Brace yourself Beliebers! Justin Bieber just released the first look at his upcoming music video for ‘Sorry’— and by the looks of it, it’s going to be a total must-see! Watch it here!
As if we weren’t excited enough already for the upcoming release of Justin Bieber’s next single “Sorry,” the 21-year-old singer just revealed a new teaser for the song’s music video which features a gaggle of twerking female dancers, sexy streetwear and killer beats. Check it out here! To hear more about Justin Bieber, head over to iTunes and download the latest HollywoodLife podcast for free!
We’ve been ready for “Sorry” for what feels like ages now, so you can only imagine how excited we were to learn that the video Justin posted to his Instagram page on Oct. 21 is in fact a preview of the song’s official music video. “Tomorrow night #SORRY,” he captioned the short video clip which shows a group of female dancers twerking before busting out into a killer dance routine. Though Justin himself doesn’t appear in the teaser, he’s sexy vocals can be heard, giving us yet another look into his Skrillex collaboration.
Even Justin himself seems very excited for his new song as he’s been promoting it with countdown posts (and the occasional threat of violence) on Instagram over the course of the past several days. In addition to the music video, Justin also treated his fans to a clip of an acoustic version of the song posted to Twitter on Oct. 20. The black and white video finds the Biebs crooning a bit of the tune, with Skrillex accompanying him on guitar. “Is it too late to now to say sorry/ missing more than just your body” Justin sings. We die!
As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, “Sorry” will be featured on Justin’s highly-anticipated new album, Purpose, which will be released on Nov. 13. “Where Are U Now” and “What Do You Mean?,” as well as a remixed version of “What Do You Mean?” with Ariana Grande will also be featured on Justin’s new EP. We’re so pumped — we can hardly wait! Justin’s self-proclaimed comeback album is already proving to be a huge hit and is likely to score him more than a few spots on the Billboard Hot 100 List. November 13 can’t come soon enough!
— Alyssa Montemurro