The 'Moves Like Jagger' hitmaker recently admitted he would like to get married in the future, saying: "I'm a fan of marriage.
People think that I keep pooh-poohing marriage, but I love it.
According to the press, and summed up by Walter Tunis of the Lexington Herald-Leader, Maroon 5 was "one of the hottest new pop rock bands in the land." In February 2005 the music industry added its approval to the statement by presenting Maroon 5 with a Grammy Award for Best New Artist.
Ironically, although considered new on the music scene, the band actually had been performing together for ten years.
According to US reports the pair were spotted have lunch together in Los Angeles recently.
In addition, their success in 2005 was built around an album, Songs about Jane, that was three years old.
Since the album's 2002 release Maroon 5 toured almost nonstop, and thanks to word of mouth, their fan base slowly grew. Maroon 5 is composed of five members: lead singer Adam Levine (March 18, 1979); keyboardist Jesse Carmichael; bass player Mickey Madden; lead guitarist James Valentine (October 5, 1978); and drummer Ryan Dusick.
His spokesman confirmed the news to People.com, saying: "Adam Levine and his girlfriend Behati Prinsloo are excited to announce they are engaged to be married.
"The couple recently reunited and Adam proposed this weekend in Los Angeles," he added.