Speaking in a brand new interview, the 38-year-old mentioned that he would wish to see a George Michael biopic.
“I think that would be very interesting,” he instructed Metro UK. “That’d be cool, I just feel like, we don’t know that much about him. You know, to me, it would be great to kind of explore George’s life.”
Asked who he’d wish to see tackle the position of the Wham! singer, Lambert replied: “I’d give it a go. Yeah, sign me up.”
George Michael died on Christmas Day 2016 on the age of 53.
The pop icon is claimed to have turned down Brian May and Roger Taylor’s strategy after impressing the pair after they teamed up on a 2001 re-recording of ‘We Are The Champions’ for the film A Knight’s Tale.
But Robbie says his “low self-esteem” finally prevented him from following on from Freddie Mercury.