Adam Levine and Victoria’s Secret model Behati Prinsloo tied the knot earlier this year, and things are going really well for the pair. Nevermind that this marriage probably won’t last more than 18 months or so – for now, it’s all peachy keen and in fact, it’s made the hair on Adam’s balls grow a little bit thicker. After all, marriage does make a man more masculine.
During an interview with Ryan Seacrest Friday morning, the Maroon 5 frontman opened up about his six-week-old marriage to supermodel Behati Prinsloo, saying wedded bliss has changed him forever.
“The relationship doesn’t change,” Levine, 35, told Seacrest, but he himself had – “in a great way.” Marriage, he said, makes you feel “slightly more masculine.”
“If it’s the right marriage, if it’s the right person, the guy feels a little bit more like a man,” The Voice coach explained.
Uh… well, okay? I mean, look – far be it for me to tell someone how to express their masculinity/femininity/whatever, but I don’t really get that. Does the woman feel more like a woman when she gets married because that’s what society tells us we’re all here for?
I suppose I’m assigning too much meaning to an Adam Levine quote. I’ll stop now.