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Saturday, 8 May 2010

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Singing star Adam Lambert has had three weeks of his body totally rebelling against him.

First he had a rapid heartbeat and then suddenly gained ten pounds before he even realized that his pants were getting tighter.

"I accused my partner of knocking me up", he laughed from his bed at a New York hospital.

Lambert next noticed that he was running low on energy halfway through his performance on stage. "After only 45 minutes, I was all in", he told reporters last week.

"When the hair began to come out more every time I combed or brushed it and my hairdresser noticed it getting thinner, I finally had had enough. I checked in here and have enjoyed a complete physical. I thought it could he something really bad like cancer, lupis or even a form of aids."

What Adam's check-up revealed finally, was hypothyroidism. Although serious, it can usually be treated by medication and a blood sample and check-up every three months.

Lambert told UP2 reporter, Dan Hillyard, "I guess this is good news. Even though it is serious, it's not anything that I had been having nightmares about."

Lambert stated that he could just see his photo on the cover of the tabloids as "Lambert Knocked Up By Partner" and showing an exaggerated body, similar to the guy who has been in the news lately who's carrying his second baby.

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