You can file this video under things you never realized you needed until now.
Vanity Fair pulled 29 celebrities together at the Sundance Film Festival to perform a dramatic rendition of Justin Bieber‘s hit song, “Sorry.” The video was inspired by W Magazine‘s video of celebrities dramatically performing “Hotline Bling” by Drake.
The video opens up with an emotional-looking John Hamm dressed like a paper boy from the 1920s saying, “Is it too late to say I’m sorry that I don’t know the song ‘I’m Sorry’ by Justin Bieber?”
I’m sorry, John Hamm, but have you been living under a rock? How can you not know this song?
My interjection aside, after John Hamm’s declaration, celebrities such as John Legend, John Krasinski, Chelsea Handler and Nick Jonas took turns adding their own deadpanned spin to Bieber’s hit. At the very end of the video, Judd Apatow yells the lines of the song before walking off camera for a loud and dramatic effect.
If these guys wanted to go on tour and do a super-set of just this rendition of “Sorry,” I’m fairly certain I would buy a ticket. Justin Bieber be damned – he’s got some celebrity competition.
You can watch the video below.