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19 April 2012, 06:46 | Updated: 19 April 2012, 07:58
The Canadian star says there is potential for her duet with the 'Mistletoe' singer to be released on her new album.
Carly Rae Jepsen has confessed that she recorded her collaboration with Justin Bieber on the first day they met and told Capitalfm.com that it is a "really chilled" track.
Earlier this month the 'Call Me Maybe' singer first teased that they had teamed up on a song together, after Justin signed the Canadian singer-songwriter to his and Scooter Braun's Schoolboy Records label.
When asked if there were any potential collaborations for her forthcoming album, the star admitted: "Justin and I worked on a duet together the first day that we met, so there's potential for that song. Although nothing's been set in stone at this point."
"It's kind of just a really chilled song actually," Carly teased. "He wrote it, so all the credit for its writing goes to him, but I guess you'll have to wait and see!"
The 26 year-old singer is currently enjoying her second week at number one on the Vodafone Big Top 40 with her debut UK single 'Call Me Maybe'.
Meanwhile, Justin Bieber announced yesterday (17th April) after his appearance on The Voice US that he is to release his new studio album 'Believe' on 19th June.
You can watch Carly Rae Jepsen teasing her Justin Bieber duet to Capitalfm.com below: