Adam Levine waves at someone (we like to think it’s us!) while wearing a polo t-shirt and Persol sunglasses, showing off his tattoo sleeves. The singer/actor/TV host covers this month’s The Hollywood Reporter, and he talks about the role of The Voice in his life: “The Voice was the first real job I’ve ever had that wasn’t just messing around with music. I don’t really know what happened, but it initiated some kind of mode in my brain. It put me on this trajectory, and I love it.” Levine continues: “No one knew what I was really like or whether I had anything to say. … I think that the occasional soccer mom probably thought I was a slut. The show put me in an interesting light to be cross-examined and analyzed by the world at large, and I think that I succeeded in making them like me.” It’s true: we like you, Adam! And we’re dying to see Can a Song Save Your Life: “I saw it the other day, and I was surprised at how not sh*tty I was. They’ll probably say that I’m a better actor than I am a singer or something. They’ll find some way to f— me with something negative,” Levine says in the interview.