Coronavirus: Kiwi choreographer Parris Goebel's 'quarantine' dance party with Diplo

Kiwi dancer and choreographer to the stars Parris Goebel has shared videos of a "quarantine" living room dance party with a soundtrack provided live by superstar DJ Diplo. 

Goebel and several other dancers joined the Major Lazer founder in his Los Angeles home for his 'Coronight Fever' live streaming event, billed as "an online quarantine concert". 

In clips uploaded to Goebel's Instagram page, she and her entourage twerk around Diplo's DJ decks, which he mans while wearing a surgical face mask. 

The posters for Diplo's 'Coronight Fever' stream feature the tips like "clean your hands" and "avoid close contact."

Diplo commented on Goebel's video of the event, writing: "We defeated Corona this round". 

Fans also chimed in, saying they wished their own "quarantine situations" looked as good. 

There are reportedly over 3000 cases of COVID-19 in the United States and 'social distancing' is being encouraged. The CDC guidelines have stated all events of 50 people or more should be cancelled for the next eight weeks. 

Diplo described his personal situation as "self-imposed quarantine" while he's grounded from playing shows. He said he intends on "getting creative" by "making up random sets and shows live from his house".