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19 August 2012, 13:44 | Updated: 19 August 2012, 14:08
The 'Domino' star has been thanked by the mother of a former patient for helping her get better.
Jessie J has been credited for reportedly saving the life of a young girl, after the child's mother says it was Jessie's singing that helped bring her out of a coma following a recent accident.
Six year-old Tyla Atkin was place into a medically induced coma after a car crash back in April, and was visited by Jessie on the ward of Great Ormond Street Hospital.
"Doctors say you have to keep talking to people in comas to keep them focused and connected," mum Michelle told The Sun this weekend. "I believe Jessie J saved Tyla.
The 'Domino' singer allegedly sang Tyla's favourite song 'Rainbow', during her visit to the patients of the London hospital.
"She gave my daughter back to me. I'm so grateful," the 27 year-old mum added. "It was amazing. She seemed to really understand what we were going through."
Six year-old Tyla, who is know fully recovered, reportedly says she loves the 'Price Tag' singer "with all her heart".
View a picture of Jessie J performing live at the London 2012 Olympic Games closing ceremony below (Credit: PA):
Jessie J is currently working hard on the follow-up to her 2011 debut 'Who You Are', after tweeting a picture of herself back in the recording studio earlier this week.