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29 November 2012, 16:13
The 'This Kiss' singer says she is "forever indebted" to the Canadian star for his help this year.
Carly Rae Jepsen says she "never" gets tired of being asked about mentor and label boss Justin Bieber because of the huge opportunity the 'Boyfriend' singer gave her earlier this year.
'As Long As You Love Me' star Justin signed Carly to his and manager Scooter Braun's Schoolboy Record in early 2012 after hearing her song 'Call Me Maybe' for the first time, and Canadian singer-songwriter Carly has gone on to have huge international success over the past year.
"I never get tired of being asked about him," Carly reveals in the January issue of Cosmopolitan magazine, which features the Canadian singer on the cover. "I'm forever indebted to him for the lovely boost that he's given me."
"For me, the goal of music has never been "I need to be the biggest superstar in the world. It was, "I want to spend my life doing this, and I want to make a career that I can live off of so I don't have to tend bar and waitress to make this fly. I don't want to be Cinderella for a night. I want to be Cinderella for life.
Check out a picture of Carly Rae Jepsen from her photoshoot for Cosmopolitan magazine below (Credit: Cosmopolitan.com):
Among Carly's many accomplishments in 2012 include performing live at this month's MTV EMAs 2012, where she also walked away with both Best Push Artist and Best Song for her US Billboard Hot 100 number one 'Call Me Maybe'.
Carly Rae Jepsen released her latest album 'Kiss' over the summer and recently confirmed she has already started work writing new songs for her next potential record.
View Carly Rae Jepsen's cover shoot for the January issue of the publication below (Credit: Cosmopolitan.com):