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Glam rocker Adam Lambert took the stage at the recent New Now Next Awards with a rousing performance of “Trespassing” – title track from his highly anticipated sophomore album which is due on May 15.
The star-studded event — which celebrates achievements in the LGBT community — took place at the W Hotel in L.A on Thursday evening. Set to air on LOGO on Monday, April 9 at 10 PM EST. Other stars in attendance included Hunger Games’ Josh Hutcherson, Neon Hitch, Neon Trees, Rye Rye, and event host Kelly Osbourne.
Check out Adam Lambert’s live performance of “Trespassing” [VIDEO]
Adam Lambert posted the tracklist of his latest album ‘Trespassing‘ which reveals 15 brand new songs, like “Pop That Lock,” “Broken English,” “Nirvana,” “Underneath,” and a few of the songs we’ve already know like “Better Than I Know Myself,” “Cuckoo,” “Naked Love,” “Never Close Our Eyes,” “Outlaws Of Love,” and “Chokehold.”
Trespassing is due in stores on May 15.
Here is the deluxe edition tracklisting for Trespassing below:
- Never Close Our Eyes
- Kickin In
- Naked Love
- Pop That Lock
- Better Than I Know Myself
- Broken English
- Outlaws Of Love
- Take Back
“In a tradition that goes back almost as long as American Idol has been on the air, several fan favorites from seasons past will perform on the show this year as a new group of hopefuls look on and marvel at their potential future.
Among the alums slated to appear are season 8′s Adam Lambert, season 10 runner-up and newly minted country star Lauren Alaina and fourth place finalist James Durbin and season 5′s Chris Daughtry, who will debut his new single from the album Break The Spell, “Outta My Head,” on the March 15 episode.”
Are you excited to see these artists perform on Idol stage again? Who do you want to visit the show again and perform? Tell us below.
Finally, the lead single off his upcoming album ‘Trespassing,’ Adam Lambert premieres the full-length ‘Better Than I Know Myself’ music video today, Feb. 3.
The ‘American Idol’ runner-up portrays two different characters in the Ray Kay-directed video. A glamorous but tortured rock star, who throws household objects and chugs hard liquor and the second version of the star is a stripped-down, calm and quiet writer. [via AOL]
Pretty good song. Watch the video premiere: