Parris Goebel – New Zealand-born choreographer, who goes by the mononym Parris, has captivated audiences worldwide with her unique style and breathtaking routines.
Parris discovered her passion for dance at an early age. She honed her skills and developed a distinct choreographic voice, eventually founding the Palace Dance Studio. Under her guidance, the studio has produced legendary dance crews like ReQuest, Sorority, Bubblegum, and the Royal Family.
However, Parris’s meteoric rise to fame can be traced back to a pivotal moment in 2012. Alongside her friend Kyle Hanagami, she uploaded a mesmerizing performance of Etta James’s classic “I’d Rather Go Blind” on YouTube.
More recently, Parris has been setting stages ablaze with Colombian superstar Karol G. During the MTV Video Music Awards, Karol G made a historic debut with performances of “Oki Doki” and “Tá Ok,” both choreographed by Parris. The world watched in awe as Karol G and her dancers brought Parris’s vision to life, showcasing the perfect fusion of music and dance.
Karol G’s “Mañana Será Bonito” tour also made history, selling out consecutive nights at the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, proving the artist’s undeniable talent and the visual spectacle choreographed by Parris.