Adam Lambert expanding fashion show portfolio beyond just ‘Project Runway’

What’s coming up?

For the past several months, we have written about Adam Lambert serving as a judge on “Project Runway” for the coming season — but little did we know that the “Outlaws of Love” singer has another gig lined up in addition to this one in the fashion TV universe.

The Hollywood Reporter has announced that the Sundance Channel has renewed its series “All on the Line” for a second season, but what may be more notable for Adam fans is that he is going to be just one of the superstar judges assisting Elle creative director Joe Zee. (Some other judges for the season include Rachel Roy, Veronica Webb, and Mark Badgley and James Mischka of Badgley Mischka fame.)

The first of six one-hour episodes for season two will air on November 18, and Nicole Miller is just one of the big-name designers who is going to be featured on the series. As for Adam’s “Project Runway” appearance, all indications seem to suggest that we will be seeing that at some point next month.

For those of you seeking an airplay update for Adam’s “Whataya Want From Me,” there is really not too much to report on this week. The song garnered (per USA Today) 1,626 spins, which is a slight decrease from the week before. Of course, check back soon — we will have more airplay details whenever they are available.

Update: Well, this was sooner than expected! As the video below shows, Adam’s episode will actually air next Thursday. Apologies for any confusion.

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