Adam Lambert on music, sexuality and working with Lady Gaga

"It would nice to see more visiblity, I think that's the big step," gay singer tells Xtra

During a recent stop in Toronto, pop star Adam Lambert sat down for an interview with Xtra.

The singer talked music, sexuality and what it was like to work with Pink and Lady Gaga.

“Being an out, mainstream, visible artist in the music industry isn’t very common these days, so of course the media is going to sensationalize it and talk about it a lot,” says Lambert. “If there’s any drawback to that, it’s that sometimes that overshadows the fact that I’m a singer and a musician.”

If he could cover one Lady Gaga song, what would it be? “Speechless.” Watch below to find out why:

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