Adam Levine played an interesting gig last weekend. The Maroon 4 frontman, who recently made headlines for his abrupt exit from NBC's The Voice, headlined the bat mitzvah for Adam Sandler's daughter Sadie.
Sandler told late-night host Jimmy Kimmel he was shocked that he was able to score a cameo by Levine after he reached out to him. Sandler said he texted Levine just days before the Jewish coming-of-age ceremony because he wanted to do something "special" for his 13-year-old's milestone day, Page Six reports.
"I start texting Adam Levine, who's a great guy. I say, 'I'm sorry to do this to you, but my kid's getting bat mitzvah'd Saturday night. Would you mind coming and singing a few tunes? It would be incredible.'"
Adam Sandler said he still doesn't know why Adam Levine agreed to show up, but he added, "it was the coolest thing." He said his daughter Sadie hugged him "so much" after the surprise.