Carly Rae Jepsen is 'Excited' to Learn 'Gangnam Style' Dance From PSY (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)
Remember when "Call Me Maybe" was the song you couldn't get out of your head? With one of the catchiest hooks in pop music history, Carly Rae Jepsen's debut single shot straight to the top of the Hot 100.
Now, PSY's "Gangnam Style" is following a similar chart trajectory -- and Jepsen, 26, couldn't be happier for the South Korean artist, who just so happens to also be her label mate on Scooter Braun's Schoolboy Records.
"I'm so excited [for him]," Jepsen told Celebuzz on the red carpet for Comedy Central's Night of Too Many Stars Saturday night. "I want to learn the dance from him. Scooter [Braun] has promised me that I'm going to learn from the pro himself!"
What else did Jepsen dish?
The singer, who is currently touring with her mentor Justin Bieber on the North American leg of his Believe tour, says she's excited to finally sing some of her other songs live.here. But what track does Jepsen hope to make her third single?
"There's a song called 'Tonight I'm Getting Over You' -- that's a really special one," she says.
With lyrics like, "We're not lovers, but more than friends/ Put our flame to every single word you ever said/ No more crying, to get me through/ I keep dancing til the morning with somebody new," it looks like Jepsen's favorite track could replace Taylor Swift's "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" as 2012's biggest breakup anthem.DirectLyrics for all of your Carly Rae Jepsen karaoke needs. Night of Too Many Stars, hosted by Jon Stewart, will air Oct. 21 on Comedy Central.