Danielle Perez, a disabled woman in a wheelchair, won a treadmill and a sauna on "The Price Is Right" in an episode that aired Tuesday.

Perez lost her legs in an accident in 2004 and has been in a wheelchair since, according to CNN. Perez correctly guessed the price of a sauna at $3,695 to win both the sauna and the treadmill.  

"Every member of 'The Price is Right' studio audience has a chance to be selected to play," CBS said about the snafu. "Prizes are determined in advance of the show and are not decided based on the contestants."

Perez, a comedian from Los Angeles, was still excited about her win despite the awkward situation.

"This is literally the best day of my life," Perez said on Twitter. "I've been popping wheelies all day."

Perez was able to use her comedic chops to poke fun at the situation, posting a picture of herself making eye contact with the camera while making a face that screams "awkward!"

"When you win a treadmill on national TV, but you have no feet," Perez wrote on Twitter.

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“I just thought, 'Oh, this is perfect, you cannot write this, you cannot make this up.' It's not even that I'm in a wheelchair, it's that I literally don't have feet,” Perez said in an interview with People Magazine. “I thought the day that I won it and experiencing that was the best day ever, but today, sharing it with everyone, it's been incredible.”