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Video: Adam Lambert's Performances on 'VH1 Unplugged'

March 12, 2010 (4:05 am) GMT
The 'For Your Entertainment' singer gets 'Down the Rabbit Hole' after singing such songs as 'Mad World' and 'Broken Open'.

's live performances on helping VH1 to bring back their unplugged shows have been aired on March 10. An intimate set with 3 exclusive rows of seats around 4 inches away from the stage was set up for this exclusive gig.

The "" alum, as usual, put on his trademark make-up; fingernail polish, tight pants, thick eyeliners and fingerless gloves, and kicked off the show with acoustic version of "Music Again". He did have a few false starts and was forced to start over again in the name of perfection.

Next, Adam wowed music fans with a beautiful stripped-down performance of "Whataya Want From Me" and "Broken Open". This marks his performance of singing "Broken Open" live. Prior to that, a rendition of ' "Mad World" was brought forward to entertain the audience.

He closed the show with "Down the Rabbit Hole" which is added as the Japan and U.K. bonus track of his debut album "".

Beside singing, Adam Lambert also had an interview segment with the host. He talked about the challenges of doing the live performances in such an intimate set among other things.

Other scheduled episodes for the "Unplugged" series will have (for MTV), (for VH1) and (for CMT).

"Music Again":

"Mad World":

"Whataya Want From Me":

"Broken Open":

"Down the Rabbit Hole":


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