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Adam Levine Gets Hitched, Jewish Girls Mourn

Women around the world are weeping as Adam Levine, Maroon 5 front man and coach on ?The Voice,? officially took himself off the market and exchanged vows with Victoria?s Secret model Behati Prinsloo.

4/5 IN SUITS AND ADAM LEVINE GOT MARRIED TODAY MY LIFE IS OVER -A<3? 1D Up dates (@1D_Updates_WW)

July 21, 2014 Adam Levine is married now. I give up.? Alex Goldschmidt (@alexandergold)

July 21, 2014 my wedding vows someday are gonna begin with ?even though you’re not adam levine??? barbie (@5secsoflevine)

July 20, 2014 Levine and Prinsloo began dating two years ago, after Levine?s split from model, Anne Vyalitsyna. As you can see, he has a type. They got engaged nearly a year ago, but only after asking Prinsloo?s father for permission.

The couple tied the knot in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico on Saturday night. Approximately 275 guests attended the wedding, which was officiated by comedian Jonah Hill. Stevie Nicks preformed.

Levine accepted no gifts for the wedding. Instead, he and his wife asked for all guests to donate to the Children?s Hospital of Los Angeles. What a mensch.

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