Adam Lambert was the personal guest of Brian May at the last ever performance of We Will Rock You in London at the weekend.
Adam Lambert, the first openly gay artist to secure a number 1 album on the Billboard charts, was the guest of honour at the last ever production of We Will Rock You at the Dominion Theatre, London, this past weekend.
The show, which was initially panned by critics, went on to run for 12 years, becoming one of the West End’s biggest commercial successes.
The show was written by Ben Elton and co-produced by Phil McIntyre, Queen and Robert De Niro’s Tribeca company.
Taking to Twitter, Adam tweeted, ‘Thanks @DrBrianMay and Roger Taylor for inviting me to see the closing night of West End’s We Will Rock You. Great performance!’
Adam Lambert is currently in the UK rehearsing for an upcoming 24-date Queen tour of the United States, Australia, Canada and Tokyo.