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  • Adam Lambert’s new video for his catchy eurobeat dance tune, “If I Had You,” is filled with dancers in glam costumes, following him pan-like through the woods, but this time there’s no crotch-grabbing, simulated fellatio or male-dancer-kissing.

    Instead, his new Bryan Barber-directed video, which premiered today (June 14) on VH1, has a simple message.

    “Basically, what it’s saying is no matter what color your skin is, no matter what religion you are, no matter what your sexuality is … we can all party together,” he told MTV.

    “And all this other stuff — money, success, fortune, fashion, glam — it’s all great, but it doesn’t mean anything if you’re not connecting.”

    Lambert rocks out with spiked shoulder pads as he struts through a forest, followed pan-like by glammed up club dancers.

    They are all races, colors, creeds and sexual orientations. No truth to the rumor that Elton John and Rush Limbaugh made cameos, but you can see AI side-kick Allison Iraheta.

    The scene turns psychedelic, and ends with a dreamy message. Why can’t we all just get along…. and dance!

    Check it out: