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Pop / Rock 03/07/2010

Uk Fans Pull Your Best Adam Lambert Face And The Winner Getting To Meet Your Idol!

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LONDON, UK (Top40 Charts/ Adam Lambert Official Website) - Adam Lambert is currently wowing live audiences in the US with his Glam Nation Tour as his second UK single Whataya Want From Me continues to climb up both the Official UK chart and iTunes top 100. Due to his tour commitments he's unable to come to the UK but has decided to have some fun with his UK fans asking them to go glam and pull their best Lambert face with the winner getting to meet their idol via a Skype chat.

If you think you've got the Adam Lambert look go to
https://www.adamofficial.com/uk/lookalikesignup to enter the competition.

Adam Lambert releases his new single Whataya Want from Me on July 19th. Written by P!nk and Max Martin, this epic worldwide smash has already topped the charts the globe over including top 10 in the US (platinum sales), number 1 in Canada (double platinum sales) and number 1 in Asia, Germany and Finland. The video was directed by Diane Martel (Alicia, Britney Spears, The Killers).

Whataya Want From Me is available now to download and will be released as a download single and 2 x CD singles on 19th July in the UK.






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