Singer Adam Lambert arrived in Vietnam on Wednesday for his first ever concert in the nation.

During a press conference in the southern Ho Chi Mihn City, a reporter asked the 30-year-old openly gay Lambert his thoughts on marriage.

“Do you believe in gay marriage?” a female reporter asked.

“Yeah!” Lambert enthusiastically answered. “Everybody should be able to get married. Yeah.”

“When will you … do you like to …,” the reporter started.

“I don't know. I have no idea. No clue,” Lambert responded with a grin. (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

Lambert, who is currently dating Finnish reality star Sauli Koskinen, recently gave the same answer to daytime host Wendy Williams.

“Right now, personally, I'm not really thinking about marriage.”

“Well, you're 30,” Williams stated. “It's time.”

“When I grew up, I didn't ever think that marriage was even something that was going to be part of my reality. So, now that that's something that's kind of new and it's something that's becoming accepted, it's a totally different world,” Lambert said.

Lambert added that he wouldn't marry “just to prove a point.”

“It's an expensive point,” he said.