Adam Levine Talks Baring It All For TV

By ABC News

Aug 15, 2012 9:55am
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The first season of the acclaimed series “American Horror Story” featured a fair amount of nudity, both male and female, but sorry, ladies — when the second season starts, don’t expect new cast member Adam Levine to shed his clothes.

The Maroon 5 frontman, who has a penchant for running around shirtless, told PrideSource.com, “I don’t think I’ll be getting naked on the show.  There’s no nudity for me.  But you’ll see: It’s definitely interesting.”  Levine’s character on “American Horror Story” is half of a couple known as “The Lovers” — the female half is played by Jenna Dewan Tatum.

“It’s so much fun.  It’s a really special show to be a part of, and it’s been really fun and I’m very excited to see the results,” Levine said of the role. “I’ve never really seen myself do any of this before, so I’m a little wigged out about that — actually watching myself.”  He added, “I’ve gotten super into it and hope there are more cool things like that to come.  And I’ve got a lot of blood on me!”

Levine said that “blood” — fake blood, of course — tastes like “gross corn syrup crap.”

In the same interview, Levine was asked about his support of gay marriage.  “It’s just so silly and it doesn’t make any sense to me that you wouldn’t be able to marry whomever you want to marry.  It’s not our business,” he told PrideSource.  “We just need to make it legal and stop caring so much.  It doesn’t matter.  And it shouldn’t matter.”

Noting that the high divorce rate shows that all marriages have issues, Levine said, “Clearly people have a hard time staying together, and that’s just a sad truth about marriage in our society.  People should be allowed to succeed and fail at marriage as they so desire.”

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