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30 May 2012, 12:30
The 'Payphone' star says his upbringing has ensured he has always been successful with women.
Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine says he has always found it easy talking to women.
The 'Moves Like Jagger' star attributed his success with the opposite sex to his childhood, which saw him raised by his mother after his parents divorced.
"One of my theories on why I'm so capable of understanding women is that after my parents split, my mom moved in with her brother's ex-wife - my aunt - who was also newly single," he told Details magazine.
"So I was living in a house with two jilted women, plus my cousin, who's more like my sister, and my brother, Michael, who we eventually find out is gay."
He added: "Just the estrogen alone… You know when you're 14 and terrified to talk to a girl? I didn't suffer much from that. It seemed very natural to me to talk to girls."
Adam's was all smiles as he attended the launch of the latest issue of Details last night (29th May) in New York. Check out a photo of him below:
Meanwhile, Maroon 5 recently released new single 'Payphone', which is taken from their forthcoming new album 'Overexposed'.
Recorded in Los Angeles over the last year, 'Overexposed' features ten songs and was executive produced by Max Martin with additional tracks produced by Benny Blanco and Ryan Tedder.