Having made many headlines recently for his criticism of Les Miserables, Adam Lambert is now in the news for his own career and here's why:
The singer has parted ways with his record label.
Lambert's deal with 19 Entertainment expired this month and The Hollywood Reporter confirms "both sides" have agreed not to sign a new contract.
A rep for former American Idol runner-up says the parties leave “amicably and with the utmost respect for each other,” adding that the choice for Lambert is just part of his “evolution,” which started when he joined Direct Management Group.
Under Entertainment 19 since 2009, Lambert has released two studio albums, as well as collections of live tracks and remixes.
His latest album, "Trespassing," debuted at number-one on the Billboard 200, with sources saying conversations are already underway about a third CD.