Superstar singer Adam Lambert is a proud member of the queer community and said that the best way to celebrate Pride this year is to be "loud and proud."
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The hit singer, who has joined Queen in the spotlight as a lead vocalist, joined "Good Morning America" to perform some of his own new music in Central Park and discuss this year's Pride celebrations.
"I think the thing to keep in mind is make a friend, be safe, and celebrate loud and proud," Lambert said ahead of the weekend of festivities.
"The queer community has come so far in the past 50 years and I am a proud, proud member," he said.
“The queer community has come so far in the past 50 years and I am a proud, proud member.” We’re proud to support you and the #LGBTQ+ community, @adamlambert! 🏳️🌈🏳️🌈🏳️🌈 #AdamLambertOnGMA pic.twitter.com/V4LEbIPvxT— Good Morning America (@GMA) June 28, 2019
"The most important things to remember this year for Pride here in New York and all around the world, [are] visibility is key, acceptance, inclusion," Lambert said.
He added that the queer community has become an umbrella that "includes everybody -- all colors, all sizes, everything in between -- we have everybody represented."
Watch Lambert's full performance in Central Park of his hit song "New Eyes" here!