In our Pride cover story, the rock god and queer icon discusses music, makeup, LGBTQ+ history, and his move into the nonprofit arena.
The event, in partnership with Pride Live’s Stonewall Day, raises funds for LGBTQ+ charities.
Last year's virtual fundraiser featured President Joe Biden, Taylor Swift, Demi Lovato, Luke Evans, Ryan Jamaal Swain, and more.
Lambert and Queen dedicate a retitled "You Are the Champions" to healthcare workers around the world while also raising money.
On the anniversary of performing the Cher hit for her at the Kennedy Center Honors, Lambert has released a studio recording of his rendition.
Lambert talks to The Advocate about his passion project Velvet, how the industry has changed since he came out, and how Freddie Mercury refused to "assimilate."
Adam Lambert's ability to be openly queer while performing songs like "Killer Queen" is also a beautiful tribute to Freddie Mercury's memory.