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26 comments to “Adam Lambert Clarifies Cruel Les Misérables Critique”

  1. Tracy says – reply to this


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    He wasn't cruel, nor did he change his tune. You know that.



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    Re: Tracy – Totally agree. No change of tune at all. He is seeing this performance from the viewpoint of a Broadway performer - that is not the average viewer. His response is very similar to the response of ballerinas to Black Swan.



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    I agree I don't think his comments were cruel, which is why Russell Crowe didn't take them that way. I think his points are accurate, I absolutely love Les Mis, and in the show the singers are beyond amazing. But I guess you have to compromise for the big screen if you also need that amazing acting talent. That being said I still loved all the singing in the movie, so so glad they kept it raw, it's worth the little imperfect singing to keep that emotion.

  4. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Yeah, he's a big voiced singer, so his liking that stands to reason. On film, emoting appropriately matters. I love Russell Crowe, Pavarotti or no.



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    Everyone hates you Hilton



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    what a fake ass fucker, he owes his makeup and stylist all of his money, like manson, NO TAlent, no personality, just ugly fucken makeup and attitude.

  7. barb says – reply to this


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    Of course he reworded his comments…..don't tick of people who may give you another job on Broadway someday, should you need one. I think that's called "kiss-up". I think the lesson is…especially when you are trying to carve out a niche in the world of music….be careful what you say to an interviewer. They can hang you!!!!! And yes Tracey, he did change his tune…he's not stupid, just careless with what he says.



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    Well here's what the New York Times said today about Les Mis. Here we have some actual slams — and their views on the singing performances are so very simlar! This stuff about Lambert being cruel and slamming was BS from the start, became a hugely distorted media extravaganza — and for what? Opinions about singing? Only certain people can have them apparently.



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    Still not caring what he thinks. I enjoyed the movie. Case closed.

  10. Lizzibanne says – reply to this


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    I really don't see his comments as being "cruel" but I also don't understand why he felt the need to comment on something that has nothing to do with him. Has he sold anything…ever? He is completely irrelevant in the music world.

  11. slynnc says – reply to this


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    Re: raypearson – No talent, no personality? Well you've just proven how little you really know about Adam.

  12. KMKolsch says – reply to this


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    There is nothing fake about Adam Lambert. He is the best live performer in the music industry today. If anyone can judge singing he can. I agree with his opinion.

  13. Sue says – reply to this


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    Adam Lambert has a right to his damn opinion, nothing he said was cruel. He was right what he said! He grown up in theatre, and he absolutely loved this opera growing up, he said he did not mean to be harsh! He has a great personality one of the nicest people out there he constantly complements people In the industry. He also has sold very many albums, sold over 2 million of the first album over 5 million singles, but many more abroad! His second album was no. 1, he is bigger abroad but I mean he is really big abroad, huge in Asia he there in Vietnam nam, doing a huge concert! He was met by a huge adoring crowd at the air port! He one of the nicest people to his fans, so kind always stop for a hug! The man is a huge talent! I buy any and every song, album he puts out! He was talking to his fans and the world picked it up, shows he not a nobody no one would post it all over the world! He a huge talent, ahas a great personality, this was his favorite opera, he was used to theatre vocals, and did not mean to be harsh! Critics are saying same thing! I love Adam lambert! Perez Hilton is the jerk here! Sue



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    SINGING alone. What's more important - we ALL have a right to peacefully state our opinion - that's EXACTLY what Adam did. He doesn't have a mean bone in his body, and his comments were in NO WAY cruel. He made sure to talk about what he liked about the movie multiple times. I think that says a lot. I think it's ridiculous how media tries to make the sweet Adam out to be some nasty wanna be film critic, after stating his FAIR, QUALIFIED, and HONEST opinion (in a RESPECTFUL way) of one single movie. What's also pretty funny - Perez seems to still think he's relevant?

  15. barbls says – reply to this


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    Perez you come across as being so jealous of Adam Lambert! Is it because he is so talented, gorgeous, charismatic, and can state and has a right to state an intelligent opinion! Your arrogance makes you laughable! As one commenter stated about Adam's Les Miserables critique: "As an aside…. Maybe they should make Lambert an entertainment critic. I just did a quick Google search and found this story around the globe (even in Russia & Belarus). It appears the review of one lone singer holds more weight than the LA Times or The New York Post." Eat your heart out Perez as Adam's critique went viral around the world and even the New York Times as well as many other movie critics agreed with Adam!!



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    god, could he look any MORE like a total tool? what the fuck, AL?!

  17. Marty says – reply to this


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    My new favorite thing is reading Glambert comments - way more entertaining than anything Adam says. ICU Kerry K. Are you writing a new book about how Adam is unfairly treated in the media because Arkansas has learned how to power-comment across the internet? LOL.

  18. barbls says – reply to this


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    Re: Marty – Have you looked into the mirror lately, That is what a tool looks like! You fill the bill beautifully!!

  19. Trish says – reply to this


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    Adam shared his opinion on a movie he saw with his fans, as he often does. How is this even news????



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    Anyone notice how much he looks like Aziz here? If his hair was only shock blonde and he was in drag…..they would be twins.

  21. Seto says – reply to this


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    Keep the facial hair Adam ;)

  22. yeahok says – reply to this


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    of course he's entitled to his opinion. but he comes across as condescending. acting like he can critique professional actors on their singing, when the only thing he can do is belt out the last verse in a high pitched tone.

  23. Sofia says – reply to this


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    You're an idiot, Perez.



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    THIS WEBSITE IS ALMOST AS BAD AS GRAZIA.UK
    (hi.joopsy)

  25. Common sense says – reply to this


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    If he didn't drink so much he wouldn't make dumb comments he has to amend later.

  26. Anna says – reply to this


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    You can be such a bully sometimes, you know that, right? He was criticizing it as a Broadway performer, and he was right. I love Lambert, I love Broadway, and I love the film adaptation of Les Mis. But when actors who don't sing professionally take up roles where people are used to hearing professional Broadway artists, you're going to notice a difference. He has every right to voice his own opinion, even if you mightn't agree with it.