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article imageAdam Lambert honors James Corden's 50th show, sings Queen classic

By Markos Papadatos     Jul 19, 2015 in Music
Grammy nominated pop star Adam Lambert paid tribute to TV host James Corden for his 50th show, by singing him a paraphrased Queen classic.
Corden is the host of The Late Late Show with James Corden. Lambert's serenade was in the style of rock band Queen's "We Are the Champions," yet he titled it "He is James Corden."
"It's your 50th show. Congratulations. Now, I decided I would prepare something very special for you. Are you ready for this?" Lambert asked, prior to breaking into the special version of "We Are The Champions."
Corden was in awe of the tribute and Lambert's performance that he invited him to sing his latest radio single "Ghost Town," which is off his latest album, The Original High, and Lambert fulfilled that request, where has the studio audience clapping and dancing along, as they waved their hands up in the air, and as the stage was graced in green laser lights.
For more information on pop sensation Adam Lambert, check out his official website.
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