London, June 12 : It was Robbie Williams who helped cellar girl Kerstin Fritzl wake from a seven-week-coma, her doctors have revealed.
Medics said that Kerstin, eldest of the three incest kids raised in evil grandad Josef Fritzl's hellish cellar, was played Williams' songs to help wake her from a coma.
They added that the 19-year-old was hooked on Robbie's hits, including the inspirational Angels, and was now even able to dance to them.
Kerstin, who had never seen daylight in her life, was played the songs through headphones for three days to ease her out of her coma.
The teenager, who made a "surprising recovery," also expressed "many wishes" - including going on a boat ride and seeing Robbie Williams live.
Chief doctor Albert Reiter said: "She has been listening to Robbie Williams CDs and when she woke up we asked her what she wanted to do."
"She said she wanted to go on a boat ride - and that she wants very much to go to a Robbie Williams concert," he added.
He further said that Robbie's music was played to her as the drugs keeping her asleep were withdrawn.
"She still had the breathing tubes inside her but she was sitting up in bed, waving her arms and dancing in bed," he said.
"One night I had to order her to finally go to sleep at 3am as she kept listening to Robbie Williams CDs," he added.
Kerstin's hospitalisation in April brought to light the shocking Austrian incest case, wherein incest monster Fritzl had imprisoned his daughter Elisabeth in a basement under his home for 24 years and fathered seven children with her.