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Sorry, ladies: Adam Levine ENGAGED

Sorry, ladies: Adam Levine ENGAGED

In this June 14, 2013 file photo, Maroon 5 lead singer Adam Levine appears on NBC's "Today" show in New York. Levine’s representative confirmed Tuesday, July 16, 2013, that the Maroon 5 singer is engaged to model Behati Prinsloo. The couple started dating last year. The 34-year-old singer proposed to 24-year-old Prinsloo in Los Angeles this weekend. Levine is also a judge on the NBC singing series “The Voice.” Photo: Associated Press/Charles Sykes/Invision

NEW YORK (AP) — Sorry, ladies, but Adam Levine is off the market.

The Maroon 5 singer’s representative confirmed Tuesday he’s engaged to model Behati Prinsloo.

Levine proposed to Prinsloo over the weekend in Los Angeles. The couple started dating last year. The singer’s rep says the 34-year-old Levine and the 24-year-old Prinsloo recently reunited.

Prinsloo is from Namibia and models for Victoria’s Secret. Levine also is a judge on the NBC singing series “The Voice.”

The Grammy Award-winning Maroon 5 last year released its fourth album, “Overexposed.” It features the hits “Payphone,” ”One More Night,” ”Daylight” and “Love Somebody.”

People magazine first reported the engagement.

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