Adam Lambert is 'talking to Queen about doing something'
Musician Adam Lambert stops by VH1's "Morning Buzz" on Thursday (Feb. 16), where he talks about the Queen frontman news, his new album "Trespassing" and then he has a special announcement.
Glambert cracks that the "game of telephone is alive and well," then he says, "I'm talking to Queen about doing something. I got to perform with them at the EMAs, which was so incredible, such an honor to be asked. There may be something on the horizon, but I'm not joining the band."
About the new video he has for the song "Better Than I Know Myself," Lambert says, "I wanted to change the feeling of the song. When you first hear the song, it's definitely about that moment in a relationship where you're like, 'Look, I'm a little co-dependent, maybe. I really need you ... I'm sorry if I don't make you feel safe enough, but here I am trying to do it.'"
"But in the video, we wanted to flip it. I wanted to make it about the relationship you have with yourself," Lambert continues.
Glambert then announces what he has coming up:
"I am going to be performing on Logo's NewNowNext awards," Lambert announces. Those are the awards where Lady Gaga made her first TV appearance. This year they air live on April 9 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on Logo - check it out.