Vanity Fair pulled together 29 celebrities while at Sundance Film Festival to perform a dramatic rendition of Justin Bieber's hit "Sorry." The clip was inspired by W Magazine's video of celebrities dramatically reciting Drake's "Hotline Bling."
"Is it too late to say I'm sorry that I don't know the song 'I'm Sorry' by Justin Bieber?" an emotional-looking Jon Hamm says at the beginning of the clip. From there, stars like John Legend, John Krasinski, Chelsea Handler and Nick Jonas all take turns adding their own histrionic spin to the track. At the end, Judd Apatow goes for loud and dramatic, yelling the lines of the song before walking off the set.
Bieber will perform at the Grammys on Monday with Jack Ü. In March, he'll embark on a massive world tour in support of his 2015 album Purpose. The singer debuted the single "Sorry" last October a few weeks prior to the release of Purpose. Skrillex and Blood Pop co-produced the tropical, moombahton-infused track.