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15 June 2012, 13:27 | Updated: 15 June 2012, 14:01
The 'Moves Like Jagger' singer says he would love to join the cast of Glee down the line.
Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine says he is still keen to guest star in Fox musical comedy Glee at some point in the future.
The Voice US vocal coach confirmed back in April that he had been cast in Glee creator's FX series American Horror Story, but says he is still keen to take on a role in the creator's popular musical series as well.
"I've talked to Ryan [Murphy] a lot about it," Adam revealed to E! Online this week. "I'm doing his other show now. It's the super dark, non-musical version of Glee: American Horror Story.
"We've had multiple conversations in the past, trying to find the right thing for it, so hopefully one day," Adam teased, regarding a potential guest spot on Glee.
The new season of Glee is set to launch this September and guest stars already confirmed for the show's fourth season include Kate Hudson and Sarah Jessica Parker.
Adam previously revealed he had been cast in American Horror Story for the show's second season, and teased that he will be "kind of playing myself" when the show returns later this year.
Earlier today it was also reported that the Maroon 5 singer could be heading to the big screen in Once director John Carney's new film Can A Song Save Your Life? starring Keira Knightly and Mark Ruffalo.
Maroon 5 are set to release their brand new studio album 'Overexposed' next week (22nd June) following the launch of recent single 'Payphone'.