In awkward moment news, ‘The Price is Right’ is catching some criticism about their poor preparation for the gifts chosen for contestants.
News broke about Danielle Perez, a Los Angeles woman whom was recently a contestant on the long-running game show, and her guessing the correct amount on the items she won.
Now normally, a contestant winning the prize is a good thing, but not when one of the prizes is a treadmill and the contestant is a handicapped woman! Luckily for ‘The Price is Right’, Perez has a good sense of humor. The rest of the world? Not so much:
“This poor woman in a wheelchair just won a treadmill on Price is Right,” Chad Neidt wrote on Twitter.
Another person on Twitter said, “For the first time ever I saw a woman in a wheelchair make it on The Price is Right. Her prize was a treadmill. God is very very cruel.”
Perez’s friend said the awkward moment proves that the show isn’t rigged, posting on Twitter, “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.”
But possibly the best reaction came from Perez herself, who tweeted a picture of herself on the show, saying, “when you win a treadmill on national TV, but you have no feet.”
Check out the video below.