Adam Lambert, Queen Announce Documentary 'The Show Must Go On' Following Oscars Performance

It looks like Adam Lambert and Queen collaborations aren't stopping any time soon. Following their opening performance during Sunday's Academy Awards, Lambert took to Twitter Monday afternoon to announce The Show Must Go On - The Queen + Adam Lambert Story.

"So excited about our documentary The Show Must Go On - The Queen + Adam Lambert Story airing on @ABCNetwork on April 29th," the American Idol alum tweeted.

Lambert and Queen, the '70s rock band at the center of Academy Awards' Best Picture nominee Bohemian Rhapsody, took to the stage to perform some of the band's most iconic hits: "We Will Rock You" and "We Are The Champions."

The two-hour documentary not only comes after that show-stopping performance but will debut ahead of the already sold-out July/August 2019 U.S. Rhapsody tour.

The tour was announced in December, following the immense success of Bohemian Rhapsody. The Rhapsody tour will kick off July 10 at Rogers Arena in Vancouver. Lambert and Queen will also be making stops at arenas including The Forum in Los Angeles and Madison Square Garden in New York, and the tour will wrap up at Spectrum Center in Charlotte, N.C. on Aug. 23., according to Billboard.

"We have been designing a brand new visual spectacle that will reframe these iconic songs and we are excited to unveil it," Lambert said in a statement.

"With rare concert footage and exclusive, revealing portraits of the band members offstage, The Show Must Go On chronicles Queen and Lambert's incredible journey since they first shared the stage together on American Idol in 2009," ABC's press release read. "From his humble beginnings and meteoric rise on reality TV to now standing center stage as lead singer of Queen + Adam Lambert, the documentary features brand-new interviews with Lambert, his parents Leila and Eber, and Queen founding members Brian May and Roger Taylor, as well as American Idol judge Simon Cowell, Golden Globe® and Oscar® winner for Best Actor Bohemian Rhapsody's Rami Malek, and Foo Fighters' Taylor Hawkins."

Since being declared American Idol's runner-up in 2009, Lambert has not only produced his own music but has wowed audiences during tribute performances for iconic members in the music industry.

The 37-year-old was a part of the star-studded lineup of NBC's Elvis All-Star Tribute on February 17. Performing "Blue Suede Shoes," Lambert was deemed by fans as an Elvis look-alike as he rocked the stage in true Elvis fashion.

Lambert also honored Cher in December during the 41st Annual Kennedy Center Honors at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. Performing a rendition of "Believe," the 37-year-old brought a tear to Cher's eye.

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