Cam, Lauren Alaina & more cover Justin Bieber's 'Sorry'

"Is it too late now to say sorry?" Well, you certainly won't feel sorry (or guilty, really) after you see this special treat. Justin Bieber's "Sorry" became a massive cultural phenomenon last year, and country stars are not immune to the pop track's dizzying spell. With beatboxer Andrew Fitzpatrick (also known as 80Fitz) at the helm, an a cappella performance clip mashes together all the vocal power of your favorite country upstarts, including Dustin Lynch, Cam, Lauren Alaina, Frankie Ballard and A Thousand Horses.

And that's not all! Kelleigh Bannen, RaeLynn, Swon Brothers, Chase Bryant, Cole Swindell, Michael Ray, Lindsay Ell and many others get a moment to shine and prove their pop worth. Meanwhile, Fitzpatrick lays down a satisfyingly delicious foundation of explosive pop bricks and gives the country singers plenty of creative freedom to color within the lines.

The video was filmed live at the Cracker Barrel Studio earlier this month during the ACM Party for a Cause event in Las Vegas. Check it out above.

"Sorry" samples Bieber's blockbuster 2015 comeback album Purpose, which also contains "What Do You Mean?," "Love Yourself" and "Company."