Past Idols giving back: Adam Lambert
The global superstar, the once former American Idol had a wonderful year professionally in 2010. His career is an example of one of the most succcessful stars to ever get his start on the show. But over the past year, not only did the singer see success with his debut album, For Your Entertainment, he also did good for others as well.
Apart from raising money for school students with the help of his fans and donorschoose.org, he also tweeted quite a lot in trying to raise awareness for the horrible Haiti earthquake. According tot he new report, Lambert was the most influential tweeter in 2010 for Haiti and the natural disaster.
As sify.com reports, Lambert was the most influential tweeter: “For the topic of Haiti, however, singer Adam Lambert was the most influential tweeter. For the Chilean miner rescue topic, comedian Conan O’Brian was the most influential, and singer Ricky Martin was number two.” The article went on to say of the superstar: “Adam Lambert tweeted for earthquake relief. Top influencers are very heavily dependent on the topic they are tweeting about and the area of the topic.”
Apart from Lambert’s extraordinary talent, the singer’s fans love the fact that he is always trying to do all that he can for various causes and for making sure that he raises awareness for all the issues and causes that he feels are of great importance. The singer has created quite a bond with his fans since first appearing on TV, and the fans are supportive of everything that he does, and try to help out with any cause that Lambert is involved with.
Click here to follow Adam Lambert on Twitter.