Adam Levine is moving to one of the most prestigious zip codes in the country. According to reports, "The Voice" judge has purchased a $5 million home in a posh Beverly Hills neighborhood. That will allow him to claim the famous 90210 zip code as his own. The 33-year-old singer will soon move into the 6-bedroom house, and he is moving forward with plans to sell his current home in the Los Feliz area of Los Angeles. The real estate purchase is just the latest bit of news for Adam, who is currently enjoying all of the success that comes with judging the hit reality show. Here is a look at some of the other things that Adam has been up to lately.
He defended Christina Aguilera
Adam recently showed his support for his fellow judge, and that no doubt earned him some brownie points. Christina's weight has been a hot topic for far too long, and Adam made a solid effort to get everyone to stop talking about it. "It's not cool," he said when asked about the negative comments that Christina has heard regarding her weight. "I've never liked it. I think it's horrible and I'll totally defend [Christina] when people say things like that because it's no one's business." Say what you will about Adam, but it's nice to see a star stick up for fellow co-worker during a tough time.
He appeared on "American Horror Story"
Adam isn't known for acting, but he landed a major gig when he was cast in the second season of the FX hit "American Horror Story." Adam confirmed the role in the spring, and he has already appeared in the first couple of episodes. Appearing in the first segment of the season, he plays a honeymooner that tours the present-day remains of the insane asylum that's featured in the show. Unfortunately for his character, he has an early run-in with the serial killer Bloody Face, leading to a pretty grim fate.
He continues to support gay rights
Since his brother is openly gay, Adam has a pretty strong connection to the LGBT cause. He has lent his services to a number of causes related to gay rights, including the fight for gay marriage. Earlier this year, Adam changed the location of post-Grammy party because the restaurant supported California's ban on gay marriage. Clearly, he prefers actions over words when it comes to sensitive issues like this.
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