Julianne Hough just made a little girl's wish come true.
The "Americas Got Talent" judge just sent a message to a fellow dancer by the name of Abri.
Abri Bentley, is an 11-year-old girl from Scottsdale, Arizona and she was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma in her left leg at 7, and all she wanted to do was dance with the "DWTS" favorite, Julianne Hough.
In a video posted to Team Abri's IG account, Julianne can be seen telling the young dancer how proud she was of her while offering words of encouragement.
The post was captioned, "Abri was asked by @joinourfam what her dream was and her answer was just to dance. Watching all of the friends that she started dance with back when she was 5 go on to be incredible dancers while she was forced to take three years off has been hard. Abri is a very positive and determined person but the reality of all she has missed out on still gets to her some times. So when @joinourfam asked her how they could help make her dream a reality Abri said 'maybe I could get Julianne Hough to teach me.'"
Abri had the help from Milk Tyson, who started the FAM foundation, "Fighting All Monsters," to help fight childhood cancer.
Abri filmed a video, along with some friends, asking for help from her idol, Julianne Hough.
When asked what was the hardest part about fighting the disease, her answer was simple: "Not being able to dance."
Abri says, "All I want to do is dance, I even amputated my leg just to dance."