Erindera Wallenda says hanging upside down 150 feet above the ground is no big deal.
She should know. She’s been doing stunts since she was a toddler.
The wife of daredevil Nik Wallenda thrilled a crowd of 100,000 at a NASCAR race in Charlotte, North Carolina on Sunday.
Suspended from a large ring dangling from a helicopter, Wallenda performed a breathtaking routine while hanging on by her toes.
“To me, it is like an aerial ballet,” the 34-year-old INSIDE EDITION.
Husband Nik, a descendant of the famous Flying Wallendas, wowed spectators in 2012 by walking a tight wire over Niagara Falls. Last year, he walked a high wire between skyscrapers in Chicago.
At the North Carolina car race, he was happy to have the day off.
“Nik was like, ‘This is pretty cool. I don’t have to risk my life today, I can just carry the bags,’’’ his wife said.
She, too, was born to a circus family.
“I’ve been practicing since I was two years old,” she said.