Woman in Wheelchair who won treadmill on 'Price is Right': 'It's hilarious... I have no feet'

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Woman in Wheelchair Who Won Treadmill: 'It's Hilarious... I Have No Feet'

by INSIDE EDITION staff

When Danielle Perez fulfilled a lifelong dream to be a contestant on "The Price Is Right," she had no clue she'd become a viral sensation.

Perez is in a wheelchair. She lost her feet in a tragic accident 10 years ago when a trolley car in San Francisco ran over her.

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"I am so excited right now!" Perez said on the show. But one of the prizes she went for was something she can never use -- it was a treadmill.

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She won and became a instant sensation on social media.

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One person tweeted: "Lady in a wheelchair won a treadmill. I laughed but then felt bad."

Perez tweeted right back: "Don't feel bad. I feel great. I've been popping wheelies all day."

And get this: She is a comedian. She posted a picture of her reaction to winning with the caption "When you win a treadmill on national TV but you have no feet."

She told INSIDE EDITION, "It's hilarious, it's so funny, I have no feet, I'm in a wheelchair I can appreciate this delicious irony being gifted something that I have no use for."

So, what's Perez going to do with the treadmill? She said it'll make a great piece of furniture.

"If you can't laugh at this then what on earth can you laugh at, because way worse things happen than being gifted a treadmill on national television," she said.

The "Price is Right" producers told INSIDE EDITION, "Prizes are determined in advance of the show and are not decided based on the contestants."



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