Ten Second Songs' Anthony Vincent has shared the latest installment in his 20-styles cover series, tackling Justin Bieber's "Sorry" as an array of artists suggested by fans on Facebook.
As Vincent notes at the beginning of the video, he asked his followers to nominate their choices for greatest musical artists, whom he'd then imitate in his next video. While some responses — Sisqo, David Hasselhoff, Nickelback — might have been more joke-y than others (U2, Kanye West, KISS), Vincent nevertheless breezed through the crowdsourced challenge.
Among the highlights of the "Sorry" cover were Vincent's impeccable imitations of Michael Bolton and Ja Rule, and his Milli Vanilli gag, in which he repeated the Bieber lyric, "Yeah, I know that," à la the R&B duo's infamous "Girl You Know It's True" lip sync snafu.
Vincent also pulled off several costume and make-up changes to accompany his performances as KISS, Limp Bizkit, Culture Club and the Village People. For the latter, Vincent was joined by his bandmates in Set the Charge, who also helped him sing "Sorry" in their own operatic rock style.
Vincent's other 20-style song covers include Adele's "Hello," Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood," Michael Jackson's "Thriller," Linkin Park's "In the End," Ariana Grande's "Problem," Jason Derulo's "Talk Dirty to Me" and Katy Perry's "Dark Horse."