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Justin Bieber's ‘Sorry’ Just Slayed ALL The Beliebers -- And The Haters

Plus, we're watching his dance video for the song on repeat.

Good news, Justin Bieber: You will not have to punch yourself in the face because I have a feeling everyone is going to love "Sorry."

After many teases, video snippets and black-and-white countdown photos, JB finally unleashed his second single, "Sorry," on Thursday (Oct. 22), and Beliebers may never be the same.

The single off his Nov. 13 album, Purpose, first hit radio and Justin subsequently released a twerk-tastic dance video for the track that features the ladies of New Zealand's Royal Family and ReQuest dance crews. (An earlier preview of the clip had us speculating it might be from the eventual music video.)

Produced by Skrillex and Blood Diamond, the song has a smooth but electrifying EDM beat, incorporating horns and that chill vibe that we got on his first single, "What Do You Mean."

"I know you know that I made those mistakes maybe once or twice/ By once or twice I mean maybe a couple of hundred times," Justin sings on the track. "So let me, so let me redeem myself tonight/ Because I just need one more shot, a second chance."

Justin begs an ex for forgiveness on the song, saying that he misses "more than just your body." He's hoping they can "both say the words and forget this."

So what do Beliebers think?

Well, for one, they can't stop stop moving their bodies to the beat.

And it's on repeat...

Because it's just so good.

Basically, they cannot contain themselves.