Adam Lambert defended his controversial AMA performance on CBS’s Early Show Wednesday morning, saying he’s “not a babysitter. I’m a performer.” He said the controversial moves—simulated oral sex and kissing a man—were impromptu, though he did admit “I do see how people got offended and that was not my intention.” He went on to say that “it didn't cross my mind, children. It was almost 11:00. It was a nighttime show. I was there in the audience full of mostly adults.” He also noted, "If it had been a female pop performer ... I don't think there'd be nearly as much of an outrage at all."