In the third part of Rolling Stone's series of interviews with the judges of the hit singing competition The Voice, Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine explains that he doesn't think the show has anything to do with reality television. "I don't think this is really part of that, I think it's something more special and it's really connecting with people," says Levine. "It seems like it's seceded from television and it's its own little planet." The singer says he's learned a lot from being on the show and mentoring his group of vocalists. "This has been one of the coolest experiences of my life, and I've had a lot of cool experiences."
Adam Levine On why 'The Voice' isn't reality TV
Maroon 5 frontman calls the show 'its own little planet'
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