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A video recap of the skits from this week's "SNL," hosted by Sarah Silverman.
"Why is Adam Levine here?"
For the next few days, you can get Maroon 5's latest album for free if you buy $30 worth of clothes from Kmart. Congrats!
The year of our Star-Lord continues.
Adam Levine decided that the best way to confirm his lifelong devotion to a Victoria's Secret model was with the star of '22 Jump Street.'
Adam Levine is a douchebag, but is he the music industry's biggest d-bag?
Adam Levine is pretty mum on the origins of the name 'Maroon 5,' but we've speculated the answers to help find out!
This intentionally bad Maroon 5 song is still the best thing they've ever done.
Ever since the super viral <a href="http://clipnation.com/goats-yelling-humans/">Goats Yelling Like Humans</a> compilation came out in early February, "goating" (the trend of adding yelling goats to popular songs) has been taking the Internet by storm.
“That show is literally The. Worst. Thing. That’s. Ever. Happened." Maroon 5's Adam Levine does not like "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo."
The best and worst moments from last night's new episode of "Saturday Night Live," with host Jeremy Renner and musical performances by Maroon 5.
The various awkward dances of Chandler Bing (Matthew Perry) on Friends, set to "Moves Like Jagger" by Maroon 5 (feat.
The Chandler Bing Dances on Things meme + 'Moves Like Jagger' = 'Moves Like Chandler'. Are you not entertained?
Maroon 5 and Wiz Khalifa link up to shoot the visual for their collaboration, "Payphone," with the end result being not too shabby.
Last year, both <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/tag/adam-levine">Adam Levine</a> and <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/tag/wiz-khalifa">Wiz Khalifa</a> had probably the best years of their career.
Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine -- whose penchant for going shirtless of late is rapidly turning him into the new Matthew McConaughey -- does not appear to be pleased that Fox News occasionally uses the band's tunes as bumper music (short clips of music used to buffer transitions between segments).
Some of you probably just puked.
If someone would have told me this morning, "Brett, today you're going to watch a Maroon 5 video in which a shirtless Adam Levine gyrates around while singing a song about how he's got "moves like Jagger," I would've been pretty sure I would have hated it.