Wheelchair-Bound Abby Lee Miller Cries As Man Sings For Her Outside Hospital

Friends Sing For Ill Wheelchair Bound Abby Lee Miller
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Jul. 15 2018, Updated 9:51 p.m. ET

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Delicate cancer-stricken Abby Lee Miller posted a video on Saturday showing a singer raising her spirits!

Mackenzie Sol sang the poignant tune "I just want you to know who I am" while strumming a guitar outside Miller's hospital in Los Angeles as she listened from her wheelchair and then put a mask over her mouth.

Miller captioned the heartbreaking Instagram video with, "I bet I'm the only patient who gets Serenaded between Physical Therapy! Thank you @mackenziesol for lifting my spirits and making me forget my ailments for a while!

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#abbylee #abbyleemiller #dancemoms #singer #solmate #aldc #aldcla."

Lyrics to the song include, "And I don't want the world to see me 'cause I don't think that they'd understand. When everything's meant to be broken, I just want you to know who I am."

The camera switched from Sol to Miller after he sang the survival song, and the Dance Moms coach appeared to be in tears.

She let out a weak "Yay," and clapped, putting a mask back over her face as a health care worker sat beside her.

British-born singer Sol then said to Miller, "I made you cry!"

Miller's devoted followers were touched, with one writing, "Stay strong and always praying for you.❤❤❤"

As reported yesterday, Miller showed off a photo of herself in a hospital harness after broke the details of her return to Dance Moms this week.

Fragile-looking Miller, 51, wore a black stocking cap and a smile as she was held up by the medical harness as she got physical therapy.

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Miller wrote as a caption for the July 13 post, "Look at me, way up high. I never thought I'd be cast in the role of Peter Pan, but I'm harnessed up and ready to fly!! #abbylee #abbyleemiller #dancemoms #fighter #dance #aldc #aldcla."

The disgraced reality TV star is now fighting for life after serving her prison sentence for not reporting an international monetary transaction and one count of concealing bankruptcy assets.

In March, Miller had been transferred from the prison to a halfway house in Van Nuys, California but she then had to be rushed to the hospital.

She was ultimately diagnosed with Burkitt lymphoma, a rare and fast-growing cancer that affects the lymph nodes. She's endured chemotherapy and has been confined to a wheelchair.

Still, the brave TV star, a source exclusively told Radar, is returning to work on Dance Moms, season 8.

"They have started filming and apparently they will pick up from inside the hospital, where Abby needs to build a team from scratch. She's starting all over, a full reset," an insider told Radar.

Although Miller has been battling cancer at an L.A. hospital, she is expected to "go back to her roots in Pittsburg to build a new Abby Lee Dance Company team with all new unknown names on the new season."

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