Topic: Maroon 5
What makes this Maroon 5 parody “Moves Like Batman” so good are the geeky touches like Batman dancing and the “nanana” in the chorus. More
In “Yes/No,” Will has the glee club come up with musical proposals for Emma. Ranging from Maroon 5 to Rihanna, they were sweet but not the most exhilarating numbers we’ve seen. More
Mashup-Germany has debuted its mix of the 28 most successful songs of 2011, called Top of the Pops 2011, and would you believe that it uses Britney Spears‘ “Till the World Ends” and Maroon 5‘s “Moves Like Jagger” as the base songs? Don’t worry, there’s good stuff in here, too. More
You know you’re doing poorly in the brains arena when you can’t even win a twitter fight with the man who wrote that most nonsensical of nonsense poems, “Moves Like Jagger.” More
You know someone’s really being an asshole when you find yourself siding with MTV in a dispute. More
I know we’ve said some unkind things about his music in the past, but at the end of the day, Adam Levine is a tasty bit of man candy, is he not? In a recent interview with Out Magazine, Levine said some things that actually made sense (“I’ve got the moves like Jagger” wasn’t one of them), in addition to many things that did not. Sure, we’d like him better if in addition to rock hard abs he had Adam Scott‘s personality, but the fun thing about celebrities you are never going to meet is you can look at pictures of them and make pretend they have whatever type of personality your spank bank requires. Maybe don’t read the quotes from the interview if you’re going to do this. More
Maroon 5 just released their new video for the song “Moves Like Jagger,” which has Adam Levine comparing himself to none other than the legendary Mick himself — and it’s enough to make a person gather up all their records and throw them in a bonfire while “Rocks Off” plays from a boombox at full volume. Understandably upset, I enlisted the Gchat account of Kasey Anderson, a terrific musician in his own right, to help me make sense of the video. I’m not sure either of us managed to do that. More
Adam Levine wasn’t always the suave, tattooed hunk of a frontman we see singing into the souls of young women at Maroon 5 concerts. Nope, he was once a child, who wore geeky sunglasses and 80s jeans. This karaoke-style performance cropped up on last night’s episode of Jay Leno, and Adam explains that it was the first time he ever sang in public. We sort of wish he’d kept the aesthetic. More
Okay, let’s break this down:
1. Air is that which sustains us and keeps us alive.
2. Music is no different from air, therefore music keeps us alive.
3. Music keeps us alive, however music is not to be taken seriously.
4. That which keeps us alive is not to be taken seriously.
“Staying alive is not an important thing at all.” – Adam Levine More
Gratuitous? Maybe. Delightful? Hell yes! Here are some shots of Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine looking crazy hot — which, honestly, is what he does best. Cheers! More
Have you ever wanted to be Adam Levine‘s muse? (Take a look at this naked photo and get back to us.) Now you can, kind of. Maroon 5 plans to write and record a new song over a single 24-hour period, broadcasting the whole to-do live over the web. Apparently the event will also be somewhat interactive, which is where the whole muse thing comes in.
Welcome to Crush This, your weekly guide to what’s new in movies, music and TV. We’ve navigated the inner reaches of our entertainment-obsessed brains in search of all the pop culture landscape has to offer. Are you ready? This is the biggest week in television premieres, with everything from new shows like Hawaii Five-0 and old favorites like Glee debuting. Get ready to set your DVR. And if that wasn’t enough, there’s some big movie premieres, too, headlined by hotties like Shia, James and Ryan. More
Do you ever tweet something out only to realize that what comes off as sarcastic or facestious in your head might be read as straight-forward stupidity when read in 140 characters by total strangers? No? Congratulations, you are probably a … More