Adam Lambert’s ‘For Your Entertainment’ Video: The First Photos!

If you were in Hollywood yesterday and saw more leather chaps than usual, don’t panic — it was just Adam Lambert‘s music video shoot. No big deal.

Actually, yes big deal. Massive deal! So much so that paparazzi came out of the woodwork to snap some photos that should help shed some light on the treatment behind the clip for Lambert’s first official album music video, “For Your Entertainment.”

Here’s what we knew before the photos leaked: the video was directed by Lady Gaga collaborator Ray Kay, and would be shot at the Alexandria Hotel in Los Angeles.

What did we learn from the photos? Adam Lambert is fully embracing the S&M lyrics featured in his single. Greased up dancers are dolled up in leather, dog collars, nipple clamps (zoinks!) and platform boots. He’s not kidding when he asks in the song, “Push the limit/ Are you with it?” This video shoot looks like it’s pushing boundaries well past the mountains and hurricanes Adam had to sing about on the “Idol” finale.

Hooray!

“American Idol” blogger MJ gathered a bunch of intel from eyewitnesses who claimed to have seen a “destroyed ballroom” set featuring Buddhist statues, champagne and lawn chairs. From the sound of it, it could be a genius mash-up of Nine Inch Nails “Closer” video with the slick excess of late ’90s hip hop videos.

I’m downright giddy that Lambert (and his team) are fully embracing his wild side. One of the highlights of this past summer’s “Idol” tour was Lambert’s in-your-face sexuality and swagger. Judging from these leaked photos (which have the rocker in head-to-toe leather holding a gold cane), they’re letting Lambert unleash the fierce in a bold way. In other words, those of you disappointed with the lack of makeup in the “Time for Miracles” clip should have nothing to gripe about now. He’s going there. Awesome.

What do you think of these photos? How excited are you for Adam’s new video? How much do you think MTV will have to edit in order to play it on the channel? And how in the world is he going to dramatize the lyric, “I’ma work ya ’til you’re totally blown?” Comment away below!