While the bride wore a custom-made Marchesa dress, the guests – which included Robert Downey Jr., model Coco Rocha and Levine’s bandmates James Valentine and Jesse Carmichael – were not held to a specific dress code, according to a source.Still, their loved ones came dressed for the star-studded affair – and the hot weather – with most of the women donning summer-inspired dresses and many of the men opting for linen suits."If I'm somewhat out of it, you'll know why," he says, his head cocked awkwardly to one side.Between sips of a red eye -- a caffeine jolt of coffee mixed with espresso -- he reveals himself at once charming, cocky, self-deprecating, self-aware, funny and grateful.
"I guess that lit a fire under him, that now he wanted it.""He's not sexy," Levine laments. 'cause like sexy dudes got it before I did and I was like, ' Yeah, cool, I guess I'm sexy like that,'" he jokes, adding that now that Shelton has won, "I guess I'm not as sexy as I thought I was."For his part, Shelton was quick to admit that he planned to gloat after the award was announced in November of 2017."I can’t wait to shove this up Adam's ass," he told . Tim Mc Graw also ribbed Shelton about the honor, posting an Instagram video of himself singing Mac Davis' "It's Hard to Be Humble" in a tribute to Shelton after he heard the news.
"This is so goddamn cool." Adam Levine has peeled a jet-black leather jacket off of his tattooed biceps and is marveling from the stage at the 16,000 fans packed into New Jersey's sold-out Izod Center.
The Grammy-winning Maroon 5 frontman grins widely as the sea of twentysomething sorority types (and a few of their moms) stand before him cooing, "Aaaadam, Aaaadam." On this late-February evening in East Rutherford, the eighth stop on the North American leg of Maroon 5's latest tour, variations on "Marry me, Adam," "Team Adam" and "Prom? Levine, 33, has been a rock star since he and some of his high school buddies began playing West Hollywood clubs as teens, but there's no denying his stardom has rocketed into the stratosphere during the two years since he began as a "coach" on NBC's runaway hit .
"I was never that guy that thought it was uncool for a band to be successful.
I always thought, ' Wow, wouldn't it be amazing to be able to pay your bills and be a musician?