Adam Lambert's 'Glee' Debut Sets Twitter Ablaze
The star's appearance sparks a big reaction online, with fans describing his turn on the Fox show as "Perfection," "sassy" and "fabulous."
Not even ten minutes into his Glee debut, Glambert nation took to the Twitterverse with high praise for Adam Lambert.
The adjectives to describe the American Idol season 8 favorite were overwhelmingly positive. "Perfection," "sassy" and "fabulous" were just a few of the accolades bestowed upon the star's guest turn as the character, Elliott "Starchild" Gilbert mere moments after his performance of Lady Gaga's "Marry the Night."
Here are some of the top tweets collected so far:
— SweetLeaf (@Glambert4371) November 8, 2013
— TLContessa® (Angela) (@TLContessa) November 8, 2013
— emily cain (@MsEmmy37) November 8, 2013
OH MY GOD!! @adamlambert YOU TOTALLY KILLED IT AND SCEW YOU KURT HE DOESNT HAVE TO TONE DOWN HIS LOOK. Whew had to let that out.
— Magnus Bane (@magnusrocks) November 8, 2013
— mindchnger (@mindchnger) November 8, 2013
I've missed @adamlambert so much & I'm crying right now & shaking. He's further proved why he's THE best thing off Idol and he's come so far
— karennnn. (@_kace94) November 8, 2013
@katyperry I'm excited too!!! Loved singing Roar.
— Adam Lambert (@adamlambert) November 7, 2013
Adam Lambert is one of the most perfect people in the world and if you disagree with me you need to reevaluate your life
— Melissa (@UrsTrulyMelissa) November 8, 2013
There's twerking in next week's episode…ADAM LAMBERT BETTER BE TWERKING ( if Starchild is in this episode )
— ღღ (@TresspassMyLife) November 8, 2013
Adam Lambert is on my TV and his voice in my ears. This is where he belongs.
— MariaB (@mariabintexas) November 8, 2013
— Michael Orland (@MichaelOrland) November 8, 2013
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