Adam Levine recalls shooting ‘She Will Be Loved’ video with Kelly Preston


Adam Levine is wanting back again fondly on his temporary time doing the job with the late Kelly Preston.

The actress died in July at the age of 57 right after a two-calendar year fight with breast most cancers.

Among the her several roles was an visual appearance in the songs video clip for Maroon 5’s “She Will Be Liked.”

During a new interview on “The Howard Stern Present,” Levine, 41, reflected on filming with the “Jerry Maguire” star, in which he performed a man that lusts for the mother of his young girlfriend. Preston performed the mom, who was trapped in an abusive connection with her spouse.

“I fall in like with the mom,” recounted the Maroon 5 frontman, per E! Information, evaluating the video to the movie “The Graduate,” which follows a similar plot. “That was the complete vibe. That is what I was making an attempt to go for.”

Preston was not the only actress to be viewed as for the job, on the other hand, as Levine revealed that Diane Lane was among his “top two” picks for the character.

“When we sat there and I first satisfied her, she was super amazing,” he remembered. “I don’t forget I was nervous since not only had I not kissed a human being I didn’t know ahead of that was unquestionably older than me and who I certainly for certain 100 per cent even try to remember specifically performing s–t to again in the working day … Now I’m in the f–king home with this person and I can not consider it.”

Irrespective of experience on edge, the musician said Preston “made [him] sense comfortable.”

Without the need of considerably filming experience underneath his belt, Levine reported he dove in for a passionate kiss, leaving the actress shocked.

“Right as we do it, I just kiss her, kiss her. I did not 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 genuine French kiss,” he said. “I’ll in no way fail to remember it as extended as I live. I go into kiss her and she’s like, ‘Woah! Woah! Woah! Woah! Oh cowboy. You do not use the tongue.’”

Presently, the online video is among the band’s most unforgettable.

“It was one of individuals isolated, gorgeous activities,” the singer mentioned. “The video wound up starting to be this basic video clip that everybody enjoys. I in no way acquired to talk to her about it. Lifetime goes on and of course, we never ever crossed paths yet again. I was so unfortunate to listen to that news, person.”

He additional: “It’s so mad that she passed absent. It blows me away. I simply cannot even believe it.”