Car accident leaves dancer paralyzed from waist down, but watch what she can do in a wheelchair

Chelsie Hill and her dance partner Josh Killacky are proving that nothing can stop you from achieving your goals if you’ve got enough passion and the right attitude.
Earlier this week, Chelsie and Josh took to the stage live on the Ellen show and wowed audiences with their incredibly moving performance to Calum Scott’s Rhythm Inside.
What set them apart from any other act the show has hosted, was that Chelsie carried out the entire routine in her wheelchair.

Source: The Ellen Show

Chelsie became paralyzed from her waist down in high school after a tragic car accident. she was told she’d never walk again and yet 51 days after she had returned home from the hospital Chelsie started dancing.
Chelsie took it upon herself to spread her message to other women in wheelchairs that shared her same passion for dance.
She recently founded the Rollettes, who are a group of women in wheelchairs who perform in order to empower others and fulfill their passion regardless of their abilities.

Source: The Ellen Show

“Being a dancer my whole life, I had no idea what a spinal cord injury was, but I want to dance, you know, and when I take classes in [Los Angeles], it’s my time to be at home again,” said Chelsie.

Source: The Ellen Show

“I just want to show the world that dance is dance, whether you’re walking or you’re rolling,” she continued.
Chelsie’s incredible strength and determination have touched the lives of millions of people around the world. We wish her the best in her future endeavors!
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Source: The Ellen ShowA PlusWDSAUK


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