Last night Adam Lambert and Katie Kadan preformed an incredible rendition of Cher’s “Believe,” live on the seventh season finale of The Voice last night. Lambert recently released a solo rendition of the song, which he first performed at last year’s Kennedy Center 21st Annual Mark Twain Prize for Humor.
The duo brought down he house and broke the internet, flooding Twitter with commentary and recordings of the show.
— The Voice (@NBCTheVoice) December 18, 2019
Monday night, Lambert performed a solo show at The Bowery Ball Room in New York City.
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— ADAM LAMBERT (@adamlambert) December 17, 2019
According to Billboard: On a rainy Monday night in New York City (Dec. 16), Glamberts from all around the tri-state area gathered together in the Lower East Side’s Bowery Ballroom, now transformed to resemble the interior of a shimmering disco ball, to watch their favorite glam-rock star deliver a stunning show. The crowd varied from tweens to elders (one woman wore a shirt stating “Nana Loves Adam”), all waiting for Adam Lambert to strut his way onto the stage.
And strut he did. Throughout the Queen touring frontman’s 90-minute set on Monday night, Lambert made sure that each and every type of fan got a taste of something, whether they were looking to hear the hits, or some well-loved B-sides. “I want to thank all of you, my fans, who have been with me for the last 10 years,” he said with a grin. “And those of you who more recently joined us. And those of you who happened to be wandering by the Bowery Ballroom and stopped inside.”