Weiner Brothers announced earlier today that an agreement has been reached for Adam Lambert's upcoming US tour, squashing rumors that Demi Lovato dumped him in exchange for Nick Jonas and that Lambert would be opening for Salena Gomez. Lambert was concerned that his older fans, called "Sparkle Cows" would not be welcomed by Salena's younger fans and that his flaming erotic performances, along with his constant cursing would be offensive, inappropriate, and creepy to her young fans.
In an effort to attract more older, gay males, Lambert is tapping Cher to collaborate with him. Rather than the tour having an opening act and a headliner, the format will more closely resemble a variety show, complete with outlandish costumes, theatrical sets and of course some terrific music. Both artists, having a talent for comedy, want to also include some comedic sketches. This is good news for Lambert's fans, known as the "Glamberts", who have been campaigning to get him on "Saturday Night Live" as both the host and musical guest.
Cher and Lambert, known in the industry as "Cherbert", will reportedly be in the studio next week to work on a song that they plan to record and perform together. The song is said to be a mashup of Sonny and Cher's "A Cowboy's Work Is Never Done" and Lambert's current single "Ghost Town." A portion of the proceeds from the single will go to a newly formed charity that helps families of retired, disabled and deceased cowboys. Cher, who is now a Vegan and advocate for the elimination of rodeos, has compassion for the cowboys who have lost their jobs, were injured or have passed away.
Lambert, who is openly gay, has filled the big gay shoes of Freddie Mercury, fronting Queen for a world tour. Lambert quipped, "I hope the fans liked the fit of Freddie's big shoes on me, but I may not be able to stuff myself into Sonny Bono's tiny shoes." Lambert and some of his drag queen friends have been binge watching old "Sonny and Cher" shows to prepare for the tour. Lambert's multi-octave voice is well suited to perform the eclectic Bono catalog and he became aware of Cher's popularity in the gay community when he performed Cher's "Believe" during the opening rounds of American Idol. Unfortunately Cher's big gay fan base support was not enough to give Lambert the Idol title and he finished in second place to some other guy.
Tickets will only be available through resale (scalper) outlets and will go on sale some time before the end of the year(ish).
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