Adam Lambert vows not to offend
Adam Lambert has pledged to obey Malaysian government rules which forbid the openly-gay singer from kissing anyone on stage or wearing revealing clothes in a planned concert.
The American Idol runner-up, who is currently touring Asia, wrote on Twitter this week that he planned to make minor changes to his regular show.
He will perform at a stadium in Kuala Lumpur, on Thursday.
Yuen-See Cho, a representative for concert co-organiser Sony Music Entertainment Malaysia, said the glam rocker would heed restrictions against stripping, jumping and kissing on stage in this Muslim-majority country.
The singer drew complaints last year when he kissed a male musician on stage at the American Music Awards.