Adam Lambert blasts ‘pesky’ rumours as Brian May admits Queen, Lambert, David Bowie collaboration would be ‘cool’

by Lisa McGarry


Brian May has admitted he would love to see a collaboration between his band Queen, his pal Adam Lambert and legendary singer David Bowie.

The Queen guitarist is set to take to the stage once more with American Idol’s Adam later this month, when they play at the iHeart Radio Music Festival in Las Vegas and it seems that he is already planning their set list.

Lambert will take on the vocals of the late Queen frontman Freddie Mercury and this week May asked his Twitter followers which songs they would like to see him and the ‘For Your Entertainment’ star take on at their upcoming gig.

Many fans suggested the hit song ‘Who Wants to Live Forever’ but some also suggested a collaboration with Mercury Music Award nominee David Bowie and Brian replied:

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“Wow ! Thanks for a great and informative response to Queen/Adam Lambert songs you wanna hear. I’ll tell you what you voted for most ..”

“About 90 songs got at least 1 vote, I think, in all. Amazing. But the winners were surprising to me. Well, THANKS! Keep suggesting! We’ll have a think, and maybe throw in something surprising. I note a lot of desire out there for David Bowie to join us. T’would be cool.”


One of the last times that Adam took to the stage with Queen, he ripped his pants. It seems that Glamberts are pining for that to happen again and May teased:

“And for Adam to split his pants. Well, that’s showbiz ! ;-).”

Meanwhile, Adam has been tweeting himself, hitting back at more untrue rumours surrounding his personal life.

Lambert tweeted his fans yesterday saying:

“Rumors are funny, pesky lil things.”

He added:

“What I’m sayin is- the rumor mill warps the facts. Be patient lil Glamhoppers: wait and see. ;)”

Are you looking forward to seeing Adam sing with Queen again? Leave your comments below….

Lisa McGarry

Lisa has been watching reality TV for too long now. She won't do any housework unless 'Big Brother' announces it over the tannoy and everything she does has to be put to a public vote!