Adam Lambert may not be sorry for his American Music Awards performance, but he's paying a small price for it this week.
The singer had been scheduled to appear on ABC's Good Morning America tomorrow, but the show has canceled Lambert's performance, citing his lewd Sunday night spectacle in its statement:
“Given his controversial American Music Awards performance, we were concerned about airing a similar concert so early in the morning.”
Fans can still catch the American Idol runner-up before the sun rises tomorrow, though: CBS' Early Show is happy to have Lambert sing for its audience.
Adam Lambert has been bumped off Good Morning America: Fair or unfair?
Said Lambert of ABC's decision: "I don't feel like I owe anyone an apology. I did something female performers have been doing for years. All of a sudden a guy does it, and it's crazy. I do think there's a slight double standard."
We agree. Did Adam cross the line at the AMAs? Yes. Any artist that shoves the face of a back-up dancer into his/her crotch is taking his/her act to an unnecessarily lewd level.
But it's hard not to wonder: if Lady GaGa did the same thing with a female band member, would she have been axed from a morning show?