Maroon 5’s Adam Levine Grants Wish Of 10-Year-Old Boy With Down’s Syndrome (VIDEO)


Little boy with Down's Syndrome meets Adam Levine

Christopher Warner is a huge fan of the band Maroon 5 and frontman Adam Levine, constantly talking about their music.

A teacher at Warner’s Maryland Elementary School decided to create a video to show little Christopher was one of the band’s biggest fans.

Christopher’s teacher, Avery Stanert, explained, “He has just been fascinated with Maroon 5 and especially Adam Levine. He draws pictures of them. He just absolutely loves them.”

His teachers admit he may just a little obsessed with the band, but allow him to listen to their music during work breaks.

The teacher submitted a video of Warner singing the bands hits and it went viral on YouTube:

Hot 99.5’s the Kane Show knew Maroon 5 was coming to town and arranged for backstage passes and tickets.

Christopher was treated to the show at the Verizon Center in Washington D.C. and headed backstage to meet up with Adam Levine and the band.

Little Christopher was a bit overwhelmed and hid behind his mother and got down on the floor.

Adam Levine meets young fan

Adam handled the situation like a pro, suggesting everyone else get down on the floor.

Levine autographed photos little Christopher had drawn, also presenting him with a shirt, poster, drumsticks, an autographed CD, and an awesome experience.

Christopher’s mother, Cecilia, was so appreciative, adding, “Kids with Down syndrome, they are just like other kids, They have wishes and I just think it’s amazing.”

We love this story. And also are loving Maroon 5’s latest song “Sugar”:

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