Adam Levine to Make His ‘Saturday Night Live’ Hosting Debut in January
While we are kind of bummed the holiday celebrations are officially over (womp, womp), we now have a reason to continue celebrating the new year!
Earlier today, thanks to the ever popular Twitter, we learned that our he-doesn't-know-it-yet boyfriend Adam Levine is set to host 'Saturday Night Live' on January 26th! Yes, you read that right! Levine will be hosting the late-night sketch comedy show, not performing with Maroon 5.
As bummed as we are that he and the band won't be playing any of their hits from their latest release 'Overexposed,' we're kind of thrilled to see how Levine will handle live-acting duties; more importantly, we're more than hoping that he'll suffer a comedic break during a sketch and laugh uncontrollably.
Those are always the best parts, right?
But if you're kind of disappointed that Maroon 5 will most likely be a no-show, have no fear. The folks over at 'SNL' did us viewers a solid by pairing up our yummy host with musical guest Kendrick Lamar, so it's sure to be a helluva episode.
So, make sure you set your DVR's and get your comfiest pants ready, because if his too-soon appearance on 'American Horror Story: Asylum' showed us anything, it's that he surely won't disappoint.
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