Freya Hall, 8, has been dancing ever since she was four and has since competed in NZ-wide competitions and even travelled to Australia in January for a national final.
The Christchurch local who dances for Silhouette Studios found the virtual 'Dance Equality' UK-based competition for dancers all around the world online.
Freya said it looked like a fun competition and easy because she could use pre-recorded videos.
Since sending in her dances on April 22, she placed first in jazz and third in lyrical.
"I didn't think I would place at all because there were lots of people in my categories. It was very weird because while I was asleep they were judging and I woke up to the results."
After showing the world what she was made of, she was nominated for a Global Public Choice Award.
Freya is up against two other dancers who are significantly older than her.
The winner will be announced tonight at 11pm.
"I think I will win because lots of my friends have voted for me."
The young star one day wants to dance full-time and perform all around the world, as well as open a dance school just like Silhouette Studios.
You can vote for Freya to win the Global Public Choice award here.