Carly Rae Jepsen
Jepsen teamed up with Jack Antonoff, songwriter Greg Kurstin (Kelly Clarkson), Tegan and Sara and The Cardigan’s Peter Svensson for Emotion.
Admit it: we all have songs hidden deep within our iTunes library that we don’t ever want anyone to know about!
Justin Bieber and some of his friends have made a fun new video for Jepsen’s latest song, “I Really Like You.”
‘Saturday Night Live’ likes Carly Rae Jepsen so much they asked her to make her debut on the show without an official announcement of a new album.
To help her figure out which ones to keep, she’s been having listening parties at her Soho loft. Jepsen wants to evoke Cyndi Lauper’s pop sensibilities and enlisted Jack Antonoff, Tegan and Sara, Ariel Rechstaid and Dev Hynes to help her.
The Henson episode with Mumford will air April 11, with Jepsen’s Michael Keaton-hosted episode on April 4.
She told us how she shows someone she really, really likes them, her tour rider essentials, how she ended up working with Tom Hanks and a couple cute nerdy things that make us love her even more.
Adele’s new album isn’t even out yet but we already know we’re going to love it. We knew very few details about it, until now thanks to Kelly Clarkson. Nothing has been confirmed by Adele […]
The first time Carly Rae Jepsen met Tom Hanks, she was trying to stop him from killing a hummingbird. Or that’s at least what she thought she was doing.
When Carly Rae Jepsen was newly single and ‘Call Me Maybe’ was still kicking around, she realized just how easy it is to quote her own song when asking for someone’s number.