Adam Levine recently gave himself a serious hair transformation. He has been platinum blond in the past, and has even gone bald, but according to Refinery 29, Adam Levine recently gave himself a mohawk.
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Adam Levine debuted the punk rock inspired look on his Instagram account, a look very reminiscent of Travis Bickle from Taxi Driver. The caption to the Instagram photo gives his fans an explanation as to why he went for such a drastic look, as the “This Love” singer revealed that he had created the punk rock hairdo by himself. Even Levine’s pregnant wife, Behati Prinsloo, took a photo of him and posted it to her own Instagram account.
Adam Levine and his wife were recently spotted out on a lunch date. According to the Daily Mail, the “Moves Like Jagger” singer and his glowing bride were out for lunch at Nobu Malibu.
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Prinsloo was wearing a bump-hugging little black dress, a cheetah print bag, circle sunglasses, and black flip-flops. Levine, who was voted People magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive in 2013, bared his tattooed sleeves in a striped sleeveless top, and loud palm-print trousers.
Levine and Prinsloo have just celebrated their wedding anniversary on July 19, and on that same day, the pair shared a playful poolside photo of the growing baby bump. Following the release of her 26-piece Behati x Juicy Couture capsule collection, Prinsloo is now fronting LA label’s latest fragrance campaign. Meanwhile, Adam Levine will be joining Miley Cyrus, Alicia Keys, and Blake Shelton on the 11th season of The Voice, which premieres on September 19 on NBC.
Behati X Juicy Couture pic.twitter.com/ld1gAFMjAG
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Adam Levine was also spotted strolling around the streets of New York city with a good friend. According to Hall of Fame Magazine, Adam Levine was seen strolling around New York City’s SoHo neighborhood with Jonah Hill.
Levine and Hill were seen sporting teenage street wear fashion, and the pair were spending time together following the “She Will Be Loved” singer’s gym session in New York City. Adam Levine was wearing an oversized Thrasher Magazine hoodie in light gray, paired with blue shorts on top of black tights and a pair of navy blue Nike trainers. Meanwhile, Jonah Hill was dressed in a black Richardson Magazine shirt and black pants. Hill was also seen wearing white Palace x Reebok sneakers, a white cap, and black shades. Adam Levine and Jonah Hill not only share a common fondness for teenage clothing, but they are also both of Jewish heritage, and both are happy in loving, committed relationships.
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In other Adam Levine news, the singer and his wife are selling their spacious SoHo loft. According to Parade, the loft owned by Levine and his wife is being sold for a cool $5.5 million.
The sunny 2,800 square foot loft unit is located on Greene Street in downtown Manhattan and features hardwood floors and exposed brick walls, huge windows, and 13 foot high ceilings. In 2014, Levine converted three smaller bedrooms into one large master suite. The kitchen features a sub-zero refrigerator and granite countertops, and the biggest bathroom off the master bedroom features a Jacuzzi tub and walk-in shower. Adam Levine and his wife are even throwing in the furniture as a part of the sale, including a huge blue sectional sofa, an antique-looking jukebox and pinball machine, and an Art Deco leather bed.
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Now: Adam Levine, Behati Prinsloo sell loft for $5.5M pic.twitter.com/Hl9j26ICAX
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With their first child on the way, it may seem like Adam Levine and his fashion designer wife have outgrown the apartment.
Apart from the New York loft, the “She Will Be Loved” singer is also selling his five-bedroom, seven-bathroom home in Beverly Hills, which is currently listed for $17.5 million. The home has sweeping views of Los Angeles, as well as a swimming pool and tennis court.
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