Anything can happen when you are watching a concert of your favorite band, and being hit by a microphone is nothing serious really, especially if it’s Adam Levine. Maroon 5 lead singer, Adam Levine Accidentally Hit His Fan in the Head After Throwing His Microphone in their Toronto concert on Monday.

Adam Levine hitting incident

Adam Levine and his fan Stephanie Green ended up hugging on stage after the hitting incident.

Stephanie Green and her sister had been waiting for this moment to come. They save cash for front row seats and was hoping to get up close with her favorite band, while enjoying their concert. But Stephanie’s dreams came true with just one hit of a microphone in the head! Yes, in the head, and she ended up hugging Adam Levine on the stage.

Moves Like Jagger singer wasn’t smooth enough during a brief power outage at their concert in the Air Canada Center. The system crashed and no one could hear anything, so Adam Levine throw the mic and it flew directly to Green’s direction hitting her in the head. However, despite the bump she is now sporting, she said that she’s fine, and it’s a dream come true, saying, “It’s just literally the best day. My dream come true. I never thought in a million years this would happen to me“.

According to Green, Adam Levine keeps on apologizing, and she said, “I love you, I’m happy, I’m OK!

Meanwhile, Adam Levine said during the concert, “In my flustered state, I might have thrown my microphone on the ground and then it might have bounced off of the ground, into poor, sweet Stephanie’s face. I felt so utterly, terribly that I had perhaps wounded this young fan“.

Stephanie Green was so lucky really. If the same thing happens to me, I wouldn’t mind if it’s Adam Levine’s microphone and it’s really fine and okay with me, but a small bit of concrete off the construction worker or anybody, then I’ll be screaming for some justice. Just kidding 🙂 Check out the video below.

Tags: ,

Category: Entertainment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *