A Maryland teenager celebrated his heart transplant by breaking into dance from his hospital bed.
15-year-old Amari Hall is seen dancing with joy just days after the surgery that saved his life.
Hall was born with hypoplastic left heart syndrome, a congenital heart defect. The syndrome is described by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as a birth defect that has an adverse impact on the flow of blood through the heart.
By the time he was two years old, Hall had undergone three corrective heart surgeries. 13 years later, a cardiologist told Hall and his family the heart had "started to fail." In December 2016, Hall entered the University of Maryland Medical Center and awaited a transplant. Months later, the family was informed that a heart had been found.
Hall will continue to be monitored by doctors to make sure his body accepts the new heart, but his recovery is going well.
"I want to be dancing with the ladies," Hall said, who recently took his girlfriend out on a date.
Check out the amazing video below.