Adam Lambert: 'Excited' About Queen Opportunity
Stepping out for a radio appearance, Adam Lambert was spotted heading into the BBC Radio 2 studios in London, UK on Wednesday afternoon (June 27).
The "Trespassing" singer looked glam-tastic in his usual black-heavy garb which he paired with a black and white striped undershirt and white shoes as he held up a peace sign for the awaiting photographers before heading inside.
Excited about his appearance, Lambert took to his Twitter page to keep his faithful fans in the know, writing, "On my way to @BBCBreakfast! Top o' the Mornin' to ya!"
Though Adam was happy about his awaiting London Glamberts, he seemingly was too thrilled about one thing, tweeting, "Loved seeing fans out front!! You're all so sweet! U pesky boys tryin to get me to sign sh*t for u to sell on eBay? Exploit someone else!"
The UK outing comes as the "American Idol" alum has been chosen to step into the shoes of former Queen frontman Freddie Mercury - as Adam is teaming up with the legendary band to perform around Europe with shows set to begin in a mere few days.
In a recent interview with BBC Breakfast, Lambert dished about the opportunity, saying, "It's such a great challenge, I'm so excited. We've been rehearsing for the last few weeks and it's actually surprisingly comfortable.''