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Adam Lambert's charity dance remix of 'Aftermath' available after he plays 'Idol' tonight: Listen to it here

Adam Lambert is stripping down on American Idol tonight—musically, that is. The glam-tacular rocker will sing an acoustic version of “Aftermath,” the inspirational power ballad from his debut album, on tonight’s results show at 8pm/7c. Hear it here:

Immediately following his Idol performance, a dance remix of “Aftermath” by Billboard—the guy who co-produced Britney Spears’ excellent latest single “Till the World Ends”—will be available on Lamby’s website. Proceeds from this dancefloor-tailored pop anthem will go to The Trevor Project, the leading organization working to prevent suicide amongst gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth for 13 years now.

“[‘Aftermath’] was written about finding the courage to be honest with yourself and the people who love you,” Lambert says. “I hope this song inspires people to be who they truly want to be… And dance!”

What do you think of the remix? Do you like it better than the original album version? And are you tuning in to tonight’s Idol results show?

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