Adam levine recalls shooting ‘she will be loved’ video with kelly preston

Adam Levine is looking back fondly on his brief time working with the late Kelly Preston.

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The actress died in July at the age of 57 after a two-year battle with breast cancer.

Among her many roles was an appearance in the music đoạn Clip for Maroon 5’s “She Will Be Loved.”

During a recent interview on “The Howard Stern Show,” Levine, 41, reflected on filming with the “Jerry Maguire” star, in which he played a man that lusts for the mother of his young girlfrikết thúc. Preston played the mother, who was stuchồng in an abusive sầu relationship with her husbvà.

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“I fall in love sầu with the mom,” recounted the Maroon 5 frontman, per E! News, comparing the video clip khổng lồ the film “The Graduate,” which follows a similar plot. “That was the whole vibe. That is what I was trying khổng lồ go for.”

Preston wasn’t the only actress to lớn be considered for the role, however, as Levine revealed that Diane Lane was among mỏi his “top two” picks for the character.

“When we sat there và I first met her, she was super cool,” he remembered. “I rethành viên I was nervous because not only had I not kissed a person I didn’t know before that was definitely older than me và who I definitely for sure 100 percent even remember specifically doing s–t lớn back in the day … Now I’m in the f–king room with this person and I can’t believe sầu it.”

Despite feeling on edge, the musician said Preston “made feel comfortable.”

Without much filming experience under his belt, Levine said he dove sầu in for a passionate kiss, leaving the actress surprised.

“Right as we vì it, I just kiss her, kiss her. I didn’t know what a movie kiss was. I wouldn’t say I jammed my tongue down her throat but I would say I gave her a real French kiss,” he said. “I’ll never forget it as long as I live. I go inlớn kiss her & she’s like, ‘Woah! Woah! Woah! Woah! Oh cowboy. You don’t use the tongue."”

Nowadays, the video clip is among mỏi the band’s most memorable.

“It was one of those isolated, beautiful experiences,” the singer said. “The video wound up becoming this classic video that everyone loves. I never got to lớn speak lớn her about it. Life goes on và obviously, we never crossed paths again. I was so sad khổng lồ hear that news, man.”

He added: “It’s so crazy that she passed away. It blows me away. I can’t even believe it.”