Adam Lambert is willing to perform with Queen at the Glastonbury as the “American Idol” alum said that he’s also willing to collaborate with Robbie Williams for a track.
“Why do we even care about the rumors baby? I don’t know!” he told Bang Showbiz, per NME .”That’s the first time hearing of it so I don’t know. If they invited me, yes of course I would.”
The rumors about Queen + Adam Lambert headlining the 2016 Glastonbury have been circulating for a while now, even if guitarist Brian May is not too optimistic about that happening after the band opted out last year due to the “American Idol” alum’s schedule.
“Look these things get put on the table, it would be interesting to do Glastonbury if we were an operational unit at the time,” he said. “You see this year Adam’s off doing his solo work at the moment so it wouldn’t have worked. You only look at things that are possible logistically at the time.”
Meanwhile, Adam Lambert has heard Robbie Williams’ comments about doing a collaboration with the “American Idol” alum.
“I’ve heard Robbie’s comments, it was very sweet of him. I’m a fan of Robbie, I think he’s really cool,” he told Digital Spy . “I’d be down for a collaboration with Robbie Williams.”
During a recent radio interview, the “Rock DJ” hitmaker complimented the Queen frontman for his talent and good looks.
“On the TV he’s really, really beautiful, he’s stunning and he’s got the most amazing voice. I should sing something with him,” he said.
The Queen + Adam Lambert will continue on its US tour beginning at the Revention Music Center in Houston Texas on Oct. 28, then to Chicago, IL a day later. On Nov. 6, the group will head to the Napa Valley in California before going to Phoenix, Arizona on Dec. 3.