Adam Levine Had The Best Reaction When A 10-Year-Old Superfan Had A Panic Attack Meeting Him

This is a totally understandable reaction to meeting Adam Levine, to be honest.

Christopher Warner is a 10-year-old with Down syndrome from Washington, D.C. Christopher loves Maroon 5.

But he had never seen them live!

So his teachers made a video about how much he loves Maroon 5 and sent it Fox 5 and D.C. radio station Hot 99.5.

Hot 99.5's The Kane Show got Christopher and his family to a Maroon 5 show Monday night at the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C.

And not only did he get to see his favorite band for the first time, he also got to go backstage.

This is The Kane Show's intern John giving Christopher a pep talk before he meets his favorite band of all time.

Understandably, the excitement of finally meeting Adam Levine proved to be a bit much and Christopher had a panic attack. So Levine and the rest of the band decided they'd just chill out on the ground with him.

Which, if you ask me, is a much cooler way to hang out with Maroon 5 than your typical meet and greet.

Here's the full video Christopher's teachers made to get him backstage.

View this video on YouTube

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