He's more ready than ever! Adam Levine shocked the world when the seemingly eternal bachelor asked his girlfriend, Victoria's Secret Angel Behati Prinsloo, to marry him. The only thing more surprising was when, shortly after, another perpetual bachelor, George Clooney, followed his lead. But now, after months of being engaged, throwing bachelor and bachelorette parties, the big day is quickly approaching. And the Maroon 5 frontman doesn't seem to be phased at all. In fact, he feels nothing but calm and happiness.
"I definitely feel like I'm sitting in the chair I'm supposed to be sitting in right now," Levine told People of his upcoming nuptials to Prinsloo. "It all feels very natural."
On his role of groom, Levine said he's both very involved and, at the same time, hands-off as well. "I'm probably doing more than you think and less than you think, as well," the magazine's reigning Sexiest Man Alive also told People. "It won't be typical, I can tell you that."
We're not surprised that the wedding won't be a traditional one — Levine, after all, never thought he'd get married and is a notorious party-boy. His Las Vegas bachelor party, for example, seemed as though it was every groom's dream: 50 of his nearest and dearest buddies shared the Hardwood Suite at the Palms Casino and Resort, a 10,000 square foot space featuring an indoor basketball court, professional locker room, dance floor, and 24-hour butler service. The large group of guys also shared a delicious steak dinner at the famed N9NE steakhouse.
Contrary to the way it sounds, the Begin Again star said his stag weekend was "cool and mellow." Shocking, we know.
"I think I've probably had enough bachelor parties for all of the bachelors in Southern California," he continued. "In my lifetime I've done it right."
He surely has! We can't wait to see what sort of unique nuptials this lovestruck pair has in store.