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Adam Lambert talks Queen on BBC Breakfast show

Adam Lambert has spoken more about fronting Queen whilst appearing on BBC's Breakfast show this morning (June 27).

The singer is in the UK rehearsing for his summer dates as Queen's temporary singer whilst simultaneously promoting his new solo material.

Lambert appeared on BBC Breakfast today and he spoke openly about working with Queen.

When asked if there are two versions of Adam Lambert - a rockier one and a more dance orientated one - the singer replied:

"It's one. I like to think that I can sing different stuff, and as long as I'm getting the green light from Queen I feel like I'm doing something right. During rehearsals I was very sensitive to not straying too far from the original, but also making it my own. They have been very helpful in making sure there is a nice balance between the two."

Lambert meanwhile took to Twitter soon after his appearance to thank fans for waiting outside for him - but he also criticised those who might have been after getting merchandise signed to sell on eBay. He said:

"Loved seeing fans out front!! You're all so sweet! U pesky boys tryin to get me to sign sh*t for u to sell on eBay? Exploit someone else!"




Watch Adam Lambert on BBC Breakfast below: