They give him “something to believe in”.
According to People, Adam Levine took the time to praise his family from the Las Vegas guest show of his band Maroon 5 at Park MGM’s Dolby Live theater on Friday night.
“I used to do it for myself, and now I’m doing it for them,” Levine told the audience, meaning his wife, Behati Prinsloo, and their three children: Dusty Rose, 6, Gio Grace, 5, and their newborn baby. name unknown
A public call comes amid the rocker trying to fix his image after he was allegedly sent inappropriate text messages to several unwifed women.
Earlier this month, Levine mingled with Prinsloo, 34, on the red carpet at the Women’s Cancer Research Fund’s “An Unforgettable Evening” charity gala, continuing the image that all is well in their marriage.
The couple in love also displayed a serious PDA while attending Vanity Fair’s 2023 Oscar party, where they couldn’t take their hands off each other while walking on the blue carpet.
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In September 2022, it was revealed that Levine had sent inappropriate DMS to several women while his wife was pregnant with their third child.
Model Sumner Stroh first accused the Grammy winner of contacting her, and then two more women made similar accusations.
Levine denied any physical relationship, but admitted that his actions “crossed the line”.
“I used poor judgment when speaking in ANY flirtatious manner to anyone but my wife,” the “Voice” graduate wrote on Instagram Stories at the time.
“I haven’t been in a relationship but still crossed the line at a sad time in my life,” she added.
At the Friday night concert celebrating the first show of Maroon 5’s guesthouse in Vegas, Levine also paid tribute to the late director of the band.
The pop star sang “Memories” as a tribute to Jordan Feldstein, who died of a heart attack at the age of 40 in 2017.
Levine shared that the late music company executive “believed in the band when no one else believed,” and said, “He was my protector, my champion.”
Maroon 5’s “M5LV” shows will run through March and April before continuing again in July and August.