Super Star Singer Is Unrecognisable In Latest Video


In their most recent music video, one of the most well-known “American Idol” alumni appears completely different.

The actor trades in his distinctive dark strands for a grey mane and some noticeable wrinkles, all thanks to the wonders of makeup and prosthetics.

Uncertain of who it is? Okay, we will give you a clue, it’s Adam Lambert!

In the music video for his performance of Billie Eilish‘s aptly called song, “Growing Older,” the 41-year-old appears noticeably older.

Lambert views home movies of himself as a child all through the video. He starts off all glammed up in the present, and as the song progresses, we progressively see the singer’s potential later in life.

When he sings the poetry lyrics, the artist flaunts a grey mane, matching facial hair, and wrinkles.

“I’m getting older, I’ve got more on my shoulders/But I’m getting better at admitting when I’m wrong/I’m happier than ever, at least that’s my endeavor/To keep myself together and prioritize my pleasure,” he sings.

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An older Lambert dons makeup and gets glammed up later in the video. Despite his more mature appearance, he still wears a stylish outfit and lots of jewellery.

The artist includes a lot of fun in the video and even takes his pulse once.

The Star spoke with People about his impressive transformation. 

“I’ve always wanted to do a complete transformation with makeup,” he said. “Although it took nearly four hours, the end result was so lifelike, it was worth it!”

The singer also explained why he chose to do a cover of the song. 

“I mean, no matter how old you are, we all feel the things that the lyrics describe,” he said. “(Singing it) felt very confessional.”

When some individuals claimed that Lambert had put on weight after the premiere of his music video for “Holding Out for a Hero,” Lambert said that he had recently struggled with his body image.

“I thought to myself, ‘I’m fully aware I’m not the same size I was five years ago. Thanks for reminding me,’” he said. “I mean, I’m 41. I’m not 20 anymore! Also, you never know what someone’s life looks like behind closed doors or what factors have led to changes in people’s bodies — so keep (the criticism) to yourself.”