A woman with no legs who uses a wheelchair was a contestant on the Price is Right, but it doesn't look like she'll be using her winnings any time soon.
Danielle Perez, of Los Angeles, won a treadmill on Monday's episode of the famed game show and she managed to handle the awkward situation with grace and hilarity.
Perez, who lost her legs in an accident in 2004, posted a photo of herself on the show to Twitter with the caption, 'When you win a treadmill on national TV but you have no feet'.
On the Price is Right episode, she had to compete in a pricing game where she had to match a price to either a sauna or the treadmill.
After properly matching the $3,695 price tag to the sauna, Perez was awarded both items, along with an iPad and a Nike fitness band she had won earlier in the show.
'I kept thinking that it was a really big joke,' she told KLTA about winning. 'But there was no irony in their cheers or applause.'
Perez added that there was an awkward pause from the audience that had been deleted out of the show, but 'everyone at CBS seemed genuinely excited' that she won.
'It was funny because the audience got a little quiet. Like you could feel the audience go, "Wait a minute, that is not appropriate", she said.
'But it was so funny. I had such a good time,' she added. 'I was like, yes I want it! I don't need it at all! But I want it. Now I can use my Nike fitness band on my treadmill. I'm really excited.'
Perez retweeted posts from several accounts commenting on her winning the treadmill and showed she could laugh about the situation.
'I'm in a wheelchair & won a treadmill on @PriceIsRight and have no feet & my blow out was on point. Life got,' she tweeted.
Her best friend said on twitter that Perez's winning proves that the game show isn't fixed.
'My BFF @DivaDelux won a treadmill on The Price is Right, she's in a wheelchair. Lol…At least we know now that nothing is fixed,' she wrote.