Adam Lambert has hosted a 'pizza and film night' for LGBTQ youth in London.
The Queen frontman, 38, joined members of the Mosaic LGBT+ Young Persons’ Trust in the capital on Thursday (10 September) to hear about their experiences and share some of his own advice as a gay man and founder of the Feel Something Foundation, which supports LGBTQ groups and initiatives.
Wearing a mask bearing the words 'Black Lives Matter', Lambert, who previously visited the Mosaic Trust's youth centre in 2018, discussed the important of community support as he heard how the group helps to give LGBTQ confidence and a chance to make friends.
"It’s so great to come back to London and see how this amazing group of young people are doing", said Lambert, who released his fourth studio album, Velvet, earlier this year.
"Mosaic does incredible work and it was super inspiring to hear how it really had changed their lives, growing their confidence and ensuring they’re truly proud of their identities.
"The world needs support systems like this more than ever during these crazy times, and from the stories shared by some of the members last night, Mosaic have been amazing in prioritising the group’s wellbeing."
You can find out more about the Mosaic Trust here.