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Adam Levine throws Sin City bachelor party

Adam Levine throws Sin City bachelor party

GOING TO THE CHAPEL:Adam Levine celebrated in style in Sin City. Photo: Associated Press

Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine celebrated his bachelor party by renting out a lavish suite in a Las Vegas hotel featuring a full-sized basketball court and a dance floor.

The singer gathered a group of 50 friends in Sin City on Wednesday for a big party to mark his upcoming wedding to model Behati Prinsloo, and he rented a huge suite at the Palms Casino Resort.

The luxury four-bedroom accommodation features a basketball court, dance floor, locker room, pool table, a full bar and a butler on hand 24-hours-a-day.

The group then descended on the N9NE Steakhouse restaurant where they ate steaks, salads and seafood platters washed down with shots of tequila, according to People.com.

A source tells the website, “Everyone in the restaurant recognized him. He was saying hello and chatting with everybody in the restaurant.”

Levine then took his chances by playing in the high-stakes gambling area inside his hotel.

He became engaged to the Victoria’s Secret model in July.

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