‘SNL’’s choice to follow up Kevin Hart’s 2015 premiere hosting with ‘The Voice’ coach and newbie Blake Shelton pulling double duty seemed a risky venture, but the Southern singer fits in just fine by his first promos with cast member Cecily Strong. Watch Shelton get his obligatory chair-spin (and call out that punk Adam Levine) in our first look at this weekend’s ‘SNL!’
Even if you're not into Adam Levine's own musical stylings, it's hard to deny that the Maroon 5 frontman is a pretty skilled when it comes to imitating other big time musicians -- a talent that 'Tonight Show' host Jimmy Fallon exploited to everyone's great pleasure on last night's show.
This week Maroon 5 lead singer and host of NBC's 'The Voice' Adam Levine stops by to try his hand at hosting 'SNL' -- but can he hack it?
Despite the fact that Maroon 5 already appeared as musical guest this season alongside 'The Avengers' star Jeremy Renner, Adam Levine himself appearing in digital short "The Stand Off," 'The Voice' coach and lead singer will once again grace the 'Saturday Night Live' stage this weekend as a host. Joining Levine for the outing will be musical guest Kendrick Lamar, but do the latest promos have us convinced Adam Levine is up to the task? Preview this weekend's all-new 'SNL' inside!
'SNL' has a longstanding tradition of elevating music stars with presence to full-time hosts, rather than simple musical guests. We've seen the experiment largely succeed with acts like the recent Bruno Mars, and may get a taste of it in the future with recent rumors surrounding Justin Bieber, but now 'The Voice' judge and Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine is the latest to take up hosting duties. Will Maroon 5 provide the musical entertainment, or has another act been chosen?
'The Voice's' Adam Levine is in talks to make the leap from music to acting with a role in the second season of FX's supernatural thriller, 'American Horror Story.'