Those who watched Adam Lambert on American Idol shouldn't be surprised that the glitzy cover for his upcoming debut album is "deliberately campy."

"Thank you to those who appreciate and understand that the album cover is deliberately campy. It's an [homage] to the past. It IS ridiculous," said Lambert in a Wednesday morning post to his Twitter account.

"For those that don't get it: oh well... Glad to have gotten your attention. androgyny. Rock n Roll."

Lambert's debut album -- dubbed "For Your Entertainment" -- is slated to drop on November 24. He signed a recording contract with 19 Recordings/RCA Records a few weeks after Kris Allen defeated him to take home Idol's eighth-season title. 

In addition, Lambert's recording contract was announced on the same day he formally revealed he's gay in a Rolling Stone cover story interview.

The debut single from the album is also called "For Your Entertainment," and was produced by Lukasz "Dr. Luke" Gottwald.

"Get ready to shake yo asses to this song. It'll make ya dance for sure," he wrote Wednesday on Twitter.

Lambert added he penned four of the songs on the album -- "Strut", "Aftermath," "Broken Open," and "Down the Rabbit Hole."

"I'm so excited for you all to hear it!!!!" wrote Lambert on Twitter.