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11 September 2012, 08:43
The 'Call Me Maybe' star says she doesn't know where she would be without the pop star's influence.
Carly Rae Jepsen says Justin Bieber's involvement in her music career helped "change the game" for her as an artist and says she feels she wouldn't have been as successful without his endorsement.
The 'Boyfriend' star signed Canadian singer Carly up to his Schoolboy Records label, with manager Scooter Braun, after hearing her eventual breakthrough track 'Call Me Maybe' ahead of its release.
Carly says Justin giving her the call to sign her, and his support for her since then, has changed her world since the track's international release earlier this year.
"It's just nice in general that he has been such a big supporter," Carly revealed to The Sun this week. "He changed the game for me and I don't know what I would be doing had he not come along and put his influence behind 'Call Me Maybe'.
"its really changed my world, so I'm grateful that we're a team," the 'Good Time' star added. "My sister is adamant that one way or another we're going to have a hang session with Justin though. I'm like, 'Ooookay, I'll see what I can do".
The two artists have collaborated on a track called 'Beautiful' on Carly's upcoming album 'Kiss', which was officially announced last month.
Check out a picture of Carly Rae Jepsen with Justin Bieber at the MuchMusic Award 2012 earlier this year below (Credit: PA):
Carly announced the release of her latest US single yesterday (10th September), a team-up with LMFAO's RedFoo on a track called 'The Kiss'.
Carly Rae Jepsen's brand new album 'Kiss' is due to be released in the UK on 18th September.