It's been about four months since Adam Levine left his demanding role on the US version of 'The Voice'.
And now the singer and proud father-of-two has revealed to Ellen DeGeneres that the decision was made so he could spend more time with his young family.
"I do miss it, but I also don't miss how much I had to work," he said on De Generes' talk show. "I was just constantly working for so many years. I'm very lucky, very fortunate and blessed and all that - but [I wanted] to be able to stop at this moment to spend time with my new young family."
"Now I'm just like a stay-at-home dad, where I stay home and do very little."
Levine has two girls with his supermodel wife, Behati Prinsloo - three-year-old Dusty Rose and one-year-old Gio Grace.
DeGeneres commented that Levine is a very 'hands-on' dad because he's always out about with his kids, and the singer also revealed just how much he adores them.
"I'm obsessed with them. I know that's a good thing, because they're my children … that's why I don't do much," he said.
"I genuinely adore them in a way that I never knew I could adore any little person."
Prinsloo has previously shared on Instragram what a dedicated father Levine is and praised him for helping her get through pospartum depression in an interview on the Today show in June.
"We love you so much. You always put your family first, me and the girls are so lucky to have you," she posted on Father's Day.
The 40-year-old had been a coach on The Voice for almost 10 years and is the frontman of the hugely successful band, Maroon 5.
In 2017, he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Hollywood Walk of Fame for his contributions to the recording industry.