American Idol Alum Adam Lambert Insures Voice For 47 Million

Former American Idol runner-up Adam Lambert has reportedly insured his voice for a whopping 47 million. Apparently Adam is taking no chances with his most important asset as he rides the success of his summer tour as the front-man for Queen.

Adam Lambert with Queen (YouTube)
Adam Lambert with Queen (YouTube)

According to UK tabloid The Sunday Mirror, Adam Lambert’s management has taken out a policy for  £30 million (or about 47 million U.S. dollars) on the singer’s voice. The decision was made to insure Adam’s signature sound due to the wild success of his current tour with Queen.

“Insurance for stars is a big deal in the U.S. and Adam’s voice is his bacon,” a source reportedly told The Mirror. “He had it insured last week.

Another source reportedly confirmed to Click Music that Adam’s management had taken out the huge insurance policy on his vocal chords. “His voice is a powerhouse and the explosive success of the Queen tour has made everyone more cautious, ” the source said. “They just want peace of mind – it’s as simple as that.”

Original Queen guitarist Brian May recently said in a radio interview that playing with Adam Lambert has “woken us up, and just in time.”

The Queen tour with Adam Lambert was originally only supposed to have a brief run in North America, but has now expanded to include dates in New Zealand, Australia, and Asia. Dates in the UK are also a future possibility.




  1. Adam did have his voice insured few years ago. Rather his managent I believe in an interview recently he said he had a new managent. That may be the reason may have been reinsured with new magement. Who knows. That mans talent to me is worth billions. He is fabulous period! No one is like a adam he great!

  2. $47 million? His voice is worth far more than that. Singing the music of Queen’s catalog is very demanding on the vocal cords. It is seriously demanding in range and power.

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