Entertainment How to Watch Adam Lambert’s Feel Something Foundation LGBTQ Artist Roundtable

02:17  27 june  2020
02:17  27 june  2020 Source:   billboard.com

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22), Lambert announced the launch of the Feel Something Foundation , his new LGBTQ advocacy group aimed at supporting " LGBTQ + organizations that are moving the needle for communities of all ages and backgrounds," as the star wrote on his Instagram. The organization will choose charities to

The celebrated star tells CNBC' s Tania Bryer he has experienced "moments of anxiety" during the lockdown response to Covid-19, and discusses his own Feel Something Foundation which helps tackle issues in the LGBTQ + community, including mental health.

As Pride comes to a close, millions of people around the world are finding ways to celebrate queerness in all its forms. Now, Adam Lambert is providing another opportunity for people to do just that.

On Sunday (June 28), The Feel Something Foundation, Lambert’s LGBTQ rights organization, will be hosting a roundtable of some of his favorite queer artists to chat about their own stories, making it in the industry, and the steps forward toward true LGBTQ equality. Moderated by Billboard’s Ian Drew, the event will take place on Lambert’s YouTube channel Sunday at 6 p.m. PT.

The star managed to bring in some of the biggest LGBTQ names in music to participate in the discussion, including artists like Ferras Algaisi, Justin Tranter, Ames, Shamir, LP, Shea Diamond, Mary Lambert, Parson James, Tyler Glenn, Ilsey Juber, Conchita Wurst, VINCINT, Alex Newell and Teddy Geiger.

Check out the Feel Something Foundation’s LGBTQ artist roundtable on Sunday, June 28 at 6 p.m. PT on Adam Lambert’s YouTube channel.

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