Adam Lambert wants to set the record straight about him and Sam Smith. The 35-year-old singer made an appearance on "Watch What Happens Live" with Andy Cohen on Thursday, Feb. 16, where he denied ever dating the "Stay With Me" star. The dating rumors have been swirling for months since the two male singers have been spotted working and hanging out together. Apparently, since they're both openly gay men, some have assumed that they were dating each other. The "American Idol" alum wanted to put an end to those pesky dating rumors.

Former "American Idol" contestant addresses dating rumors

He didn't wasn't fazed by the caller's question during the show. Adam Lambert admitted that he enjoyed that rumor about him and Sam Smith. He called his fellow singer a great friend and a funny guy, but insisted that there is nothing romantic going on between them. He opened up about the one time they rode a rickshaw from one London club to another in the early morning hours and also said that they have done a lot of drunken bonding.

Queen front man dishes on his juiciest celebrity feuds

During his appearance on the late-night Bravo talk show, he was asked to spill some details of some of the feuds he's been involved in during his music career.

Andy Cohen asked Adam Lambert about some of the worst feuds. The singer admitted that Maroon 5's Adam Levine said on "The Voice" that he wasn't aware of his song "Whataya Want From Me," but his contestant sang it better than the person who originally sang it. Adam Lambert threw in his own diss by admitting that people confuse them all the time.

It also didn't take the Queen front man to throw some shade at Demi Lovato. She chose to go on tour with friend Nick Jonas after she was originally scheduled to perform with the flamboyant singer in 2015. He says that the two are still in touch and that he understands why she chose her close friend instead. When he was asked about Demi Lovato's feud with Selena Gomez, he said that he's not familiar with the "Good For You" singer, but he wouldn't mind seeing the pop stars duke it out while on a world tour.

Check out the rest of Adam Lambert's interview in the video below, in which he opens up about KISS front man Gene Simmons and Queen drummer Roger Taylor. He was not shy in talking about some of the best known people in the music industry.