Both singers just released highly-anticipated new singles. On Thursday afternoon, Bieber debuted the dance music video for "Sorry," the second track from his upcoming album Purpose.
Not long after, in the early Friday morning hours, Adele's comeback single, "Hello," made its debut, also accompanied by a music video, and it slayed. It's the first new music Adele has released in three years, and the song will be on her new album 25.
Each premiere led Bieber and Adele to become trending topics on social media, with fans excitedly tweeting about the songs. That's when Buzzfeed's Jarett Wieselman realized the two tracks have more in common than just baller releases.
The senior entertainment editor created 29-second and a 50-second mashup of Adele and Bieber's videos, with "Sorry" cutting into "Hello" just when she's about to get to the lyric about being, well, sorry. Wieselman appropriately titled it, "Adele feat. Justin Bieber "Hello (Sorry)."
Adele feat. Justin Bieber "Hello (Sorry)" pic.twitter.com/wl7qhOQ8IS— Jarett Wieselman (@JarettSays) October 23, 2015