Adam Lambert’s goal for ‘Majors & Minors’ revealed

Here’s Adam on the show.

If you have been looking for more information about Adam Lambert’s long-discussed appearance on “Majors & Minors” (which airs Friday nights on The Hub), we finally have a few more details coming your way courtesy of The Hollywood Reporter.

In addition to the on-set photo of Adam to the left, we also have this comment from show co-creator Evan Bogart when it comes to what Adam specifically wanted to do to help the youngsters taking part in this show (which is in many ways just as much about personal growth as it is any sort of formal singing competition):

“[Adam] specifically wanted to work with the kids on stage presence and delivering the right performance. Even when you’re not the person singing, what you’re doing, how you’re interacting with other people on stage, how you’re being a part of it when you’re not the center of attention. And then when you are the center of attention, how you grab that, run with it, and then pass it off.” 

If you watched Adam on “American Idol” back in season 9, then you already know that he has some significant talent as a mentor when it comes to communicating his point — and he also has a knack for being honest without sounding harsh. (Both of these skills are key when you are working with young people.)

Bogart and The Hub are keeping Adam’s appearance date under wraps, which is a shrewd marketing move to keep his fans tuning in for as much of the show as possible rather than just one episode.

Are you excited for this episode?

Photo: The Hub via THR.com

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