Adam Lambert leaves American Idol management

American Idol finalist Adam Lambert is following in the footsteps of Kelly Clarkson and Fantasia by leaving the reality show’s 19 Entertainment management company. He’s signed on with Direct Management Group, which manages stars such as Katy Perry and KD Lang. However, he’s still signed with the 19 Entertainment label and will release more albums with them. A rep for the label said: “Adam remains signed to 19 Recordings as he brings a new management team into his career. We look forward to continued success together.” Adam has been working on his second album for the past couple of the months and debuted his new song, “Outlaws of Love,” at the Sainte Agathe en Feu Festival in Quebec last week. He co-wrote the ballad with BC Jean, who wrote Beyonce’s “If I Were a Boy,” and Rune Westberg, co-writer of Daughtry’s “No Surprise.”

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  1. Angela • August 9, 2011 @ 8:31 AM

    Probably a good move on his part.

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