Justin Bieber’s “Call Me Maybe” Obsession Continues
Posted by Videoson 02/20/2012 at 5:50 PM
Canadian superstar-in-waiting Carly Rae Jepsen first came to our attention late last year, as a result of successive tweets from Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez crowning her pop’s next great hope. (Exhibit A and B.) Bieber even posted visual proof of his love for Jepsen’s single “Call Me Maybe“ back in January, revealing to all what former swagger coach Ryan Good and Pretty Little Liars star Ashley Benson look like mid-flight. One month later and The Bieb is still listening to the same stuff—which should make those aspiring singers feel confident that if they ever get their demos into Bieber’s hands, and he likes it, it could never leave—and turning even more people onto the sounds of his fellow Canuck. Behold yet another goofy “Call Me Maybe” video, this time with Gomez, Ashley Tisdale, Big Time Rush’s Carlos Pena and other friends who help to best interpret what straight up euphoria looks like. And Ms. Jepsen’s publicity tab keeps getting bigger… Mustaches and sunglasses are the wardrobe accessories of choice, and no one’s pride is spared when it comes to cheesy choreography. (There’s also a copy of The Hunger Games, because, well, they’re human.) We know Bieber is currently working on his next album, Believe, but who needs new material when you can just lip sync your favorite songs in the company of best friends? At over one million YouTube views, Beliebers can’t seem to tell the differences. Watch below.
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