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"Call Me Maybe" is a 2011 dance pop single recorded by Canadian singer-songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen. The song climbed to fame digital after being endorsed by pop star Justin Bieber in December 2011. Due to the fact that its release, the song has inspired many type of lip dub tributes, parodies and covers on the video sharing website YouTube.

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Carly Rae Jepsen"s lead single track "Call Me Maybe" from her first EP album Curiousity was released in Canada on September 20th, 2011. The upbeat dance-pop song was created and developed by Jepsen, Josh Ramsay and Tavish Crowe and also dispersed by 604 Records. On December 30th, 2011, the song soared got worldwide attention after being tweeted by fellow Canadian pop star Justin Bieber.

Call me probably by Carly Rae Jepson is perhaps the catchiest song I"ve ever heard lol

— Justin Bieber (
justinbieber) December 30, 2011

Because its release, Jepsen"s "Call Me Maybe" has become noteworthy for its global success, getting to number one in Australia, Brazil, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Dennote, Finland, France, Hungary, Ireland also, Italy, Luxembourg, New Zealand also, Poland, Slovakia, Switzerland also, the UK and also the USA, and peaking in the peak 3 singles in Austria, Belgium, Estonia, Germany, Israel, Japan, Netherlands, Normethod and also Sweden. The music video for the song was uploaded to the singer"s YouTube VEVO channel on March 1st, 2012.


On February 18th, 2012, a lip dub music video tribute to "Call Me Maybe" was uploaded to YouTube featuring teenager celebrities Selena Gomez, Ashley Tisdale and Justin Bieber. The video gathered more than 39 million views and 150,000 comments within three months.

On March nine, the entertainment news blog Gawker<3> publimelted an post titled "Have You Heard "Call Me Maybe," the New Perfect Pop Song?", which explained the celebrity lip dub as "flawmuch less." On March 12th, AOL<4> publimelted an intercheck out via Jepsen, who credited a lot of song"s success to Justin Bieber"s promovement.

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"Not too long after that, we were informed by my label, 604, that and his manager had actually actually approached them and asked if we"d be interested in combining forces and spreading the music exterior of Canada."

On March 16th, The New York Times<5> wrote around Carly Rae Jepsen"s song in an article titled "Small-Tvery own Sentiments, Bass From the World Over", calling Jepsen a "sassier Michelle Branch." On March 23rd, the entertainment blog Vulture<6> posted an article around the song, focusing on Justin Bieber"s involvement in its success. As of April 27th, 2012, the song ranks at #7 on the United States Billboard Hot 100<1> and also a Facebook<2> page for "Call Me Maybe- Carly Rae Jepsen" has actually received over 12,200 likes.