It’s no surprise that Justin Bieber, Fifth Harmony and Adele took the top spots.
YouTube and Vevo have revealed the music videos that received the most views on their platform in the past year. Despite that the number-one clip varies between the platforms, the lists prove that one thing may never change: people won’t tire of seeing young, gyrating and scantily-clad women dancing. Fifth Harmony’s collaboration with Ty Dolla $ign, “Work From Home”, fits the bill and unsurprisingly snagged the most views on YouTube, while the visual accompaniment for Justin Bieber’s “Sorry (PURPOSE : The Movement)” did it for Vevo with more than 1.8 billion views. Read the rest of the list, which features high achievers like Adele and Calvin Harris, on NME.