Remember how one day the wrong person went home on The Voice and Adam Levine got all bent out of shape and said, “I hate this country!” in frustration? Well, a bunch of people got their panties in a bunch about that and started accusing him of hating America. You know, because one would make that statement on a reality TV singing competition if that was the case.
Anyhow, newly engaged Adam is… bizarrely still talking about it and basically said people who buy the sensationalism of the press need to get a grip on reality because it wasn’t that serious and he’ll say what he wants to say.
From a recent TCA panel (via Digital Spy):
“If your intentions are good, if someone misunderstands you, regardless of what the scenario is, I think people can see through stupid media hype – no offense,” Levine said at a Television Critics Association panel.
“As long as you allow yourself to be who you are, you can’t really defend every single thing you say.”
Well, that’s true enough. I never thought I’d agree with Adam Levine on anything, but yet here we are.