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Adam Levine wouldn’t be offended if people thought he was into men. “If people didn’t think there was a small chance I was gay, then I wouldn’t be doing my job very well,” the Maroon 5 rocker, 32, says in the September issue of magazine.
“I wouldn’t be the front man of a band if that question hadn’t come up at some point.” Although he says there’s “no way to hide my straightness,” Levine – who mentions David Bowie, Mick Jagger and Freddie Mercury – notes that “the best” lead singers of all time are “guys whose sexuality was always questioned.” “I’m extremely comfortable in my sexuality,” says judge, who is currently dating model Anne Vyalitsyna.
"I don't really know what happened, but it initiated some kind of mode in my brain.
It put me on this trajectory, and I love it." (To be sure, the Los Angeles native has not given up his penchant for motorcycles, nor has his romantic life taken a hit; Levine, who keeps a yoga instructor on his payroll and shares a Hollywood Hills bachelor pad with an old pal, is dating Victoria's Secret model Behati Prinsloo.) STORY: Five of Maroon 5's Music Milestones It was two years ago that Levine's childhood friend-turned-longtime manager Jordan Feldstein, brother of actor Jonah Hill (né Feldstein), reached out to NBC about its new singing show, but at the time Levine required convincing.
By taking a chance on a singing show his rocker brethren might find beneath them, he has been able to showcase his likable personality on a twice-weekly platform that has allowed him to launch a multimillion-dollar business -- lifting his band to new heights in the process.
"This is so goddamn cool." Adam Levine has peeled a jet-black leather jacket off of his tattooed biceps and is marveling from the stage at the 16,000 fans packed into New Jersey's sold-out Izod Center.There's a fledgling acting career, with an arc on FX's opposite Keira Knightley and Mark Ruffalo.He recently rolled out a celebrity fragrance line, a planned fashion collection, a lucrative spokesperson deal with acne-product giant Proactiv and a record label to which 's Matthew Morrison is signed."I scoffed at it initially," he admits, acknowledging that his bandmates similarly were skeptical.The genre of reality television had been a massive turnoff.