This Girl With a Rare Disease Jams to Selena Gomez to Give You All the Motivation You Need to Get Through the Day

Audrey Nethery is a 6-year-old girl in Kentucky who was diagnosed with Diamond-Blackfan anemia, which is a rare bone marrow disease that doesn’t allow her body to make red blood cells. But don’t feel bad for the little girl because she is full of LIFE, especially when she is singing and dancing to Selena Gomez & The Scene’s “Love You Like A Love Song.” Get ready to feel ALL the feels… and you might learn a dance move or two from this little tyke.

It all starts with the obligatory shoulder shimmy to let the crowd know that it’s about to go down.

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That confidence is something everyone could learn from. Do what you love and love what you do.

As soon as that chorus drops, Audrey catches a ghost and lays it all out for you.

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?I, I love you like a loooove song, baby!?

Everyone watching this video must be like:

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*snaps* ?

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And work she does, even choreographing her performance.

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Yaaasssss, queen!

She even proves she can keep up with the Latina pop star she is grooving to.

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#Twinsies, duh!

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Almost couldn’t tell the difference, huh?

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At the end of it all, Audrey shows that she remains humble as she shies away from the camera.

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How Selena Gomez must feel after seeing the video:

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Check out Audrey’s full performance below:

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Posted by Axsam.Az on Wednesday, January 20, 2016

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