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It might be difficult to think of two celebrities with less in common than Adam Lambert and Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino.

One is gay, the other is straight. One sings on stage, the other blows whistles on grenades. One was invited to the Grammy Awards last night because he was nominated in a major category, the other might have been the least talented individual on the red carpet (no offense, Kim Kardashian).

But such contrasts only make for a more intriguing Fashion Face-Off, don't you think? Compare Adam with Sitch below and then vote on the style champion. Who wore his outfit best?

Fashion Face-Off!

Adam Lambert and The Situation both showed up on the red carpet of the Grammy Awards. But only one can walk away as the winner of this Fashion Face-Off. View Poll »

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Does American Idol the next Adam Lambert on its hands?

It's difficult not to make such a comparison upon hearing James Durbin sing, but the aspiring contestant arrived for his audition in San Francisco last night with a very different backstory from that of the season eight finalist.

Durbin couldn't hold back his emotion when talking about his son, or even when belting out a version of "Dream On." This is a young man whose father died of an overdose when he was nine, and who has been diagnosed with Tourette's Syndrome. It's emotional, impressive, stuff. Watch now.

Durbin is a rumored member of this season's top 40, along with other San Francisco golden ticket recipients Brittany Mazur, Stefano Langone and Julie Zorrilla.

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Attention, Adam Lambert fans: this Grammy-nominated artist will release a new album on March 22.

Alas, it will not be comprised of any new singles.

Adam Lambert and Sauli Koskinen Photo

Instead, the upcoming CD/DVD will feature tracks from a stop on Lambert's Glam Nation Tour in Indianapolis on 8/31/10. You can watch many of those performances in our video library for this talented artist, and get a look below at the track list on the album.

  1. Voodoo
  2. Down The Rabbit Hole
  3. Ring Of Fire
  4. Fever
  5. Sleepwalker
  6. Whataya Want From Me
  7. Soaked
  8. Aftermath
  9. Sure Fire Winners
  10. Strut
  11. Music Again
  12. If I Had You
  13. 20th Century Boy

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Adam Lambert has made it clear: he only wants one thing for his birthday.

But we're sorry to tell this singer, he's getting something else: a horse of best wishes from THG and its readers.

One of our favorite artists, the former American Idol runner-up turns 29 today. He's recently made news for getting involved in the Teen Mom controversy and he's up for his first Grammy on February 13.

Let's hope he wins, shall we? In the meantime, send in a message for Adam and go through the years with him in the video below:

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Adam Lambert turns 29 on January 29 and he doesn't want new clothes, or a new guitar or even a scrunchy for his new, long hair.

Instead, the American Idol runner-up has just one request for the "best birthday gift" he could ask for: water.

Adam is asking everyone to donate to My Charity Water, a organization that directly funds clean water projects in developing nations. He Tweeted this week:

“Ok New goal: 290,000 by the 29th!!! Let’s give people in need clean water!!!”

THG has already donated to the cause. Won't you?

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Never one to fear a change in style, Adam Lambert has debuted a new haircut.

The singer paid a visit to the 2011 DPA Golden Globes Gift Suite at Beverly Hills' L'Ermitage Hotel yesterday, posing with a few items and a few fans and showing off nearly shoulder-length locks.

Adam will be on hand at Sunday night's award ceremony and we'll likely post more photos of him from that event. But compare the new 'do with the old below and cast your vote:

Which Hairstyle Looks Best?

Adam Lambert had let is all hang out. What do you think of the singer's new look? View Poll »

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Two simple sentences have landed Adam Lambert in a bit of trouble.

Yesterday, the singer - likely motivated by the recent struggles of Amber Portwood - Tweeted that Teen Mom is depressing to watch.

Today, he was took to the social network again in response to the reaction of some of his followers, many of whom apparently took issue with Lambert's stance. He wrote:

Teen Mom Twitter

Lambert was more than just snarky, however. He was also explanatory, adding:

"I'm not saying that all teen moms are white trash. Don't misunderstand. Yet, most of the ones on that show seem to be. I do, however, think they're are being exploited a bit."

They are being well-compensated, of course, as Amber made $280,000 from MTV last year. What do you think of Adam's statements?

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Guess we know on which side Adam Lambert stands when it comes to our THG debate on Teen Mom...

With the MTV show making a number of headlines these days - from airing a controversial abortion special to Amber Portwood going to jail... and pretty much sucking as a human being - the singer has chimed in on the series with the following Tweet:

This Teen Mom show on MTV is so depressing. I know it's "real life" but shouldn't there be programming that inspires kids to shoot higher? #glorifyingwhitetrash

  • A Lambert Look
  • Amber Pregnant Again?

Adam Lambert won't be watching Teen Mom. Can you blame him?

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Recently going on record with how difficult it can be to balance life as an openly gay man with life as a a recording artist, Adam Lambert stopped and combined both worlds this week.

Prior to performing "A Change Is Gonna Come" in Los Angeles on Wednesday night, the singer told the crowd:

"The thing about the song is, it's amazing that it was originally intended for civil rights, and ladies and gentlemen, if you haven't noticed, the gay and lesbian community is in a civil-rights movement right now."

Adam then detailed his own experiences with discrimination before moving into a heartfelt rendition of the single. Watch it all unfold now:

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Adam Lambert has hit the home stretch in his Glam Nation tour.

The THG favorite and former American Idol finalist played a show last night at the Henry Fonda Music Box in Los Angeles and brought a special guest to the stage for a duet on "Aftermath."

Below, you can watch Alisan Porter - who opened the show with her band, The Canyons - sing alongside Lambert on a single she actually co-wrote. Looks like she had a bright career ahead of herself, doesn't she?

Adam Lambert Biography

Absolutely the Best Adam Lambert was a contestant on the eighth season of American Idol. He made it to the final two on the show, only to lose out to Kris... More »
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