Adam Lambert Teams Up With the Trevor Project + Offers Special VIP Concert to Contest Winners
After receiving criticism for not doing enough work for gay rights to nab his coveted GLAAD Award, Adam Lambert rolled his perfectly lined eyes, muttered "Whataya want from me?" and went right back to promoting the cause.
The Examiner reports that Lambert is working with AT&T and the Trevor Project for their 'Live Proud' campaign, offering VIP packages to contest winners who support and empower the LGBTQ community.
Ten winners will score a meet and greet and a private concert at an intimate Los Angeles venue with the 'American Idol' alum, with travel accommodations included. Interested in being one of those lucky few? Just submit an image or story that represents an AT&T Live Proud moment to the Live Proud Facebook page.
The Trevor Project focuses on crisis intervention and suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth, and AT&T will donate $25,000 to $50,000 to the cause based on fan participation, so get cracking, Glamberts!
Oh, and Norm Kent? Eat crow, sir. Eat crow.