The Maroon 5 episode of Carpool Karaoke featuring Adam Levine almost ended in disaster. While filming, a cop stopped the singer and host James Corden.
Adam Levine On 'Carpool Karaoke'
On Thursday, May 24, The Late Late Show with James Corden released the new Carpool Karaoke with The Voice coach. It started off normally, Corden thanked Levine for accompanying him in the Californian traffic and turned the radio on to hear songs by Maroon 5. The two sang along to "Moves Like Jagger," "This Love," "She Will Be Loved," "Sugar," and "Wait."
However, right around the 4:20 mark in the video below, a cop asked them to pull over not just because Corden, who was driving the car, was a little distracted by his guest.
"You want us to pull over so he could sing a song for you?" the television host asked.
The cop did eventually let them go with only a warning to "be careful."
During the episode, Levine also talked about his tattoos, growing up in Los Angeles, his passion for race cars, and his children. The singer-songwriter even got to show-off his little-known talent of balancing random things on his face.
Watch the video below.
Maroon 5's New Album
Levine and the rest of his band Maroon 5 recently released their new album Red Pill Blues. It features collaborations with SZA, A$AP Rocky, and Julia Michaels.
"It's definitely a little more chill," said guitarist James Valentine of the new album. "I do think it sounds a little more mature. There was a frenetic sort of energy to a lot of our earlier stuff, so the tempos are little more laid back and the beats are more hip-hop influenced."
On Levine's popularity after joining The Voice, the instrumentalist and songwriter also commented that the show had been a great help for the rest of the band, especially if they have something new to promote.
"I think most people, they might have been familiar with some of the songs, but they didn't really have a face for the band," Valentine added. "And so when Adam came on the show, they're like 'Oh, he did that song.'"
The pop-rock band is also set to kick off their North American tour to promote their sixth LP. Their next show will take place at the Tacoma Dome in Tacoma, Washington on Wednesday, May 30. The Grammy-winning group is also set to perform in venues in Oakland, Sacramento, Inglewood, Phoenix, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, New Orleans, Tampa, and more. Tickets are now available on the official website of Maroon 5.