Out singer Adam Lambert has described
performing with Queen as “really rewarding.”
The 33-year-old Lambert has fronted for
the British band in a series of highly successful tours. He'll
rejoin Queen band members Brian May and Roger Taylor in September at
the Rock in Rio music festival.
Appearing earlier this month on Channel
4's Alan Carr: Chatty Man, Lambert, who is currently promoting
his third studio album, The Original High, discussed having
sex with a woman – “It's definitely not my preference, but it
felt good,” he said – and performing with Queen.
“It was such an honor. It was so
much fun,” Lambert
said of touring with Queen. “And the songs are like
incredible. And to look out in the audience and to see people
singing along and getting wasted in the crowd.”
“It was really rewarding and it meant
a lot to me,” he added.