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Adam Levine Having “Greatest Time Ever” as a Stay-at-Home Dad After “Voice” Exit

Adam Levine Having “Greatest Time Ever” as a Stay-at-Home Dad After “Voice” Exit

Adam Levine tells Ellen DeGeneres that he’s just a regular stay-at-home dad after leaving his coaching gig on <i>The Voice</i>. “I just stay at home and do very little. It’s great,” the 40-year-old Maroon 5 frontman said on Monday’s <i>Ellen</i>. “[I’m] able to stop in this moment to [be] with my new, young family and have the greatest time ever.” He adds that daughters Dusty and Gio love it, too. “I know that’s a good thing because they’re my children, but that’s why I don’t do much because I love hanging out,” he said. “I genuinely just adore them in a way I never knew I could adore any little human.” However, it seems older daughter Dusty isn’t a big fan of dad’s musical talents. “This one moment I spent with her, [I was] playing guitar and she was playing with stuff, looking at me every once in awhile,” he recalled. “Finally she just looked at me, put her hand on the guitar and said, ‘Put that down.’”<br />

Adam Levine ‘Adores’ Being Stay-at-Home Dad After ‘Voice’ Exit