Adam Levine Gets New Year’s Kiss Despite Questionable Wardrobe Choice (PHOTO)
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Adam Levine Gets New Year’s Kiss Despite Questionable Wardrobe Choice (PHOTO)

He may own his own fashion line but, when it comes to his personal style, The Voice coach Adam Levine occasionally throws caution to the wind. He did just that after his show on New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas. Following a performance at Mandalay Bay, the Maroon 5 band members and their main squeezes shook their moneymakers at LIGHT Nightclub.

While some might think Adam would be all glitz and glam on NYE, the adorable “Sexiest Man Alive” donned a Hawaiian shirt that screamed “tourist” and a pink cowboy hat with "Happy Las Vegas” bedazzled across the front.

Fiancée Behati Prinsloo didn’t seem to mind. Bandmate James Valentine’s girlfriend, Ali Tamposi, posted an Instagram photo of herself kissing her boyfriend, along with a shot of Behati planting one on Adam, and love seemed to be in the air. Behati went a bit more low-key with her ensemble, wearing a black outfit and black cowboy hat.

Eyewitnesses at the happening nightclub reported that Behati was unfazed by her fiancé’s rather silly style choices that night, as they told E! Online the pair appeared to act “super lovey dovey.” As you might imagine, though, the duo kept it cool and didn’t do the whole attached-at-the-hip routine. Instead, those there said both of them were very social.

As for whether the band members might be afraid of the Yoko Ono curse, the eyewitness reports that the guys appear to have given their stamp of approval to the gorgeous Victoria’s Secret supermodel.

“Behati has definitely won over his bandmates-they seemed to love her. The girls, too — everyone was getting along great and having fun,” the person reported.

What do you think of Adam’s NYE wardrobe choice? Let us know in the comments!

Source: E! Online

01.2.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Marnie Brodersen
Related: Adam Levine, Celebrity Relationships, News, The Voice, Behati Prinsloo

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