Justin Bieber And Ariana Grande Team Up With Their Celebrity Friends To Lip Sync To Carly Rae Jepsen Hit “I Really Like You”
Hey do you remember when Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez got Ashley Tisdale and a few of their other good friends together to do a homemade lip sync video for Carley Rae Jepsen’s, “Call Me Maybe’ back in 2012? Well, Justin does too, because yesterday (April 14, 2015) he posted another one to his world famous personal YouTube channel, kidrauhl This time JB gets even more of his famous friends to dance and pretend to sing to Carly’s current hit, “I Really Like You.” Justin enlisted the help of his SB Management label mate Ariana Grande, and her brother Frankie, who are seen getting down with Justin backstage after one of her recent concerts where Justin also made a surprise appearance at in Los Angeles.
In other scenes JB is seen with other artists also managed by his manager, Scooter Braun. If you look carefully you will see the guys of Rixton and CL. Other celebrities from outside of the Bieber camp who make appearances include, reality star Kendall Jenner (who Justin is rumored to be dating) songwriting production legend David Foster (who is Kendall Jenner’s half brother Brody’s former stepfather when he was married to Linda Thompson), former *NSYNC member, Lance Bass, Empire star, Bryshere Y. Gray (A.K.A Yazz) as well as fasion designer, Jeremy Scott.
Justin probably hopes history will repeat itself, because both fans of him and Carly know that the “Call Me Maybe” lip sync video was done in an effort to introduce Carly, a former Canadian Idol contestant to American listeners. Justin was instrumental in bringing Carly to the USA, by co-executive producing her American debut, Kiss alongside his manager, Scooter Braun and Interscope Records co-founder, Jimmy Iovine. This also explains to those who didn’t already know why he appears in Carly’s official “I Really Like You” music video with Tom Hanks.
“I Really Like You” is the lead singe from Jepsen’s forthcoming second American album, E·MO·TION, which is expected for release in June from Schoolboy/Interscope Records. Jepsen recently premiered the album’s second single, “All That” when she made her SNL debut.
Carly Rae Jepsen
“Call Me Maybe” (2012 Viral Video)
Carly Rae Jepsen
“I Really Like You”
From Saturday Night Live