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A year later, a reunion

Country singer reunites with the little girl for whom he performed

Posted: Saturday, June 8, 2019 12:00 am

Arria Grace Ingram is a lively 4-year-old who loves to dance, play softball and watch Disney movies, which makes her identical to countless other young girls across the country.     

She’s had to come a long way to reach this point, however. Arria suffers from a rare genetic mutation which causes the tissue on her right leg to grow too rapidly, which led to her leg quickly threatening not only to outgrow her other limb but also to see the otherwise innocuous fatty tissue grow between her organs and threaten her life.

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