Watch 29 Famous Actors Give A Dramatic Reading Of Justin Bieber’s ‘Sorry’

Can you really deny that ever since Justin Bieber’s ‘Sorry’ was released, you haven’t just been dying to hear a dramatic reading of its world-class, prodigious poetry? Lines like ‘I know that I let you down’ and ‘I’m missing you more than just your body’ really demand to be spoken like lines of Shakespeare, not just sung over Skrillex and Blood Diamonds’ banging beats. So you’ll be glad to hear that Vanity Fair got 29 actors at the top of their field to read out Bieber’s lyrics in full, dramatic speech. Some of them took it less seriously than others – Ellen Page’s turn is particularly masterful – but it’s surprisingly John Hamm’s performance that’s least convincing of all.

If you’re getting that too-familiar mid-movie itch of wondering who everyone is, here’s who they all are in order of appearance:
Mad Men‘s John Hamm
Music maestro and La La Land actor John Legend
Straight Outta Compton‘s Aldis Hodge
The Office US‘ John Krasinski
Avengers and Crash‘s Don Cheadle
True Blood‘s Jurnee Smollett-Bell
Web Therapy‘s Chelsea Handler
Flashforward‘s Gabrielle Union
Girls‘ Zosia Mamet
Fargo and Breaking Bad‘s Jesse Plemons
Transparent and Parks and Recreation‘s Kathryn Hahn
Yoga Hosers‘ Harley Quinn Smith
Vicky Cristina Barcelona‘s Rebecca Hall
The Wolf Of Wall Street‘s Thomas Middleditch
The Social Network‘s Armie Hammer
Yoga Hosers‘ Lily-Rose Depp
Mad Men‘s Elisabeth Moss
Orange Is The New Black‘s Natasha Lyonne
Frances Ha‘s Greta Gerwig
Bridesmaids‘ Maya Rudolph
Scream Queens‘ Nick Jonas
The Help‘s Octavia Spencer
Parks and Recreation‘s Jenny Slate
Underworld‘s Kate Beckinsale
Juno and Inception‘s Ellen Page
The West Wing and Juno‘s Allison Janney
American Horror Story‘s Chloë Sevigny
Jurassic World‘s Bryce Dallas Howard
and finally, Judd Apatow, who’s better known for his comedy directing skills on films like Knocked Up and Trainwreck