Adam Levine: “I Want To Probably Be Married at Some Point”

Adam Levine talks about marriage on "Oprah's Next Chapter," airing Sunday, June 2.  Cindy Ord/Getty Images

Marriage is not out of the question for Adam Levine just yet. In a new interview on Oprah's Next Chapter that airs Sunday, June 2, the Maroon 5 frontman opened up about his rockstar lifestyle and his plans to settle down.

Joined by his fellow Voice mentor and friend, Blake Shelton, the 33-year old revealed that marriage is on his radar — especially while seeing how successful Shelton's two-year marriage is to his singer wife, Miranda Lambert.

"Hearing Blake talk about [marriage], it's great," he explained. "I'm a fan of marriage. People think that I keep pooh-poohing marriage, but I love it."

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In fact, the "Love Somebody" singer says he hopes to tie the knot in the future.

"I want to probably be married at some point," he said, noting that he's not in a big rush.

He continued, "I don't feel pressure to get married. I think that when it's time, it's going to be obvious and I'm going to do it and I'm going to really enjoy it."

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Linked to a slew of models in the past, Levine's comments come just after Us Weekly exclusively revealed that he's indeed dating another beauty, 21-year-old supermodel Nina Agdal. But sources tells Us that it's not serious…yet.

"It's still new," a source explained.

Before Agdal, the singer dated Victoria's Secret Angel Behati Prinsloo since May 2012. Before that, he was in a two-year relationship with yet another Victoria's Secret stunner, Anne Vyalitsyna. They split in April 2012.

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Levine's new thoughts on marriage reveal a slight change of heart for the singer, who revealed he was cautious about marriage in a April 2013 interview with Nylon Guys.

"If you don't get married, you can't get divorced," he said. "Why couldn't we learn from the devastatingly low percentage of successful marriages that our last generation went through?" 

Oprah's Next Chapter airs Sunday, June 2, at 9 p.m. ET on OWN.

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