Sebastian Bach Gets Transformed Into Maroon 5 Frontman for Unique 'Moves Like Jagger' Performance

artist: Sebastian Bach date: 05/29/2014 category: wtf?
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Sebastian Bach Gets Transformed Into Maroon 5 Frontman for Unique 'Moves Like Jagger' Performance
We're guessing that you've never wondered what Maroon 5's "Moves Like Jagger" would sound like if sung by Skid Row's Sebastian Bach. We didn't either, but ABC apparently did.

As Entertainment Weekly reports, the singer recently appeared on the network's new singing competition, "Sing Your Face Off," dressed as Adam Levine and attempting to recreate Maroon 5's 2011 hit single.

EW had the following to say about the show:

"'Sing Your Face Off,' a new series based on a reality format that's popular overseas, will allow stars to morph into their favorite popular musical acts in both style, look, and performance. During the show's six-episode run, viewers will watch five celebrities (including Skid Row frontman Sebastian Bach, actor Jon Lovitz, basketball star Landry Fields, singer China Ann McClain and actor/TV personality Lisa Rinna) undergo vocal training and physical transformation to take on the identity of a popular musician. They will be judged by a panel that includes actor John Barrowman ('Arrow,' 'Torchwood'), pop singer Debbie Gibson, and comedian Darrell Hammond ('Saturday Night Live')."


Amused by Bach's rendition? Or do you think it's a low for the man from Skid Row? Let us know in the comments.
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