The new James Bond theme doesn't disappoint -- and naturally, it's already hit No. 1 on iTunes, just hours after its release.
Seven-year-old Charlotte Neve suffered a brain hemorrhage in April, and two operations to stop the bleeding had left her in a coma from which she wasn't expected to recover.
But when Charlotte's mom climbed into bed with her for a final goodbye cuddle, Adele's ''Rolling in the Deep'' came on the radio, and Leila Neve "started singing it to her because she loves her and we used to sing that song together."
Miraculously, Charlotte started smiling.
"I couldn't believe it," Neve says. "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."
Two days later, Charlotte was speaking. Now, two months later, she's back in school.
"How she's still here is beyond everybody," Neve says. "She was very lucky to survive."
Flipping Mad of the Day: A bit of controversy out of tonight's Brit Awards, where Album of the Year award winner Adele was cut off in the middle of her acceptance speech by host James Corden.
Upset, Adele quickly wrapped up by saying "I'll see you next time 'round" and extending her middle finger.
After the show, Corden admitted that he doesn't understand why he was forced to cut Adele off. "Blur played fo
Sad Dog of the Day: After his girlfriend broke up with him, Frenchie went home and did what every mammal in his situation would do: He put on some Adele, sat in front of the mirror, and had himself a good cry.
Cheer up, Frenchie! You're better off without her. I hear she was a total bitch.