It’s sort of hard to say Adam Lambert — who’s never really hidden his sexuality (and Idol judge Kara DioGuardi already told The View Lambert wasn’t closeted) — will “come out,” but that’s the big plan for next week’s Rolling Stone. The event will be significant, if only because celebrities usually come out on the cover of People.

Meanwhile, Adam made his first stab back at Clay Aiken, who slammed-then-apologized Lambert: “I don’t know Clay,” Lambert told Access Hollywood. “I’m glad he’s getting headlines now though, because he wasn’t before.”

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