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Young ballerina with cerebral palsy inspires in ‘Nutcracker’ debut

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Eight-year-old Pressley Meek never thought she’d be able to become a ballerina due to her cerebral palsy but this holiday season, she will take the stage in her "Nutcracker" debut with Orlando Ballet. Her journey to the stage all began when Pressley was 3 and saw her first "Nutcracker" performance. NBC’s Kerry Sanders reports for Weekend TODAY.