Adam Levine Is "So in Love" with Daughter Dusty Rose

Plus, his opinions on Gwen & Blake.

Adam Levine with Behati Prinsloo and Dusty Rose
Photo: Axelle/Bauer-Griffin

On September 22nd, Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo welcomed daughter Dusty Rose Levine into the world. Almost five months later, Levine still has that new-dad-glow about him, and it's adorable. The Voice star joined friend Ellen DeGeneres on her show yesterday to talk about his baby girl.

Last week, Levine received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and because of it, Dusty made her first public debut. "Who would think that you and a supermodel would make a gorgeous baby like that?" Ellen joked. "She's unbelievable," Levine said. "I'm so in love with her. It's great." Ellen continued on to say how lucky Dusty is to have a dad that loves her as much as he does. Cue awws everywhere.

In his Walk of Fame speech, Levine gushed about Dusty and wife Behati. "I have a daughter, I have the most beautiful wife in the entire world. I am one of the luckiest people who's ever lived and it has nothing to do with me," he said. "It has to do with the people who love me the most so, I thank all of those people. I can't do it individually, but I thank you all."

Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton also attended the ceremony and Shelton even gave a nice speech about his good friend. But if we know anything about these two Voice coaches, it's that they have a fun and intense rivalry-and that goes beyond the show. Ellen was sure to bring this subject up, since the two guys both sent her a Valentine's Day gift. The Maroon 5 lead made it a point to prove he loves Ellen more, saying how he and the beloved daytime host are actually really good friends (much better than she and Blake!). "I named your baby, for instance," Ellen said. "Yeah, pretty much," Levine answered. "I mean, she really kind of did."

Adam also discussed his co-stars' relationship and the dynamic it has on the show. "Blake and Gwen's whole thing is weird because coaches are dating and it's weird," he joked. Well, we don't think so!

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