Singers with heart
on 05.03.2015 | 13:21
Every day Adam Levine looks more and more like our idea of a dream man. The singer not only has an incredibly good voice and a lot of charm, but also a big heart. Adam Levine now demonstrated this at a concert, where he surprised a sick fan.
Ever since Adam Levine conquered the world of music with Maroon 5 a few years ago, the singer has had a full-time job. He travels from concert to concert, promotes new songs, keeps his body in shape, and also has a wife who doesn’t want to give up his attention. There really isn’t much time left for his fans, but Adam Levine leaves all other obligations behind for very special people.
Few Adam Levine fans have a chance to face their idol live. But Christopher Warner was one of the lucky ones. The 10-year-old boy, who suffers from Down syndrome, must have exploded with joy because he had the opportunity to experience the star up close. This meeting was made possible by his teacher Avery Stanert, who noticed the boy’s enthusiasm for Adam Levine’s music. Instead of letting go of the fanatical love, the educator recorded a video of Christopher and posted it on YouTube, like “E! Online reports ”. Radio station Hot 99.5`s noticed the clip and one thing led to another.
Adam Levine brought it all with him
In addition to tickets to a Maroon 5 concert, the radio station also organized backstage shows for the sick boy, his mother and some teachers. When the excited fan finally stood in front of Adam Levine, he literally lost the ground under his feet and collapsed according to “Just Jared.” But instead of awkwardly standing up, Adam Levine and his band members simply lay next to their fan on the floor. Both guys will probably never forget this meet and greet!
For every fan, it is probably the best time to meet their idol. Thanks to the help of his teacher, Christopher Warner was able to meet Adam Levine, which not only gave his student but also the superstar an unforgettable day. The leader of “Maroon 5” deserves high praise for his delicate action!
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