"The Price Is Right" contestant in wheelchair wins a treadmill

Danielle Perez has no use for a treadmill, but she took one home anyway on Tuesday's edition of "The Price Is Right."

The wheelchair-bound contestant was lucky enough to be asked to "come on down" on the long-running series. When the prizes were announced, Perez soon learned they included a sauna and...a treadmill. A bit awkward, perhaps? Maybe. But Perez took it all in stride. The Los Angeles-based comic ended up winning with both prizes -- and is getting a kick out of all the attention and media coverage she's getting:

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

As for what she plans on doing with the treadmill, Perez told People, "I'm really excited. At first I was going to sell it, but now with all of this happening, I kind of want to keep it to have as a memento. Maybe I could get Drew Carey to sign it for me. That'd be awesome."