Atlanta now on Lambert’s ‘Glam Nation’ map

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imageWe were getting worried there for a second. Luckily, the gayest of the gay “Idol” runner ups announced an expansion to his tour stops this summer, and “the gayest city in America” finally made the list.

Back in May, we lamented that Glambert fans in Atlanta might have to go as far as Charlotte, N.C., or Knoxville, Tenn., to catch his act. And we wondered, just after finding out that Atlanta isn’t gay enough for “Glee,” why the sprawling metropolises of Wilkes-Barr, Pa., and Mashantucket, Conn., made the cut when we, as ever-devoted as we are to the Glam One, didn’t.

Well buck up, kids! What was just a 22-stop trip upon first announcement has become a big gay 65-concert fandango across the nation, including of course, the gay capitol of the South. Glambert throws down his controversial brand of glitter rock here on Sept. 14 at Symphony Hall. Buy your tickets now.

Look at him pointing directly at us (photo). He wants us. We knew it. Our 24-hour posters-and-candles shrine worked.

Well actually, we always knew Lambert would add more dates—and that Atlanta would likely be among them—but it was fun pissing off rabid-ass Glambert fans who just Google his name daily and don’t read the entire story before popping off, including letting us know that “it’s OK if Adam’s gay.”

Really? Do you know what sites you’re visiting? More importantly, do your parents know which sites you’re visiting? Because Project Q Atlanta is all about the L to the G to the B and T. Translation: G-A-Y. We’re gay! We love Adam and his unwillingness to be anything but himself.

Seriously, these bitches go crazy over a single negative word, even if it comes alongside big love and high praise for our boy. And Claymates, this means you, too. Ask your mom before hopping online.

So hear this, whiny teens and freaky internet trollers: the best “American Idol” contestant ever is coming to Atlanta. This gay blog couldn’t be happier.


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