Fans are slowly working out that Adam Lambert has a crucial cameo in the Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody.
In the scene in question, actor Rami Malek plays the late bisexual icon Freddie, and calls his London-based girlfriend while on tour in America.
While speaking to her on a payphone at a truck stop, he notices men going into a public restroom.
Former American Idol contestant Adam, meanwhile, is seen cruising in the background while wearing a red baseball cap.
‘Very, very mysterious’
Adam has described his moustached cameo in the movie to Access as ‘very, very mysterious.’
The What Do You Want From Me singer has of course toured extensively with Queen, who lost Freddie to AIDS-related illness in 1991.
😂 OHHH @adamlambert you cheeky man! Only YOU, one of the most handsome men in the world, would choose to make your big screen cameo debut as a burly gay trucker! Even if it’s only seconds long and you have no lines it’s PRICELESS! 👍👏👏👏👏💜👑 #BohemianRhapsody #Queen #GFG pic.twitter.com/VhzJKsmNsY
— DuckBert (@TheRealDuckBert) November 4, 2018
Speaking earlier this year, he said: ’I realized that Queen never really got pigeon-holed into a genre. They explored many genres through their music, and so that gives me the freedom to do the same.’
He furthermore said: ‘We are really like a family at this point. We spend so much time together that we know each other really well and enjoy our time together.’
Read our review of Bohemian Rhapsody – on track to become the highest-grossing music biopic of all time in the UK – here.