Adam Lambert to Perform New Song on 'American Idol'

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Adam Lambert performs during "The Original High" tour stop at The Ryman Auditorium on March 10, 2016 in Nashville. 

Just in time for his St. Patrick’s Day performance on American Idol, Adam Lambert teased a new song, “Welcome to the Show,” set to drop on the same day.

The anthem kicks off in dramatic fashion, with Lambert declaring, “I’m going to let them stare/they feel like me out there/so welcome to the show.”  Lambert will perform the new track on the March 17 broadcast of Idol, airing at 8 p.m. on Fox.

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Prior to the release, he teased the song on Instagram.

 

WELCOME TO MY LIFE

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The song features Swedish vocalist, Laleh, co-writer of Demi Lovatos current single, “Stone Cold.” Leleh has another big Idol connection, having written two songs for Season 9 alum Tori Kelly’s Unbreakable Smile CD.  The track was also produced by Ali Payami, who worked with Lambert on the hit, "Ghost Town."

Lambert is currently on tour promoting his album, The Original High