Justin Bieber's 'Sorry' Tops Vevo's Most-Watched of 2016

Justin Bieber dominates Vevo's list of its most-watched music videos of 2016.

Bieber scored three of the top 10 most-watched Vevo videos this year. Vevo says Bieber's "Sorry" topped the global list with more than 1.8 billion views. The Canadian singer's "What Do You Mean?" and "Love Yourself" placed fifth and sixth on the list.

Adele's "Hello" was second with more than 1.2 billion plays. Fifth Harmony placed third with "Work from Home."

Vevo also says David Bowie's videos received the biggest number of views in a 24-hour period outside of new releases. Bowie's videos were viewed 51 million times in the period following his death in January.

Vevo is the music video platform of Sony and Universal.

Billboard Year in Music 2016


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