Learn JLo's Super Bowl Choreography in Virtual Class Taught by Parris Goebel
Proceeds go to the JaQuel Knight Foundation Dancers Relief Fund.
Parris Goebel, the 28-year-old choreographer behind Justin Bieber‘s “Sorry” music video and Rihanna‘s 2019 Savage X Fenty runway-show-meets-performance, will teach a virtual dance class walking viewers through an extended version of Jennifer Lopez‘s 2020 Super Bowl halftime show routine. Proceeds from the class, which costs $15 USD to join, go to the JaQuel Knight Foundation Dancers Relief Fund, assisting Los Angeles, Atlanta, Miami and New York-based dancers affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Participants can also learn the iconic “Single Ladies” dance from choreographer JaQuel Knight, the acclaimed image director known for his work on multiple Beyoncé music videos as well as performances by Britney Spears, Pharrell and Christina Aguilera.
Sign up for Parris Goebel and JaQuel Knight’s virtual dance classes, scheduled for May 8, at the JaQuel Knight Foundation website. Participants can also bundle both classes for $25 USD.