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Adam Lambert is days away from turning the big 4-0 and in a recent interview, the singer admitted he isn't jumping for joy about growing older.

Speaking to Attitude magazine, Adam said he finds it "slightly terrifying" that he's soon turning 40 because of his "Peter Pan complex."

Even so, Adam says he has much to look forward to in the years ahead because he is "on a personal transition right now into the next chapter" of his life, which is something he finds "exciting." 

But, when it comes to planning how he wants to celebrate his birthday on January 29, the Grammy nominee admitted, "I don’t have anything planned for my 40th yet. I'll do something with friends."

The American Idol finalist also looked back on his youth and noted that attitudes on homosexuality have softened since he stepped into the limelight in 2009.  "If I was growing up right now, a teenager or in my early 20s in 2021, would my relationship with my sexuality or gender be exactly what it is now?," he wondered.  "I don't know. It might be different."

He also stated, "As we get older, identity becomes less of a priority and mystery.  That’s one reason the new generation is so excited about pronouns and names for their gender." 

When discussing how times have changed, Adam pointed out that gender fluidity and queer culture are openly being explored and celebrated.  "You look at the scene now and it’s so much more accepted and visible," he remarked.

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Harry Styles went above and beyond to make one pregnant fan's dream come true -- by stopping his concert to help her reveal the gender of her unborn child.

Billboard reports the "Adore You" singer was performing at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on Wednesday, when he noticed a pregnant female fan and her friend holding up some interesting signs.

The pregnant fan held up a black sign that read in multicolored letters, "I'm having a baby please make it your business" -- a direct reference to the "I'm having your baby, it's none of your business" lyric from Harry's 2017 song, "Kiwi."

As for her friend, she had a sealed envelope with the baby's gender inside, which she handed to Styles during his show. Styles, wearing a glittering taupe tuxedo, opens the envelope as the crowd counts down to the big reveal.

The British singer then happily announces that the fan is having "a little baby girl" before dropping to his knees while pretending to sob.

The stadium lights up in pink as he emotionally asks the fan, "That's what I wanted! Is that what you wanted?" 

Styles wishes his fan a heartfelt "congratulations" as the crowd erupts into another wave of cheers.

The sweet moment was captured on video, which was shared by the fan account 1D Updates.

The "Watermelon Sugar" singer is currently on the North American leg of Harry Styles: Love On Tour, with another show slated for tonight at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena.

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Demi Lovato announced recently they are non-binary and changed their pronouns to they/them. However, that doesn't mean that the "Confident" singer will always identify that way. 

Appearing at The 19th Represents Summit, Demi opened up about their gender, sharing that it's "a journey forever." 

"There might be a time where I identify as trans. I don’t know what this looks like for me," they candidly stated. "There might be a time where I identify as non-binary and gender nonconforming my entire life. Or maybe there’s a period of time when I get older that I identify as a woman, I don’t know what that looks like, but for me, in this moment right now, this is how I identify."

"And I have a feeling that it’s not going to ever go back to one way or the other, but... it’s about keeping it open and free," Demi added. "I’m a very fluid person, and so that goes with how I express myself as well."

The "Tell Me You Love Me" powerhouse also revealed that the pandemic and the demise of their relationship with Max Ehrich was "probably the best thing that's happened to me" and acted as a catalyst for them.

"I was able to stand on my own two feet without needing someone else to validate me or to make me feel accepted. And when I said goodbye to that relationship, I also said goodbye to everything that was holding me back from being my most authentic self," Demi shared.

"I really started to identify with close friends and family as non-binary towards the end of last year," they continued. "And yeah, it was the dissolvement [sic] of all things that had held me back from identifying as the person I do today."

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