Kiwi dance sensation Parris Goebel has received yet another international accolade for her choreography, this time at the American Music Awards.
Justin Bieber's Sorry, choreographed by Goebel, received the Music Video of The Year Award on Sunday night (local time).
In October, Goebel told Nylon Magazine that she only had "two days" to pull the dancehall-inspired music video together.
"Funnily enough, I had two days to put (the video) together - treatment, choreography, find the location," she told the mag.
"They told me it was just going to be a lyric video, just a warm-up for the song. So I was like, 'Cool, I don't have to put too much effort in to that, it's just a lyric video.' I just got a white room, called up my girls, and we made something really, really quick," she said.
"In two hours, we made something up, literally, and then when we went to film it, we didn't have really any clothes, and so I brought my whole wardrobe and just dressed up with girls. That's why it's all colourful and stuff, it's just my wardrobe. And we just went for it."
Sunday's AMA isn't the first international accolade for the dance, Goebel was recognised for her work at the MTV Video Music Awards in August, receiving three nominations in total.
The American Music Awards saw Canadian rapper Drake, Bieber, Selena Gomez, Zayn Malik and Ariana Grande all take home the night's top honours.