Last night on the American Music Awards, Adam Lambert gyrated along dancers dressed in S&M inspired costumes.
Last night on the American Music Awards
, Adam Lambert
gyrated along dancers dressed in S&M inspired costumes. At one point, the American Idol
alum pulled a dancer's face toward his crotch. Of course, not everyone was entertained — the spectacle was edited from the West Coast broadcast. Adam has since expressed his disappointment with that decision, saying
"There's a big double standard, female pop artists have been doing things provocative like that for years, and the fact that I'm a male, and I'll be edited and discriminated against could be a problem. People are scared and it's really sad, I just wish people could open their minds up and enjoy things, it's all for a laugh, it's really not that big of a deal."
So in other words, the public should just think of the performance as a male throwback to Madonna, as BuzzSugar described it. Do you think Adam is being held to a different standard of acceptable sexual expression or was the network right to edit the show?