Justin Bieber helps the Greenwich NHS Choir get the No. 1 song in the U.K. for Christmas.


Justin Bieber’s “Sorry” gets a feature from R. City.

But that’s not the only blessing the Biebs gave us on Christmas. Ahead of the holiday, Bieber encouraged his millions of fans to buy “A Bridge Over You” (Emubands) by the Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Choir. The song is a mashup of Simon & Garfunkel’s “Bridge Over Troubled Water” and Coldplay’s “Fix You” and honors the work performed by doctors, nurses and others in the National Health Service. Proceeds from the sale go towards charities including Carers U.K. and Mind, reports Billboard.

Bieber Tweeted: “so for 1 week it’s ok not to be #1. Let’s do the right thing & help them win. It’s Christmas. @Choir_NHS good luck”

His efforts paid off. The song lands at No. 1 on the UK singles chart, beating out Bieber’s “Love Yourself” which falls to No. 2. The song moved a combined chart sales of 127,000, versus 97,000 for “Love Yourself.”

That’s not the only gift from the Biebs. He adds R. City to a new remix of “Sorry.” Unfortunately, the re-working is horrid, but we’re not here to steal the Christmas cheer. Listen below:

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