Maroon 5’s Adam Levine Addresses Super Bowl Controversy & More in New Interview: Watch a Preview


“We simply sort of wished to deliver it again to a time when it was somewhat extra easy,” he tells Entertainment Tonight of the band’s halftime gig.

Maroon 5 are set to carry out this Sunday throughout halftime of the Super Bowl — aka the most-watched tv occasion of the yr —  and Entertainment Tonight’s Kevin Frazier sat down with frontman Adam Levine for an unique interview from Atlanta earlier than the band takes the high-profile stage.

During the dialog, Levine opens up about his ideas on touchdown the “greatest gig within the sport” and what followers can anticipate from their halftime efficiency. “The spectacle is the music,” Levine stated of halftime. "We simply sort of wished to deliver it again to a time when it was somewhat extra easy. … When the spotlight, the main target was the connection to the songs."

The preview ends with Frazier mentioning that there was some controversy surrounding this yr's Super Bowl — resulting from gamers, artists and activists calling for the NFL to deal with social justice points in the course of the Big Game — to which Levine coyly responds, "Has there?" You'll have to attend to see what else Levine has to say on the topic when the total interview airs on Entertainment Tonight at 7:30 p.m. native time on Thursday (Jan. 31).

Typically the halftime headliner holds a press convention with media within the week main as much as Super Sunday, however the NFL introduced Tuesday that Maroon 5 had canceled the occasion.

Watch a preview of the Entertainment Tonight dialog with Levine under: