A heavily pregnant woman has twerked her way through contractions in the birthing suite.
New Zealand’s Amber Renee Murphy rubbed her swollen belly as she performed ‘The Baby Momma Dance’, made famous by American musician Cameron J.
The video was uploaded to Facebook by a friend on December 27 and has since been viewed more than 898,000 times.
It quickly went viral and was picked up by entertainment social media sites that saw its views reach more than 15 million.
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Twerk it: A video of New Zealand’s Amber Renee Murphy twerking in the birthing suite has gone viral
Viral video: She performed ‘The Baby Momma Dance’ by Cameron J in front of family and friends
Ms Murphy gave birth at Waikato Hospital in Hamilton, New Zealand.
The video shows her dance around the birthing suite during labour in a loose-fitting striped dress, an IV in her arm and hospital band around her wrist.
At one point she gets down low and twerks, her pregnant belly bobbing up and down, to the lyrics: ‘Preggo but I’m still doing moves like Beyonce’.
Get low: She danced to the popular song that features the lyrics: ‘Preggo but I’m still doing moves like Beyonce’
Bring on the birth: Ms Murphy’s IV and hospital tag can be seen on her arm as she dances in front of her hospital bed
Her family and friends can be heard laughing in the background throughout the 56 second video, as Ms Murphy dances in a circle by her bed.
Her friend captioned the video: ‘Waiting for Baby to come like’ alongside the hashtag ‘#babymama’.
More than 350 people have commented on the video, with many saying they hope this will be them when they give birth.
‘Haha crackup I’ll give it a go,’ one person wrote.
#babymuma: Her video appears to have inspired others with many commenting that this will be them in the birthing suite
Not alone: One pregnant woman in Georgia, North America danced to Silento’s hit track Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae) before giving birth
Ms Murphy is not the only pregnant woman to dance her way through labour.
In October last year a mother-to-be shunned traditional methods to combat contractions and instead danced to Silento’s hit track Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae).
The 90-second clip uploaded to YouTube showed three women – including the pregnant lady in a medical gown and bright yellow socks – dance along in a hospital corridor in Georgia, North America.