No one is crediting Adele for saving a young girl's life ... but she helped.
Charlotte Neve, 7, suffered a brain hemorrhage that left her in a coma last year. Doctors had just about given up on the girl and told her family to say her goodbyes.
That's when a miracle, or the closest explainable thing to it, happened.
As Adele's "Rolling in the Deep" – one of Charlotte's favorite songs – came on the radio, Neve's mom Leila began to sing it to Charlotte … and she smiled.
"I absolutely couldn't believe it," Neve told The Telegraph (UK).
"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."
Within a few days, Charlotte, who suffered several strokes since her brain hemorrhage, was able to get out of bed. Following physiotherapy, occupational therapy, and some speech therapy, the fighter was even ready to go home.
"It was like she was rebooting," recalls Leila Neve. "She was allowed to come home for the weekend and the first thing she said was 'home sweet home.'"
Although the British youngster has been left with some blindness and memory loss, she has since enrolled in dance class and is attending school again.
"Charlotte has been brilliant," said the elder Neve.
"She is so determined and brave. The doctors have stopped telling us what she should be able to do – because she has amazed them so much."