Oh no! Adam did not get a little sweetness from a fan who flour-bombed him while he was leaving ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ on May 6. The Maroon 5 singer did NOT look happy about the random fan attack!
How rude! While Adam Levine, 36, was greeting his adoring fans, he was seemingly flour-bombed by a random attacker. The Maroon 5 singer and The Voice coach sadly left Jimmy Kimmel Live in Hollywood on May 6 covered in white powder and a sour look on his face.
Adam Levine Flour-Bombed Outside ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’
Poor Adam. Who knew signing autographs for fans could take such an awful turn?
The Voice judge crouched over after being covered in what appears to be flour. While he could have been flour-bombed on Jimmy Kimmel, that seems highly unlikely judging by the annoyed look on his face and from eyewitnesses on Twitter.
Adam Levine was signing autographs tonight and someone threw a bag of flour on him
— MacKenzie Bilbow (@mackenziebilb0w) May 7, 2015
Witnessed Adam Levine get Flour bombed tonight it was so crazy
— Gaby Matute (@GabyMxo) May 7, 2015
Yikes! There’s also some speculation by fans that it was powdered sugar he was bombed with instead of flour, referencing Maroon 5’s hit song “Sugar.”
whoever poured powdered sugar on adam levine is my hero
— sam|inactive (@hesitantfob) May 7, 2015
idk why someone poured powdered sugar on adam levine but it’s funny
— shayna | 70 (@ptrckstmph) May 7, 2015
We’re eager to hear a response from Adam. Hopefully he’s able to take some advice from Taylor Swift and “shake it off!”
Adam Levine Attacked By Crazed Fan Onstage
It seems like Adam just can’t catch a break lately! The singer was recently attacked by an overenthusiastic fan on stage while he was performing during a Maroon 5 concert on April 6.
The fan came up from behind him and started hugging him. While he was initially shocked, he loosened up and gave her a hug right before his security escorted her off stage. Watch the video HERE!
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Do you think Adam was attacked with sugar or flour? Was the attack intended to be mean? Sound off below!
— Julianne Ishler