Adam Levine Reveals If His and Behati Prinsloo's Daughters Will Follow in His Rockstar Footsteps

In an exclusive interview with E! News, Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine shared whether his kids with wife Behati Prinsloo would follow in his footsteps and become singers. Read on to find out.

By Gabrielle Chung Mar 29, 2023 12:00 PMTags
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Adam Levine doesn't need to wonder if his kids have musical aspirations.

After all, the Maroon 5 frontman exclusively shared with E! News that his and Behati Prinsloo's daughters Dusty Rose, 6, and Gio Grace, 5, have already turned down his offer for them to continue his band's legacy when he retires.

"I told them they could take over if they wanted to, because I'm gonna be too old at some point," Adam said in an interview airing March 29. "They've said no so far."

However, the 44-year-old noted that he completely understands their decision. "I don't think they want all that heat," Adam explained. "They want to grow up, live a normal life."

But that's not to say his little ones aren't fans of Maroon 5. In fact, the entire family—including Adam and Behati's third child, whose name and sex has not been made public—were in Las Vegas to cheer dad on when the band kicked off their first-ever residency at Park MGM earlier this month.

Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo's Cutest Pics

As seen in a photo shared by Behati on March 26, Dusty and Gio wore noise-canceling headphones as they played with confetti on the ground from the musical spectacular. Another snap showed the couple's 2-month-old cuddling with mom.

"Vegas week 1," the model, 34, captioned her post.


For Adam, the inaugural show was also special because his own dad, Fredric Levine, was sitting in the audience. "I didn't expect to be so close to him when we went out there," the singer recalled to E! News. "He was just crying and being sweet. It was nice."

Maroon 5's residency runs through to August.

For more from Adam and the band, tune into E! News on March 29.

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