Adam Lambert strikes a blow for good phone manners
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Adam Lambert is no stranger to going against the cultural grain. Even if that cultural grain is the one that makes people think it’s OK to talk on a cellphone any dang place they happen to get a call.
Including in the middle of an intimate, live acoustic music performance.
Lambert was recording a set Monday for Iheartradio’s Stripped series when phone-yapping from the audience apparently distracted him enough that he stopped the song and asked (politely, mind you) that the person end the call.
‘You’re not watching TV, honey, it’s a live show!’
Watch the video. It’s short -- and very sweet.
-- Christie D’Zurilla
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