Adam Lambert Is the Biggest Diva of Them All in New “VH1 Divas” Promo
Adam Lambert has the honor of hosting this year’s installment of VH1 Divas, set to air on Sunday, December 16 at 9 p.m. EST. Featuring artists like Ciara, Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato, Kelly Rowland and Jordin Sparks, with planned tributes to both Whitney Houston and Donna Summer, hardcore Glambert fans might feel that Lambert himself is long overdue in receiving such publicized recognition from his peers, particularly when he’s already proven his ability to deliver a show-stopping performance in memory of the Queen of Disco.
But you’re not focusing on the positives here! Hosting means Adam will get more stage time than all of this year’s featured performers put together. Given his gift of the gab and proven affable television personality, we’re confident he’ll put a spin on almost all of his previously rehearsed dialogue. And most importantly, new promos for the upcoming event reveal that The Glam One’s glass-shattering vocals will not be relegated to teleprompter sentences or post-show karaoke. Clearly producers understand that his pipes, applicable whether he’s leading live performances with Queen or providing holiday entertainment to those truth-averse beauties in Rosewood, are not to be wasted.
Watch not one but three different VH1 Divas clips featuring Adam looking camera-ready and unflappable in a flawless black tux. Yes, Christmas came early this year, Glamberts.
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