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The 'For Your Entertainment' singer has confirmed his double gig on the ABC Family show's Halloween episode.
Glam rocker Adam Lambert took the stage with Brian May at the Hammersmith Apollo on July 11.
Since the gamemaker in the first film has been executed, Plutarch Heavensbee is recruited to design the game in the 75th annual Hunger Games.
Rumor has it, producers plan to bring new look to the show and it includes a shakeup in the judge line-up.
James Badge Dale is spotted wearing the red, white and blue armor on the Wilmington set of the third 'Iron Man' film.
The 'Shadow Days' singer scores his third No. 1 album on the chart with 'Born and Raised', while the 'American Idol' alum's effort 'Trespassing' falls out of the Top 10 in its second week.
Trapped in a facility where everybody completes the same dull tasks, the 'American Idol' alum looks for ways to break free before joining the others in a choreographed dance number.
Dethroning last week's champ Carrie Underwood, the 'Whataya Want from Me' singer becomes the first openly gay male artist to land atop the chart.
Hot on heels of their new album releases, Adam and Lisa visit the singing competition to perform 'Never Close Out Eyes' and 'You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet' respectively.
The runner-up of 'American Idol' season 8 sings 'Never Close Our Eyes', 'Trespassing' and 'Shady' from his sophomore set.
The 2009 runner-up of 'Idol' will perform 'Never Close Our Eyes', a latest single from his upcoming album 'Trespassing'.
The 'Better Than I Know Myself' singer is expected to perform the new single on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' later this month.
'Never Close Our Eyes' is listed in Lambert's upcoming studio release 'Trespassing', while 'Where Have You Been' is lifted from Riri's 2011 effort 'Talk That Talk'.
At one of the makeup dates for the canceled music festival, Lambert and Roger Taylor's band are set to perform with Elton John in Kiev, Ukraine.
The 'Better Than I Know Myself' singer sings the title track of his upcoming studio album, which is due in the U.S. on May 15.