Reluctant to comment on the golf star's notorious affairs with many women, Adam says he wishes the athlete the best.
Adam Lambert was reluctant when he was asked to comment on Tiger Woods' notorious affairs with a string of women. "I think it's funny that we all focus on people's personal lives," he told In Touch Weekly at the VEVO Launch in New York on Tuesday, December 8, before then adding, "I hope he's happy!"
On the same occasion, the runner-up of "American Idol" season eight was also asked to address his relationship with former boyfriend Drake LaBry after they broke up last month. Of the interior designer, the singer said, "People run into differences. We're still very good friends." He stated further, "I'm putting a lot of energy into my career right now."
Adam Lambert and Drake LaBry made their debut as a same-sex couple in June, the same month he publicly confirmed his sexual orientation in an interview with Rolling Stone. Shortly after the story of his and Drake's split landed on the news media, he confirmed that he was "cool" with his single status and was looking for an intelligent, creative, and compassionate person to date.