Things aren’t looking great for coach Adam Levine on Season 16 of The Voice. Out of the four coaches, he has the fewest (four) artists left in the competition. His nemesis, country music star Blake Shelton, has the most — eight! (Kelly Clarkson and John Legend both have 6 left.) When not on The Voice or performing on stage with Maroon 5, Levine, 40, spends time with his wife of four years, supermodel Behati Prinsloo Levine and their two young daughters, Dusty Rose, 2, and Gio Grace, who just turned one.
On Earth Day, the 5’10” beauty took to social media to celebrate Earth Day and to announce her partnership with Save the Rhino Trust, an organization that is trying to protect the last truly wild black rhino population which happens to be in her African home country, Namibia. She wrote (see full post below): “Growing up in Africa was incredible. It would be a dream to be able to show my children these beautiful creatures thriving as they deserve for years to come…I’m going back to Mother Africa to help these Rhinos.” The Voice airs Mondays at 8 pm and Tuesdays at 9 pm on NBC.
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HAPPY EARTH DAY! Today I’m excited to share something very close to my heart. I’m teaming up with @savetherhinonamibia to help raise awareness and further educate myself on how we can help save these animals. Namibia (my home country) has the biggest population of black rhinos left in the wild. I am deeply passionate about keeping it this way. Growing up in Africa was incredible. It would be a dream to be able to show my children these beautiful creatures thriving as they deserve for years to come. I’m heading back home to see first hand what i can do to help. How ALL of us can help. I’ll keep you posted! For me, this year is the year of actions over words. I’m going back to Mother Africa to help these Rhinos. They need us! Photo credit: Peter Beard 🦏