Photo: Adam Levine Has Sugar Thrown in His Face Outside of Jimmy Kimmel

By on May 7, 2015
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Singer and Voice Judge, Adam Levine was sugar as he exited Jimmy Kimmel Live, following an interview with the late night comedienne. The singer was greeting fans when out of nowhere, someone threw sugar in his face.

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Levine covered in sugar, including in his ear, walked away looking furious at what happened. The suspect was tackled by security and arrested on suspicion of battery.

Of course, since Levine sings the song, Sugar, this has led some to joke about the incident saying things like, ‘Did Adam Levine get more Sugar than he wanted?’

Since the incident took place after the interview, this was not a topic of discussion on the late night talk show. Instead Adam spoke to Jimmy about what goes on when he is on tour with Maroon 5. Since the band only performs a couple of hours a night, there is a lot of downtime, where the guys get to talk, or as Adam said, ‘fight over meaningless things.’ Levine revealed one of the biggest arguments he and his band got into included whether a velociraptor (a dinosaur like animal) could break a double pane of glass. Jimmy was in agreement with Adam saying, he didn’t think it could.

Unfortunately, this was not the first time a celebrity was hit with a sugar or flour substance. Kim Kardashian had flour thrown in her face back in 2012, while walking the red carpet. At the time, the reality star laughed it off and brushed the flour off before returning to the red carpet.

It seems ridiculous that because someone is famous, they should be the victim of these sugar/flour bombing incidents. Like anyone else, they are doing their jobs and should be able to go to work without incident. Part of their job is to promote whatever it is they are working on.

What do you think about celebrities getting sugar/flour thrown in their face?

Head over to the next page to see the photo of Levine following the incident and the interview that took place just before the sugar bombing went down.

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