Adam Lambert certainly raised eyebrows with his provocative sexual charged American Music Awards performance last Sunday. And while he's still feeling the backlash from the performance, it turns out the one person he can't rely on for support is his family.
Adam's father was reportedly so upset with him over the performance he wants his son to make a public apology for it.
Adam has already said that he "got caught up in the moment and maybe went a little too far," but he doesn't think he should have to apologize for putting on a performance, after all, it was just For Your Entertainment.
Speaking to Ellen Degeneres on her talk show, Adam revealed, "My dad was like, 'I think you should apologize, Adam. I don't know. Maybe you should do that.'
"I was like, 'Well dad, I don't feel like I did anything wrong; it just maybe wasn't the right judgment call.'"
So how does Adam feel about getting axed from Good Morning America following his AMA performance? He said, "I don't blame them. I got carried away."
Thanks to Adam's racy performance all stars who will perform on an award show on ABC will now have to sign legal documents that say their live performance will be very similar to what they rehearse before the show.
Do you think Adam is getting too much heat for his AMA performance? Should he issue a public apology?