Who sang Sorry by Justin Bieber
Everyone is waiting for "Purpose"
As with the title and cover of his upcoming album “Purpose”, Justin knows how to use the internet cleverly for his new single. He has just published his first video for "Sorry", in which he cannot be seen.
The official clip will follow, but everyone is already wondering: Is the song an excuse for ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez?
Allusion to Sel?
Almost everyone agrees on this assumption. After all, Justin sings the lines: "Is it to late now to say sorry, 'cause I'm missing more than your body."
Either way, this work also has hit potential, the excitement increases until the album is released on November 13th! With "Sorry", "Where Are Ü Now" and "What Do You Mean?" a total of three songs are now known.
# 5weeks #PURPOSE
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The singer has been spotted in the company of pretty women from time to time in the past few days - most recently in a London pub with one of his background dancers - but he is still single. Maybe after his musical apology there will be another love comeback with Selena.
In any case, here's the crazy dance video:
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