Adele's "Hello" been sitting pretty atop Billboard's Hot 100 for the last 10 weeks, but the big-voiced singer has finally been dethroned by one of the most apologetic (or maybe it's unapologetic) pop stars around.
On Monday (January 11), Billboard announced that Justin Bieber's "Sorry" has finally dethroned "Hello" as the number one song on the January 23rd edition of the chart, bumping the scorching ballad to the runner-up spot. Still, even at the number two spot, "Hello" had one hell of a run as the chart champ. It spent its first 10 weeks at the top since its debut in mid-November.
Interestingly enough, "Sorry" remained at the runner-up position for eight weeks, which is the longest wait at second place next to OutKast's 2003 hit "The Way You Move." The Sleepy Brown-assisted cut also spent eight weeks at the runner-up spot behind André 3000's "Hey Ya!"
This gives a whole new meaning to #sorrynotsorry.
Take another listen to Justin Bieber's "Sorry" below!