ELLE: In the past, you've been linked to Cameron Diaz and Natalie Portman. All the bullshit, all the professional stuff—whatever the allure of this whole world, it starts to go away pretty quickly.
In addition to being a rock star, vocal coach and all-around hottie with a body, Adam Levine — who turned 35 on Tuesday — also happens to be something of an expert when it comes to dating models.
She's now an NYC-based writer, US Vogue contributor, and the co-founder of Jean Stories, a pretty amazing denim blog.
Now on tour supporting the band's third album, Hands All Over—featuring the inescapable disco-pop single "Moves Like Jagger"—Levine is on his best behavior, and with good reason: The woman waiting for him at home is Victoria's Secret model Anne Vyalitsyna, his leggy Russian girlfriend of two years who's graced Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Edition for seven years running.
Ladies, it’s official Adam Levine is off the market.
Yep, Maroon 5’s hunky frontman has proposed to his on-and-off-again girlfriend, Victoria’s Secret model Behati Prinsloo.
Then it got weird, once I got comfortable and started experimenting. Is it true you became a rock star because those girls were throwing themselves at you? ELLE: Could you fall in love with a woman who didn't like your music? It's like saying, "Could you fall in love with someone who didn't like you? Has anything untoward ever happened between you two?
ELLE: One of your first gigs was for a kid's birthday party. Music was a way of rebelling against the whole rah-rah high school thing. ELLE: There's a lot of sexual chemistry between you and Christina Aguilera on The Voice.