Adam Lambert may not have won the "American Idol" title, but he made some fans of the music elite – the members of Queen — who are looking to speak to him about possibly doing something in the future.
"Amongst all that furor, there wasn't really a quiet moment to talk," Brian May, who performed with the singer on the "Idol" finale, told Rolling Stone in an e-mail. "But [drummer Roger Taylor] and I are definitely hoping to have a meaningful conversation with him at some point."
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While the guitarist shot down rumors that Adam had been offered the role of Queen frontman, Brian confirmed he would like to work with Adam again.
"It's not like we, as Queen, would rush into coalescing with another singer just like that. It isn't that easy," Brian wrote. "But I'd certainly like to work with Adam. That is one amazing instrument he has there."
Brian said no matter what happens, he is looking forward to seeing what happens with the raven-haired "Idol" runner-up.
"I'm confident Adam will make great use of this wonderful opportunity," he said. "I hope I'm there to see it."
But the Queen axeman's praise wasn't limited to just Adam.
"Both those boys are well worthy of big success," Brian added.