By Bryant Gilmore
Sorry, "Pretty Little Liars" fans, you may have to wait a little bit longer to find out who this new "A" is, but we've got some big news about another mysterious figure who is set to appear on the addictive hit teen thriller.
Adam Lambert will be stopping by Rosewood, hopefully to give our four favorite ladies a much-needed break from the new, more bad-ass A, who has kept the girls on their pretty little toes from week to week. The episode starts taping next week and will air in October around Halloween. He will even perform two songs and share a scene with Lucy Hale, according to Ryan Seacrest, who revealed the news earlier today (July 19) on his radio show.
With Lambert’s flamboyant flair on set, what kind of Halloween costumes do you think that the girls will rock this year?
This is shaping up to be the year of Glambert. His second album, Trespassing, debuted at the top of Billboard charts in May, making him the first openly gay artist to do so, and he recently got to step into Freddie Mercury’s shoes and perform with the legendary band Queen in London. Lambert’s achievements continue the tradition of "American Idol" contestants that have gone on to have great success despite not winning, a list that includes Clay Aiken, Oscar and Grammy winner Jennifer Hudson and "Smash" starlet Katharine McPhee.
Coincidentally, the rumor mill has been rampant with talk that Lambert may be taking over one of the "Idol" judge's chairs now that Jennifer Lopez and Steven Tyler have exited, which would make him the first "Idol" contestant to return to the show as a judge.