The Voice coach gives Christopher Warner, a 10-year-old with Down syndrome, the night of his life

By Wade Rouse
Updated March 04, 2015 03:55 PM
Credit: Courtesy The Kane Show/Twitter

Adam Levine just gave a very special supporter one of the greatest nights of his life.

Christopher Warner, a 10-year-old with Down syndrome, is a Levine and Maroon 5 superfan.

The Maryland boy not only knows all the band’s lyrics but also has “Moves Like Jagger,” as this adorable PEOPLE Now video illustrates.

Warner’s teacher says he even finishes his homework early so he can listen to the band’s music.

A radio show saw Warner’s viral video – which has already received more than 450,000 YouTube views – and contacted The Voice coach, who personally invited the boy, his mom, friends and teachers to a Maroon 5 show in Washington, D.C.

Warner got a little starstruck meeting his idol backstage and suffered a panic attack, lying on the floor to calm down.

That didn’t stop Levine, who suggested everyone get on the boy’s level – resulting in the band joining Warner on the ground.