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This Maroon 5 Fan Probably Should've Ducked For Cover: Watch

It's OK, Adam Levine. We know you didn't mean to chuck the mic.

Ever wonder what it would take to get pulled onstage at a Maroon 5 concert?

Be careful what you wish for, because for one woman in Toronto, all it took was getting smacked in the face with a microphone thrown by the group’s lead singer, Adam Levine.

In a video posted by TMZ, Levine threw down his mic because he was frustrated that it wasn’t working properly. Problem is, instead of sticking the landing, it bounced into the front row and into the noggin of Stephanie Green.

Levine then rushed over to make sure she was OK, pulling her out of her seat to walk across the stage with her, arm-in-arm. He then apologized to her in front of the packed house.

“In my flustered state, I might have thrown my microphone on the ground and then it might have bounced off of the ground into poor, sweet Stephanie’s face,” he said.

“And what I was trying to get everybody to pay attention, is because I feel so utterly terrible that I had perhaps wounded this young fan so I brought her onstage, ran a little distraction so we could get our sh-t together. She is now enjoying the concert on the side of the stage as she should be. What we’re gonna do is…pretend none of that happened.”