Adam Lambert wants to find love Image: Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Singer Adam Lambert has opened up about his search for love and says he's ready to settle down. The openly-gay star, who is releasing his new album The Original High, claims he started dating later on in life and hasn't been focusing on finding a partner but feels it could help him feel fulfilled.
Speaking to Mirror Celeb, he said: A relationship could solve it, everybody wants love and to love back, relationships are tricky but everyone wants to have their heart taken care of.
Adam Lambert is looking for love "I want that deeper heart connection but I'm travelling a lot, it's difficult, so I'm dating my album actually, we're in a monogamous relationship.
My game is whack. I'm working on it. I want to be open to different types of people. Getty "I'm trying to not be as shallow, it's easy to be, but I'm trying to fight the shallowness and look for things that mean a little bit more that you can build a real relationship on. Do you know anybody? The year-old singer, who has worked with Tove Lo on his new record, also enlisted the help of Brian May after his tour with Queen and spoke about his time working with the band.
Brian May features on his new album Image: Getty "I love Brian, he's a breeze [in the studio]," he said.
And Roger too, they're like family now, it feels very comfortable with them. We realise there's a bit of a generation gap. I definitely asked them a lot about Queen folklore and we all got along. We'd open a bottle of something and eat dinner and laugh, we had our bonding moments. Getty He revealed the pair still love to party but are also "intelligent, world-travelled men" who often discussed world issues and politics. Asked what the wildest night with them was, he said: I found a club there and we had a room of our own, it was, um, very Dutch.
These are rock stars, they like to have a good time, they know how it's done. They've told me a lot of stories about him, it sounds like he was a lot of fun.
The pursuit of happiness. I don't care what number it gets to, I just want people to hear it. Radio play is the main thing for that.