Glam god Adam Lambert says music is about all about sexuality.
The former American Idol runner-up, who is currently smashing his U.S. Glam Nation tour, told an American breakfast show that the spirit of Queen's flamboyant frontman Freddie Mercury lives on through his music.
"Music, most of the time, is about sexuality. Whether you are straight, gay or in between. It's about love and sex. That's rock 'n' roll," he said.
"Freddie's voice has so much texture to it. It’s supersexy. He kind of grabs at everything, he squeezes it. He was completely over the top in the best possible way.
"The spirit of Freddie Mercury is alive and well."
Soon Australia will get to see Lambert's magic up close. Lambert will be rocking out at the following venues: Tuesday 19 October - The Palace Theatre, Melbourne Wednesday 20 October - Metro Theatre, Sydney Friday 22 October - The Tivoli, Brisbane