Adam Lambert finally confirms his sexuality in the new issue of Rolling Stone (on stands tomorrow). "I don't think it should be a surprise for anyone to hear that I'm gay," the American Idol runner-up says.Good for Lambert choosing not to be a "civil rights leader" (tho the continual use of gays talking about "civil rights" irks me, as it should all Blacks), because the Gay Mafia bullies will certainly pressure him to step up and represent the wants of the gay agenda. But really did anyone not know this kid was gay? And in this "tolerant" world hasn't "coming out the closet" gotten kind of lame? Funny that.
"I'm proud of my sexuality," continues the rocker, who was photographed holding hands with interior designer Drake LaBry earlier this month. "I embrace it. It's just another part of me."
But Lambert, 27, from San Diego -- who performed Sam Cooke's "A Change Is Gonna Come" on the Idol finale -- says he's not the poster boy for gay rights. "I'm trying to be a singer, not a civil rights leader," he tells RS contributor Vanessa Grigoriadis.