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6 February 2013, 13:21
The 'This Kiss' singer says she is "confident" about gaining longevity in the music business.
Carly Rae Jepsen says she is up for the "challenge" of replicating the success of her breakthrough single 'Call Me Maybe'.
The 'Good Time' singer, who scored a worldwide hit with the song in 2012, promises fans she is "confident" she will prove she is here to stay in the music industry.
"i think a song being as big as 'Call Me Maybe', there's always that challenge of how do we push past that and show people that there is more to offer," Carly revealed to Billboard this week. "I'm confident whether it's with this album or the next, I'll be able to prove that."
'Call Me Maybe' is up for two awards at this weekend's Grammy Awards 2013, both Song Of The Year and Best Pop Vocal Performance, and the Canadian singer says it will be strange to attend the industry event in person.
"To be really honest with you, leading up to every Grammy weekend except for this one, I was getting comfy in my PJs with my popcorn bowl and deciding whose dress I liked the best," Carly admitted. "So it'll be different for me to actually put on a dress of my own."
Check out a picture of Carly Rae Jepsen walking the red carpet at the NRJ Awards 2013 last month below (Credit: Getty):
The Grammy Awards 2013, where Carly Rae Jepsen is expected to present an award, takes place from the Staples Center in Los Angeles this Sunday 10th February.