Rocker Adam Lambert has lauded singer Lady Gaga's walkout on Target over gay rights issues.

Target announced last month that it would be selling a deluxe edition of Lady Gaga's second studio album Born This Way starting in May.

On Tuesday, gay glossy The Advocate reported that the deal was off.

In a interview with Billboard magazine, Lady Gaga, an avid supporter of gay rights, said that the decision “hinged” on Target making “amends for the mistakes they've made in the past.”

“Our relationship is hinged upon their reform in the company to support the gay community and to redeem the mistakes they've made supporting those [anti-gay] groups,” she said.

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter after his appearance on American Idol, Lambert was asked: “One star that is championing the issue [of gay rights] is undoubtedly Lady Gaga, who recently terminate her relationship with Target over their LGBT policy. What's your take on her recent actions?”

“I think the responsibility of today's pop stars is to liberate the masses,” Lambert said. “In that everyone can be whatever they wanna be. You can march to your own beat. It's so hard sometimes in our country because conformity is the way things are pushed. I'm anti-conformity, as you can tell. But Lady Gaga has been doing a great job. I think she's fucking fantastic. And it's something beyond sexuality. She's got a lot of ideas and savvy.”