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Review: Adam Lambert delivers magical performance of ‘Closer to You’ (Includes first-hand account)

Lambert was able to dazzle the Stage 56 audience with a superb and expression live version of “Closer to You” on The Late Late Show with James Corden. He embodies the song’s lyrics and was able to convey a wide spectrum of emotions.

Particularly impressive about this tune is that Camila Grey accompanied Lambert on the piano, which helped elevate the song to a higher level. It was stunning all around, and it resonated well with his fans and listeners.

Equally amazing was Lambert’s recent performance of “Superpower” on The Talk.

The Verdict

Overall, Adam Lambert was able to send chills down his listeners’ spines with his dynamic version of “Closer to You.” Lambert was not afraid to be raw and vulnerable. This spell-binding live performance on The Late Late Show with James Corden garnered two giant thumbs up. Lambert is more than worthy of Grammy recognition for his talent. It is evident that the future of the music business is in good hands: Adam Lambert’s hands.

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Markos Papadatos is Digital Journal's Editor-at-Large for Music News. Papadatos is a Greek-American journalist and educator that has authored over 15,000 original articles over the past 15 years. He is a consecutive five-time "Best of Long Island" winner that has won such categories as "Best Author," "Best Blogger," "Best Poet," "Best Twitter Account" and the coveted "Best Long Island Personality" twice.

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