Two months after releasing "Lemonade," Beyoncé still ain't "Sorry."
And neither are her millions of fans waiting for the release of the track's stand-alone music video. Yesterday, the queen of pop bestowed such a gift on her loyal subjects.
As in the original Lemonade film, the video begins with a Hamlet-esque soliliquy asking, "So, what are you gonna say at my funeral now that you've killed me?" Representing "apathy," Beyoncé's voiceover continues in a mock eulogy of her video's character.
Shot entirely in black and white, "Sorry" takes place in an old bus before taking over a classic Southern mansion.
Besides starring the queen of pop, the video also features a group of fierce back-up dancers, including none other than the duchess of tennis herself — Serena Williams.
In one iconic and highly GIF-able scene, Williams twerks while Beyonce lounges in a wooden throne.