'The Voice' Judge Adam Levine Reveals If He and Behati Prinsloo Are Thinking Baby No. 3

Adam Levine and wife Behati Prinsloo already have two kids but The Voice judge opened up about the possibility of a third.

During a new interview with Ellen DeGeneres, Levine spoke candidly about parenthood, saying, "It's just so much fun. Being dad's the most fun thing on the planet."

DeGeneres then inquired if they are considering more kids in the future, to which Levine jokingly responded, "At this rate, yeah, I think I'm definitely going to let my wife be in control of the timing of the next child."

DeGeneres followed up by asking if Prinsloo also wants more kids. "Oh yeah, we want, like, a lot," the Maroon 5 crooner replied, prompting the talk show host to ask in jest, "Like five, like Maroon 5."

Prinsloo just recently gave birth to the couple's second child, Gio Grace, in February of this year. When announcing her birth, Levine commented, "She’s got her dad's toes," later lamenting, "Which is a bummer for her."

Their first child, Dusty Rose, was born in September of 2016.

Levine and Prinsloo first began dating in May 2012. They married two years later, in July of 2014.

In a separate interview shared by LDS Living, Levine talked about becoming a father for the first time, saying, "When I had my baby girl, that was one of the most amazing moments of my life," Levine said.

Levine isn't the only parent on the Voice judges panel, as both Alicia Keys and Kelly Clarkson have children as well.

Clarkson actually found her parenting philosophies under fire back in January after publicly admitting to spanking her children.

During a radio station interview, the singer opened up about her parenting style and said, "I'm not above spanking, which people aren't necessarily into, and I don't mean anything like hitting hard, I just mean a spanking," as reported by Cafe Mom.

Clarkson has one biological daughter, River Rose, and 2 step-children, Savannah and Seth, who are her husband Brandon Blackstock's from a previous relationship.

"I warn her. I'm like, 'hi, I'm going to spank you on your bottom if you don't stop right now -- like this is ridiculous,'" the 35-year-old continued, before adding, "So my parents spanked me and I did fine in life and feel fine about it. But I do that as well, too."

While some fans applauded her, many others were very critical of her stance on the issue of spanking.


"I never spanked my children! They are 28 and 25! A boy and a girl!! We are so close as a family! They had to respect us but [we] did not spank in order to get those results!! It takes work and quality time with your children," one person wrote on social media.

"I'm a single mom with 3 boys. I never spanked my children because I taught them to be respectful. They're all teenagers now. A/B students, athletes, and very respectful[,] responsible people. Hitting a child doesn't teach them anything other than it's ok to hit when you're angry or frustrated," added another person.