Maroon 5 played the halftime show at Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta on Sunday night
Rock star dad!
On Monday, Levine’s wife, model Behati Prinsloo, shared a photo of the couple’s daughters — Gio Grace, 1 this month, and Dusty Rose, 2 — in front of the television, as they watched the Maroon 5 frontman perform with the band in front of a crowd of cheering fans at the Mercedes-Benz stadium in Atlanta.
“We love you dada!!!! #superbowl53,” Prinsloo, 30, captioned the adorable shot.
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Prinsloo shared more photos of her Super Bowl weekend on Monday, including one of her and her rockstar husband, 39, embracing backstage.
“No words can describe all of this…. I love you…,” the model captioned the sweet photo.
She also posted a photo of the band’s “M”-shaped concert stage as seen from her seat inside the stadium. “Insane moment seeing that M on the field,” the model wrote.
Ahead of the show, Prinsloo shared a shot on Instagram of Levine and his bandmates walking onto the field.
“Once in a life time….so proud of these boys @maroon5 #superbowl53,” Prinsloo wrote in the caption.
On Prinsloo’s Instagram story, she shared several videos from backstage of the show — including one of Levine with the caption “Yassssssss I’m more nervous.”
The band opened the show Sunday evening with a throwback from their first album, “Harder to Breathe,” as red sparklers erupted around the stadium and the crowd went wild. Next, Levine continued the nostalgia with “This Love.”
Maroon 5 then threw it back once again with “She Will Be Loved” as the crowd looked on and released paper lanterns into the sky to spell out “One Love.” Eventually, Levine ditched his shirt altogether during “Moves Like Jagger.”
The halftime show — which Levine and his band put on alongside Travis Scott and Atlanta native Big Boi — earned the musical acts mixed reviews. Many viewers were underwhelmed by the performances, sharing their opinions on Twitter, while others thought Maroon 5 brought their best.
In an interview with Entertainment Tonight before the Super Bowl, Levine said his daughters would be cheering him on from home.
“The little, little kids, they are going to stay home,” he said. “It is a little bit of a fiasco out here, it is a little crazy, so we are going to keep them home… but they are going to watch on TV and I am going to wear daddy bracelets so they can see that I am representing them well… They get to watch on TV, I am sure they prefer that too, instead of the chaos.”