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We love nothing more than when our adorable friend and 9-year-old YouTube sensation Audrey Nethery -- who raises awareness for the rare disease Diamond-Blackfan Anemia with her videos that have *millions* of views -- stops by!
She was first on our show when she was 6 years old in 2015, after a video of her Zumba dancing turned her into a viral sensation.
(We surprised her with Taylor Swift tickets at the time and she was *so* excited.)
And since then, she's performed with Brooklyn Nets dancers, The Brooklynettes and the New York City Ballet, transformed into a doll through futuristic 3D technology, explored Hollywood and sung Taylor Swift's "Love Story" right in our studio -- just to name a few.
This time, we got a sweet video update from her and her parents -- along with an adorable baking demo from Audrey herself!
"Audrey has been doing really well," her dad tells us. "She basically has not had to have a transfusion in over a year now. And her blood counts are doing better than they ever have."
"She's been growing a lot," he continues.
What amazing news!
"Since I'm on the 'Rachael Ray' show so much," Audrey adds, "it has inspired me to cook."
So naturally, we wanted to see her in action! Watch her adorably bake a chocolate cake in the video above.
Hey, Audrey, can we have a bite?!