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Adam Levine Confirms New Karaoke Bar Sitcom, Performs With Maroon 5 on 'Today' (VIDEO)

by Nick Zaino, posted Aug 5th 2011 2:15PM
Matt Lauer and Adam Levine on 'Today'Adam Levine's television career began with a guest spot on 'Saturday Night Live,' and continued with a judging spot on 'The Voice.' Now the Maroon 5 lead singer is adding the "executive producer" title to his TV resume. On 'Today' (weekdays, 7AM on NBC) Levine talked about a new sitcom pilot he's working on for NBC, and performed with Maroon 5.

Though he was initially reluctant to share details, Matt Lauer got Levine confirm that the pilot had been bought by NBC, and that the show will be set in a karaoke bar. Will Levine appear in the show? "Perhaps," said Levine. "I've not decided yet, Matt Lauer."

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Maroon 5 'Moves Like Jagger' on 'America's Got Talent' Results Show (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Aug 4th 2011 1:05AM
Adam Levin & Maroon 5, 'America's Got Talent'Adam Levine took his act straight from 'The Voice' stage and onto 'America's Got Talent' (Wed., 9PM ET on NBC) when he and Maroon 5 entertained the crowd with their new single 'Moves Like Jagger.' It was a rock-solid performance, and a great way to remind people of Levine and 'The Voice.'

To keep the crowd excited on this tense elimination night, Jason Derulo gave the crowd a medley of his singles, but it was all just a distraction from the reality of the evening.

Of twelve acts, only four would move on to the semifinals.

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Adam Levine is Producing a Karaoke Bar-Based Sitcom for NBC

by Catherine Lawson, posted Aug 1st 2011 5:30AM
Adam Levine'Cheers' meets 'The Voice' as Adam Levine flexes his TV muscles and goes behind the camera to produce a sitcom for NBC.

Deadline reports that NBC beat out at least two other networks in a bidding war for the show, which is an ensemble comedy set at a karaoke bar.

The as-yet-unnamed project is being produced by 20th Century Fox TV and Chernin Entertainment. Levine and Jake Kasdan ('Bad Teacher') will serve as executive producers, with Kasdan also attached to direct.

So, will karaoke be 2012's big craze?

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Adam Levine Sees Embarrassing Footage of His First Public Performance (VIDEO)

by Catherine Lawson, posted Jun 14th 2011 7:05AM
Adam LevineOn 'The Voice' Adam Levine's job is to sit in judgment on many young aspiring singers, trampling on some dreams, and making others come true. When he was younger, TV talent shows were thin on the ground, so how did the Maroon 5 frontman get his start in the business?

Luckily for us, 'The Tonight Show' (Weeknights, 11:35PM ET on NBC) host Jay Leno unearthed footage of Levine's first public performance and we got to watch it along with Levine. Who didn't seem that happy to see it.

Levine said that he was a really shy kid and only came out of his shell once he started performing at a local place called 'Closet Stars.' This, said Levine, was a place where would-be rock stars were dressed up in in "all kinds of cool stuff like sunglasses" before coming out onstage to lip-synch the big hits of the day.

And that's when Leno unleashed the footage. As Levine said "Are you kidding?" we got to see his much younger self working through that shyness barrier by lip-synching and dancing to Bobby Brown's 1988 mega-hit, 'Don't Be Cruel.'

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Musical guest stars galore on 30 Rock finale

by Mike Moody, posted May 14th 2009 3:00PM
Alan Alda returns as Jack Donaghy's dad tonight on 30 Rock for the show's season finale, "Kidney Now." The plot finds Jack trying to put together a benefit concert for Alda, who is in need of a kidney. That, of course, means the ep will be loaded with appearances by famous musicians.

Guest stars include Elvis Costello, Mary J. Blige, Sheryl Crow, Maroon 5's Adam Levine and Clay Aiken. The clip below reveals some shocking truths about some of these famous crooners, including Aiken's relation to NBC page Kenneth Parcell.

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Talk Talk: Queen Latifah, Janeane Garofalo, Betty White, They Might Be Giants

by Bob Sassone, posted Jul 13th 2007 5:57PM
  • James Blake's bookCharlie Rose: TBA
  • The Late Show With David Letterman: Queen Latifah, Smashing Pumpkins, and Alan Zweibel
  • Jay Leno: Victoria Beckham, James Blake, and A Fine Frenzy
  • Jimmy Kimmel Live: Bear Grylls and Maroon 5
  • Tavis Smiley: Jonathan Demme, Chick Corea, and Bela Fleck (repeat)
  • Late Night With Conan O'Brien: Janeane Garofalo and They Might Be Giants
  • The Late, Late Show With Craig Ferguson: Betty White, Rupert Grint, and Dr. Dog
  • Last Call With Carson Daly: Chelsea Handler and Black Light Burns

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Is it better for Blake that he didn't win Idol?

by Liz Finn-Arnold, posted May 28th 2007 3:03PM
Blake LewisI was never a Blake fan, but as the end of American Idol season six drew near, I came to admire his attitude even more than his singing or beatboxing skills. I like that Blake never talked back to the judges in a snotty, defensive manner. I like that he took his lumps with a smile and a shrug. I like that he didn't cry "foul" when forced to sing the generic "This Is My Now."

In the age of reality TV where everyone wants to win at any cost, it was nice to witness a guy who actually seemed to be enjoying the experience itself.

In a conference call with reporters, Blake said, "I honestly didn't care one bit [about] winning or losing, because I call myself a winner just by getting into the top 10."

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