Justin Bieber's latest dance music video "Sorry" has gained well over 37 million views online and features the choreographic genius of New Zealand's own Parris Goebel and her dance crew ReQuest.
The 23-year-old choreographed the entire dance set in just two days, after receiving a call to create the now extremely popular clip.
Uploaded a mere seven days ago, the clip continues to be both viewed and liked from people from all corners of the globe.
As audience numbers have grown globally, so too has media interest, in less than a week, Parris has been interviewed by MTV, Rolling Stones Magazine and The Fader, to name a few.
Yesterday, Justin Bieber took to social media and was clearly overwhelmed with the response the video has received thus far.
Goebel was equally overwhelmed, showing her gratitude towards those who had expressed their admiration for her and the World Hip-Hop Dance champions, ReQuest.
It's been a successful past few years for Goebel. Not only has she choreographed dance sets for the likes of Jennifer Lopez and Nicki Minaj, she has also recently created routines for Janet Jackson's Unbreakable World Tour.
Last year her efforts were once again recognised as she took out the 2014 Coca Cola Amatil Young New Zealander of the Year award.
Maintaining her humble nature in all aspects of her work, there's no doubt we will be seeing more magic created by Aotearoa's most successful dancer and choreographer.
To keep up to date with what's happening in Parris' world, you can follow her on her Facebook page, as well as her instagram page, parrisgoebel.