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Prepare to squeal, American Idol viewers.

Earlier this week, Adam Lambert and Allison Iraheta sat down with E! News and answered a number of reader-submitted questions.

From inquiries about shoe sizes to information about their new albums, here are excerpts from the revealing interviews with the rising stars:

Iraheta, on recording a duet together: It's too early to tell. But it's something we'd like to do. Right now we're focusing on our own albums, which is the main goal, and then we can figure that out later. It sounds like a lot of fun.

Lambert, on his new album: We're kind of looking at everything and kind of hanging on to as much as we can and choosing from there. If we're feeling a song, we'll record it. If we're not feeling it, we don't. We're going to powerhouse it after the tour is over as far as getting songs recorded and writing some new material. We've made a nice big dent in the process, but I think the majority of it will be done afterward.

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Iraheta, on her fans: I never thought there would be little girls saying, "When I'm older, I want to be like you." It's weird, but it's awesome.

Lambert, on his fans: Every night is such a big event. You have tons of people who are superexcited and passionate, which feels incredible. But at some point, I can only give so much and have enough energy to go out the next day. It really is draining. I'm not complaining about it at all, but it really is... It feels great, but yeah, it takes a chunk out of you.

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You could almost hear the screams of NYC fans on the west coast this morning.

Indeed, Adam Lambert and Kris Allen returned to the national stage today, taking part in Good Morning America's Central Park concert series.

The American Idol finalists had more important things on their mind than the ongoing Paula Abdul status controversy: they were focused on simply rocking out!

Lambert and Allen were joined for a performance by season seven champion David Cook at one point, creating the most popular threesome since Wild Things. Check them all out together:

Awesome Trio
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Girls may be throwing various sex toys at Adam Lambert, but the American Idol finalist still only has eyes for one man.

He told E! News this week that his relationship with Drake LaBry is still going strong.

"It's going really well," the singer said while on tour with his fellow season eight finalists "It's just fine. We're dealing with [being apart] just fine."

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The couple is apart, of course, because Lambert, Kris Allen and company have been touring the country for over a month now. The concerts should finally wind down next month.

"I'm excited for the future... when I'm in L.A. for more than, you know, a day," Adam told E!. "It'll be nice."

Until then, enjoy Lambert's incredible vocals, ladies - and try not to hit him in the eye with any more sex toys!

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We always knew Adam Lambert was a transformative artist.

But this isn't what we had in mind!

For years, enthusiastic female fans have thrown their undergarments at their favorite singer on stage. This (unusual) tradition is as timeless as groupie sex in the back of a bus.

But Lambert's followers have taken the routine up a few notches on this summer's American Idol tour, as Adam told E! News earlier today.

"It's going further; somebody threw onstage a red-leather tasseled whip," he said. "The next night, I got one that was made out of, like, purple fur. It's getting really S&M.... I got some glow-in-the-dark handcuffs. It's really getting creative. It's exciting. I think they really want me to play with these toys during the number."

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And he actually does!

"I always try to because I enjoy that," Lambert said, adding these teasing words: "I'm not really into S&M, but it's definitely tempting."

Adam has no one to blame but himself for this lewd outpouring of support. Remember, he did say he'd consider sleeping with women. Can you really blame them for trying?

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Take this, gay-hating bigots!

Just a few days after he and his fellow American Idol tour mates overcame a church-sponsored protest of their concert in San Jose, Adam Lambert led season eight's top 10 artists into L.A.'s Staples Center.

Lambert was often joined in front of the crowd by winner Kris Allen, as well as Danny Gokey, Allison Iraheta and other favorites. His set of songs included:

“Whole Lotta Love, “Starlight," “Mad World,” “Slow Ride” and a medley of David Bowie singles. Below, Lambert and Allen take center stage on the tour stop:

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Will you purchase the debut albums of Lambert and Allen? Each will hit stores this fall.

