Justin Bieber Gets Emotional With Acoustic Version Of ‘Sorry’

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Justin Bieber has been in full promo-mode leading up to the release of his next album Purpose. The Canadian singer delivered a number of sincere and humble acceptance speeches on the weekend during the MTV EMA’s, taking home five awards in total and a lot of respect from viewers.

In addition to many trips to the podium, Bieber also celebrated the EMAs with an impressive light show and slick choreography during his performance of What Do You Mean. Unlike his performance at the MTV music awards earlier this summer, Sunday’s award show featured less dancing, allowing for a more impressive vocal showing from Bieber.

Now the singer is again displaying his impressive vocal depth and emotional range with an acoustic performance of Sorry. A new video uploaded yesterday features Bieber, along with producer Skrillex and Blood, performing the single. The trio sit on the couch while Justin sings Sorry and Skrillex provides guitar accompaniment in the simple black and white video.

The acoustic performance is a big departure from the album version of the song, which was released last week.

The dance hall inspired Sorry will be included along with What Do You Mean and Where R U Now on Bieber’s upcoming fourth studio album Purpose, set to be released November 13.