Adam Lamebert who admitted he has dated closeted celebraties in the past, has said he won't date them anymore. He is also won't be using dating apps such as Tinder now he is single.
Adam Lambert won't date anyone ''in the closet'' again.
The 'Ghost Town' hitmaker previously said he had liaisons with celebrities who are closeted and unable to reveal their sexuality to the public. Now he has said he doesn't think he will date anyone again as it's ''difficult'' to see someone who is ''worried'' about damaging their image.
Adam told the Daily Mirror newspaper: ''Actors and entertainers can't be open about their sexuality and it's hard to live that life. It's difficult to date someone who's so worried about their reputation. I don't think I could date anyone in the closet again.
''I dated some actors but they weren't famous. In my single Ghost Town I'm referring to how LA and the industry can really take its toll.
Meanwhile, the 33-year-old singer also admitted he won't go anywhere near dating apps like Tinder and Grinder. He also confessed after drinking shots of tequila, he is a ''good flirt''.
He added: ''I can't do dating apps. The magic happens for me when you flirt in real-life. Once I've had a few tequilas, I'm a good flirt.''
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