Adam Levine In Talks To Join 'American Horror Story': Good Idea? (POLL)
The Voice leader Adam Levine might be taking on another TV role. Entertainment Weekly is reporting that the Maroon 5 frontman will be joining the cast of the wildly popular FX show American Horror Story next season.
According to EW, the singer will be "playing a contemporary character and one-half of a couple called 'The Lovers.' The website adds that the producers of the Emmy nominated show are so taken with Adam that they are looking to work around his touring schedule in order to cast him in what would be his acting debut.
The thrilling series is set to return to TV in October, but is Adam the right man for the job? We'll need some more convincing, but what do you think? Cast your vote in the poll, and state your case in the comments.
In other AHH news, spoilers for season two have been leaking in every now and again, but for the most part, the cast and crew are keeping mum. Jessica Lange (Constance Langdon), Zachary Quinto (Chad Warwick), Sarah Paulson (Billie Dean Howard), Evan Peters (Tate Langdon), and Lily Rabe (Nora Montgomery) are all confirmed to return to the show, but it was reported that Jessica will not be playing the same character that won her a Golden Globe and SAG award this year.
Creator Ryan Murphy -- known for his work on Glee and Nip/Tuck -- recently told EW of the mysterious show:
“We have designed the second season of American Horror Story completely around her character. Last year Jessica came in with Connie Britton and Dylan McDermott. This will really be the Jessica Lange show so I’m very excited about it. We are designing this amazing new opposite of the Constance character for her. She and I have spoken about different things. She has a lot of ideas, and has a lot of input into her character. She told me some things she has always wanted to play as an actress. She’s a great collaborator and a great friend.”As for any other season 2 spoilers, Ryan also said the series will take place on the East Coast in a mental institution.