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Choreographer Parris Goebel's New Sexy Dance "Film" to Justin Bieber's new song is "YUMMY"


Showcasing a new "film" version with beautiful women-- hard-hitting signature dance moves, and body-rolling on a wall. Parris Goebel delivers an impressive display of powerful dynamics and versatility of art and movement--in her new choreography "film," to singer Justin Bieber's new song "YUMMY."


Bieber released his official music video for "YUMMY" on January 4th. World-renowned choreographer and director from New Zealand, Goebel, dropped her cinematic-like dance cover-video of it, featuring her dancers, on January 9th.

The drop, just days after issuing a #YUMMYWALLCHALLENGE and releasing a rehearsal video from a Los Angeles studio with her "Sorry Girls" and friends (some of the crew- the same dancers from Bieber's 2015's "Sorry" music video, which was directed and choreographed by Goebel).







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