OMG! What a scary moment for Adam Levine! The singer was completely caught off guard while performing with his band, Maroon 5, on April 6, when a crazed fan stormed the stage and started getting handsy. And it’s all on video!
It’s no secret that Adam Levine, 36, is a total heartthrob, but at an April 6 Maroon 5 concert in Anaheim, Calif., one fan got just a little too excited about being so close to the sexy musician. Adam was totally freaked out when the female fan ran onstage in the middle of his performance — but how exactly did he react? Check out the video and see!
[WATCH] Adam Levine Attacked By Crazed Fan Onstage
When the crazed fan initially stormed up behind Adam and began wrapping her arms around him in a frantic hug, The Voice judge was understandably shaken up, and began doing his best to escape her embrace. But upon realizing she would do him no harm, Adam softened up a bit, giving the girl a quick hug before security arrived to escort her off the stage.
Still, the singer admitted to being freaked out by the situation.
“That was f—ing weird, right? It’s just weird to be, like, in the moment, ya know? And you’re singing and your eyes are closed and you have this beautiful moment. And then the next thing you know someone’s f—ing in your face. It’s super terrifying,” he told the crowd, Fox News reports.
He even revealed that he’d gotten a cut on his ear from the screaming fan’s fingernail. Eek!
This isn’t the first time Adam’s had to improvise during the North American leg of the band’s tour, either! On March 16, he accidentally hit a fan in the head with his microphone while performing in Toronto.
The incident occurred after Adam began having technical difficulties with the mic, and threw it down in frustration. Unfortunately, he hit concert-goer Stephanie Green right in the head. But he apologized to her in the most memorable way possible — by pulling her up onstage!
“In my flustered state, I might have thrown my microphone on the ground and then it might have bounced off the ground into poor, sweet Stephanie’s face,” he said to the crowd afterward. “And what I was trying to get everyone to pay attention, because I feel so utterly terrible that I had perhaps wounded this young fan, so I brought her onstage, ran a little distraction so we could get our s–t together. She is now enjoying the concert on the side of the stage as she should be. What we’re gonna do is pretend none of that happened.”
HollywoodLifers, how do you think Adam handled the crazed fan?