11 most buzzworthy music videos of 2015

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Hello, it's me. Is it too late now to say sorry?

2015 was a whirlwind year for pop music and instantly quotable lyrics, like the ones above, successfully skyrocketed several big names into music history. Drake nearly broke the Internet with the release of the "Hotline Bling" music video and Justin Bieber had fans grooving with his "Sorry" dance video. Both October releases prompted scores of Halloween impersonators weeks later.

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Music videos also acted as vessels for stars to make major statements. Who can forget Taylor Swift's squad-affirming "Bad Blood" video or Selena Gomez's sexy career shift in "Good For You?" Not to mention One Direction's out-of-this-world, NASA-approved flick.

Relive this year's most buzzworthy music videos below, from Sia's controversial "Elastic Heart" to Adele's much-parodied "Hello."

Sia -- "Elastic Heart"

Maroon 5 -- "Sugar"

Britney Spears, Iggy Azalea -- "Pretty Girls"

Taylor Swift -- "Bad Blood ft. Kendrick Lamar"

Madonna -- "Bitch, I'm Madonna ft. Nicki Minaj"

Selena Gomez -- "Good For You"

One Direction -- "Drag Me Down"

Calvin Harris & Disciples -- "How Deep Is Your Love"

Drake -- "Hotline Bling"

Justin Bieber -- "Sorry" (Dance Video)

Adele -- "Hello"

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