Sexy, and kind.
Adam Levine recently made one of his biggest fan's dream come true, when he treated 10-year-old Christopher Warner to backstage passes and tickets to the Maroon 5 concert at the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. on Monday night.
The band heard about Christopher -- who has Down syndrome and hails from Maryland -- when a special education teacher at his school, Avery Stanert, made a video of Christopher showing just how dedicated a fan he is. She posted the video on YouTube, where it quickly went viral.
Hot 99.5's The Kane Show got the band directly involved with Christopher. Levine and his bandmates immediately called their record label and gave their young fan's mother and several school teachers VIP access at the show.
But it was the 35-year-old Voice coach's reaction to meeting an overwhelmed Christopher that really impressed those that witnessed the moment. When Christopher panicked and crouched down on the floor in an effort to hide upon meeting his idol, Levine immediately put him at ease, and suggested that everyone do the same and lay down on the floor right beside him.
Check out the sweet photo.
"We've been really happy to see how Down syndrome has gotten a lot of attention for this," Stanert tells TODAY.com. "Kids with Down syndrome are just like their peers."
ET caught up with both Adam and his fellow Voice coach Blake Shelton last November, when the two revealed what's really in those "Starbucks" cups.
Watch the video below to hear their surprising answer.
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