Adam Levine pays tribute to wife at Vegas show post-cheating scandal

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They give him “something to believe in.”

Adam Levine took time out of his band Maroon 5’s Las Vegas residency show at the Park MGM’s Dolby Live theater Friday night to praise his family, according to People.

Levine explained to the audience that he “used to for myself, and now I do this for them,” meaning his wife, Behati Prinsloo, and their three kids: Dusty Rose, 6, Gio Grace, 5, and their newborn baby, whose name is unknown.

The public shoutout comes in the midst of the rocker trying to repair his image after he allegedly sent inappropriate text messages to several women that were not his spouse.

Earlier this month, Levine canoodled on the red carpet with Prinsloo, 34, at the Women’s Cancer Research Fund’s “An Unforgettable Evening” benefit gala, maintaining the image that all is good in their marriage.

The amorous couple also displayed some serious PDA while attending Vanity Fair’s 2023 Oscars party, where they seemingly couldn’t keep their hands off each other as they walked the blue carpet.

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In September 2022, it was revealed that Levine had been sending inappropriate DMS to several women while his wife was pregnant with their third child.

Model Sumner Stroh first accused the Grammy winner of contacting her and then two other women made similar accusations.

Levine denied any kind of physical affair but did concede that his actions had “crossed the line.”

“I used poor judgment in speaking with anyone other than my wife in ANY kind of flirtatious manner,” the “Voice” alum wrote in a statement on his Instagram Stories at the time.

“I did not have an affair, nevertheless, I crossed the line during a regrettable period of my life,” he added.

During Friday night’s concert, which marked the first show of the Maroon 5’s Vegas residency, Levine also paid tribute to the band’s late manager.

While performing “Memories,” the pop star called the song an ode to Jordan Feldstein, who died at age 40 of a heart attack in 2017.

Levine shared that the late music business executive “believed in the band when nobody else did,” adding, “He was my protector, my champion.”

Maroon 5’s “M5LV” shows will run throughout March and April before continuing again in July and August.

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