Girl With Rare Disease Serenades Internet With Cutest “What Makes You Beautiful” Cover.

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Little Audrey Netherey first rose to YouTube fame in 2014 at the age of 6 when her family began posting videos showcasing Audrey’s adorable personality and love of music. Audrey has Diamond Blackfan Anemia, a rare blood disorder which requires frequent blood transfusions, and she uses her viral stardom to raise awareness and money for research.

In most of Audrey’s videos, she’s singing and dancing in her PJs, and everyone knows she loves karaoke! Last year, Audrey gained so much attention on YouTube, The Singing Machine Company sent her a brand new karaoke machine for Valentine’s Day 2016. That’s when the adorable video below was recorded.

In the video, Audrey belts out a heartfelt rendition of One Direction’s “What Makes You Beautiful.” Complete with some epic hair tossing…She completes her performance by striking a dramatic pose! It’s quite a workout.

Watch the video below to see why this little girl has fans all around the world! With her adorable personality and precious giggle, Audrey is sure to steal your heart too.

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