Entertainment Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine explains his reaction to fan storming on stage and hugging him: 'I was really startled'

01:56  28 october  2021
01:56  28 october  2021 Source:   celebrity.nine.com.au

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Adam Levine is speaking out after a fan grabbed him during a Maroon 5 performance at the Hollywood Bowl on Saturday. While the band was performing their hit song "Sunday Morning" at the Audacy's 8th Annual We Can Survive concert, a female concertgoer rushed the stage and grabbed onto the 42-year-old's arm in the middle of the Levine knocked over his mic stand as he walked to the opposite end of the stage and continued singing , seen in another fan 's full video. RELATED: Adam Levine Is Unimpressed After Fan Rushes at Him During Maroon 5 Performance: Watch.

Here's What Adam Levine Was Really Thinking When a Fan Grabbed Him Onstage at a Maroon 5 Concert. Adam Levine with Maroon 5 performs onstage during the Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest on Feb. 1, 2020 in Miami. " I just need you guys to know I was really startled ." Adam Levine is telling his side of the story. On Tuesday, the Maroon 5 frontman took to Instagram to address his reaction to a fan grabbing him while he sang the band's 2002 hit "Sunday Morning" at the Hollywood Bowl on Saturday.

Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine has addressed an incident that occurred at the band's concert over the weekend, which has since gone viral on TikTok.

The singer was performing on stage with his band at the Hollywood Bowl in LA on Saturday when a fan rushed onto the stage and wrapped her arms around him.

Levine could then be seen looking angry as he mouthed the word "f--k" before shuddering and continuing his performance.

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The internet has since had mixed feelings about Levine's reaction. While some said the woman should never have stormed the stage, others said the singer seemed ungrateful toward the fan. So Levine has since posted an Instagram Story to address talk he thinks fans are "beneath" him.

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Adam Levine not only had to deal with a fan jumping on stage over the weekend and surprising him while singing , he then felt the need to defend his reaction to it after purportedly hearing that some on social media now thinks he considers his fans "beneath" him. It all went down during a performance at the Fan response was varied in the comments and elsewhere, with some defending Levine 's response to a stranger coming up on him out of nowhere like that -- especially during a pandemic. But others saw it another way. "He needs to sit down and be humble for a sec," wrote one person.

Adam Levine doesn't want fans to think the singer is in misery when he's around them. After a concertgoer jumped onstage and grabbed him in the middle of Maroon 5 's Los Angeles show over the weekend, the star took to his Instagram Story on Tuesday, Oct. 26 to defend his reaction against apparent claims that he views the group's fans as "beneath" him. The 42-year-old alum of The Voice continued, "So I just need you guys to know I was really startled , and sometimes when you're startled you have to shake it off and move on. Because I 'm doing my job up there.

"I have always been someone that loves, respects, worships our fans. Without our fans, we don't have a job. I say that all the time — to our fans," the 42-year-old said in the video.

"To think that anyone would believe that I thought that our fans were beneath us or less than us makes my stomach turn. That's just not who I am. That's not who I've ever been."'

Levine explained that his reaction, which was filmed on camera, was simply out of shock.

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"I just need you guys to know I was really startled. And sometimes when you're startled … you have to shake it off and move on 'cause I'm doing my job up there. It's what I pride myself on," he said.

"I need to let you guys know what my heart is, and my heart is that connection that exists between the band performing onstage and the fans. I hope that we can all understand that."

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