As if British singer-songwriter and musical sensation Adele doesn't have enough to be happy about, it's time to add another title to go in her already lengthy biography: that of a life-saver.

Given that she's already a multi-Grammy award winning singer, an immense success for such a young age, and one of the most looked-up to women in the entire music industry, the 24-year-old's name is now being spread all over the news for having the musical ability to lift people from comas... at least this one case.

It's been reported that seven-year-old Charlotte Neve, a young girl who suffered a brain hemorrhage and fell into a coma, recently awoke to an Adele tune. It was a coma that "she was not excepted to survive," having lay comatose for a whole week. That is, until Adele's 'Rolling In The Deep' came on the radio.

According to Spinner:

Charlotte started smiling, and I couldn't believe it," Leila told the Telegraph. "It was the first time she had reacted to anything since the hemorrhage. The nurses were astounded and told me to keep singing, and she smiled again. The nurses said it was like it 'unlocked her' and from that day she started getting better and better."

Not only did she continue to get better, but Charlotte returned to school just days later! Talk about a miracle.

Grammy Award: check! Overcoming vocal surgery: check! Saving a life: check, check, check!

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