Christina Sarni was diagnosed with severe hearing loss at the age of three. While she did not fit in either deaf or hearing world she struggled with depression, bullying, and isolation. At a young age she discovered her love for dancing after seeing Michael Jackson perform Billie Jean and Thriller. In middle school she performed in front of her peers .It was the first time she felt like people didn't see her as the "hearing impaired girl" and became instantly hooked. She then created the stage persona "C-bunny". C-bunny started her journey performing for 7 years at theme parks.
After years of auditioning in the hip-hop world she finally nailed her spot as a back up dancer for Grammy Award winning artist T-Pain. She was also featured on Paula Adbul's dance reality show "Live To Dance". On her bucket list she pursued the world of professional wrestling whereas she utilized her dance moves against her opponents and was seen on WWE's Raw.
C-bunny had the opportunity to be a motivational speaker for schools, women's events, disability parades, film festivals, podcasts, and more. She look forward to sharing her story to others about her journey with her disability.