Am I feuding with you? No. Is my cat feuding with all the ghosts he sees roaming around the apartment? I’m not sure. Is Nicki Minaj feuding with Demi Lovato? Maybe.
Welcome to Midweek Madness where we get a call from Us Weekly, are told to provide a list of 25 things people don’t know about us, and tell them our daughters’ favorite game is “Attack the Daddy.”
Congratulations to model Behati Prinsloo and her husband, a can of Mountain Dew: Code Red in an off-brand Danny Zuko wig named Adam Levine, on coming together and creating what we hope will be a human child.
Good morning. I have a theory: The Voice has is a cult, and The Blake (boyfriend of Coach Gwen Stefani) is probably its reptilian leader. I started believing this about half an hour ago after ingesting two particularly unnerving pieces of Voice-related content.
Rihanna is heading to The Voice as an advisor for season nine, which is cool but does this mean we’re any closer to her album release? Asking for a friend.
After being dragged into Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton’s divorce drama, country singer Chris Young has released a statement claiming that he and Lambert never engaged in an extramarital affair.
The song I reluctantly predicted for Song of the Summer now has an accompanying video starring Adam Levine’s bare ass in the sauna. Look at it.
Prior to performing on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night, Adam Levine, outside signing autographs of fans, was accosted by a “prankster” (which I guess is what we’re calling assholes these days) who dumped a bag of powdered sugar over the Maroon 5 singer’s head. This, despite being an homage to the band’s current hit…
Maroon 5—a band born from the daydreams of a PacSun CEO who wanted to know what it would sound like if his store made music—has released the video for their new single "Sugar." In it, Adam Levine—the human manifestation of a Hurley visor (that the PacSun website recommends wearing backwards)—and the Oakley…
The Victoria's Secret fashion show airs tonight, but what you won't see are the scores of thirsty male celebrities panting outside for a seat.
Fun fact: Melissa McCarthy used to live in the same neighborhood at Adam Levine. Another fun fact: he's one of the few celebrities she gets "goofy" for, which is why she jumped at the opportunity to head to his Halloween party a few years back. It did not go as planned.
In the criminal justice system, sexually-based offenses are considered especially heinous.
Let's play Mad Libs! "___ [name of pop singer who seems like he ironically wears a lot of gas station attendant shirts] to produce ___ - era [decade between the '80s and the aughts] sitcom about his childhood for ___ [failing network]. ___-writer [Fox cartoon about the Griffin family] signed on to pen pilot."
Sorry womenfolk, this man has tied the knot for reals. Perhaps one day you will be able to once again find meaning in life knowing that The One has slipped from your grasp.
In the latest issue of GQ, Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine confronts a question that's plagued him relentlessly over the past year (and possibly throughout his entire career): Is Adam Levine a douchebag? Short answer: Yes. Long answer: Yesssssssssssssssss.
Adam Levine, the human version of a soiled bathing suit, appeared on David Letterman's show last night to discuss something we're all apparently dying to know about—the origin of Maroon 5's name.
Adam Levine — the tribal arm band tattoo that successfully wished his way into becoming a full human man — has been on a real roll in the lead up to his wedding to model Behati Prinsloo. To prove his readiness to get hitched, the Maroon 5 frontman/mentor on The Voice has reportedly been phoning up ex girlfriends to…
Adam Levine has been called (by us) the human equivalent of a leather wrist cuff. Now that he's launching his own women's line for Kmart, it's apparent that he doesn't agree with this characterization — he probably sees himself more as a ladies' straw fedora or a golden bracelet that says "Brooklyn."
Here is the trailer for Begin Again, a movie that is not Once but is from the writer/director of Once about the healing power of music starring Mark Ruffalo, Keira Knightley, the Sexiest Man Alive and Cee-Lo Green.