits. Resplendent in bright pink admitting he was up there in the ‘gayest fucking suit you’ve ever seen’, his vocals were simply spellbinding. Whether hitting the high notes on Under Pressure, rocking it up on Fat Bottomed Girls or dumbing-down on quieter numbers like We Are The Champions, Lambert’s vocal range impressed the full capacity crowd, even getting a chance to break out with his radio hit Whataya Want From Me.
Concert Review With PHOTOS: Queen + Adam Lambert

A magnificent show. If you haven’t seen it, you owe it to yourselves to get a ticket to Sunday's Spark Arena show. Adam isn’t the new Freddie, their talents are too individual, but I’m sure Mr. Mercury would have approved. The capacity crowd at Spark Arena certainly did.

Ambient Light Blog
Queen + Adam Lambert, Auckland NZ, 2018

Lambert is hands down an enthralling front man who almost effortlessly commanded and maintained the audience’s attention for the duration of the show. With no less than six costume changes, Lambert not only brought the vocal power but also looked every inch the rock star. Yet Lambert is no diva. Rather he appears humble and grateful for his position as the vocalist of one of the world’s most adored rock bands in history, pausing during the show to admit that even after five years of performing with Queen that he still needs to pinch himself on a daily basis. Lambert also took the time for a heartfelt nod to the late and lamented Freddie Mercury, acknowledging his unique and charismatic character, reinforcing that there will indeed “never be another Freddie”.

Queen + Adam Lambert: They were, indeed, the champions

And what a show it had been. Lambert is a fantastic front-man, given the right band and the right songs to sing; Queen have an astonishing range of material in their catalogue, and need the right singer to front their shows. Queen + Adam Lambert is, then, an inspired combination, and last night’s show was a magnificent performance.

New Zealand Herald
Live review: Queen and Adam Lambert at Spark Arena

Feeling like picking an argument with a Queen fan who may no longer even exist, Queen + Adam Lambert is such a victory both tonally and in substance that it probably surprises even the most diehard fans of both acts. This is, after all, a 48-year old band led by a 36-year old American Idol finalist who was born seven years after Bohemian Rhapsody first topped the charts. He's had his own hits and his own chart-topping albums and there's little doubt Lambert is a star in his own right. But capable of filling Freddie Mercury's white Adidas sneakers? Yes. Crucially, because since first stepping into the role in 2012, Adam Lambert has never once tried to be Freddie Mercury. "There will only be one rock god named Freddie Mercury", he announced to cheers, and given he'd moments earlier also sought applause for, "the two rock & roll legends I'm sharing the stage with tonight", it was clear to any sceptic that this is a performer who understands perfectly his role.

And one more!
Review: Queen and Adam Lambert live in Auckland

The irony was not lost on me that on the same night as the annual Pride Parade was taking place I was sent to review Queen, a band whose late lead singer gleefully subverted the rock world with his openly camp persona and less than heterosexual after hours activities. The fact that his replacement - an unabashedly gay pop star – won over a very middle New Zealand audience was a joy to behold, and the show an absolute delight.
Part of Queen's charm for me was always the element of panto that lurked beneath their cracking rock anthems, their unique subversion – thanks to late frontman Mercury – of a traditionally macho-heavy genre. Lambert seems to understand this key element, and as the incumbent in the role of Queen frontman has definitely made himself at home. After just over five years of performances with the British rock legends, he has really made the role his own and seems to be having a whale of a time on stage, especially when tackling songs like Don't Stop Me Now and Somebody To Love that he clearly loves belting out.

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