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It's been 25 years since Queen released a studio album and despite having performed and toured the world with the rock icons for some time now, even Adam Lambert isn't sure if they'll ever record new music together.
Appearing on the latest episode of The Green Room with Neil Griffiths podcast, Lambert said making new songs together hasn't been discussed and that he doesn't know if it ever will.
"I don't know," he told host Neil Griffiths.
"I'm a never say never kind of guy. I don't know. It hasn't yet."
Having just wrapped a stadium tour of Australia, Lambert will head back to the US to promote his new album, Velvet (out 20 March), before reuniting with Queen again to take the Bohemian Rhapsody world tour through Europe.
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The Indiana-born singer said he thought his time with Queen would be a "one off" when they performed at the 2011 EMAs and that getting to take the stage with the UK band in front of thousands of people is a "once in a lifetime opportunity".
"I'm really lucky. I do feel very fortunate that this worked out the way it did," Lambert continued.
"I feel like it was some weird twist of fate that I just somehow decided to sing Bohemian Rhapsody for my audition for American Idol. If I hadn't, I don't know if I'd be on their radar."
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