Adele has been an inspiring champion of positive body image and all-around great role model in a sea of not-so-exemplary celebrities, but now that her song has woken a young girl from a coma, we’re pretty sure she wins the gold medal for most lovable celebrity, ever. According to The Telegraph, “Rolling in the Deep” jolted seven-year-old Charlotte Neve out of a coma after suffering a brain hemorrhage in April.
Neve’s brain hemorrhaged in her sleep, and she endured a series of strokes and received two operations to stop the bleeding. The procedures left her in a coma, and doctors told her mother, Leila, that she should prepare for the worst. But while Leila was at her side in the hospital, Adele’s hit song came on the radio and she began to sing along, because she and her daughter used to sing it together.
Miraculously, Charlotte smiled, and within two days was speaking and could even get up from her bed.
Two months later, Charlotte still suffers partial blindness and memory loss, but she’s re-learning how to walk and is even back in school and dance classes. Her mother explains:
Charlotte has been brilliant. 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. From the scans, she shouldn’t even be able to walk again—never mind talk, ride her bike and run around like she has been doing.
Now tell us you don’t love Adele.