Celebs Give Justin Bieber's "Sorry" A Dramatic Reading & You'll Never Hear The Song The Same Way Again — VIDEO
Let's face it, Justin Bieber's "Sorry" is never going to get old and I, admittedly, will continuously listen to it on repeat. Clearly, he is a genius for this song, because everyone loves it (you know you do, don't pretend). Well, the same can be said for a group of celebrities who dramatically read Justin Bieber's "Sorry" lyrics. For Vanity Fair, 29 celebs came together to read the lyrics that I just can't seem to get out of my head. Basically, I will never listen to "Sorry" the same way ever again and will forever picture John Krasinski being super dramatic, which is totally fine with me, because, hello, John Krasinski.
In addition to The Office star, Jon Hamm (who doesn't know a thing about "Sorry"), Elisabeth Moss, John Legend, Don Cheadle, Gabrielle Union, Jesse Plemons, Octavia Spencer, Nick Jonas, Maya Rudolph, Ellen Page, Judd Apatow, and many more put their creative talents to the test for this very important project.
The dramatic reading of Bieber's lyrics will take you back to that time celebrities recited lyrics to Drake's "Hotline Bling" produced by W magazine. Actually, Vanity Fair's video was inspired by W's idea. So, what song will celebs dramatically read next? Here's hoping it's the theme song to Gilmore Girls read by the GG cast, because that revival is the only thing that matters in my life right now.
With that, let's take a moment to reflect on some of the greatest celeb reactions during their readings of "Sorry".
As Hamm says, "Is it too late to say I'm sorry that I don't know the song 'I'm Sorry' by Justin Bieber?"
He does "Sorry" justice.
The Frances Ha actor is trying not to laugh.
The Silicon Valley comedian isn't really sure about the words coming out of his mouth.
She takes this stuff seriously.
Are those tears?
She's really feeling it.
Judd Apatow totally gets into it.
With that, here's the full-length video of celebrities reciting "Sorry" like you've never heard it before.
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