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Breakfast w/Greg: Adam Lambert on SYTYCD; Meredith Baxter book confirmed; Magic at the Castle

adam-lambert-sytycd-hd.jpgGood morning all!

There’s been so much hype over Adam Lambert even before last month’s American Music Awards performance and all the controversy that has followed. But the bottom line is this: his new album is really good and I love the single What Do You Want From Me?

I can’t stop singing it!

Last night, Adam performed the catchy tune during the season finale of So You Think You Can Dance and he didn’t kiss anyone or simulate oral sex so maybe we can all relax now – especially ABC!

Here is video of the performance: MEMOIR: This certainly sounds more interesting than another Valerie Bertinelli “Look how thin I am now” book.

Our new favorite lesbian, Meredith Baxter, is indeed writing that memoir that was mentioned as a possibility a few weeks back when the Family Ties mom made headlines by coming out at the age of 62.

The Broadway Books imprint of Crown Publishing Group announced this week that it has acquired a yet-to-be-written yet-to-titled book by Miss Baxter, who the publisher said “will present a fully realized portrait of her life as an actress, mother of five children and grandmother, and will candidly discuss her fight with breast cancer, her 19 years of sobriety, entrepreneurship and her decision to come out.”

Looking forward to this one!

LIFE IS A CABARET: I try never to miss any of the terrific cabaret shows at The Magic Castle but was unable to attend Monday’s event which I’m told was superb.

Cabaret at the Castle presented an amazing musical line-up of first-class talent in HOLIDAY MAGIC: A Cabaret Benefiting Toys For Tots featuring Nita Whitaker, Alli Mauzey, Julie Garnye, Ty Taylor, and Jason Graae, with audiences attending the late show receiving an unscheduled additional surprise of performances by Alan Cumming and Ricki Lake.

This one-of-a-kind cabaret was produced by Julie Garnye and Matt Patton, under the direction of Scott Nevins and hosted by funnywoman Shawn Pelofsky with world-class magic by Tony Clark.

It was a gift-giving benefit supporting the efforts of Toys For Tots.  Hundreds of new unwrapped toys were collected and were gladly received by members of the U.S. Marines in attendance who are pictured below with Cumming and Lake.

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