Glamberace Is Not The New Freddie Mercury
There's a hurtful, soul-murdering rumor going around that's making staches frown and rhinestones cry. The Daily Star, an esteemed British journal that tops The Daily Mail as the most reputable news source in the world, has threatened all of us by publishing a story today that claims Glamberace will screech his nipples off as the new leader singer of Queen. The quote they used from Glamberace has been scientifically proven to cause a bitch to slowly wall slide while letting out a silent cry of noooooooos.
"The intention is to pay tribute to Freddie and the band by singing some fucking great songs. It's to keep the music alive for the fans and give it an energy that Freddie would've been proud of."
Don't fall against the wall just yet, because apparently The Daily Star lifted this quote from a press conference for the 2011 MTV EMAs. Glamberace performed with Queen at the EMAs that year. Queen's label, Hollywood Records, told Rolling Stone that Glambace is not slipping into Freddie Mercury's latex ass huggers, but he might perform with them for one or two dates:
"The Daily Star item only mentions that Adam may perform with Queen at Sonisphere. This is not confirmed. Nothing has been signed. However, if this were to happen, Queen would be returning to the setting of their final concert with Freddie Mercury, which took place in 1986."
So put a handful of glitter in your mouth and exhale out a glittery sigh of relief, because we've just dodged THE WORST THING THAT WOULD'VE EVER HAPPENED TO MUSIC!!!!!! Okay, okay, maybe I'm turning on the dramatic cunt theatrics, but blame it on the humidifier next to me. You know what smoky vapors do to me. It makes me type in a Phantom of the Opera voice and just makes me EXTRA dramatic.
The truth is, Queen has been touring for years ever since Freddie Mercury floated up to the giant Spandex spool in the sky and I've seen them about as many times as I've eaten broccoli without mayo on top. ZERO! And how many times would I see them if Adam Lambert sang with them? ZERO! So this doesn't really affect my ass. But you know, I'd probably pull myself away from the lure of my humidifier to see Queen if Christopher Lambert (as The Highlander) sang lead.