Well congratulations, Mr Adam Lambert.
Not only did he pick up a Unity Award last night in America – acknowledging his peaceful message through music – but he also delivered a killer performance alongside Sam Sparro and music legend Nile Rodgers.
The trio performed Shady, a track which they collaborated on for Adam’s recent Trespassing album, at New York’s Hammerstein Ballroom.
How did such a musical partnership come to blossom? Nile told the crowd attending the We Are Family Foundation charity bash last night that it all “started with a tweet”. Wow, the power of Twitter.
Adam recently turned 31 and asked fans to donate money to the charity in honour of his birthday. He’s so far raised over $41,000 for the organisation.
Watch the performance below. Do you think Shady should be a future single? We do, it’s pretty epic… (Source