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28 June 2012, 16:02
The 'Moves Like Jagger' star admits he feels he doesn't need to be self-deprecating in anyway because of his accomplishments.
Maroon 5 front man Adam Levine has confessed that he believes he "deserves" the success which has come to him.
The 'Payphone' singer told USA Today that he fully admits he has a "high self opinion" and does not see why she should hide that fact.
"I have a high self-opinion - I don't need to hide that," he admitted. "I don't need to be self-deprecating.
"I do believe that I deserve what I have. I don't think I'm entitled to it. That's a big difference."
The singer went on to add that he doesn't need to make up stories about himself or even talk about cleaning his own home.
"It's ridiculous. It's too much. Can you just be a millionaire?" he pondered. "My mom told me a long time ago - she didn't know she was giving me this advice - but she said, 'All I know is, you'll never change, so you'd better get somebody to take care of your room and get a housekeeper.'
"That was burned into my skull. 'Must make money so I don't have to do my chores, because I wouldn't do them anyway"
You can view a picture of Adam Levine in the music video for the band's single 'Wake Up Call' below:
The star is a coach on the US version of The Voice has his own perfume on the way and is set to make his acting debut in the TV series American Horror Story, however, he was quick to point out that he has no intentions of turning himself into a solo brand.
"It's not about me thinking how I am going to build my empire," he said. "It's about trying new things."
The band recently released their new album 'Overexposed' and hit the Vodafone Big Top 40 number one with their latest single 'Payphone'.
Maroon 5 also premiered the boxing themed music video for their new release 'One More Night' this week.