"American Idol" runner-up who shot to fame on the show last season said his comments in the UK's Gay Times last month were "a bit harsher" than he meant.
Lambert, who has admitted he is not a big fan of "Britain's Got Talent" runner-up, SuBo, told the magazine he couldn't understand how her album had reached number one in the UK.
He said: 'If only it weren't for Susan Boyle! I'm happy for her success, but that album is terrible. Wild Horses is the one that made me laugh the hardest. I just died when I heard it, I was crying with laughter.
'It was the most horrendous, sacrilegious treatment of that song!'
However, after Lambert came up fire for his not-so-nice comments, he has apologized and told The Herald Sun in Australia,
'It came across a bit harsher than how it actually went down. But I'm not a fan of the record, it wasn't a lie.'
Although we're fans of you here at IrishCentral.com Adam, SuBo is our woman - even if every now and then we give her a bit of a slagging- so in future be mindful of her. Thanks!
Food & Drink
Celebrate Potato Day with these lovely spud recipes