Former American Idol runner-up singer Adam Lambert is shown. (Photo: Reuters)

Adam Lambert said Tuesday he is a sexual person, and his controversial performance at the American Music Awards was purely reflecting who he is, the singer said in an interview with Ryan Seacrest.

Lambert's comments come amid a growing storm of critics about his sexually charged performance Sunday night, where he kissed one of his male musicians amid other moves.

Adam Lambert said he respects ABC's decision to cancel his concert Wednesday for Good Morning America's show in New York City, but said he feels sorry for the fans who were expecting the show.

ABC said that it had received over 1,000 complaints about Lambert's performance, which aired after 10:00 p.m. EST

Adam Lambert's sexually-charged act draws complaints.

Lambert stated that the moves in his performance were choreography and that he was dancing. He feels he doesn't owe anyone an apology for anything.

I did something that female performers have been doing for years, no different. It's just the fact that I'm me and it's a little different for people. It's really not that big of a deal, Lambert told Seacrest.

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In case you missed it, Listen to Lambert's interview here.