What we wouldn't give to be able to move our hips like that! The video for Justin Bieber's brand new single 'Sorry' is definitely his best, and it's all down to a group of uber skilled urban dancers from New Zealand. In fact, for the first time, it's possible his video will get way more attention than the track.

Justin Bieber - SorryJustin Bieber's video for 'Sorry' breaks the internet

The things these girls can do with their bodies are incredible. Their body-popping puts Queen Bey to shame, and we've never seen a person make themselves vibrate like that. Plus, these scarlet-lipped beauties are bringing back a little bit of summer with their vibrantly coloured crop tops, shorts and sunglasses. But who are they?

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The girls in this fantastic video are from New Zealand choreographer Parris Goebel's Palace Dance Studio; more specifically, the Ladies of ReQuest and the Royal Dance Crews. The former group won their division at the 2009 World Hip Hop Dance Championships, and came first at 2010's World Supremacy Battlegrounds Event. Unsurprisingly, they found themselves in Vince Harder's video for his 2011 single 'I Want This Forever', while Parris herself has worked alongside Jennifer Lopez, Nicki Minaj and, of course, Beyonce.

Watch the video for 'Sorry' here:

The song itself isn't a particularly beat-heavy dance tune, it's uptempo yet minimalistic - a little melancholic, even. Produced by Cali The Producer, Skrillex and newcomer DJ Blood Pop, 'Sorry' is the second single from Bieber's fourth album 'Purpose' - his first release on the Def Jam label. The song, released today (October 23rd), was written by Julia Michaels and Justin Tranter, who also worked alongside Gwen Stefani on her latest single 'Used to Love You'.

'What Do You Mean?' was the first single from the album; a number one, Platinum release that garnered its fair share of both praise and controversy for its content. The video for that featured skateboarders Ryan Sheckler and Chelsea Castro, as well as actor John Leguizamo. But it's still a dead cert that 'Sorry' will be the most visually memorable; another bonus is that these are all girls with real bodies, proving you don't have to be a twig to execute some rocking moves.

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'Purpose' is set for released on November 13th 2015.