When Justin Bieber’s ‘Sorry’ first hit the charts it forced anyone who wasn’t an adoring 15-old-girl to give Biebs more credit than they ever wanted to.
Well now, thanks to Vanity Fair, it is now far more socially acceptable to verbalise your appreciation of the song.
This is because they have transformed the tune into a powerful dramatic reading with the help of a host of celebrities, including John Hamm, John Krasinski, Kate Beckinsale, Ellen Page, Maya Rudolph, and Judd Apatow, who closes with raw unchecked emotion.
Check it out:
And massive kudos to Maya Rudolph too, she made those lyrics her own.