Adam Lambert has come out of the closet in a Rolling Stone cover story, surprising exactly no one. The cover, which hits newsstands Wednesday, features the gussied up Idol star with a not-so-subtle snake creeping up his leg, along with the headline "The Liberation of Adam Lambert." In the article, Lambert says that he elected not to address his sexuality during the Idol series for fear that it would become too much of a distraction from his singing. Lambert also said that he is "trying to be a singer, not a civil rights leader." He added: "I'm an entertainer, and who I am and what I do in my personal life is a separate thing. It shouldn't matter. Except it does. It's really confusing."