Sorry ladies: Levine engaged to model
NEW YORK — Sorry, ladies, but Adam Levine is off the market.
The Maroon 5 singer’s representative confirmed this week he’s engaged to model Behati Prinsloo.
Levine proposed to Prinsloo last weekend in Los Angeles. The couple started dating last year. The singer’s rep says the 34-year-old Levine and the 24-year-old Prinsloo recently reunited.
Prinsloo is from Namibia and models for Victoria’s Secret. Levine also is a judge on the NBC singing series “The Voice.”
The Grammy Award-winning Maroon 5 last year released its fourth album, “Overexposed.”
It features the hits “Payphone,” “One More Night,” “Daylight” and “Love Somebody.”
Fox comedy ‘American Dad!’ headed to TBS
NEW YORK — The long-running Fox comedy “American Dad!” is headed to TBS.
But not right away. TBS says the animated series will be moving from its berth on Fox’s Sunday night lineup late next year.
The show will remain a Fox fixture for its upcoming 10th season.
The series will join TBS’s prime-time lineup in late 2014. The network has ordered 15 new episodes. Sister network Adult Swim is set to present encores of each episode after its initial TBS airing.
“American Dad!” follows staunch conservative and CIA agent Stan Smith and the misadventures of his odd-ball family in Langley Falls, Va. The show’s creators included “Family Guy” mastermind Seth MacFarlane.
Jay-Z views album inspiration in England
LONDON — Jay-Z has dropped by an English cathedral to see the inspiration for his latest album: an 800-year-old parchment copy of the Magna Carta.
The musician visited Salisbury Cathedral in southwest England to see one of only four surviving copies of the 1215 proclamation that is considered the founding constitutional document of the English-speaking world.
Jay-Z’s chart-topping album “Magna Carta Holy Grail” is partly inspired by the document, whose name means the Great Charter.
The cathedral said recently that Jay-Z spent an hour at the church, meeting the dean, Rev. June Osborne, and some of the choristers.
Osborne said the star had been “a delightful guest.”
The 750-year-old cathedral is displaying the artwork for the album alongside its copy of the original Magna Carta.
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