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Adam Lambert Rocks High Platform Shoes at 'If I Had You' Video Shoot

May 15, 2010 (2:32 am) GMT
The 'For Your Entertainment' singer is sporting a pair of very high platform shoes studded with metal spikes when shooting a live performance scene at the Griffith Park.
Adam Lambert

Following several Twitter pictures earlier this week, a number of new images taken from the filming of 's "If I Had You" music video have been found for sneak peek. The set photos show off the "" singer shooting a live performance scene.

Adam filmed the scene with his band at Griffith Park, Calif. during the pre dawn hours on Thursday, May 13. He is pictured wearing black leather jacket on top of all-white ensemble. He matches the white get-up with super high platform shoes and belt with matching color.

"This music video is set in a dark but beautiful forest, where we experience a surreal light show, similar to the Northern Lights of Norway," the video overview read. "We are here for an artistic gathering of all types of people, to socialize, dance and party while taking in this display of beauty and mystery."

Directed by Bryan Barber, it will have cameo appearances from "people who can fire eat, fire breath, fire juggle, fire twirl, etc." but is yet to have any premiere date. "Invited a bunch of my performer friends to cameo in the video. It's gonna be one big happy family!!" Adam previously wrote on Twitter.

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