Adam Levine is, well, in misery.
After his Sports Illustrated swimsuit model girlfriend of two years, Anne Vyalitsyna, dumped him, she announced it to the world April 2 without giving him a heads-up.
"It was a cheap shot," a pal tells the new issue of Us Weekly (out now). "Anne didn't want it to look like he broke up with her."
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The Maroon 5 frontman and Voice mentor, 33 -- who was home in L.A. when Vyalitsyna broke up with him from NYC -- "was blindsided," says a Levine pal. "Adam's heartbroken. He wasn't even fully sure they were really broken up."
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Though Levine didn't predict a split, friends of the couple saw it coming. "Anne said he didn't pay her enough attention," a friend of the model, 26, tells Us.
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Another gripe: Levine wasn't planning to propose anytime soon. "As a woman, you get to a point where you want to get married," an insider explains. "Adam wasn't ready to take that step."
For more details on their split -- including how Vyalitsyna is already "telling people she wants to meet guys" -- pick up the new issue of Us Weekly, out now!
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