Adam Lambert has said he's considering marrying his boyfriend Sauli Koskinen.

We regret reporting in an earlier On Top Magazine story that Lambert was not interested in marriage.

The 29-year-old Lambert said in an interview with Rolling Stone that he “never considered marriage before. But now that I am, I can't do it.”

Lambert fans told us that he wasn't saying that he “can't do” marriage, but lamenting the fact that gay and lesbian couples cannot marry in his home state of California. Voters in the state narrowly approved Proposition 8 in 2008.

And while California recognizes gay couples with domestic partnerships, the union falls short of marriage.

Rolling Stone described the track Outlaws of Love, which is included in Trespassing, Lambert's upcoming second studio album, as a “smoldering serenade about gay marriage” and then attributed the quote to Lambert.

Stories that Lambert and Koskinen were dating first appeared on the Internet about a year ago.

In August, Lambert told OK Magazine that he's in love with Koskinen.

“[T]he good news is that I am in love,” he told the magazine, “so that's a good place to be.”