Queen guitarist Brian May says the band is talking about another pairing with Adam Lambert, this time for television.

Last year, Lambert fronted for the British band in a series of European shows.

“We are talking about doing something with Adam, probably for TV,” May told MTV UK. “He's an amazing artist and a very nice guy. We keep in touch and have a good friendship.”

“We're not talking about touring yet,” he added. “But we are talking about doing an event.”

May and drummer Roger Taylor formed the band Smile, which frontman Freddie Mercury altered to Queen when he joined. Mercury died in 1991 of complications due to AIDS.

Lambert performed a rendition of the Queen B-side single Dragon Attack during this weekend's headline performance at Pittsburgh's Pride in the Street, a warm up act to Pittsburgh's Gay Pride Parade and Festival.

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