Regardless, the Idol alum is speaking extremely candidly about his past drug use with the media opposed to pretending that part of his life never occurred!
I went wild and I was experimenting with certain substances… At 26 I started running with hippies, going to underground events, I was really drawn to that crowd, everyone embraced each other’s differences. It didn’t get to the stage where it ruined my life or where it was anything too serious but it was definitely something I tried.
There are certain drugs out there that are really fun and recreational and can mean a good time. I’m not an advocate for drugs but it is all rock and roll and we are all adults.
We think these two would have an appreciation for each other!
Adam Lambert recently commented on the controversy surrounding Olympic figure skater Johnny Weir, commending him for being a "trailblazer." Says Adam:
"I'm glad he's a trailblazer. He's comfortable in his own skin, clearly. And he's expressing himself. I think that's what art's all about. Whenever you do something that hasn't really been done…You're going to get love. [And] You're going to get hate."
As for Johnny he hasn't let the BS get him down. When asked about the homophobic remarks made during his performance by Canadian broadcasters he responded:
"Every little boy should be so lucky as to turn into me. And that's all I have to say."
To coincide with the release of her new prison memoir, Turning the Tables:From Housewife to Inmate and Back, Tre chatted with ABC News for her first sit-down interview out Tuesday to talk about what she's been through.
During the discussion, the 43-year-old opened up even more about her current financial situation as well as whether or not she knew she was ever breaking the law!
Ch-ch-check out the reality star's revealing interview with ABC (below)!!!