Adam Lambert speaks out against reporters who are missing the mark
German interviewers are missing the mark with their line of questioning for glam rock god Adam Lambert.
In an effort to offset a series of repeated and redundant questions -- and prevent other journalists from following in their footsteps -- Lambert has used his Twitter account to speak out against reporters who ask the wrong questions, or simply haven't done enough research.
"Just did my third German interview where I was told that I have said "I'm the male Lady Gaga". Lol I would never say that. I'm Adam Lambert," he Tweeted.
"The first question too many reporters ask has to do w GaGa. As much as I love her - it's becoming tiresome. Would prefer to discuss MY art. Of course I'm a fan and have the highest respect for her and there some theatrical sensibilities that we share - but we are different people."
Lambert, who shot to fame after being crowned last year's American Idol runner-up, is currently making his way across the globe on an incredibly successful promo tour.
Over the last six months, Lambert's garnered a reputation for being a bold and daring musician who's not afraid to speak his mind. While both Lambert and Gaga are dynamic, forward-thinking performers with massive global fan bases, their craft and artistry is very different.
According to Lambert, the crazy questions didn't end there: "More redundant questions that can be put to rest: Yes it was amazing meeting Madonna. No I wasn't asked to be Queen's new frontman. :) Aaaaand yes, I kissed Kesha. It was fun.
"I hope future interviewers review these tweets. I'd not, they're twats. Hahah."
Adam Lambert, on behalf of the Nova crew, your Tweets have been noted.
We respect you for your art, your honesty, your talent and your point of difference.