Award show enthusiast Justin Bieber and reformed aural terrorist Skrillex are being sued by your friend and ours White Hinterland over claims they used a vocal loop in 'Sorry' without permission, reports TMZ.
White Hinterland, aka Casey Dienel, is saying some things about the "unique characteristics of the female vocal riff" from her 2014 song 'Ring The Bell', saying it's been used to at the beginning of 'Sorry'.
In fact, to be specific, eight seconds of the 'Ring the Bell' riff are allegedly used six times in Bieber's apology anthem.
Dienel reportedly claims she warned Bieber's camp to stop using the loop late last year, but was ignored.
Here's 'Ring The Bell':
Quite a good song actually, nice to have this brought to our attention.
(We'd put 'Sorry' here for comparison purposes but it's fair to say you probably know what it sounds like by now.)