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"Sorry" is a 2015 American pop song by the singer and pop star Justin Bieber. Since the song's release in October of 2015, it's spawned countless parodies and tributes.
"Sorry" was first announced on October 18th, 2015, and released the following week. The track, which featured frequent Bieber contributors Skrillex, Blood Diamonds, and Yektro, received critical acclaim and was immediately popular, debuting at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 and sold 277,000 downloads and 23.1 million US streams in the first week. The video, which was uploaded the day of the release, has gained more than 845 million views as of February 2016.
After its release, the song spawned many parodies. One of the most popular was by YouTube family vloggers The Holderness Family, who created a spinoff talking about their age and parenthood (below left). Posted on January 19th, 2016, the parody gained more than 775,000 views on YouTube and 15.4 million views on Facebook. Another popular parody, by Bart Baker, was posted December 20th, 2015, and received more than 15.2 million views (below right).
Other prominent YouTubers like Chad Wild Clay also created parodies. There are currently over 400,000 search results for parodies of the song.