Not long ago we had Manurewa's "Rewa" dance crew shouted out by both Will Smith and Cardi B, and now we have some more amazing New Zealand dance talent killing it on the world stage.
Kiwi dance crew The Bradas has left World of Dance judges Ne-Yo and Jennifer Lopez speechless after a breathtaking performance on the weekend.
Donning white suits and red shoes, the crew of six even managed to drop a haka at the end of their performance.
In a duel against tap dancers The Jam Project, The Bradas came out on top by one point, scoring 89.7 to The Jam Project's 88.3.
Their performance, which included a mix of dance moves, flips and tricks, stunned the judges leaving them in awe of the Kiwi crew.
Lopez described the dance as an "insane" performance that left "everyone at the edge of their seat".
"This was a perfect balance of those insane moments where everyone is at the edge of their seat. I still can't get over catching the handkerchief in the mid-flip.
"I'm not over it, it's replaying in my mind and I'm going 'how did he see it?' It was amazing, great job guys."
Co-judge Derek Hough was wowed at the complexity of the performance and was amazed nothing went wrong.
"So many things could have gone wrong with all the different props, the handkerchief out the sleeve," he said.
"You had so many tricks up your sleeve. Ah, it was so good. I love the burn, a little tap moment in there."
Hough described the Kiwi crew as "a perfect example of dancers being athletes" while Lopez said "You are some of the best athletes and LeBron James couldn't do what you do".
The Bradas now move on The Cut round of World Of Dance.
Fans from around the world were quick to throw their support behind the Kiwi sensations with many claiming they're the best in the competition.
"You guys are all rockstars!! It is seriously jaw-dropping! You're going to win and I can't wait to watch!! You're about to have the world in the palm of your hands," one person wrote.
One former competitor said: "Mad props to the coolest guys in this battle! We laughed together, joked, and just had pure fun with The Bradas!! Make us proud, make your country proud!! Smash!!"
Back in 2015, The Bradas won first place in the adult section of the World Hip Hop Dance Championships in the United States.
The crew also won the World Hip Hop Champs again in 2016, making them back-to-back champions.