Adam Lambert reveals what type of guy he goes for...
Adam Lambert has revealed what type of guy he goes for, and the nearest description seems to be: otters.
The Ghost Town singer was appearing on What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on Monday night (May 18) when a caller asked him what he looks for in a guy.
"If I knew, I’d probably be dating somebody!" the former Attitude cover guy joked.
"I think you get into your 30s and all the sudden you don’t know anything about anything and you’re okay with it."
Host Andy Cohen - who you can see more of in the latest issue of Attitude - then asked if the 33-year-old was a fan of twinks.
"Sometimes," Lambert replied. "Not so much bear, more younger."
Cohen asked: "Smooth or hairier?" to which Lambert said: "Somewhere in the middle."
"Which is an otter, right?!" he added.
The star also spoke about his intitial concern that new single Ghost Town, for which he recently unveiled the moody new video, shares the same name as Madonna's new single.
'"My song was already done and mixed, and we decided it was the first single," he said.
"I opened my album and I see her album, because of the leaks, came out early. I see Ghosttown and I was like, 'What are the chances?!'
"I’m a big Madonna fan and I didn’t want anyone to think I was coming for her! You know how the gays get!"
Lambert recently admitted that he'd been involved with "a few" closeted Hollywood celebrities while we recently counted down the hottest topless moments from Andy Cohen's show - click here to take a look.
Ghost Town is the first single to be taken from Adam's upcoming new album The Original High, will be released on June 7 in the UK. The album will follow a week later on June 15.
Meanwhile, you can still grab the Adam-featured issue of Attitude from earlier this year, which is available to download to your mobile, iPad or tablet device now at Pocketmags.com/Attitude.
Watch the interview in full below:
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