Adam Levine meets three-year-old heartbroken by his marriage

But Mila quickly grew disinterested after meeting the Maroon 5 singer face-to-face 

Heather Saul
Saturday 17 October 2015 15:54
Mila was less than impressed after meeting in the flesh
Mila was less than impressed after meeting in the flesh

The three-year-old girl whose heartbreak over hearing Adam Levine got married was watched over five million times quickly recovered after meeting the singer in the flesh.

Mila was invited onto the The Ellen DeGeneres Show after a video of her sobbing over the Maroon 5’s nuptials was shared so many times that it came to the attention of the man himself.

The devastated toddler came face-to-face with Levine on the show when emerged from behind a wall with a pink rose and got down on one knee. But after saying hello and giving him a quick hug, Mila became increasingly disinterested and spent most of their conversation with her back to him clinging to her mother.

Levine told DeGeneres the video was “heartbreaking and unbelievably cute”.

“And every single person that I know - in my entire life - sent it to me," he said.

“The first two people were my wife - sorry, earmuffs,” he said. “And then my mother. They were like, ‘This is so cute!"

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