Washington: Bruno Mars dedicated his concert in Cleveland to an 11-year-old Zumyah Thorpe, who doctor's claim that she was saved by his songs following a car accident.
Bruno Mars. Pic/AFP
Staff at the UH Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio, played Mars' songs to Thorpe throughout her recovery and insisted that the music has helped her progress, Contactmusic reported.
Paediatric neurologist, Nancy Bass said that she was absolutely convinced that singing those the 28-year-old singer's songs and being able to say 'Bruno Mars' was in itself a miracle knowing that all the words to the songs had helped her recover.
The American singer also gifted the brave little girl with his guitar and signature fedora. Mars also tweeted a snap of himself and Thorpe along with the caption saying that Thorpe tonight gave his band and him something that they had never felt before and she was an inspiration to the world.
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