Adam Lambert's controversial performance at the American Music Awards last month (Nov09) has cost him two more appearances on U.S. TV after network bosses were flooded with complaints about his racy set.
The openly gay star stunned viewers with his finale at the AMAs on 22 November (09) by groping his dancers onstage and kissing a male keyboard player, causing more than 1,500 people to file complaints with ABC.
The uproar prompted ABC executives to axe Lambert's promotional appearance on breakfast TV show Good Morning America just days later.
Lambert has refused to apologise for his stunt, but recently admitted he "got caught up in the moment and maybe went a little too far".
But ABC bosses have yet to forgive Lambert for his racy antics and have pulled him from an appearance on Los Angeles talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live! and an upcoming New Year's Eve special.
Confirming the news on his Twitter.com page, Lambert writes, "Yes, sadly friends, ABC has cancelled my appearances on Kimmel and NYE. :( don't blame them."