Now is as good a time as any to answer some of the questions I’ve received via email following my recent posts about my marriage to Adam Lambert and the expected arrival of our twins after the American Idol finale show.
Q: Did you really lie to the security guard before your conjugal visit with Adam Lambert at Mt. Carmel High School?
A: Yes. The conversation happened as I wrote it. So, what this means is that I lie in person, but not on my blog. Heh.
Q: Do you think Adam is gay?
A: I truly don’t mean to be evasive or cheeky, but how is this relevant to anything?
Q: How do you and your wife feel about Adam being gay?
A: I feel fine, thank you. Kate doesn’t know that Adam is gay.
Q: Does it deter you knowing that Adam has a boyfriend?
A: No more than it deters Adam knowing that I have a husband and a wife.
And then someone emailed me with a question and these photos:
(Click to enlarge, print, and place under pillow)
Q: Are you aware that Adam has been photographed “like this”?
A: Yes, I was aware. I sleep with these photos under my pillow.
Q: How can you support gay rights and say that you’re a Christian?
A: Personally, I couldn’t say that I’m a Christian and do otherwise.
Q: Will you be attending the live American Idol Finale Adam Lambert Watch Party event in San Diego with other Glamberts?
A: I’m not a Glambert, silly. I’m Adam’s wife. As such, I only deal with crowds when Adam is there. At the season finale, Kate (Adam’s wife-in-law) and I will be seated in the front row of L.A.’s Nokia Theatre with Anoop Desai (Kate’s husband) and Adam’s parents. Adam’s boyfriend will be seated with us, too. Kate will still not realize that Adam is gay.
Q: What will you do if Adam doesn’t win?
A: After Adam wins, I will give birth to our twins. (Here’s a shout out to Michael and Janet for signing up to be midwives.) FYI: The babies will be pulled out of my nose because that’s gotta hurt less than how my first three kids were pulled out.
Q: What will you do when this season of American Idol is over?
A: Pack to go on tour with Adam and the twins. Duh.
Now it is time for a question from me. I’m thinking of packing this for when I take the twins on tour with us this summer, you know for nursing them in my front-row-center seats at every show:
What else should I bring on tour other than a licensed mental-health professional?
(Images of Adam Lambert rocking the guyliner courtesy of TMZ.com. Picture of Led Zeppelin nursing poncho courtesy of Google Images. American Idol Tour image courtesy of American Idol.com)