A male fan named Joe wanted the openly-gay singer to give him a peck on the lips while appearing on a British TV show but he turned it down politely.
Adam Lambert was left red-faced during an appearance on a U.K. chatshow on Monday, June 14, when a male fan asked for an onscreen kiss. The openly gay "American Idol" star sparked controversy when he locked lips with his male keyboardist at the American Music Awards last year and an audience member watching Lambert on "Justin Lee Collins: Good Times" was hoping for a similar experience.
Named as Joe, the young fan asked the singer, "As we've seen, you've been involved in a controversial gay kiss in the past and I was wondering if you fancied another one tonight?" Lambert looked embarrassed and told Joe, "I'm very flattered but I have to pass. I'll probably have an offscreen gay kiss later. I'm not a w**re!"
But the star let his fan down gently, adding, "Thank you, though! Give me a hug!" before embracing him in the audience.