If Justin Bieber's comeback wasn't dipped in gold, it certainly is now.
The singer just dropped the music video for "Sorry" on Twitter a day earlier than promised, his newest effortlessly catchy pop single that rides on the heels of the No. 1 hit "What Do You Mean?" (not to mention the heels of the epic Drake-dancing video "Hotline Bling").
Although lacking any appearance from the Biebs himself, the super fun and colorful vid follows a group of badass female dancers busting a move to the beat in funky retro outfits.
There's no way we could ever shake it as well as these ladies, but we can't help but try—there's no doubt that "Sorry" is a smash hit in the making.
Lucky for loyal Beliebers, the video doesn't go without any mention of the hit-maker. At the end, the dancers (made up of two famed hip-hop crews out of New Zealand) blow a kiss to the camera and hold up a sign that reads "We love JB."
The song itself is fairly emotional, with lyrics that include "You gotta go and get angry at all of my honesty / You know I try, but I don't do to well at apologies" and, "Is it too late now to say sorry?"
Well, if Michelle Obama can forgive Justin for his past mistakes and get on board to promote his new music, then so can we. The first lady recently collaborated with Vine star King Bach to promote her education initiative Better Make Room with a short clip that previewed the jam.
Bieber's new album, Purpose, will be available on Nov. 13, and includes the likes of Ariana Grande, Nas, Travis Scott and Ed Sheeran for added star power.