LONDON - The BBC and The Liverpool Scouser Gazette are both reporting that X-Factor contestant Danyl Johnson recently flew to Los Angeles to console Adam Lambert after learning that Lambert had broken up with boyfriend Drake LaBry.
Johnson who had met Lambert last year while Adam was in London filming a commercial for Granny Gertie's Sausage Crumpets said that he admires Lambert's honesty, talent, and biceps.
He said that while Lambert was in London he took him to see Big Ben (the clock) and later they went to Buckingham Palace (the queen's house) for a spot of tea.
They also visited the London Bridge and one of the oldest Jack-in-The-Box Restaurants in England, which in the United Kingdom are referred to as Sir Jack-in-The-Box.
Danyl said that the two had a great gay old time, but not in a gay way, and that they spent a lot of time talking about mutual interests such as makeup, rugby, guys, sports betting, mirrors, and Simon Cowell, but not girls.
When Adam was asked about his relationship with Danyl, he remarked that the two talked about recording a duet on the song "With A Little Help From My Friends."
Adam noted that the two also mentioned about possibly going out on tour together. He said that Danyl suggested the name, Lambert & Johnson - The Two of A Kind Concert Tour.
They called up Melissa Etheridge who agreed to be their opening act. She added that her and her business partners Rosie O'Donnell and Ellen DeGeneres had all agreed to lend them the use of their corporate jet for their nationwide tour.
Danyl said that just yesterday he received an email from Sir Elton John who proposed the idea of him possibly joining their tour.
The flamboyant Sir E. aka Lady J. also suggested that he would like to put on his own tour that would include other "out and about" performers such as Adam and Danyl along with Lance Bass, George Michael, Clay Aiken, and Lindsay Lohan.
Elton said that they could call it 'The Out and About Prancing Rainbow Somewhere Over The Rainbow Concert Tour.'
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