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Adam Levine opened up about his former hard-partying ways in a new interview with GQ, also touching on his penchant for dating models. He’s set to marry his fiancé, Victoria’s Secret model Behati Prinsloo, next month.
When his band, Maroon 5, started getting successful, Levine doesn’t deny he went a little “nuts” for a while.
There was a time in my life when I lived probably a bit more on the primal level. And it was amazing," he told GQ, adding, "All of a sudden, I had money in my bank account. I hadn't had a break in a long time. And I went a little f--king nuts. You know? And good … I deserved to go a little bit nuts. And I had the time of my life."
He went on to explain that he’s now matured and grown up from that phase in his life. Part of growing up is settling down, which he will soon do with Prinsloo. However, before Prinsloo there were a slew of models such as Anne Vyalitsyna and Nina Agdal.
"Preference should never be looked down upon. Unless it's based on something really s—tty,” he said.
The 35-year-old also showed off his confident side, admitting he’s not easy to like but if everyone had the chance to get to know him, they’d all like him.
"I'm not the easiest person to love right off the bat, you know," he said. “If I knew everyone in the world, they would love me. Every single last f--king one of them."
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