Adam Levine is taking a much-needed break with a trip to Mexico after just wrapping season four of "The Voice" last week.
The Maroon 5 front man was spotted in Los Cabos, Mexico on Saturday along with his rumored girlfriend- model Nina Agdal.
Levine, 34, was first linked to the 21-year-old Sports Illustrated model last month. However, their vacation marked the first time the pair was photographed together on Saturday.
Although Levine has been previously linked to Victoria's Secret model Behari Prinsloo and model Anne V, the singer told Oprah Winfrey that he does have plans to marry.
"I'm a fan of marriage," he said during an appearance on "Oprah's Next Chapter."
"People think that I keep pooh-poohing marriage, but I love it," Levine added. "I want to probably be married at some point."
Nevertheless, "The Voice" mentor said he would not rush into marriage.
"I don't feel pressure to get married," Levine told Oprah. "I think that when it's time, it's going to be obvious and I'm going to do it and I'm going to really enjoy it."
Meanwhile, Levine recently finished filming the latest season of "The Voice" which saw a lot of excitement, including backlash over a "joke" the mentor had made on air.
In what appeared to be an accident, the "One More Night" singer briefly uttered, "I hate this country," into his mic directly before two of his team members were eliminated last month.
The singing coach was clearly upset that two of his singers were in the bottom two on the series and had needed to be "saved by America" through votes, but his comment sparked outrage.
On Twitter, viewers immediately sounded off about Levine's "hate." While some sympathized with the coach, others were incensed.
In response to the social media buzz, Levine took to the micro blogging site himself early this morning with an explanation.
Maroon 5's lead man posted the definitions of several words such as "joke," insinuating that his comment during "The Voice" was misunderstood.
"joke- noun. 1. Something said or done to provoke laughter or cause amusement, as a witticism, a short and amusing anecdote, or prankish act," the singer posted.
"humorless (hymr-ls) adj. 1. Lacking a sense of humor. 2. Said or done without humor," Levine continued.
The singer went on to define "lighthearted" and "misunderstand" via Twitter as well as a means of defending himself against the flak.
Watch a highlight video from last night's episode here- Levine's comment can be heard at 1:14 in the clip.