Hey Glambs –this is going to be a very special week for us. We’ll be celebrating the holiday with our families and friends remembering everything we have to be thankful for. And in this troubled economic time, we might have to dig a little deeper. At your Thanksgiving dinner table, does everyone join hands and say something special that they’re thankful for? At my table I’ll be including Adam, my new friends via Adam and this web site, even if it’s a silent remembrance so as to not further irk those who love me and put up with my obsession and devotion.
Tonight is the debut of E! True Hollywood Story featuring Adam Lambert. This will play several times through the end of the month, and longer probably. Don’t you think it’s ironic that the debut is opposite of this year’s American Music Awards?!? The one they’ve been hyping with reference to last year’s big surpise that they won’t name or show among their clips!
To start your Thanksgiving off, here’s a preview of tonight’s Adam Lambert’s E! True Hollywood Story!
The following story came from a local San Diego paper. It sounds like Adam will be completely open as usual, hopefully giving us some new surprises. I’m so excited to learn they’ll be showing film from the San Diego stop of his Glam Nation Tour and everyone who watches will get to see what we’ve been ogling about since June!
~ Carol ~
From the North County Times; story by Pam Kragen:
North County-bred pop star Adam Lambert is the subject of an “E! True Hollywood Story” profile that will premiere at 9 p.m. Sunday on the E! cable network.
The one-hour documentary features interviews with Lambert, his family, his drama and singing teachers at Mt. Carmel High School, music journalists, “American Idol” judge Randy Jackson, best friend Danielle Stori and many others, along with footage captured during Lambert’s sold-out concert last July in San Diego.
The special has been kept under tight wraps this month. Even Lambert’s mother, Leila, said last week that she hasn’t seen the program and will be forced to tape it when it airs, because she is flying this weekend to Paris, where she’ll spend Thanksgiving week with her sons (Adam is touring Europe this fall and his younger brother, Neil, is on his tour production crew).
“The producer, Michael Lynn, is very excited and passionate about the project and said the final production is wonderful,” Leila Lambert said. “I was able to share so many videos and photographs that have never been released before, so I think it will be refreshing. I have spoken with many people who were interviewed, and they said it was so enjoyable talking about Adam and his success story.”
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