News, Culture & Society

Adam Lambert reveals US summer tour with Christina Aguilera was canceled due to COVID-19

Adam Lambert reveals US summer tour with Christina Aguilera was canceled due to COVID-19

Grammy nominee Adam Lambert had planned on teaming up with five-time Grammy winner Christina Aguilera for a summer tour of the States, but COVID-19 put a stop to it.

‘Big venues too!’ the 38-year-old American Idol 8 runner-up tweeted on Sunday.

‘But unfortunately everything went into Lock Down before we were ready to announce. Y’all know I’m an OG Christina Aguilera fan. Red heart waiting time see if we can reschedule it!’  

Five-time Grammy winner Christina Aguilera pictured March 10

‘Big venues too!’ Grammy nominee Adam Lambert had planned on teaming up with five-time Grammy winner Christina Aguilera for a summer US tour, but COVID-19 put a stop to it

Adam was responding to four-time Grammy nominee Claude Kelly’s YouTube Live clip from Friday where he revealed Lambert recorded an early demo of his song, Just a Fool.

The 39-year-old pop diva eventually won out, recording Claude’s 2012 duet with her fellow coach on NBC’s The Voice, Blake Shelton.

‘Yooooo this would be a SHOW show!’ the 40-year-old hitmaker replied on Sunday. ‘Hey Adam! Call me when y’all need that duet to take the tour over the top!’ 

Kelly previously co-wrote the Indiana-born belter’s 2009 track For Your Entertainment and his 2011 track Better Than I Know Myself. 

The 38-year-old American Idol 8 runner-up tweeted on Sunday: 'But unfortunately everything went into Lock Down before we were ready to announce. Y'all know I'm an OG Christina Aguilera fan. Red heart waiting time see if we can reschedule it!'

The 38-year-old American Idol 8 runner-up tweeted on Sunday: ‘But unfortunately everything went into Lock Down before we were ready to announce. Y’all know I’m an OG Christina Aguilera fan. Red heart waiting time see if we can reschedule it!’

'He killed it!' Adam was responding to four-time Grammy nominee Claude Kelly's YouTube Live clip from Friday where he revealed Lambert recorded an early demo of his song, Just a Fool

‘He killed it!’ Adam was responding to four-time Grammy nominee Claude Kelly’s YouTube Live clip from Friday where he revealed Lambert recorded an early demo of his song, Just a Fool

Remember? The 39-year-old pop diva eventually won out, recording Claude's 2012 duet with her fellow coach on NBC's The Voice, Blake Shelton

Remember? The 39-year-old pop diva eventually won out, recording Claude’s 2012 duet with her fellow coach on NBC’s The Voice, Blake Shelton

The 40-year-old hitmaker replied: 'Yooooo this would be a SHOW show! Hey Adam! Call me when y'all need that duet to take the tour over the top!'

The 40-year-old hitmaker replied: ‘Yooooo this would be a SHOW show! Hey Adam! Call me when y’all need that duet to take the tour over the top!’

And Claude has co-wrote nine of Christina’s songs spanning over three albums – Bionic, Burlesque, and Lotus.

Last Thursday, Adam reunited remotely with his Queen bandmates Brian May and Roger Taylor to record “You Are the Champions” dedicated to workers on the frontline fighting coronavirus.

All proceeds made from the reimagining of their 1977 arena hit We Are the Champions will benefit the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for The World Health Organization.

The fast-spreading respiratory illness forced Queen to postpone their European tour dates this summer, and Lambert was forced to postpone five April shows at the Venetian Las Vegas.

Charitable band: Last Thursday, the Indiana-born belter reunited remotely with his Queen bandmates Brian May (L) and Roger Taylor (R) to record "You Are the Champions" dedicated to workers on the frontline fighting coronavirus

Charitable band: Last Thursday, the Indiana-born belter reunited remotely with his Queen bandmates Brian May (L) and Roger Taylor (R) to record “You Are the Champions” dedicated to workers on the frontline fighting coronavirus

Remix: All proceeds made from the reimagining of their 1977 arena hit We Are the Champions will benefit the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for The World Health Organization

Remix: All proceeds made from the reimagining of their 1977 arena hit We Are the Champions will benefit the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for The World Health Organization



Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


Comments are closed.