Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine was rumored to address infidelity allegations on Wednesday’s episode of “Call Her Daddy” — or, at least, that’s what fans thought until the podcast admitted it was trolling fans.
In a misleading teaser clip posted Monday to the show’s Instagram account, host Alex Cooper, 28, confronts her off-camera interview subject, saying, “I have to tell you, I was a huge Maroon 5 fan, and I’m glad that you agreed to sit down with me today and discuss the scandal surrounding infidelity in your marriage.”
However, Levine’s representative told The Post that he was not booked for the podcast. When asked whether it was actually Levine’s wife, former Victoria’s Secret Angel Behati Prinsloo, 34, who sat down with host Alex Cooper, the rep did not immediately respond.
As the mystery swelled, Prinsloo, 34, herself commented under the clip with a simple, “LOL,” while a rep for the model said she also is not booked for the program.
Alas, the official Call Her Daddy Instagram eventually posted later Monday — with a snarky “clears throat — let me clarify” message — that it was actually actor Adam Devine, 39, who was set to appear on the show.
“Adam Devine is here to set the record straight — he and his wife are doing amazing,” a post hyped. “This Wednesday, Adam DEVINE joins CHD for hands down one of the funniest episodes of all time👏”
“How many times did you cheat with women that you met on Instagram?” Cooper asked the then-unknown subject in the initial promo clip, seemingly referring to Instagram model Sumner Stroh’s September 2022 allegation that she had an affair with Levine.
Levine previously denied a physical relationship with Stroh but did admit that he “crossed a line.”
Stroh’s allegations against the “She Will Be Loved” singer came when Prinsloo was pregnant with the couple’s third child, who was reportedly born on Jan. 30. The couple married on July 19, 2014.
“I used poor judgment in speaking with anyone other than my wife in ANY kind of flirtatious manner,” he wrote in a statement last September.
The Post has additionally contacted reps for Stroh and Cooper for comment.
Internet trolls had a field day, making fun of Levine for the cringey messages he allegedly sent to the influencers last year, leading fans to wonder Monday whether he would really appear on “Call Her Daddy” to set the record straight.
“My question is why would he agree to this to be roasted,” one fan laughed in the comments on the “Call Her Daddy” Instagram account.
“He won’t be honest,” another stated.
Other people chose not to get their hopes up in case someone other than Levine winds up being the interview subject.
“Ok.. if it’s NOT Adam Levine in that seat, will we be relieved or mad?” one fan asked.
“Plot twist it’s Behati, not Adam,” another guessed.
“I hope it’s his wife tbh,” another doubled down.