Monday, June 18, 2018 12:21pm by Pressparty
Adam Lambert donates designer outfit for GLAAD charity auction
Adam Lambert kindly donated a designer stage outfit from his highly successful Queen + Adam Lambert tour to GLAAD who are auctioning both items on eBay.
The autographed Saint Laurent silk bomber jacket features palm trees against a sunset, and the Costume National red leather trousers are also autographed.
Lambert unveiled the auction with a tweet: "The future is BRIGHT people! Join @ebay and me in celebrating #PrideMonth and donate to @glaad by bidding on a @YSL jacket and @CoSTUMENATIONAL red leather pants! both worn onstage w @QueenWillRock! https://www.ebay.com/rpp/glaad."
The highest bid so far is for $3,000 (£2,263) but bidding will continue until the auction ends this Thursday (June 21).
During the month of Pride (June), GLAAD are auctioning off items and experiences such as meet and greets with Halsey, Melissa Etheridge, Andy Cohen & Betty Who, a cast autographed "This Is Us" script, and a cheerleading outfit worn and signed by Iggy Azalea.
You can bid here.
GLAAD is a media-led initiative to help bring LGBTQ issues into the public domain in order to receive equality for all.
Watch Adam Lambert wear the jacket at Rock in Rio 2016 in Lisbon below:
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