Adam Lambert on Sept. 25 and John Galliano on Dec. 8.
In case you haven't heard, former creative director of Christian Dior John Galliano was recently found guilty for spouting off anti-Semitic remarks at a Parisian cafe earlier this year, which resulted in a firing from Dior and his own label. But even despite Galliano's comments, he still has some celeb supporters—one of them being ex-American Idol contestant Adam Lambert (who happens to be Jewish). Adam tweeted about Galliano on Rosh Hashanah, saying, "Galliano: BRILLIANT designer screwed up and said offensive things. When can we forgive him and move on? LOVE his clothes. And I'm a born Jew!" One of Adam's followers replied, "So making gorgeous clothes makes it okay for him to be an a******? I don't get it." Adam responded, saying, "Not at all...But just cuz he's (was) an a******, that means I can't wear his gorgeous clothes? #policalcorrectnessquestions." It looks like Adam won't stop sporting Dior clothes despite Galliano's remarks, but the question is—would you? Tell us in the comments!