Adam Lambert's Good Morning America performance scheduled for Wednesday has been canceled in light of his sexually charged number at the American Music Awards, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
"Given his controversial live performance on the AMAs, we were concerned about airing a similar concert so early in the morning," an ABC News rep said.
The American Idol runner-up will instead perform on CBS' The Early Show, Us Weekly reports. CBS and Lambert's rep did not immediately return calls.
ABC receives complaints over Adam Lambert's AMA performance
ABC received more than 1,500 complaints following the 27-year-old singer's S&M-themed performance at Sunday night's ceremony, during which he flipped off the audience, kissed a keyboardist and fondled several of his backup dancers. Lambert also pulled the head of one dancer into his crotch.
Lambert made no apologies for the risqué performance, saying the number was a chance to "promote freedom of expression and artistic freedom."