Adam Levine makes the duet dream of a woman with cerebral palsy come true

Apr 21, 2016 at 10:30 p.m. ET
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Adam Levine is a busy guy. He's the frontman of Maroon 5, a coach on The Voice and has a baby on the way with wife Behati Prinsloo.
Even though Levine has a lot on his plate right now, he still takes time to show off his big heart. The Maroon 5 singer gave one fan with cerebral palsy, Brittany Frederick, the opportunity of a lifetime at a press event for The Voice tonight.

Frederick is an entertainment journalist who writes for Starpulseand has cerebral palsy, a condition marked by impaired muscle coordination (spastic paralysis) and/or other disabilities.
While attending a The Voice Karaoke for Charity event at Hyde Sunset Kitchen in Los Angeles, Frederick took the opportunity to tell Levine that singing a duet with him was on top of her bucket list.

Luckily for her, Levine then joined her onstage to sing a karaoke rendition of Maroon 5's 2002 hit "This Love." We were there and captured this video below of the touching, memorable moment.


Levine and Frederick both slayed the song. It's no surprise the crowd went wild at the end of the performance.


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It's safe to say Frederick is a huge fan of Levine. Her Twitter bio describes her as the "Official 13th member of #TeamAdam (#TheVoice)" and "@adamlevine's number one fan." She took to Twitter to share her reaction to the spontaneous duet.


According to her personal website, Frederick "has gone to at least one concert on every Maroon 5 tour since 2011." Now that's dedication! We're sure she'll remember this bucket list moment forever.

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