Adam Lambert, seen here with his guitarist Tommy Joe, hits back at his critics.
[UPDATE: 9 March, 1205pm: Correction made to set list]
It took nearly three-quarters into the 90-minute concert for Adam Lambert to hit back at his critics, but boy when he did, he hit back hard.
"Someone asked me in an interview, 'Are you promoting a certain lifestyle?'", said the openly gay glam rocker to an audience of about 4,500 at the cavernous Star Vista theatre on Friday evening.
"My answer was, 'The only lifestyle I am promoting is one of love and friendship, music, joy and fashion. So whoever wants to be part of that lifestyle, yeah, we accept anybody," said the 31-year-old to raucous applause.
And that was that, as the former "American Idol" alumni put the final nail in the coffin on his detractors, who had raised a week-long ruckus why he was being allowed to performed at a venue owned by Rock Productions, the business arm of New Creation Church.
Pity it took that long for the delightfully camp entertainer to address the elephant in the venue because from that moment on, Read More »from Adam Lambert: The only lifestyle I’m promoting is one of love, friendship, music and joy