Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine is offering his expert advice to the teenage girls of America, on how to succeed with the opposite sex.
The singer-turned-agony uncle urges girls to stand out from the crowd if they want to impress a man.
In a special column, he tells the readers of American magazine Seventeen, "Say or do something that's out of the ordinary... It's not about what perfume you're wearing or if your shoes are cute. If you do something with purpose that is different than what everybody else does, then it makes you stand out."
But Levine's major turn-off is a drama queen: "I've been with girls who are very dramatic, and to me it's a waste... it's such a drain on your energy."
He urges women to trust their friends' opinions of any potential partner, explaining, "They can provide an unbiased opinion of a guy you like, and if an overwhelming majority of your friends don't like him, chances are he's a moron and you shouldn't date him."