Adam Lambert heals his broken heart with wine and weed

NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 03: Singer Adam Lambert performs in concert at Terminal 5 on March 3, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Noam Galai/Getty Images)

The openly gay pop-rock star does not deny that he used to be addicted to illegal substances which he took to escape love life struggling. Speaking to Flaunt, he confessed to using “wine and weed” when his heart was broken. Though he admits it was a tricky balance and he was pushed further into darkness. His last genuine high-profile romance was with was with Finnish entertainment reporter, Sauli Koskinen. Adam said that he invested himself fully in it but got nothing in return and it hurt him. “If you’re driven, which you have to be, you’re constantly looking for the next thing and it’s hard to feel satisfied. So I’m starting to challenge myself to appreciate where I’m at in the moment more,” the guest vocalist of Queen concluded. Fans had been concerned he was trying to replace the original Freddie Mercury. Talking to Time Magazine, Lambert made sure that everyone knows that he is not trying to take the place of the late Freddie Mercury. At some point every night I talk to the audience about it, like, “I know. I’m not Freddie. I’m not trying to replace him. It’s more a celebration of the legacy of the band – that’s the heart of the show.”


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