Written by Abel Rodriguez
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Thursday, 28 May 2009

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Adam Lambert's high school graduation picture.

SAN DIEGO, California - American Idol runnerup Adam Lambert has stated that he will be recording a song with Britain's Got Talent contestant Holly Steel.

The 10-year-old Steel, who is the biological granddaughter of Julie Andrews first wrote Lambert a letter back in April.

She said that she admired him and that he looked exactly like Elvis Presley. She asked him for an autographed photo for her and one for her grandmother Julie.

Lambert signed Holly's, To Holly, Best Wishes, Love Elvis Lambert. And he signed her grandmother's To Mary Poppins, Best Wishes, Love Adam Presley.

The 27-year-old Lambert says that even though he believes that Susan Boyle will win the Britain's Got Talent contest he is pulling for little Holly.

When Holly heard Lambert's remark she became very upset and started crying and asked how Adam could vote for a 91-year-old woman over her.

Holly went on to say that Susan does not care about her appearance because she is still wearing dresses that she bought at the corner drugstore.

She remarked that Boyle has more hair on her two eyebrows than the average adult British woman has on her entire body.

Little Holly then said, "And what's with that horrendously fake British accent of hers. Everyone knows she's from Scotland, but yet she sounds like a cross between Simon Cowell and Russell Brand."

Holly was asked why she was being so mean to Miss Boyle. and she replied that she was upset because Susan had told the BBC that Holly, on occasion still wets her knickers.

She also said that Holly doesn't know the ABC's, her multiplication tables, or the first names of all of the Beatles.

SIDEBAR: Lambert and Steel have both decided to record the old Dolly Parton and Kenny Rodgers song "Islands In The Stream."

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