Sebastian Bach Moves Like Jagger While Imitating Adam Levine on ‘Sing Your Face Off’
What happened to Sebastian Bach? That's a question you may be asking yourself after seeing a new preview clip for the upcoming series, 'Sing Your Face Off.' Bach is entering the singing competition show, but no he didn't chop his long blonde locks for this shot at TV face time.
'Sing Your Face Off' is a different kind of singing competition where the competitors are asked to essentially embody the artist in which they are covering for that given week. That includes vocal training and a full on physical transformation to bring them as close to the original artist as possible.
In the video above (if you can't view it on mobile, click here), Bach is tasked with taking on Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine and performing the band's big hit 'Moves Like Jagger.' Though we don't see in the video exactly how Bach physically "becomes" Levine, he emerges sporting a white t-shirt, darkly-coiffed short hair and black leather pants.
Surrounded by a bevy of female dancers and showing his "moves," Bach plays to the crowd, which includes guest judges Debbie Gibson, actor John Barrowman and former SNL cast member Darrell Hammond. Bach joins Jon Lovitz, NBA star Landry Fields, TV personality Lisa Rinna and singer China Ann McClain in adapting into musical personas for the show on a weekly basis.
The six-episode series is set to debut May 31 on ABC. Look for Bach to take on Levine, Willie Nelson and others during the 'Sing Your Face Off' run.