As you ponder those additions to your iPod, click on the following photos of these rising stars in Los Angeles:

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In an incomprehensible, depressing state of human affairs, anti-gay demonstrators protested Adam Lambert at an American Idol concert in San Jose on Sunday.

Members of the hate-filled, close-minded, controversial Westboro Baptist Church were spotted outside the HP Pavilion, carrying signs that criticized homosexuals and chanting about Lambert's sexuality.

The season eight runner-up revealed his sexual preference in an interview with Rolling Stone last month, a few weeks after he finished second to Kris Allen on the Fox series.

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Keep smiling, Adam Lambert. You have far more fans than critics.

Fortunately, Lambert's fellow American Idol finalists have his back. Michael Sarver told fans inside the venue that his friend wasn't fazed by the idiots outside.

"Funny how people think it's a good idea to mess with a big Texan and his AI family," Sarver Twetted. "Adam is just fine, shakes it off and so should we.

"We are together in this thing. You mess with one you mess with all ten. We are strong and we are 1. For those outside protesting I say do not judge less ye be judged yourself. Guys don't mind these people, we are a strong family."

Seriously, who does such a thing?!? These protesters had just one goal in mind: to spread hate. We pity them and their sorry existence.

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They teamed up for a duet on American Idol.

Now, Adam Lambert and Allison Iraheta have jumped on stage together again as part of this summer's tour of season eight finalists.

Lucky audience members at a concert in Portland, Oregon witnessed Lambert and Iraheta rocking out to "Slow Ride." Below, you can, too!

Both artists have signed record deals, so fans have debut CDs to look forward to. First, though, check out this performance:

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You might wanna drink some tea with honey, young readers. You're gonna need to preserve those vocal chords if the following rumor comes true.

Following talk that Adam Lambert would contribute a song to the New Moon soundtrack, E! News asked the crooner about the possibility.

His answer was simple, yet revealing - and exciting!

"That's just another rumor. That would be really cool. I should [do it]."

Ummm, yeah you should! Does anyone know the phone numer of the New Moon music supervisor?

Can fans handle Adam Lambert and Robert Pattinson in the same movie? We may soon find out!

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Adam Lambert and Hi Fi records are at it again.

The  American Idol runner-up issued a new statement responding to the label's announcement that it plans to release a CD by Adam titled On With the Show.

Adam Lambert recorded this material before American Idol.

"Last Friday I was surprised to find out that songs I recorded back in 2005 were being released," Lambert, far from thrilled, said in the statement.

"I was shocked to learn that songwriting demos of songs that I co-wrote and recorded over the past few years may be released in an album."

"Like a rough draft that a writer does before finishing a book, I did not intend my work on these demos to be heard by the public. I was unaware that anyone intended to release these recordings until I heard about it in the press."

"I'm very disappointed by this entire situation."

Adam Lambert wants control over his own music's release.

Hi Fi responded to Adam's statement this morning, saying:

"As we've already outlined, releasing this music was always the plan. That plan was changed by 19 Recordings after Adam won America over with his extraordinary talent."

"It's a shame that his management / record company choose to disavow their client's work and discredit him as a songwriter. As an independent company whose role it is to help put this out, we at Hi Fi think this is an absolute slap in the face."

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Love is all we want. Love is all we need.

So sings Adam Lambert in his debut single, "Want."

It's not the loud, theatrical rock anthem many might have expected from this American Idol finalist, but it's a perfect example of his range.

Click on the video below to listen for yourself and let us know what you think of the song:

** UPDATE: This is actually an old song, penned in 2005. Said Lambert in a statement this week:

"Back in 2005 when I was a struggling artist, I was hired as a studio singer to lend my vocals to tracks written by someone else. I was broke at the time and this was my chance to make a few bucks, so I jumped at the opportunity to record for my first time in a professional studio.

"The work I did back then in no way reflects the music I am currently in the studio working on.

"I'm thrilled to be working with some of today's hottest songwriters and producers and can't wait for people to hear what my music really sounds like."

Adam Lambert Biography

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