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Out artist Adam Lambert spent the weekend under the Miami sun during the 5th Annual Miami Beach Gay Pride celebration. On Saturday he attended a press conference where he was awarded the key to the city of Miami Beach and Sunday he headlined the big Pride event in South Beach’s Lummus Park. Scantily-clad male dancers performed alongside Glambert, who sang songs from his album Trespassing, which debuted last spring at number one (and making him the first openly gay artist to do so.) After the jump, check out a video of Lambert performing the album’s title-track “Trespassing” and “Naked Love.” You can also read The Advocate's November 2011 cover story, “Reinventing Adam Lambert” here.

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The Advocate Adam Lambert Halloween CostumeDoesn’t this year feel like the longest Halloween ever? That’s because while the holiday isn’t technically until tomorrow, the costume parties have been in full swing since last Friday. In West Hollywood, this day couldn’t have come a moment too soon. Moving from its usual Hollywood cemetery location, the annual “Fred and Jason’s Halloweenie” had an extra special venue at the backlot of the HBO hit series True Blood. In its 7th year, the costume celebration attracted hundreds of gays and ghouls dressed to their imagination’s best, and its proceeds benefitted the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles (GMCLA.org). In attendance were some of Hollywood’s LGBT elite, including singer Adam Lambert, former *NSYNC member Lance Bass, television producer Peter Marc Jacobson, and Writer Bruce Vilanch.

Above: In an ode to True Blood, “Trespassing” Singer Adam Lambert flashes his fangs on the red carpet as a glitzy vintage vampire.

More photos after the jump!

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Adam Lambert Fault Magazine
Adam Lambert graces the Spring cover of the Fashion and Film magazine Fault. Check out larger photos, after the jump!

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After the show it’s the after party! Last night’s Academy Awards after parties were the place to see and be seen as the gays and their supporters took over tents and ballrooms alike. From Elton John’s Oscar Viewing Party turning 20, to APLA ‘s 11th Annual “The Envelope Please: Oscar Viewing Party” the city of West Hollywood better be providing hangover remedies this morning, en masse. (Getty Images)

Adam Lambert sings his single “Better Than I Know Myself” at the Q102 iHeart Performance Theater on Thursday in Bala Cynwyd, Penn. (Jeff Fusco/Getty Images)

Adam Lambert sings his single “Better Than I Know Myself” at the Q102 iHeart Performance Theater on Thursday in Bala Cynwyd, Penn. (Jeff Fusco/Getty Images)

Adam Lambert gave fans a 39 second preview of his new music video on Wednesday, for his single “Better Than I Know Myself.” The power ballad is from his upcoming album Trespassing, and the full video is scheduled to be released on Friday. Check out the clip above.

2011's Most Googled Gays and Lesbians
By Scott McPherson

After hours of research, The Advocate Art Department has compiled this year’s list of the most searched gay and lesbian people on Google. Who came out on top? The results may surprise you! View last year’s list here, and see the 2011 list after the jump.

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Adam Lambert debuted the cover for his upcoming single “Better Than I Know Myself” on Thursday night. The song, which will premiere next week, is the lead single off his sophomore album, Trespassing, due out early next year.
Listen to a clip of the song here.

Adam Lambert debuted the cover for his upcoming single “Better Than I Know Myself” on Thursday night. The song, which will premiere next week, is the lead single off his sophomore album, Trespassing, due out early next year.

Listen to a clip of the song here.

1. Tammy Garvin Thomas

2. Jude Barg Perez

3. Mairead Murray

4. Deb Brown

5. Eileen Sherry McCoy

Congratulations! You’ve each won a copy of our November 2011 issue, freshly signed by Adam Lambert himself. Our creative director, Scott McPherson will be contacting you each individually via Facebook, within the next 24 hours to obtain your mailing addresses.

Thank you to everyone who participated. Reading your kind words about the brand was truly special and we really appreciate every one of you. Long live the “Glamberts!”

Due to the success of our Adam Lambert issue giveaway last month, we decided
to do it again… only better. This time around, the prize is a bit more grand.

Adam has graciously signed
five copies of the November 2011 issue for us to give away to you.

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