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29 April 2013, 17:36
The 'Good Time' singer's latest single has been remixed with new vocals from the 'Starships' rapper.
Carly Rae Jepsen has teamed up with Nicki Minaj to record a remix for her brand new single 'Tonight I'm Getting Over You'.
The 'Call Me Maybe' singer has recorded a new version of the song with 'Va Va Voom' rapper Nicki, which Scooter Braun promises will be unveiled very soon.
"I was just listening to it on my phone," the high profile US manager revealed to MTV News over the weekend. "You'll hear it very, very son.
"And Nicki killed the verse, and it's great," he teased. "When Carly Rae and Nicki get together, they make songs about getting over guys.
"Whenever girls do songs about getting over men, they seem to do really well!" he added.
"@carlyraejepsen just heard the remix with @NICKIMINAJ!! Very exciting," Scooter has since posted to Carly on Twitter.
Check out a picture of 'Good Time' singer Carly Rae Jepsen below (Credit: GUD/Splash):
Nicki has also recored a new collaboration with Ciara in recent weeks, which is set to appear on the "Goodies' singer's new self-titled album this summer.
Nicki Minaj is widely rumoured to be in final negotiations to join the cast of Cameron Diaz's next starring movie The Other Woman.