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As you may have noticed, I’ve stopped updating this site awhile ago. There are two reasons for this:

  • With Carly’s new album finally out, I no longer have the time to upkeep this site with the barrage of news that come with an album launch and all the promotional activities and touring that come along with it.
  • A vast majority of fans are getting their news from social media, particularly through places like Twitter and so a news focused fan site is rather redundant and frankly often not up to speed with the crowd-sourcing power of social media. I am only one person after all.

Therefore, I plan to relaunch this site in the future as a media site that will include my collection of Carly related videos and photos that amassed over the years plus any new ones I come across.  I have a thing for sourcing media, ripping video/audio, taking photos/videos at concerts, and enjoy sharing these with other fans, so I feel that this is one area where I have something to add to the Jepsie community. You can check some of my recent Carly related uploads on my Youtube channel.

In the meantime, please visit me and other fans on our Discord server where we discuss all things Carly!

Carly Rae Jepsen Attends the SOCAN Music Awards

Carly was a recipient of a SOCAN 30th Anniversary Honours Award tonight:


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Candid shot of some of our big winners tonight! #socanawards

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After the event, Carly and her “Call Me Maybe” co-writer Josh Ramsay (Marianas Trench) was interviewed by ET Canada:

Dedicated Tour Announced! VIP Packages Revealed

Carly just announced a series of tour dates in the US.  Pre-Order her album NOW on vinyl, CD, or digital to get early ticket access to presales that start on April 2nd.


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Heading out on tour, too. See you soon! #TheDedicatedTour

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  • One (1) general admission ticket with early entry
  • Group photo opportunity with Carly Rae Jepsen
  • Q&A session with Carly
  • Access to view a portion of Carly Rae Jepsen’s soundcheck
  • Limited-edition tour poster signed by Carly
  • Official VIP laminate
  • Merchandise shopping opportunity before general doors

New Album “Dedicated” Listed For Pre-Order on and 604 Records + New Concert Dates Announced

In what looks to be legit and not an April fools joke, pre-order listings have started popping on and on Carly’s Canadian record label, 604 records with a release date of May 17. 604 also revealed a potential album cover below:

And if that’s not enough, there were 3 concert dates announced as well:

The event page for the Paris date also featured this promotional photo:

Interestingly, the Ticketmaster page for the San Diego concert indicates that there is a pre-order presale on April 2st which implies that the album could go on pre-sale officially in the US as early as today:

Expect an official announcement from Carly in the coming hours.

Watch: “Now That I Found You” Music Video

Carly spoke to MTV about the idea and inspiration behind the music video:

“I still wanted the videos to represent real life in a weird way, and I’m not saying I have 100 cats and I sing to them,” she continued, “but I will say that it felt like a proper progression from ‘Party For One’ that it’s not just about a boy, but it’s about a cat.”


The feline in question, by the way, is Shrampton, who also appeared in Tegan and Sara’s “Stop Desire” in 2016 and indeed had his own crafty table on set. With Jepsen in the vid, Shrampton has a proper blast, tripping out on some catnip (“a late-night idea” meant to evoke the wonderfully cosmic Cats on Synthesizers in Space account), getting immortalized in a painting, and even updating the iconic Breakfast at Tiffany’s ending with a bit of a twist. The idea originally came from Jepsen herself, who had a new cat pal enter her life around the time she prepared to record the song’s vocals.

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