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Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo are easily one of the most beautiful and adored couples in the world right now. It's seriously almost unfair how gorgeous these two are, they totally won the genetic lottery - but that's not the main reason people adore them. What we really love is the way they seem to be really, really, into one another. They showed it yet again at the Victoria's Secret fashion show.

This year's show was already going to be a big deal since it was VS legend Adriana Lima's last walk, but it was also Behati's big return to the runway. She hasn't walked in a Victoria's Secret fashion show since 2015. She's been a bit busy having two babies. Adam has always been really excited for her on the runway - him cheering for her has become almost a part of the show. So we're not exactly surprised that nobody celebrated Behati's return harder than Adam did - and yes it was as cute as you think it was. She walked the runway in two different looks and Adam made sure she knew her biggest fan was in the audience.

You want a cheering section, Behati - you GOT a cheering section. She noticed (because it's really hard NOT to notice a clapping, cheering, standing Adam Levine) and gave him a little point from the runway. Cameras captured her reaction - and it made for a great picture.

Behati is out here making finger guns look hot...

Marie Claire


Those same cameras caught Adam acting a fool for his wife - and Twitter can't get enough of it.













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H/T: Twitter, Marie Claire

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