Adam Lambert has just made a lot of Chinese Glamberts happy because he has confirmed that he will be appearing on the finale of "The Voice of China." Adam recently opened an account on a microblogging Chinese website called "Weibo." Weibo is like Twitter in the United States and is extremely popular in China. Adam posted on his Weibo account, "Hello Shanghai! I'm going to appear live on the finale of The Voice of China on September 30. I am so excited and can't wait to visit!"
This is the first season of The Voice of China, which is a singing reality show in the same franchise as The Voice in the US. Adam has not appeared on the US version of the show yet, but he did stop by The Voice of Holland during his Glam Nation tour in 2010. He took time out during his sound check to chat with some of the contestants. During their chat, Kim de Boer showed Adam a video of when she performed his single Whataya Want From Me for her audition on the show. Lambert praised her singing, saying "Great, good job. That was amazing, I love it." The four contestants also sang part of Whataya Want From Me acoustically for him during their meeting. During their chat, Adam talked with the contestants about how his life has changed since American Idol, his tour and their current jobs.
According to a recent press release, "The Voice of China hit the airwaves in July, having since garnered a devout following of 120 million TV viewers on stations like Channel [V] and Zhejiang Television, plus 400 million more online." This is a great opportunity for Adam to gain an even larger following in China than his existing Chinese fan base!
How excited are you to see video of Adam on The Voice of China?
Â© Renee Snyder 2012