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Hilarious: Singer Adam Levine Dumped by Supermodel Girlfriend via Press Release

Following last week’s ‘tragic’ news that Maroon 5 front man Adam Levine and supermodel Anne V had split (the one he serenaded in a singlet with a cheesy rendition of Moves Like Jagger on the Victoria’s Secret runway last November), more details have emerged about how the separation played out.

Us Magazine allege that the first Levine knew about the break-up was when he read the statement that 26-year-old Vyalitsyna released to People magazine announcing it.

Now a ‘friend’ of Levine has spoken out claiming the singer was “blindsided” adding the cringe-worthy detail that poor Adam “wasn’t even fully sure they were really broken up.”. . .

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