Nick Jonas, John Legend, Gabrielle Union, Chelsea Handler, Jon Hamm and others performed a dramatic rendition of Justin Bieber’s hit ‘Sorry’. Vanity Fair shared the video Thursday morning.
The clip was inspired by W Magazine‘s video of Hollywood stars 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?” said an emotional-looking Hamm at the beginning of the video.
Ellen Page, John Krasinski, Octavia Spencer and Armie Hammer also take a stab at adding their own flair to the track. At the end, a total of 29 stars participated in the video. Judd Apatow appears last and belts out a loud and intense “Sorry”, before walking off the set.
Bieber tweeted a response to the video with a simple, “LOL.” He debuted the single Sorry last October a few weeks prior to the release of Purpose, his latest album. Skrillex and Blood Pop co-produced the track.
The singer will perform at the Grammys on Monday, Feb. 15 with Jack Ü. In March, he’ll kick-off a massive world tour in support of his 2015 album Purpose.