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4 September 2019, 08:06
Adam Lambert explained how his new song, 'Superpower' was a "proud rebellion" for those who were discriminated against.
On FaceTime to Roman, Vick Hope and Sonny Jay, the Queen frontman shared what inspired him to write and sing 'Superpower'.
"There's a lot of crazy stuff going on in the world right now," said Adam. "I feel like there's a lot of groups of people that get discriminated against or get ostracised.
"I kind of wanted to make a song to make people in that situation feel like they didn't have to take it," continued the 37-year-old Bohemian Rhapsody star.
Adam went on to describe 'Superpower' - a song in which he sings the lyrics 'All of the witches and the demons better get out my way' - as a "proud rebellion".
He later went on to confirm that he would be returning to the UK for a week later in 2019 to join Capital Breakfast with Roman Kemp live on the show.