The 39th Annual American Music Awards took place last night (20 November) and was it the biggest snoozefest of the year. The red carpet was one big doze-off too, with red carpet firm favourites Lady Gaga, Rihanna (both in the UK) and Beyonce (attending the ‘Live At Roseland: Elements Of 4‘ screening) not making an appearance. Highlights of the night included British songstress Adele finally getting some American recognition, with her critically acclaimed album ‘21‘ winning favourite album as well as pop crooner Bruno Mars surprisingly and deservedly winning favourite male artist over teen sensation Justin Bieber. Country starlet Taylor Swift was of course the big winner of the night once again. Head below for all the red carpet fashion:
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Openly gay rocker Adam Lambert once again makes Out magazine’s annual ‘Out 100′ list, honouring 2011′s inspiring gay, lesbian and transsexual people.
Photographed by Gavin Bond, the ‘American Idol’ alumni recreates artist Andy Warhol’s Elvis Presley ’60s screenprinted painting.
The 29-year-old ‘Whataya Want from Me’ singer talks to the magazine about his forthcoming sophomore album.
“The process of making the first album was so fast. This is definitely the album that I want to make. I’m getting time with it, I’m able to say, ‘I want to re-record that vocal,’ or ‘Lets bring this song to another producer or a different beat put on it’. So I’m getting to immerse myself in the process. I feel like I’m getting to take the necessary time”, Adam points out to Out.
American Idol’s most controversial alum Adam Lambert covers the November issue of American LGBT-interest magazine The Advocate.
Photographed by Eric Schwabel on location, the 29-year-old openly gay singer sports his usual Elvis Presley-esque pompadour, flamboyant make-up and emo attire.
Gearing up for the release of his sophomore album, the ‘Whataya Want From Me’ crooner talks to the magazine about his much-talked about male-on-male kiss during his performance at the 2009 American Music Awards.
“(It was) a bit reactionary on my part. I think I was a little overwhelmed with everything. It was me reacting a little bit to that ‘you’re not gay enough’ thing. At that moment for whatever reason I was like, Well, is this gay enough? It was me being a little bit pissed off!”, Adam explains to The Advocate.