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Her majesty Adam Lambert does not approve of Anne Hathaway’s performance in Les Miserables.

Adam Lambert
Adam Lambert knows a hawt bixch when he sees one...


Adam Lambert
Adam Lambert knows a hawt bixch when he sees one…

Adam Lambert knows that he should of have really been cast as the lead…

Kids whilst the world is clapping head over heels with Les Miserable’s release to the cinemas, diva Adam Lambert has gone on the warpath to say that that shit doesn’t really cut it because in his humble opinion no one can really sing better than him.

dailymail.co.uk: But according to Adam Lambert, Les Miserables ‘suffered massively’ from the singing of its stars.

The 30-year-old American Idol alumni took to Twitter to give his verdict on the film, saying: ‘the singing was so distracting.’

In a flurry of tweets he attacked the decision to cast the film based on acting rather than singing, and said ‘with that cast, they should have studio recorded and sweetened the vocals.’

Hmm, and what do the producers think of Adam’s point of view?

No response. Interesting. And what about his own fans? Surely they must be rooting for Adam?

But as his own fans lashed out, Lambert defended himself: ‘Sorry for being so harsh but it’s so True! 

‘I’m so glad we are all discussing this now! Look-I grew up w this musical and so my expectations are quite high. Didn’t mean to b negative.’

And he later tweeted: ‘One more clarification: DO go see it for Anne Hathaways performance. It’s was breathtaking.’

Which is Adam’s way of saying, don’t beat me up that much for being the diva that I am.

Surely Adam will get the plum role in Les Miserables 2 when it comes out….

Anne Hathaway was begged by Les Miserable director to stop losing weight.

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  • slendersail

    yeah, and when Javert was singing how Mr Madeleine had killed him, all I could think about was JUMP ALREADY. Hmm, not good. But Russell Crowe did not connect me with Javert’s anguish, let’s put it like that. And this is coming from someone who usually connects with any performance or character, regardless of level. So Adam’s comments were really polite and suited to his business. Some people just don’t get this “having an opinion of your own” thing. The movie suffered because it was a musical but could not work like one, and because it was sung and action was minimal, yet a narrative story, it could not work like a regular film either. It is one of those productions putting people off musicals, when most of them these days rock big time. Nothing against the actors personally, but sometimes a project just doesn’t work out and YES I would love to hear Adam in Les Mis 2. LOL. The author of this blog works with assumptions about what we think and who we are, which is definitely bad for blog business…

  • slendersail

    Scallywag, you are definitely the diva here, and you are only hurting yourself because we can see how small minded you must be. You completely misrepresent Lambert and his interaction with his fans. Their connection remains as strong as it’s been. People must remember that you do the same to any which star, regardless of culture, since all you are after is negativity planting. So next time it will be those producers or stars of Les Mis that fall under your fire. Typical of a bygone era of journalism, where the invention of problems keeps the nation unfocused on real problems. We are months past this, we are not interested in reading this anymore. Without these stars nobody would even read your blog, so I suggest everyone simply go and interact with the stars they like, on their personal Twitters and other such devices. What is the point of having some boring dude “analyze” sh*t?

  • HKfan

    wow, talk about crap reporting. Its like a game of telephone with these reports, each one trying to make it more sensational than the next. Would it be that difficult to read Adams twitter feed to actually see what he said, he praised Anne Hathaway and said everyone should see them ovie just for her. And re the singing, he’s only saying what every review of the movie I’ve read has said….but much more politely than the reviewers do.

  • nik

    I agree with Mr. Lambert. The singing was distracting. I saw the original Les Mis. on Broadway. After seeing that, you would know the bar by which Lambert is measuring the vocals in the movie. They are adequate at best.

  • JMO

    I could clearly hear the difference between the seasoned singers and the ones who were actors singing, so kudos to Mr. Lambert for not sugar coating everything like the rest of you do. It was simply his opinion just as everyone else has theirs. If you disagree with him, then disagree but only makes one look ignorant to attack him for not enjoying a movie.

  • That’s not true, actually. He loved her.

    As for the sequel, haven’t you heard the joke? It will be called “Less Miserables” because Russell Crowe won’t be singing. This movie isn’t anywhere near the level of NINE or Chicago. Mama Mia was bad but it was a complete lark and presented itself that way.

    Les Miserables is miserable enough without bad singing. Sorry but if anyone but Ann Hathaway wins an Oscar it will be an insult to every other movie in the category.