Last year, Adam Lambert and Sam Smith sparked rumors of a romance. After months of waiting, fans finally have the answer to their questions. The "Ghost Town" singer has responded to fans rooting for the two to become a couple.
According to the Huffington Post, Adam Lambert clarified the issue on Thursday's episode of "Watch What Happens Live." The singer admitted that he had "a lot of bonding" with Sam Smith in 2016. However, he dropped the big bomb: it's plain friendship.
Adam Lambert explained that he spent some time with Sam Smith in London. The two hopped bars and were left wasted at 3 in the morning. Lambert added that he ran into Smith during the summer season.
Fans have been rooting for Adam Lambert and Sam Smith largely due to their LGBT background. They are two of the most popular performers who are proud to say that they are part of the LGBT community. Unfortunately, they are not a couple.
While fans would have loved to hear Adam Lambert confirming the rumors, some analysts have previously slammed the speculations. For them, Lambert and Sam Smith are just two good friends enjoying each other's company. They have also chosen to keep silent over the past months amid the rumors.
According to Mirror, Adam Lambert has praised Sam Smith in the past. He gushed over his co-singer's advocacy on LGBT awareness. The "If I Had You" singer noted that recording companies should open up to the music that LGBT personalities have to offer.
Adam Lambert is set to have a tour with Queen this year. The band will perform in 25 cities in the U.S. Sam Smith, on the other hand, recently penned a song for X Factor winner Matt Terry. It remains to be seen if Lambert and Smith will soon collaborate for a duet that fans have long been waiting for.