Adam Lambert gets birthday lap dance from David Arquette

Jan 30, 2013 at 2:09 p.m. ET

You never quite know what to expect with Adam Lambert, but the tables were turned on Saturday when David Arquette gave him the birthday present of a lifetime.

Adam Lambert

Adam Lambert turned 31 on Tuesday, and he got quite the birthday surprise from a friend: David Arquette showed up to Lambert’s birthday party and gave him the lap dance of a lifetime.

“The Scream star showed that he’s got moves like Jagger when he stripped down to his skivvies and gave Adam Lambert a birthday lap dance at Bootsy Bellows nightclub in Los Angeles on Saturday,” said Yahoo. “The American Idol alum, who turns 31 [Tuesday], looked impressed with Arquette’s raunchy-yet-funny skills and treated his fans to a barrage of Instagram photos which capture the mayhem.”

One of the photos was captioned “Yup, this happened.” Lambert seemed to enjoy the entire thing, including Arquette dancing alongside other performers.

But it was no coincidence that Arquette was at the club.

“The 41-year-old is a co-owner of Bootsy Bellows, a Rat Pack-esque nightclub he opened during the summer,” said the Huffington Post. “The hotspot has attracted the likes of Katy Perry, Lindsay Lohan and Robert Pattinson.”

Arquette was proud of his accomplishment as well. Later, he tweeted: “I've got video to prove it (remember forever) haha! @LAMBERTLUST@newnownext @adamlambert.”

Lambert also used the opportunity of some pretty steamy Instagram photos to promote a good cause. Along with the photos, he urged fans to donate $31 to the We Are Family Foundation. The organization’s goal is to empower youth.

The call to action for Lambert’s birthday has already raised tens of thousands of dollars.

Arquette, the former Mr. Courteney Cox, has been staying busy lately. He's been working on a TV series, Jake and the Never Land Pirates, for the last two years, as well as having four movies in the works.

Lambert will be honored at the We Are Family gala on Jan. 31, where he will also be a performer alongside founder Nile Rodgers.

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