Parris Goebel has clocked up yet another award for her work with Justin Bieber, after their video clip for Sorry won Video of the Year at the American Music Awards.
The award was announced outside of the televised ceremony, taking Bieber's fans by surprise on social media as the pop star added the award to his ever-growing hoard.
Justin won video of the year, favorite male artist, favorite album, and favorite song tho— ap (@apakaweezy) November 21, 2016
@justinbieber you won music video of the year for Sorry proud of you dude I can't describe how proud I am love you— Justins my world (@Justinsmyworld8) November 21, 2016
The video was directed and choreographed by Kiwi superstar Parris Goebel, whose Request and Royal Family dance crews performed in the clip.
Goebel's work has been consistently nominated at this year's slew of music awards, including her work on the rest of Justin Bieber's visual album Purpose: The Movement which Goebel pieced together for the star.
The dance icon also made a huge impression at the AMAs with her choreography for Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj's performance of Side By Side.
Fans took to Twitter to praise the choreographer's skill, noting that her work had become instantly recognisable.
Ariana needs to hire Parris Goebel and fire Scott cause that was easily her best performance of STS. I told y'all the choreo would be bomb— ️ (@ButeraDemetria) November 21, 2016
@ParrisGoebel I love you, so much! You're amazing!— Joselyn Lopez (@joeylosa) November 21, 2016