Adam Levine & Behati Prinsloo Go House Hunting In Los Angeles, He Remains On 'The Voice' Cast

Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo are ready to purchase a new home. For the last couple of years, Adam Levine and his wife have had a long-distance relationship, with her in New York City and him in Los Angeles filming The Voice. Now that Prinsloo's pregnant, they are making a necessary adjustment to their living situation.

Over the weekend, Prinsloo flew from New York City to Los Angeles to meet up with her husband in hopes of finding their dream home in the Pacific Palisades.

According to a report by Entertainment Tonight on March 27, Adam Levine and Prinsloo were spotted on Saturday driving around in a gray Porsche as they visited their possible future home. During the outing, Prinsloo put her baby bump on display in a colorful printed dress, while husband Adam Levine kept it simple in a white T-shirt and jeans.

Adam Levine's possible home was situated on the top of the hill and came celebrity-ready with a shrubbery fence, which offers the soon-to-be-parents the privacy they likely desire.

Just hours before Adam Levine's baby news was confirmed, a rumor began surfacing that claimed Adam Levine was planning to leave The Voice after filming Season 10 due to his child's impending birth. However, it didn't take long before the rumor was shot down by a source, which claimed Adam Levine's flexible schedule with the series gave him no real reason to leave.

"Adam would stay with The Voice and will stay with The Voice even if he becomes a father," an insider told Hollywood Life on March 10. "The amount of time he would have to be away really wouldn't be that much. He could easily do both. The Voice schedule would offer no neglect to family duties and he would be able to do it because The Voice would be accommodating to all of his needs. They would all be able to work out a proper schedule to make it all work out. "

A short time later, Adam Levine's wife's pregnancy was confirmed by multiple sources, who told Us Weekly the model was three to four months along in her pregnancy as of March 10.

While rumors continued to swirl regarding Adam Levine's possible exit from The Voice, even after Hollywood Life's report, the Wrap confirmed at the end of last week that Adam Levine would, in fact, return to The Voice for its upcoming 11th season.

"Country star Blake Shelton and Adam Levine have re-upped their deals as coaches, according to multiple individuals with knowledge of the show. Williams will be in the mix as NBC figures out its coaching panel beyond next season," the Wrap reported on March 25.

And while Miley Cyrus was said to have signed onto the series for a "megabucks" deal after appearing as a mentor during The Voice Season 10, both Shelton and Adam Levine are also believed to be receiving high pay. In fact, according to the report, they both make about $13 million each season to appear on the show as coaches.

An individual close to The Voice also told the Wrap that Gwen Stefani will "likely" return to the coaching-judges panel in the spring, following the fall installment, and added that she will be joined by a yet-to-be-determined combination of coaches, which may or may not include Adam Levine.

For more Adam Levine, tune into The Voice Season 10, airing on Monday and Tuesday nights at 8 p.m. on NBC.

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