Carly Rae Jepsen: "I'm Getting Used To Performing On The Big Stage"
3 January 2013, 12:11
The 'Call Me Maybe' singer says touring with Justin Bieber has helped her feel "at home" inside arenas.
Carly Rae Jepsen has confessed that touring with Justin Bieber on his 'Believe' outing has made her feel at home on the big arena stage.
The 'Good Time' singer hit the road with her fellow Canadian star in September and said although she had nerves on the opening night, they soon subsided as she felt "at home" in larger venues.
"It was a one song of nerves on the first night, the very first song, where I'm like, 'Oh my goodness, how's this going to be?'," she told the Daily Herald. "Then it went right back to feeling like home again.
"I don't know, it's funny, you can kind of be a bigger and louder and a more excited version of everything in arenas like that. It's really kind of satisfying and the biggest thrill and the biggest rush that I've ever experienced in my life."
The singer also recently told Capital that touring with Justin was her highlight of 2012 and a real "pinch me" moment in her life.
Justin is currently preparing to release his new acoustic album later this month and will bring his 'Believe' tour to the UK in February.
Meanwhile, Carly will be hoping to win big at the Grammy Awards next month after her song 'Call Me Maybe' was nominated for Song Of The Year and Best Pop Solo Performance.