Adam Levine is a notorious bad boy, so it makes sense that his “fictional hero” is a troublemaker.
Although he has plenty of options to choose from, The Voice coach opted for a classic ‘80s icon: Ferris Bueller.
In his cover interview with TV Guide Magazine, he was asked if his persuasive nature stemmed back to childhood troublemaking days, and he responded with a laugh.
“In high school, I might’ve worked my way around certain things with a smile,” he admitted. “My fictional hero is Ferris Bueller. Now as shallow as that may sound, there’s a lot of depth to Ferris Bueller.”
We definitely agree, but the reporter needed some convincing, so Adam explained.
“He was manipulative, yes, but he also understood what was important in his life,” he continued. “I feel so connected to that character.”
Rumor has it that there may be a Ferris Bueller remake, and while we think that’s a terrible idea, if Adam was to star? We might be on board!
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Source: TV Guide Magazine