Adam Lambert and Ke$ha Set To Go On The Gobs of Glitter Concert Tour

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Monday, 24 December 2012

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Lambert and Ke$ha go through more glitter in one week than the entire state of Montana does.

LOS ANGELES - The two American singers who are known just about as much for their extensive use of glitter as they are for singing, Adam Lambert and Ke$ha have just made a musical announcement.

Lambert informed the Hollywood press corps that he and the girl with the dollar sign in her name have agreed to a nation-wide 43-city tour dubbed The Gobs of Glitter Concert Tour, which will begin on February 14, 2013, Valentine's Day.

The 32-year-old American Idol alumnus stated that the tour will kick off at The Santa Ana Winds Arena in Cucamonga, California and will terminate at The Beer Suds Stadium in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Ke$ha, who is 25, added that her and Adam wrote two songs especially for the tour as they sat in the patio area of a Pompous Pizza Parlor in Hacienda Heights putting away a Double Pepperoni Pizza and a bottle of Jose Cuervo Tequila.

The first song is an erotically haunting ballad titled "The Ballad of LOL Lola" and the second song is a Gangnam style tune titled "The Grotesquely Gross Glitter Vampires of Galveston Island."

Lambert was asked about the rumor that he and Ke$ha have already started a behind-the-scenes affair. He laughed as he reminded the reporter that the rumor is false since he is of the sidesaddle riding persuasion.

SIDENOTE: Ke$ha giggled as she said that she is such a sensuously provocative gal that by the time the concert tour is over Lambert will be an ex-gay dude.

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