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Adam Levine Surprises Girl Heartbroken By His Marriage on ‘Ellen’

Adam Levine and little girl meet on Ellen DeGeneresOn the Ellen DeGeneres Show, Adam Levine met the little girl, Mila, who was devastated to learn he's married. Credit: Ellen DeGeneres Show

Adam Levine is a heart-breaker. Earlier this month, we introduced you to a video that went viral after a little girl, 3-year old Mila, learned that Levine, 36, was no longer on the market. Mila’s mother caught her devastated daughter on video, and the hilariously heartbreaking moment now has over 10 million views on YouTube.

Mila and her mom, Emily, stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show Friday to talk about the now-famous video. DeGeneres, being the generous gift-giver she is, presented Mila with a darling outfit decked out in all things Levine. The cutest part may have been the red heart on the back of a denim vest declaring, “Mila + Adam 4 Eva.”

But DeGeneres was feeling extra giving! The talk show host told Mila that she had another gift for her, and the audience erupted in applause as Levine walked out to his song “One More Night,” carrying a pink rose for Mila. The little girl gave her crush a hug, but when Levine picked her up, she wanted to go back to her mom. It looks like Mila may be able to move on now.

When DeGeners asked Levine what he thought of the video, he admitted, “It was kind of heartbreaking, but it was so unbelievably cute.” The Maroon 5 front man joked that “every single person” he knows sent him the viral video, including his wife, Victoria’s Secret Model Behati Prinsloo, 26, and his mom.

Mila remained shy throughout the segment, and DeGeneres admitted that she thinks “Mila is seeing someone else.” The less-than-starstruck little girl melted our hearts on YouTube, and she may have just broken Levine’s.

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Kelly Spears
Kelly Spears
Kelly is an online news writer for The Knot. She is a professional writer who studied English at Ohio State University. Kelly is a big fan of TLC's '90 Day Fiance' and FYI's 'Married at First Sight.'