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Adam Lambert gets fabulous at Gridlock New Year's Eve

Lambert during his performance at Gridlock New Year's Eve
Lambert during his performance at Gridlock New Year's Eve
AP Photo/Katy Winn

When Adam Lambert was dropped from ABC's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Dick Clark, "American Idol" fans throughout the United States were all wondering what their 'glambert' would do on New Year's Eve.

Several weeks ago, it was announced that Adam Lambert would headline the 4th Annual Gridlock New Year's Eve, hosted by Pamela Anderson and located in Los Angeles. One bummer? The show was not televised or streamed everywhere (and likely for the best - Anderson accidentally flashed Lambert at one point in the show).


At the stroke of midnight, Adam Lambert and his band took the stage, playing most of his debut album as well as b-side "Down the Rabbit Hole" and a reprise of "Whole Lotta Love" from his days on "Idol". During Muse track "Soaked", Lambert removed a flask from his coat and took a long swig, not missing a beat vocally. Lambert's own brother Neil did a mini-broadcast of the show from his own cell phone, and several fans in the audience had cameras. While the show wasn't televised by its' own promoters, a quick Youtube search can get you everywhere.

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