Adam Levine already has a role on one Ryan Murphy show in “American Horror Story” — so considering his musical talents, could the Maroon 5 frontman (and coach on “The Voice”) end up appearing on “Glee” sometime soon? On paper, it certainly makes some sense, but that doesn’t mean that anything is set in stone just yet.
Speaking in a new interview with E! News, Levine admits that there have been some discussions about him joining Sarah Jessica Parker and Kate Hudson as part of the prestigious guest cast for the musical comedy’s fourth season. Unfortunately for the Gleeks with a touch of rock in their souls, that’s really as far as the talks have gone:
“I’ve talked to Ryan a lot about it. I’m doing his other show now. It’s the super dark, non-musical version of Glee: American Horror Story … We’ve had multiple conversations about it in the past, trying to find the right thing for it, so hopefully one day!”
The fun part about this idea is that “Glee” has covered a Maroon 5 song before, as Kevin McHale’s Artie did a mash-up of “Moves Like Jagger” along with the Rolling Stones classic “Jumping Jack Flash” during a season 3 episode.
“Glee” will kick off its production in July for its fourth season, where it is expected that the setting will juggle back and forth between New York City (where Rachel is attending school at NYADA) and Lima, Ohio (the setting for McKinley High School).
Do you think Adam Levine would be a great fit for the show as a sort of rocker character, or would you want to see him go against type?