The ban from ABC of Adam Lambert appears to be lifted. Well, at least for one performance. The American Idol contestant will appear on "The View" on December 10th.
He will do an interview and a performance on the talk show. I have a feeling ABC wants a public apology from him on their own network. I am sure he will get it but I still don't think it will change him not being on Jimmy Kimmel or ABC's new years Rockin Eve with Dick Clark.
What do you think of ABC's about face on letting him back on the network? Glambert? More like Lamebert lately.-Dr.FB
The "backlash" over Adam Lambert's American Music Award performance continue. ABC has pulled him from their New Years Eve special and Jimmy Kimmel.
Adam says he is not mad at the network or Kimmel and says it is due to FCC pressure. Adam will be performing on Leno later this month so obviously, NBC is either not feeling the pressure or is just not bucking down.
Maybe in hindsight, it wasn't the smartest thing to pull what he pulled at the AMA's. It now seems the FCC has it's new posterboy for wardrobe malfunctions by going after performers who go "off script" as they are calling it.
ABC will now have artists sign contracts they will stick to what they do during rehearsal. I champion artistic expression and this seems lame. It proves all it takes is one person to change things for everyone. Sometimes, not the result everyone wanted.-Dr.FB