We kinda don't need another reason to love Adam Levine, but today we kinda found one.
The yummy front man for Grammy-award nominated Maroon 5 spent a recent evening at L.A. it-spot Villa. As the club's security staff prepared for his exit, they went to extreme lengths to protect his privacy. The kind of lengths that Jackie O and Princess Diana used to get.
The best part? All this work was for hottie Adam, but he kinda didn't care... check it out for yourself - Watch it here as he basically ignores their efforts and soaks up the flashbulbs.
And if just seeing pics of him ain't enough to do the trick, read this little blurb from an interview Adam did with The Advocate magazine last year...
"Oh, there are beautiful men out there. Antonio Banderas is gorgeous. Well, maybe not so much anymore. He peaked around Desperado. I mean, every male secretly wants to have sex with Brad Pitt, but that's a given." Levine, whose band was named Best New Artist at the 2005 Grammy Awards, told the U.S. gay magazine, The Advocate, he thinks gay men have it easy. "Men have a certain camaraderie with each other that's easygoing and kind of simple, when you think about it," he said. "Sometimes men and women clash mentally." Despite his good looks, the singer insisted gay men don't usually try to seduce him. "Not outwardly. Not 'Hey, you wanna make out?' It doesn't happen to me. I don't know why," Levine told The Advocate. "But I never really pick up on when I'm hit on anyway - unless I'm into it, and then I just convince myself that they're hitting on me." Levine, 28, told the magazine he has always been very open about sexuality and doesn't understand why the U.S. is so uptight. "It all seems too preposterous to me - even debating over it," he said. "It makes no difference to me what someone's sexual orientation is."
Yup, ya just gotta love him. Okay, so before we wrap up today's "Levine Love-In", let's enjoy one more bit of brilliance involving Adam Levine. His SNL cameo last year for Andy Sanberg's hilarious skewering of the president of Iran goes down as one of the *funniest* sketches I've ever seen on Saturday Night Live. Here it is:
The last thing I'd like to point out today is that Adam Levine and the rest of the Maroon 5 boys have selected a great charity of choice, Teen Impact, which supports adolescents and young adults with cancer and blood diseases. Go take a look for yourself right here.