Adam Lambert & Partner Drake LaBry To Marry Within A Few Weeks

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Thursday, 26 August 2010


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The latest on singer Adam Lambert is that he and his on again, off again partner (Pun intended) is that they may become one of the couples to get hitched in San Francisco in the next few weeks, as soon as they can get a ruling.

"If it doesn't, we'll go to another state", Drake Labry reportedly told "The Genus Penis".

As of this writing, everything hasn't been concluded over legalization but many gays expect to get married soon.

Although Lambert and LaBry sometimes disagree, they are both artists and with artists, that is pretty normal.

While everyone knows the story of Lambert from American Idol, less know about LaBry and his revealed plans to use his design talent to improve America's schools and prison systems as well as to create many eco-friendly healing centers.

"I am going to be incorporating the outside with the inside using my gardens, manipulating window systems and creating an atrium," he wrote in a blog a couple of weeks's ago.

No late word about if the marriages will be approved and if they are, will Lambert and LaBry be there. They say they would prefer San Francisco but will wait and see.

However, if the plans go as intended, "best Man" will be Rosie O'Donnell!

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