Adam Levine to Host 'SNL': 'The Voice' Coach is Live From New York


Adam Levine, Maroon 5's front man and coach of NBC's singing competition The Voice, will host Saturday Night Live tonight from New York City. 

"I never thought I'd be hosting SNL," said Levine, clarifying that even though it's a "great honor," the singer of a band doesn't usually goes for these kinds of gigs. "Of course, being a musical guest was a huge thing," he added. 

"They'll have to make me funny, but, it's just a new thing and I'm kind of diving in head first and see where it goes," the singer of 'Payphone,' and 'Moves Like Jagger' told WCSH

According to the NYDN, 33-year-old Levine will be joined by musical guest Kendrick Lamar. He also did a fall cameo on FX's American Horror Story, and participated in the Keira Knightley film Can a Song Save Your Life?

Levine will be back with The Voice in the spring with new fellow coaches Shakira and Usher.