Adam Levine's daughter Dusty Rose steals the show at his Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony: Pics!


No surprise here -- Adam Levine and wife Behati Prinsloo's baby girl, Dusty Rose, is absolutely adorable.

The 37-year-old singer received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Friday, and his wife and daughter were in the audience during the special moment. Although 27-year-old Prinsloo shared a pic of Dusty shortly after her birth in September, this marks the first time we've seen their daughter at a public event.

Prinsloo -- who was glamorous in a black jumpsuit and a cream-colored fur coat -- held on to Dusty, who looked super cute bundled up in a white beanie and an embroidered cardigan thanks to the rainy Los Angeles weather.

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Levine and Prinsloo later shared a sweet moment together.

The Maroon 5 frontman got emotional during his speech, reflecting on his family and fans.

"I quickly realized all the self-belief in the world doesn't really matter -- you have people loving you, supporting you, and always kind of telling you it was going to be alright, and that is how you succeed," he said. "And I have a daughter, I have the most beautiful wife in the entire world. I am the luckiest person who has ever lived, and it has nothing to do with me, it has to do with the people who love me."

"This is one of the most incredible, special days of my life that I will never forget," he added.

Levine also tweeted a pic of his brand new star, sharing his excitement.

The singer's good friend and fellow Voice coach, Blake Shelton, gave a speech in Levine's honor on Friday, but of course, not without a little ribbing. Shelton recalled his first meeting with The Voice's cast and crew, and being starstruck by both CeeLo Green and Christina Aguilera, but not with Levine.

"I am sitting there and eventually CeeLo Green comes walking into the room, and it was the coolest thing I have ever seen in my life -- these huge sunglasses look like satellite dishes on his face, and then, you know, a few minutes later, Christina Aguilera came in," Shelton recalled of the February 2011 meeting. "Actually, her boobs came in and then about two minutes later the rest of her body came around the corner, and I was like, 'Oh my God, that is Christina Aguilera, that is unbelievable.' And then a little while later, this little scrawny guy comes walking into the room with a white T-shirt on and the collar all stretched out. And if you would have told me then that this guy would end up being one of my best friends, I would have called you crazy."

Getting serious, Shelton called Levine a "brother," and said that their friendship was one of the most important relationships that he's ever had in his life.

"Adam and I have been on an incredible journey together, and we have both seen some ups and downs," the country star acknowledged. "I have seen, you know, a lot of ups and downs, and I have never had a more honest and loyal friend than Adam Levine through my personal journey."

"So, I know this getting a star on the Walk of Fame is a big deal," he continued. "We all know he is a huge star with music, and movies and television, but I am happy to see him get this because he is my friend, and nobody is more shocked -- I mean proud -- than I am that he is going to have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame forever."

Shelton's girlfriend and fellow Voice coach, Gwen Stefani, was also in attendance, sporting a jean miniskirt and fishnet stockings.

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