Adam Levine claims the ''greatest thing'' about being famous is being able to pay someone to do his laundry.
Adam Levine loves being famous because someone else does his laundry.
The Maroon 5 frontman has always hated washing his clothes so was pleased to become successful enough to pay someone to do his chores.
He said: ''You know what the greatest thing about what's happened to me is? I don't have to do my own laundry. I'd always think to myself, I can't wait for the time when I don't have to do laundry anymore.''
Despite his global stardom, the 'Moves Like Jagger' hitmaker knows he owes some of his success to good luck.
He told the new issue of America's GQ magazine: ''I've worked hard but I've also had a lot of wonderful things happen to me. I haven't been dealt a hard hand.''
The 'Voice' coach always wanted to be famous for his music, and thinks too many people now are only interested in being well known, rather than having a talent.
He said: ''I wanted to become a successful musician. It wasn't like now, when kids are like, 'I want to be a famous sl*t. Or whatever I can possibly be famous for.' I wanted to be a famous musician.''
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