Adam Levine offers Keira Knightley a record deal

By Petro-Anne Vlok
21 July 2014

Keira Knightley is a woman of many talents, it seems. The British actress’s singing talent has impressed Maroon frontman Adam Levine, so much so that he reportedly offered her a record deal.

British actress Keira Knightley has been offered a record deal by Adam Levine. The 29-year-old beauty - who plays songwriter Gretta alongside Adam in the new comedy-drama Begin Again - is said to have impressed the Maroon 5 frontman with her vocal abilities, prompting him to offer her a record deal at his new label 222 Records.

A music industry insider told The Sun: "Keira has offers on the table and is tempted by them. She enjoyed singing in the movie and people around her were impressed. Adam has just started a label called 222 Records and has been trying to persuade Keira to sign a deal with him."

The Harder To Breathe hit-maker, who also stars as a coach on the The Voice, was so impressed by Keira's talent, he now believes adding her to the new label will give it a "kickstart" in the industry.

The source explained: "He thinks she could be a successful pop star and sell loads of records, which would help kickstart his career as a label boss."

However, Keira - who is married to Klaxons musician James Righton - has previously insisted that she struggles to play guitar and has no real interest in music. She confessed: "I know nothing about music."

Check out Keira’s singing in the trailer for Begin Again:

-Bang Showbiz

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