Singer Adam Lambert can't think of
anything nice to say about Clay Aiken.
Lambert appeared Thursday night on
cabler Bravo's Watch What Happens, where host Andy Cohen asked
him to play along with Plead the Fifth, a regular show segment where
guests are asked provocative questions and can “plead the fifth”
on all but one.
The American Idol season eight
runner-up decided to keep quiet when asked about Aiken, the season
“Say three nice things about Clay
Aiken,” Cohen asked Lambert.
“Can't think of any,” Lambert said
with a smirk.
“Want to plead the fifth?”
“No, I just can't think of any nice
things,” Lambert answered with a laugh. (Watch
the entire segment at BravoTV.com.)
Lambert's sophomore album Trespassing
debuted at Number One on Billboard's album chart, making him the
first openly gay male artist and the seventh American Idol
finalist to climb to the top spot on the chart.
Aiken returned to television this
spring, competing on NBC's Celebrity Apprentice. On Sunday's
finale, Aiken came in second behind late-night talk show host Arsenio