Adam Levine shuts down the long thread of rumors indicating that 'The Voice' is overtaking Maroon 5's career
Over the course of the past week, news outlets and other sources have said that singer and songwriter Adam Levine is indeed parting ways from pop rock band Maroon 5 to pursue a passion for acting and coaching on NBC's hit television show The Voice. Many fans were recently left wondering about the fate of their favorite band. Despite reports that Levine and the band are having some difficulties behind-the-scenes, apparently these were just tall tales designed to sell magazines at supermarkets. The rumors were shot down over this weekend when the 'Voice' coach and singer told Star Magazine that they were "absolutely false."
“The band was set to finish their next record and tour but had to rework everything around Adam’s schedule filming ‘The Voice,’” a rep said for Gossip Cop's website.
There is currently no reason to curse the singer’s name for breaking up the band. For the moment, Maroon 5 is apparently safe and sound.
In other Adam Levine news, Blake Shelton recently joked about the singer’s health-conscious lifestyle. According to the country music star, Levine doesn’t drink nearly as much alcohol as he probably should.
“I get frustrated with Adam because, to me, rock stars are supposed to be drunk all the time. But he’s very healthy. He takes care of himself. And it drives me crazy, because I want him to be more like me. Drunk all the time,” Shelton joked.
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