The American Idol star is causing quite the stir in Singapore, after petitions urge the cancelation of his show ahead of New Year's Eve.
Adam Lambert may be one of the newest and hottest singers around. After his "American Idol" appearances and countless concerts, he's easily become a staple in pop music.
However, it looks like not everyone is pleased with the singer's controversial, at time sexual performances. Adam is due for a live show in Singapore for the country's biggest New Year's Eve event.
According to Huffington Post, protesters are urging the concert organizers and the government to cancel Adam's performance. They believe that the openly gay singer doesn't align with Singpoarean values. The petition has garnered over 14,000 signatures. Meanwhile, a counter-petition has collected 11,000 signatures.
On the other hand, Lambert's supporters say that it is about time Singapore show that they are pro-diversity and anti-discrimination.
Sex between two men in the country is illegal.
Organizers insist that Adam will perform for the event and that the show will live up to broadcast regulations and would suit family audiences.