Certainly, Adam Lambert is familiar with the muffin man.

On the “That’s My Jam” segment of Jimmy Fallon’s show on Monday, the 41-year-old singer had to decide whether to turn a children’s song into a mainstream hit.

When Lambert was asked to perform “The Muffin Man” in the style of Cher during the show’s Wheel of Musical Impressions segment, the “Whataya Want From Me” singer complied.

Before singing the kid-friendly version to Cher’s “Believe,” Lambert stated, “I got it.”

Simu Liu, Chlöe, and Halle Bailey, as well as Lambert’s fellow competitors, applauded and laughed as the live audience praised Lambert’s performance of the song.

When it came to the music challenge, Lambert had a slight advantage. 2018’s Kennedy Center Honors saw the former “American Idol” participant perform Cher’s “Believe” in front of the pop goddess herself.

I’ve always like flipping songs to have the listener hear them in new ways. I completed it on ‘Idol,’ Lambert declared in February. I’ve received a lot of nice feedback from fans who say they love it when I do it.

On his most recent album, “High Drama,” the vocalist reimagines 11 great songs by artists like Bonnie Tyler, Noel Coward, and Duran Duran in a mix of raucous pop-rock and delicate balladry. For Lambert’s supporters, “High Drama” became into a passion project.

“I wish I had new music to release quickly for all of my beautiful fans,” Lambert said. “The idea for a covers album felt like we could get that done faster.” “I believe that every song on this album was written by artists I value, respect, and adore.”


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