This ballerina's life-saving surgery left her with one foot facing backwards -- but the show must go on
Gabi lost her leg when she was just nine years old. She had cancer, and the leg had to be amputated. Her lower leg was rotated and reattached, and her ankle now serves as her knee.
However, the determined Gabi didn't let that stop her from pursuing her dreams, dance and ballet included.
What a remarkable young woman.
See her full video below:
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