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Maroon 5 Madness
Adam Levine and his Maroon 5 bandmates really honed their onstage skills when they went on tour for three years following their blockbuster album "Songs About Jane."
Adam saying thanks to the crowd after they wrapped up their four-song set for The Early Show/Fashion Rocks concert. I love the sightseeing buses in the background!
Doing an introduction for a Maroon 5 song right in front of the crowd. The girls behind me were psyched to get on camera.
Before the concert, I was on stage warming up the crowd. I was pointing at a fan in a Yankees hat and talking about the baseball playoffs.
My first-ever interview with Adam Levine. Although he told me her prefers singing to talking into a microphone, we managed to have a really good time.
The super-confident leader of Maroon 5, Adam Levine was loving the huge crowd that showed up to see the band.
My make-up artist, Lisa Mirante, and I were having a great time rocking out at the concert.