Jimmy Kimmel Gives Better Prize to 'Price Is Right' Contestant in Wheelchair Who Won a Treadmill

You may remember Danielle Perez from her appearance this week on “The Price is Right,” which has since gone viral. Perez, who uses a wheelchair, won a treadmill on the show.

The comedian from Los Angeles handled the prize with grace and humor. Then she was invited to appear on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” where she was offered another, much better prize.

Kimmel is sending Perez on a wheelchair-accessible international cruise.

Check out the video below to see Perez win her prize: 

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