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Adam Levine asked Behati Prinsloo's father permission to propose

Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo
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Adam Levine has proved to be quite the gentleman. On Monday E Online shared that Levine revealed in an interview with Ryan Seacrest's KIIS FM radio show On Air with Ryan Seacrest that "of course" he asked fiancé Behati Prinsloo's dad for his permission to propose. Levine would not reveal anything else about the details of the proposal.

After knowing for sure that he had found his true love "The Voice" coach and Victoria Secret model were engaged back in July 2013. They have set the wedding for July 19 in Los Cabos, Mexico. They have planned for the ceremony to very intimate with close friends and family. The couple will host a rehearsal dinner the evening before they exchange their vows in the morning wedding at Hotel El Ganzo. It seems that Levine has stayed very traditional from the proposal to the wedding. The couple has not revealed their honeymoon plans.

The star has not always been a gentleman during all of his past relationships. Adam Levine has spoken out about making amends with past girlfriends. He has apologized for the way that he treated them. Past exes include Anne Vyalitsyna and Nina Agdal. A source told US Magazine that "they couldn't care less he wants to make it right."

The wedding is not the only big event taking place in Levine's life this summer. The Maroon 5 lead vocalist just released his new single "Maps." Fans are excited to hear the entire album "V" which will be released in September. Gwen Stefani will also make an appearance on the upcoming album.

Levine is also making his movie debut this summer. He will act alongside Keira Knightly in the love story titled “Begin Again”. Levine will play a singer who leaves his girlfriend when he makes it big in the music business. His girlfriend finds that she has more talent than being just a songwriter. The film will be released to theatres on July 11.

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