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Video of Parris Goell Royal Family dancers for Rihanna superbowl.


Video of Parris Goell Royal Family dancers for Rihanna superbowl.

Video of Parris Goell Royal Family dancers for Rihanna superbowl.

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Footage from Parris Goebel’s TikTok account for the Royal Family Dance Crew (left) and an image

  • horeographer Parris Goebel created dance moves for Rihanna’s Super Bowl show.
  • In a video shared by the Royal Family Dance Crew TikTok page, you can watch an impressive rehearsal.
  • Over 14 million people have now seen Goebel perform the “work” choreography with the backup dancers.

Choreographer and viral dance star Parris Goebel is once again racking up views on social media with the rehearsal footage for Rihanna’s Super Bowl halftime show.

New Zealand dancer Goebel broke into the American mainstream with her choreography in Justin Bieber’s 2015 “Sorry” music video. Eight years later, she was one of the creative minds behind the choreography in Rihanna’s halftime show this past weekend.

Goebel shared a minute-long peek at the rehearsals in a TikTok video uploaded Monday morning. By Tuesday afternoon, the clip had been viewed over 14 million times and had 2.8 million likes.

“Of course they got the royal family dance crew,” one top comment on the TikTok post said.

“This how Rihanna was suppose to perform this,” another top comment read. “Parris killing that!!”

“I literally knew it was Parris behind this masterpiece,” a comment with more than 59,000 likes says.

The video was shared to @RoyalFamilyVids, an account dedicated to the dance crew Goebel has worked with for many years. Her choreography work with Royal Family has a recognizable style, often including minutely synchronized group numbers exactly like the kind seen during the Super Bowl performance.

For a throwback, you can watch Goebel performing with the Royal Family Dance Crew in this YouTube video from a 2015 World of Dance competition. That performance, which itself has 231 million views, opens with a remix of Rihanna’s “Bitch Better Have My Money.” Eight years later on Super Bowl Sunday, it was one of the songs performed during the halftime show.

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