By Tanner Stransky
Updated December 20, 2019 at 11:36 AM EST

It has been three days since Adam Lambert’s show-stopping performance of Tears for Fears’ ’80s hit “Mad World.” And tragedy! We have to wait another four days until we get another sure-to-be-thrilling show from him on Tuesday’s Idol. So, let us help tide you over a bit. The artist’s YouTube collection is quite expansive and worth an afternoon of trolling. But, instead of that, how about just one of our faves? Here, you’ll find Lambert performing “Is Anybody There?” as Hebrew slave Joshua (random, I know!) in LA’s 2004 production of The Ten Commandments: The Musical:

Kinda weird? Yah. But isn’t everything Lambert performs just a tad unsettling? Unquestionably, yah. I love that he brings his over-the-top, screaming theatrics to the role (fast-forward to about 3:15 for when he starts really wailing).

PopWatchers, do you have a treasured Adam Lambert clip on YouTube? Could it possibly be him singing “As Long As You’re Mine” from Wicked? (I lurrrve that song.) Share the link to your beloved clip in the comments!

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