If you saw your favorite celebrity on the street, would you be able to recognize them? Would you feel comfortable stopping them? Most people wouldn't.
Maroon 5 front man, Adam Levine, says he can't go anywhere without being recognized.
Adam doesn't seem to mind, however. He's very down to earth and loves interacting with fans.
The same goes for Jimmy Fallon, who is known for his light-spirited antics and his contagious laughter.
Recently, Fallon took time off his hosting duties to grieve the death of his mother, Gloria.
"As some of you know, my mother Gloria passed away recently and I canceled our shows last week to be with my family and make arrangements. She was the best audience. She was the one I was always trying to make laugh and she was such a fan of the show, and everything I did," Jimmy shared. "When we were little, my mom would walk us to the store, me and my sister, and we would hold hands and she would squeeze my hand three times to say I love you and I would squeeze I love you too."
But Fallon made a triumphant return to The Tonight Show, and enlisted the help of Adam Levine to film a hilarious new segment.
Fallon, Levine, and Maroon 5 guitarist James Valentine went undercover in New York City to perform some street music. They chose Queen's "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" and hit up the busiest subway stations in the city. The group draws a crowd, but no one realizes who they're listening to.
The video is awesome, and it proves why Fallon and Levine are two of the best celebrities around!