Selena Gomez Grooves With A 6-Year-Old Who Has A Rare Disease

“... she owned it fully.”

Audrey Nethery completely slayed it last year when she became an internet sensation with her viral Zumba video. The 6-year-old, who has a rare bone marrow disease, is at it again and collaborating with Selena Gomez in a new dance video.

On Wednesday, the 23-year-old singer posted a clip of her singing and dancing with Audrey.

"Finally got to meet this sweetheart," Gomez wrote in the post. "She owned it fully."

After grooving in the video to Gomez's hit "Love You Like a Love Song," Gomez hugged her at the end.

The video received nearly 6 million views in 12 hours.

Audrey has Diamond-Blackfan anemia, which is when the bone marrow doesn't produce enough red blood cells. According to the National Institute of Health, about 5 to 7 seven million babies worldwide are born with it, and many of them have physical abnormalities.

Her father Scott says that dancing gives her an incredible boost of confidence.

"Audrey is smaller than other kids her age due to having Diamond-Blackfan Anemia, and that bothers her sometimes," he told Yahoo News in 2015. "However, her size doesn't matter when she is dancing and she knows she is pretty good at it!"