Adam Levine Sought Proposal Permission, Admits ‘It Was Extremely Nerve-racking’

Adam Levine may be one of the most desired men ever, but that doesn’t mean that the Hollywood hunk doesn’t suffer from a case of the old nerves from time to time.

After all, doesn’t everyone? That’s especially true when faced with the daunting task of having to ask one’s father-in-law-to-be for his precious daughter’s hand-in-marriage.

And that’s exactly what happened to Levine when he approached the father of his girlfriend, Behati Prinsloo, to ask for permission to marry her.

Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo got engaged last July following a brief split in May. This was just weeks after Levine enjoyed a “romantic” getaway with ex-flame Nina Agdal.

The Maroon 5 frontman revealed in an interview with Ryan Seacrest’s KIIS FM radio show:

“I did ask his permission. I don’t want to talk about it, you know how I am; but yes, of course I did. I had to. And it was extremely nerve-racking,” he said.

Levine, now age 35, is slated to tie the knot with Behati on July 19, almost one year precisely since they became engaged.

The star also discussed the new tracks his band have been working on, as well as their latest single, Maps, which was released on Monday.

“Every time we release a single, it always feels like the first time. I always get those butterflies,” Levine said on the show.

Levine also spoke about the fact that he was excited that his The Voice co-judge, Gwen Stefani, features on the band’s upcoming V album, slated to drop in September:

“It’s my favourite one that we’ve ever done. I’m so excited about this album. Mostly because I think that what we always do with every record… it’s kind of everything we’ve ever done as a band musically. It’s what we used to sound like, it’s what we sound like now, it’s what we want to sound like tomorrow. It’s all those elements all combined to make one, I think, really great album,” Levine told Seacrest.

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