Adam Levine’s Michael Jackson Impression Will Make You Forget How Annoying He Is — VIDEO

Adam Levine is officially having a moment. I mean, truth be told, he's been having a moment ever since The Voice debuted three years ago, but the fact that he recently was named People's Sexiest Man Alive and just married one of the sexiest women alive, Vicky's Secret model Behati Prinsloo, solidifies this. Dude's on fire. That said, I'm sorry — I'm just not a huge fan of the guy. I know, controversial, but something about him just rubs me the wrong way. However, I won't deny that the man has talent. Like, legitimate talent. Whether you're a Maroon 5 fan or not, you've gotta see the Michael Jackson impression Levine did on Jimmy Fallon Wednesday night. 'Twas on point, yo.

On the show, Fallon and Levine played a game called "Wheel of Musical Impressions," which entailed the talk show host pushing a button on a "random generator," which would pair a famous singer with a totally different famous song. Levine had a few funny combos — Frank Sinatra singing "Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes," for one — but his Michael Jackson singing the theme to Sesame Street stole the show.

Whether you find him just an eensy bit douchey or not, this video is certainly worth a gander. Check it out:

Not bad. Do you have a low-grade crush on him now? I might...