The Maroon 5 frontman surprised a 10-year-old fan with the ultimate VIP treatment at the band's concert at Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. Monday night, according to Today.com.
Christopher Warner, who has Down syndrome, talks about the band and sings their songs all the time, according to one of his teachers at West Friendship Elementary School in Maryland. "He has just been fascinated with Maroon 5 and especially Adam Levine," Avery Stanert, a special education teacher at the school, added. "He loves to listen to their music during work breaks. He draws pictures of them. He just absolutely loves them."
Avery ended up putting together a video of Christopher talking about Adam and signing Maroon 5's songs, which ended up going viral on YouTube. "Adam, I'm your number one fan," Christopher says in the clip, before breaking out into their songs and dancing. After local news stations picked up the video, radio hosts at Hot 99.5's The Kane Show got wind of the video too.
"They arranged for backstage passes and tickets," Avery said said. "They immediately called the record label and worked it all out." Christopher even got to meet Adam backstage, but started panicking, got really shy and crouched down on the floor. So, in a sweet gesture, Adam suggested everyone else get on the floor too.
Here's a shot of Christopher hanging with the band. Talk about a night to remember.
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