It Was an Adam Lambert Thanksgiving at Miami's Fontainebleau (Video)
The "American Idol" favorite covered Bob Marley and Tears for Fears at a private concert Nov. 30.
Miami Adam Lambert fans had plenty to be thankful for this Saturday night, as the American Idol season-eight favorite took the stage at Fontainebleau Miami Beach’s world-renowned LIV nightclub.
“Did you stuff yourself full of stuffing and turkey?” the singer playfully asked the crowd. “Who’s having Chanukah?”
The Grammy-nominated rocker's private show was part of the resort's Thanksgiving BleauLive weekend in the Magic City.
Lambert’s set included songs from his most recent album, Trespassing, including “Chokehold,” “Pop That Lock,” “Cuckoo” and “Naked Love,” along with several covers. Among them: Bob Marley’s “Is This Love?” and Lambert's reinvented version of “Shout” by Tears for Fears.
Lambert is set to perform at the Trevor Project's annual gala fundraiser Dec. 8 at the Hollywood Palladium.
Watch Lambert perform “Shout” below:
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