Adam Levine and the gang from Maroon 5 made a little boy's dream come true backstage at their Washington D.C. concert.
The lucky boy was Christopher Warner of Marriottsville, Maryland, a 10-year-old Maroon 5 superfan who has Down Syndrome.
"He's an awesome kid," said Maroon 5 keyboardist, PJ Morton. "He was a little shy from all of the attention. He didn't want to stand up to take a picture so we all got on the floor with him to take it that way. I got a high five!"
Christopher's teacher, Avery Stanert, told ABC News that she recorded him singing and dancing to hits like "One More Night," which she posted on YouTube on Feb. 23.
"I tweeted it out to the Kane Show who got him [Christopher] backstage passes," said Stanert, special needs teacher at West Friendship Elementary School. I know that when he went backstage Adam Levine said that he had seen the video at that point."
Christopher and his mom Cecilia went to the Maroon 5 show on Monday night, where she said he was able to meet each member of the band.
"He was real excited," said the mother of three. "They told us that we would be last because Adam wanted to talk with Christopher and spend a little more time with him.
"When he [Christopher] realized it was his turn, he was very shy at first. I kind of got down on the floor and he was hiding behind me. Then Adam said 'that’s ok, we’ll all get down on the floor.' It wasn’t beneath him to lay down on a locker room floor with Christopher."