Singer Adam Lambert backs two recent Supreme Court rulings related to gay marriage, saying that he would like to marry someday.

Lambert, 31, was asked to comment on the rulings on the red carpet at AT&T's Live Proud event at the Playhouse in Hollywood.

“Hell yeah – finally,” Lambert told the Rumor Fix.

“Do you want to eventually get married yourself?”

“I don't know yet,” Lambert responded. “I haven't met somebody I want to marry yet, but I want the option. Which is the whole point. I think, you should have the choice.”

Lambert added that he's never considered getting hitched.

“Not yet. I'm young. It will happen eventually,” he added. “I want to [marry], eventually. Yeah.”

When asked about additional performances with Queen, Lambert would only say that there's “some stuff on the horizon.” (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

(Related: Adam Lambert to perform again with Queen, says Brian May.)