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6 December 2015, 19:57
With a catalogue of irresistibly catchy pop hits, OF COURSE Carly Rae Jepsen was a huge hit at the #CapitalJBB!
Carly kicked off her set with her classic hit 'Call Me Maybe' - and what better way to get the crowds in the mood than with a song you all knew and loved? We saw some serious moves happening in the audience!
'Call Me Maybe' was the song that catapulted Carly to fame back in 2012 and topped the iTunes chart in 47 countries, becoming the biggest-selling worldwide single that year - and it has literally been stuck in our heads ever since (pretty much!).
Having started her performance with an oldie but a goodie, Carly set a chilled out vibe with her brand new song 'Your Type' from her new album 'Emotion' - and you guys loved her '80s inspired sound just as much as the classics. It's not just the fans that love her new sound, Rolling Stone described her new album as a “pop masterclass”, too!
Carly dressed for the occasion in a red blazer over an all black outfit and thigh high boots as she told the fans, "Thank you so much, it's so good to be here with you all."
Finishing her set on one hell of a high, Carly had the 16,000 strong audience dancing with her hit track 'I Really Like You' - and THAT is how you close your first ever set at Capital's Jingle Bell Ball with Coca-Cola!
She had the entire audience at London's O2 Arena dancing, and you couldn't resist tweeting about how much you were loving her brilliant set:
Carly Rae Jepsen is on now - believe tour feels!— UK Bieber News (@UK_BieberNews) December 6, 2015