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13 July 2012, 07:55
The 'Trespassing' singer described the rock band as "amazing" and says he loves performing with them.
Adam Lambert has revealed he would love to make an album of original material with legendary rockers Queen.
The 'Never Close Our Eyes' singer was set to join the band for the Sonisphere Festival 2012 - which was cancelled due to what organisers called "a very challenging year".
However, the American Idol star has re-joined the group for a series of European dates including two shows at London's Hammersmith Apollo this week.
Asked if he would be interested in producing new material with the band, Adam said he wouldn't be able to turn any offer down
"Yeah, I mean, I would love to work with them in any capacity in the future," Adam told Capitalfm.com. "I don't think I would turn any offer down.
"I mean, they're amazing!" Adam gushed. "I don't know what the would be, but hey!"
Check out a picture of Adam Lambert after he joined Capital FM for a live webchat below:
Queen's lead singer Freddie Mercury passed away in November 1991 and the group has continued to tour, albeit without bassist John Deacon.
The band were most recently fronted by Free and Bad Company star Paul Rodgers.
Watch Adam Lambert talking to Capital FM about potential future projects with Queen below:
Adam Lambert launched his latest studio album 'Trespassing' last week in the UK.