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Justin Bieber Dancers Steal Show In New Music Video ‘Sorry’: Here’s What You Should Know

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Justin Bieber dropped a fun dance music video for his latest single, ?Sorry,? and it features a ton of talented dancers!

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, reported E Online.

So many fans are wondering who the women are and we managed to find some facts about them! Read on to get the details on Justin?s sexy ?Sorry? dancers.

We know the ?Sorry? dance video is just a teaser for a huge dance movie that?s supposed to feature 18 songs from Justin?s Purpose album, but barely anything about the sexy dancers.

Here are five things to know about the dancers according to Hollywood Life.

  1. The women dancing in the video consist of a mix of two dance crews from New Zealand?s Palace Dance Studio that is owned by Parris Goebel. They are made up of the gals from the Ladies of ReQuest and the Royal Dance Crews. That definitely explains how the dancers were so effortlessly in-sync!
  2. In 2009, the Ladies of ReQuest competed at the World Hip Hop Dance Championships in Las Vegas and placed first in their Varsity Crews division. The following year, they were in first place at the World Supremacy Battlegrounds Event and beat America?s Best Dance Crew winners the Poreotics.
  3. Justin?s music video is definitely not the first video the Ladies of Request and Parris have worked on. The crew starred in Vince Harder?s ?I Want This Forever? music video while Parris has worked with Nicki Minaj, Beyonc?, and Janet Jackson.
  4. Parris will be choreographing a dance movie that will be featuring 18 from Justin?s Purpose album.
  5. Not only has Parris worked with some of the biggest names in music, but has apparently worked with Justin for years now!

On Monday, King Bach visited the White House with a slew of other Vine celebs, including Jerome Jarre, Lele Pons, Chris Melberger, Us the Duo and Amymarie Gaertner. There, he filmed a short Vine featuring none other than our First Lady, Michelle Obama, with a snippet of ?Sorry? playing in the background, stated a report by MTV.

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