Adam Lambert: Performs UK concert with Queen
Popular popstar Adam Lambert performed the first of his three UK concerts with Queen in London on July 11 night.
(Pictured left. Check out the video below.)
The artist took to the stage at London's Hammersmith Apollo with Brian May and Roger Taylor to sing the band's biggest hits.
The 30-year-old, who was personally chosen by May to stand in for the late Freddie Mercury, wore platform boots and a leather jacket adorned with silver chains as he opened with 'Seven Seas of Rhye'.
Later, lambert performed a selection of the band's most notable songs which were well-received by the crowd, including 'Bohemian Rhapsody', 'We Are The Champions', Radio Ga Ga' and 'Who Wants To Live Forever'.
While discussing the show with Digital Spy, he recently said: "I still can't believe we're doing this. It'll sink in eventually!
"They're such sweet guys - almost paternal - and they're doing this for the right reasons. They love what they do and they want to keep giving to the fans."
When asked if he would like to record a song with the group, he revealed: "Definitely. I wouldn't be opposed to that if the opportunity came along. I think it'd be fun."
Adam will take to the stage again tonight (July 12) and again on Saturday, July 14.
The singer's new album Trespassing is out now and currently on course to chart inside the top ten.