QUEEN and "American Idol" finalist Adam Lambert performed QUEEN's classic song "Somebody To Love" on last night's (Sunday, November 30) episode of UK's "The X Factor" show. You can watch video footage of their appearance below (courtesy of QUEEN's official YouTube channel).
QUEEN + Adam Lambert will tour Europe in January and February.
"On the technical side, it's definitely more of a production than two years ago," Lambert said of the improvements that have been made to the show.
"We've had a lot more cities to visit and so I think we all decided to build up the visuals and the stage accordingly, and of course we do all the hits."
QUEEN guitarist Brian May added: "We have a very interesting set design. It's big and daring. We're going to do it to the max."
A new album called "Queen Forever", featuring previously unreleased material recorded with late singer Freddie Mercury, was released last month.
May and drummer Roger Taylor also toured intermittently with BAD COMPANY frontman Paul Rodgers on vocals between 2004 and 2009.
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