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Adam Levine Splits From Supermodel Girlfriend Anne V

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The Voice coach Adam Levine has ended his two year relationship with supermodel girlfriend Anne V.

It’s been two years, over which time Adam Levine and his Russian supermodel girlfriend Anne V have made several music videos together and done a host of Sports Illustrated spreads. But now their relationship is officially over.

Adam and Anne met in 2010, at a Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue release party. Since then, they have looked like a pretty solid couple. But no more.

“Adam and I have decided to separate in an amicable and supportive manner. We still love and respect each other as friends. I wish him all the best,” Anne told People magazine.

The timing is a little awkward (and odd) as on the April 2 issue cover of People, Adam and his  Blake Shelton, his fellow coach on The Voice, joked around that Anne V and Blake’s wife Miranda Lambert are “hot for each other.” That seemed pretty affectionate teasing, though.

It’s not yet known who broke up with whom, Adam or Anne. But it seems that Adam is free and single just in time for The Voice 2012 live shows. Cue much flirting, methinks.

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