At any given time, it's hard to hide a 6-foot-1-inch man wearing eyeliner. It's even more difficult when that man is Adam Lambert and you're trying to prevent 2,400 middle school students from discovering that he's set foot on their campus.
â¢ Glam rocker Adam Lambert kept the emphasis on "glam" during a day of pampering and shopping at the Ole Henriksen Face/Body spa in Los Angeles recently. The American Idol runner-up stopped by for an eight-step purifying complexion treatment ($115), then hit up the store where he dropped $165 on products like the Roll Blemish Attack, Aloe Vera Cleanser and the Balancing Cucumber Tonic.
As far as ABC is concerned, the controversy surrounding Adam Lambert still hasn't cooled down enough for him to be handled. For the second time, the network has cancelled an appearance by the onetime American Idol favorite.
Going into the eighth season finale of "American Idol," Adam Lambert looks like the favorite against competitor Kris Allen. But should Lambert even be on the show, since he has performed professionally in the national Broadway tour of "Wicked"?