Adam Lambert has just shared his experience joining Black Lives Matter protest and called it "beautiful" when showed up...
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Adam Lambert has just shared his experience joining Black Lives Matter protest and called it "beautiful" when showed up in Corden show.
The current lead vocalist of Queen is the next celebrity opened up about his story publicly when he had his own attending with hundreds of people in protesting for Black Lives Matter issues when he appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden on June 10th.
"What a week! I have run the range of emotions, obviously, a lot of what I saw made me angry -- I know I'm not the only one," he told host James Corden about his reaction towards George Floyd's tragic death and subsequent videos of police brutality across the US that have gone viral.
"And it's really interesting that it took something like this to allow us white folks to have a little bit of an inkling of an understanding of what Black Americans have been going through in our country for way too long.
"You know, the fact that the police were brutal to peaceful protestors of all different colors really opened our eyes, I think," Lambert continued, "and I think it's an amazing time. Even though there's a lot of violence and a lot of fear, it's amazing how many people have come together to do these peaceful protests all over the world now. I mean, I went to one in Hollywood the day before yesterday and it was beautiful. I was moved by everybody coming together and really voicing their disgust for racism. It's an incredible moment in our history."
The pop star also revealing on establishing his nonprofit fund- the Feel Something Foundation, and explained how Velvet - his latest album was was influenced by the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic before blowing the audience with an acoustic rendition of album cut "On the Moon."
Watch Adam Lambert's interview and performance on Corden show below.
Adam Lambert, 38, rose as a phenomenon after finishing as runner-up on the eighth season of American Idol in 2009.
Alongside his solo career, Lambert has collaborated with legendary rock band Queen as lead vocalist for Queen + Adam Lambert since 2011, including several worldwide tours from 2014 to 2020.