The singer has been reportedly reaching out to some of his former flames and offered them an olive branch in order to go into his marriage to Victoria’s Secret model Behati Prinsloo with a clean slate.
Maroon 5‘s frontman Adam Levine is set to tie the knot with his model girlfriend, Behati Prinsloo, next month. Before he walks down the aisle, the 35 year-old, who endures a notorious reputation of a womanizer and a serial-heartbreaker, wants a clean slate. As he preps for his July wedding at a Cabo San Lucas Resort, the singer/”The Voice” star is reaching out to some of his former flames in order to make amends, a source reveals in the new issue of Us Weekly.
“He apologized for how he treated them, ” the insider says.
Serial ‘modelizer‘ Levine has a history of precipitously putting an end to his romances with catwalk beauties, including Anne Vyalitsyna, and most recently Nina Agdal – with whom the singer has ended his months-long relationship by ignoring her calls, and then breaking the news to her of his and engagement via text message.
While another source hastily added that the scorned exes “couldn’t care less he wants to make it right”, an interview with Agdal in the new issue of Life & Style proves otherwise.
“I wish him the best and he wishes me the best, ” his snubbed ex exclusively told the magazine. “It’s all good in the hood!”
In addition to his apparently-fruitful amends-making quest, Levine has another idea to show what a changed man he is—and it involves his 25 year-old South African fiancee.
“He may get a tattoo of Behati’s name over his heart, ” a third source reveals of the former serial dater, who once publicly claimed he wasn’t the marrying type. “He wants to make their love permanent on his body!”
The singer has also been renovating his Beverly Hills mansion, in a bid to turn it into a family home before he becomes a married man.
Engaged since July 2013, Levine and Prinsloo will marry next month in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, before having a second celebration in Behati’s native country, South Africa.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, Adam Levine began his musical career in 1995, when he co-founded alternative rock band Kara’s Flowers, fronting it as lead vocalist and guitarist. After a hiatus following the band’s disbandment, Levine reformed it with a fifth member to form Maroon 5. The band released their first album, “Songs About Jane”, which went multi-platinum in the US. Since then, they have released three more albums, “It Won’t Be Soon Before Long” (2007), “Hands All Over” (2010) and “Overexposed” (2012). As part of Maroon 5, he has received three Grammy Awards, two Billboard Music Awards, two American Music Awards, an MTV Video Music Award and a World Music Award.
Levine’s father and maternal grandfather are Jewish, while his maternal grandmother was Protestant. Levine considers himself Jewish, though, according to his interview in The Jewish Chronicle, he “has rejected formal religious practice for a more generalized, spiritual way of life.”