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Adam Lambert: "I love to see and talk to people"

Adam Lambert has criticised modern day technology for lacking a human edge.

The singing sensation played an exclusive acoustic show last night (March 14) in Milford, Massachusetts for 100 competition winners.

Lambert spoke at the event in praise of small venues, where intimacy and humanity is at the forefront.

He however took a stab at gig-goers who tend to watch most of the show through their camera screens. The Milford Daily News reports that he said:

"Twitter is a great way to connect with people, but it's not human. I really love to see and talk to people, at least those not looking through their cameras."

As previously reported, Adam Lambert recently called his upcoming gigs with Queen a "learning experience", with the singer hoping to do late frontman Freddie Mercury proud.




Watch Adam Lambert perform in Milford below: