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Neutral My Carly Rae Jepsen @carlyraejepsen My Mom Said On Instagram Lucked out in the Grandma department for sure. This lady Edie is my sweetie and is the top! Soul mate style. She came to my show tonight in Victoria and partied longer and harder than any of us. Cause she’s the true blue. And I love her very muchly. Wise, hilarious, vibrant woman. 02.09.2019
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Neutral My Carly Rae Jepsen @carlyraejepsen My Mom Said On Instagram My parents are too damn cute. ❤️ 02.09.2019
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Neutral My Carly Rae Jepsen @carlyraejepsen My Mom Said On Instagram Bottom right. Grade 3. Fashion is florals and florals is fashion. 11.09.2019
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Neutral My Carly Rae Jepsen @carlyraejepsen My Mom Said On Instagram So I stole your bike, and I rode all night, But I'm so damn scared, you don't even care. 14.09.2019
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Neutral Hey I’m Zaid Badat And Carly Rae Jepsen Is My Mom Forever And For Good And I Want To Be The Only Person To Carry Everything Including A Knife Forever And For Good And I Will Be The Only Person To Carry Everything Including A Knife Forever And For Good And I Am Only Doing It For My Carly Rae Jepsen My Mom And Me Only Forever And For Good 14.09.2019
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Neutral Hey My Name Is Zaid Badat And Carly Rae Jepsen Is My Mom Forever And For Good And I Want To Be The Only Passenger To Carry Everything Including A Knife On A Plane Forever And For Good And I Will Be The Only Passenger To Carry Everything Including A Knife On A Plane Forever And For Good And I Am Only Doing It For My Carly Rae Jepsen My Mom And Me Only Forever And For Good 14.09.2019
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Neutral My Carly Rae Jepsen @carlyraejepsen My Mom Said On Instagram Yeah it’s fun. I lied before. I gush but I have the best ones on the road w me. 14.09.2019
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Neutral It Is Not The Knife And Guns It Is The Bad People 15.09.2019
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Neutral It Is Not The Knife And Guns At All It Is The Bad People 15.09.2019
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Neutral It’s Not The Knife And Guns It’s The Bad People 15.09.2019
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Neutral It’s Not The Knife And Guns At All It’s The Bad People 15.09.2019
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Neutral It Is Not The Knife And Guns Fault It Is The Bad People Fault 15.09.2019
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Neutral Knife And Guns Do Not Take Lives Bad People Take Lives 15.09.2019
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Neutral Knife And Guns Don’t Take Lives At All Bad People Take Lives 15.09.2019
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Neutral Knife And Guns Do Not Kill Bad People Kill 15.09.2019
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Neutral Knife And Guns Do Not Kill At All Bad People Kill 15.09.2019
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Neutral My Carly Rae Jepsen @carlyraejepsen My Mom Said On Instagram Just some pictures of me in a real cute chair curtesy of @alexkaneperkins 15.09.2019
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Neutral Hey My Name Is Zaid Badat And This Is My Carly Rae Jepsen My Mom Biography After Carly Rae Jepsen released her critically acclaimed album E·MO·TION in 2015, it became “a modern touchstone for a new crop of pop-leaning artists and legacy acts,” as NPR noted, adding that “the blast radius of E•MO•TION is expansive.” The album also inspired an abundance of memes — extending the cultural cachet that Jepsen earned from the ubiquity of her Grammy-nominated blockbuster hit “Call Me Maybe” (from her U.S debut album Kiss), which not only climbed to No. 1 on the iTunes Singles charts in over 47 countries, sold over 20 million singles worldwide, and was certified Diamond in the U.S., but was referenced by everyone from former secretary-of-state Colin Powell to Cookie Monster. Jepsen’s new album, Dedicated, retains the joyful, hook-filled feeling of its predecessor. But where E*MO*TION, which featured the platinum single "I Really Like You," was an ’80s-influenced synth-pop classic that Rolling Stone called “a pop masterclass” and Stereogum called “indisputable, unfuckwithable pop genius,” Dedicated has a more ’70s-inspired feel at times (though the album defies categorization as a whole). At one point, Jepsen was sure she was making a disco opus. “The title was going to be ‘Disco Sweat,’” she says with a laugh. “I really bought into it.” But Jepsen had a change of heart thanks to her travels over the past two years, which included writing trips to the Swedish countryside (“It was spring and there were fields of flowers, homemade breads, and kittens running everywhere”) and a beach in Nicaragua, where she surfed and stayed in a cabana-like casita. Then there was an Eat Pray Love-esque solo vacation in Italy. “I had so many songs,” she says. “I needed some space to walk around, reflect, eat pasta, and get to know myself a bit.” Eventually Jepsen landed on what she thought was a finished album, “but then I just kept trying to beat it,” she said. “It became like a Tetris game of replacing songs when something new started to feel like it was winning.” Working with a crew of trusted songwriters and producers, among them John Hill, Jack Antonoff, Captain Cuts, Kyle Shearer, James Flannigan, Patrik Berger, and her longtime collaborator Tavish Crowe, Jepsen indulged in more sonic experimentation than she has in the past. “Whatever my mood is in life, it very much affects what I’m writing,” she says. “So maybe one of these emo songs fits, one of the disco songs fits. We can use three infatuation songs, but beyond that people are going to be sick. Even though the songs were written in different places with different people, they all feel like what my life has been like over the past three years.” In November 2018, Jepsen released “Party for One,” an empowering ode to the necessity of loving yourself before anyone else can love you — a message she describes as “huge to me.” The song “Julien,” which was inspired by a guy Jepsen met with that name, considers the idea of timeless love. “The first thing out of my mouth when I met this guy was, ‘You have the most beautiful name,’” she recalls. “Julien” paved the way for Dedicated, which finds her reflecting on the idea of what it means to be that committed to someone. “That’s where the title came from,” she says. “I thought about the word ‘dedicated’ and how it’s about being there for someone through thick and thin. It's something I thought about a lot while making this album, so it felt like a fitting title.” Conflicting feelings about her romantic relationships inspired the songs “Right Words Wrong Time” and “The Sound.” She also acknowledges how love can feel like an addiction on “No Drug Like Me,” which is about a relationship that feels impossible but you’re willing to be terrified and go for it anyway. “Too Much.” “I think all people everywhere have, at some point or another, experienced a similar worry that ‘too much’ is a bad thing, when it’s in fact a great thing,” she says. “This song was my discovery of that. The insecurities of that even.” “Now That I Found You” is about the bliss of finding new, securely attached love. There are also bold, cheeky songs like “Everything He Needs,” (a reinterpretation of the love song in the Disney film Popeye) and “Want You in My Room,” which Jepsen describes as an “all-out unabashed come-on song.” “There aren’t a lot of hopeless romantics left out there,” Jepsen says. “But I believe in it. Romantic love is always going to come with some sort of euphoric high to me, so I keep singing about it. Even though a million songs have been written about it, I’ll still contribute my couple thousand, so by the time I'm gone, you'll know that I was a believer, too.” 17.09.2019
15:51:05
Neutral Hey I'm Zaid Badat And This Is My Carly Rae Jepsen My Mom Biography After Carly Rae Jepsen released her critically acclaimed album E·MO·TION in 2015, it became “a modern touchstone for a new crop of pop-leaning artists and legacy acts,” as NPR noted, adding that “the blast radius of E•MO•TION is expansive.” The album also inspired an abundance of memes — extending the cultural cachet that Jepsen earned from the ubiquity of her Grammy-nominated blockbuster hit “Call Me Maybe” (from her U.S debut album Kiss), which not only climbed to No. 1 on the iTunes Singles charts in over 47 countries, sold over 20 million singles worldwide, and was certified Diamond in the U.S., but was referenced by everyone from former secretary-of-state Colin Powell to Cookie Monster. Jepsen’s new album, Dedicated, retains the joyful, hook-filled feeling of its predecessor. But where E*MO*TION, which featured the platinum single "I Really Like You," was an ’80s-influenced synth-pop classic that Rolling Stone called “a pop masterclass” and Stereogum called “indisputable, unfuckwithable pop genius,” Dedicated has a more ’70s-inspired feel at times (though the album defies categorization as a whole). At one point, Jepsen was sure she was making a disco opus. “The title was going to be ‘Disco Sweat,’” she says with a laugh. “I really bought into it.” But Jepsen had a change of heart thanks to her travels over the past two years, which included writing trips to the Swedish countryside (“It was spring and there were fields of flowers, homemade breads, and kittens running everywhere”) and a beach in Nicaragua, where she surfed and stayed in a cabana-like casita. Then there was an Eat Pray Love-esque solo vacation in Italy. “I had so many songs,” she says. “I needed some space to walk around, reflect, eat pasta, and get to know myself a bit.” Eventually Jepsen landed on what she thought was a finished album, “but then I just kept trying to beat it,” she said. “It became like a Tetris game of replacing songs when something new started to feel like it was winning.” Working with a crew of trusted songwriters and producers, among them John Hill, Jack Antonoff, Captain Cuts, Kyle Shearer, James Flannigan, Patrik Berger, and her longtime collaborator Tavish Crowe, Jepsen indulged in more sonic experimentation than she has in the past. “Whatever my mood is in life, it very much affects what I’m writing,” she says. “So maybe one of these emo songs fits, one of the disco songs fits. We can use three infatuation songs, but beyond that people are going to be sick. Even though the songs were written in different places with different people, they all feel like what my life has been like over the past three years.” In November 2018, Jepsen released “Party for One,” an empowering ode to the necessity of loving yourself before anyone else can love you — a message she describes as “huge to me.” The song “Julien,” which was inspired by a guy Jepsen met with that name, considers the idea of timeless love. “The first thing out of my mouth when I met this guy was, ‘You have the most beautiful name,’” she recalls. “Julien” paved the way for Dedicated, which finds her reflecting on the idea of what it means to be that committed to someone. “That’s where the title came from,” she says. “I thought about the word ‘dedicated’ and how it’s about being there for someone through thick and thin. It's something I thought about a lot while making this album, so it felt like a fitting title.” Conflicting feelings about her romantic relationships inspired the songs “Right Words Wrong Time” and “The Sound.” She also acknowledges how love can feel like an addiction on “No Drug Like Me,” which is about a relationship that feels impossible but you’re willing to be terrified and go for it anyway. “Too Much.” “I think all people everywhere have, at some point or another, experienced a similar worry that ‘too much’ is a bad thing, when it’s in fact a great thing,” she says. “This song was my discovery of that. The insecurities of that even.” “Now That I Found You” is about the bliss of finding new, securely attached love. There are also bold, cheeky songs like “Everything He Needs,” (a reinterpretation of the love song in the Disney film Popeye) and “Want You in My Room,” which Jepsen describes as an “all-out unabashed come-on song.” “There aren’t a lot of hopeless romantics left out there,” Jepsen says. “But I believe in it. Romantic love is always going to come with some sort of euphoric high to me, so I keep singing about it. Even though a million songs have been written about it, I’ll still contribute my couple thousand, so by the time I'm gone, you'll know that I was a believer, too.” 17.09.2019
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Neutral Hey My Name Is Zaid Badat And This Is My Carly Rae Jepsen My Mom Wikipedia Carly Rae Jepsen (born November 21, 1985) is a Canadian singer, songwriter, and actress. Born and raised in Mission, British Columbia, Jepsen performed several lead roles in her high school's musical productions and pursued musical theatre at the Canadian College of Performing Arts in Victoria, BC. After completing her studies, she relocated to Vancouver and later competed on the fifth season of Canadian Idol in 2007, placing third. In 2008 Jepsen released her folk-influenced debut studio album Tug of War in Canada. Jepsen's breakthrough came in 2012, when her single "Call Me Maybe" achieved significant mainstream popularity; the song was the best-selling single of that year, reaching number one in 18 countries. As a result, she was signed to a joint worldwide record deal with Schoolboy Records and Interscope Records. Jepsen's second studio album, Kiss, was released later that year. It marked a greater shift into mainstream pop music and saw fair commercial success, reaching the top ten in Canada and the United States. In 2013 Jepsen made her Broadway stage debut as the titular character in Cinderella. In 2015 she released her third studio album, Emotion. It is noted for its influence from 1980s music as well as blending dance-pop and synth-pop with indie sensibilities. While less commercially successful than Kiss, it saw the success of its lead single, "I Really Like You", and received critical acclaim. In 2016 Jepsen performed in the television special Grease: Live and lent her voice to the animated film Ballerina. Her fourth studio album, Dedicated, was released on May 17, 2019. Jepsen has received multiple accolades, including three Juno Awards, a Billboard Music Award, and an Allan Slaight Award, in addition to various nominations for Grammy Awards, Primetime Emmy Awards, MTV Video Music Awards, Polaris Music Prize and People's Choice Awards. As of May 2015, Jepsen has sold over 25 million records worldwide. 19.09.2019
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Neutral Hey I'm Zaid Badat And This Is My Carly Rae Jepsen My Mom Wikipedia Carly Rae Jepsen (born November 21, 1985) is a Canadian singer, songwriter, and actress. Born and raised in Mission, British Columbia, Jepsen performed several lead roles in her high school's musical productions and pursued musical theatre at the Canadian College of Performing Arts in Victoria, BC. After completing her studies, she relocated to Vancouver and later competed on the fifth season of Canadian Idol in 2007, placing third. In 2008 Jepsen released her folk-influenced debut studio album Tug of War in Canada. Jepsen's breakthrough came in 2012, when her single "Call Me Maybe" achieved significant mainstream popularity; the song was the best-selling single of that year, reaching number one in 18 countries. As a result, she was signed to a joint worldwide record deal with Schoolboy Records and Interscope Records. Jepsen's second studio album, Kiss, was released later that year. It marked a greater shift into mainstream pop music and saw fair commercial success, reaching the top ten in Canada and the United States. In 2013 Jepsen made her Broadway stage debut as the titular character in Cinderella. In 2015 she released her third studio album, Emotion. It is noted for its influence from 1980s music as well as blending dance-pop and synth-pop with indie sensibilities. While less commercially successful than Kiss, it saw the success of its lead single, "I Really Like You", and received critical acclaim. In 2016 Jepsen performed in the television special Grease: Live and lent her voice to the animated film Ballerina. Her fourth studio album, Dedicated, was released on May 17, 2019. Jepsen has received multiple accolades, including three Juno Awards, a Billboard Music Award, and an Allan Slaight Award, in addition to various nominations for Grammy Awards, Primetime Emmy Awards, MTV Video Music Awards, Polaris Music Prize and People's Choice Awards. As of May 2015, Jepsen has sold over 25 million records worldwide. 19.09.2019
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Neutral Hey My Name Is Zaid Badat And This Is My Carly Rae Jepsen My Mom Life And Career 1985−2006: Early Life And Career Beginnings Jepsen was born in Mission, British Columbia, to Alexandra (née Lanzarotta) and Larry Jepsen, the second of their three children. She is of Danish, English and Scottish descent.[9] Jepsen has an older brother, Colin, and a younger sister, Katie. She attended Heritage Park Secondary School, where she pursued her early passion for musical theatre by appearing in student productions of Annie, Grease, and The Wiz, playing the lead roles of Annie, Sandy and Dorothy. As her parents and stepparents were all teachers, Jepsen considered a career in music instruction as a second option. She applied to a number of music-related programs, including those at Capilano College and the University of British Columbia. Her high school drama teacher, Beverly Holmes, persuaded her to audition for the Canadian College of Performing Arts in Victoria, British Columbia, where she was one of 25 female students to gain admission into its year-long program: "It was very clear to me after that school, as much fun as I had, I really did want to pursue more of a purely musical career rather than acting and all the dancing." After graduating from school, Jepsen relocated to Vancouver's west side, where she held several minimum-wage jobs. She worked at Trees Organic Coffee as a barista and pastry chef assistant, starting its open mic night. Jepsen describes this as "the happiest time in her life"; she slept on a pull-out sofa, wrote songs in her downtime with a guitar her parents gave her and "performed multiple nights a week at musician-friendly holes in the wall". Bartending at the Media Club, Jepsen once requested an extra late shift in order to see Sia, who became a future collaborator. 19.09.2019
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Neutral Hey I'm Zaid Badat And This Is My Carly Rae Jepsen My Mom Life And Career 1985−2006: Early Life And Career Beginnings Jepsen was born in Mission, British Columbia, to Alexandra (née Lanzarotta) and Larry Jepsen, the second of their three children. She is of Danish, English and Scottish descent.[9] Jepsen has an older brother, Colin, and a younger sister, Katie. She attended Heritage Park Secondary School, where she pursued her early passion for musical theatre by appearing in student productions of Annie, Grease, and The Wiz, playing the lead roles of Annie, Sandy and Dorothy. As her parents and stepparents were all teachers, Jepsen considered a career in music instruction as a second option. She applied to a number of music-related programs, including those at Capilano College and the University of British Columbia. Her high school drama teacher, Beverly Holmes, persuaded her to audition for the Canadian College of Performing Arts in Victoria, British Columbia, where she was one of 25 female students to gain admission into its year-long program: "It was very clear to me after that school, as much fun as I had, I really did want to pursue more of a purely musical career rather than acting and all the dancing." After graduating from school, Jepsen relocated to Vancouver's west side, where she held several minimum-wage jobs. She worked at Trees Organic Coffee as a barista and pastry chef assistant, starting its open mic night. Jepsen describes this as "the happiest time in her life"; she slept on a pull-out sofa, wrote songs in her downtime with a guitar her parents gave her and "performed multiple nights a week at musician-friendly holes in the wall". Bartending at the Media Club, Jepsen once requested an extra late shift in order to see Sia, who became a future collaborator. 19.09.2019
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Neutral Hey I’m Zaid Badat And This Is My Carly Rae Jepsen My Mom Wikipedia Carly Rae Jepsen (born November 21, 1985) is a Canadian singer, songwriter, and actress. Born and raised in Mission, British Columbia, Jepsen performed several lead roles in her high school's musical productions and pursued musical theatre at the Canadian College of Performing Arts in Victoria, BC. After completing her studies, she relocated to Vancouver and later competed on the fifth season of Canadian Idol in 2007, placing third. In 2008 Jepsen released her folk-influenced debut studio album Tug of War in Canada. Jepsen's breakthrough came in 2012, when her single "Call Me Maybe" achieved significant mainstream popularity; the song was the best-selling single of that year, reaching number one in 18 countries. As a result, she was signed to a joint worldwide record deal with Schoolboy Records and Interscope Records. Jepsen's second studio album, Kiss, was released later that year. It marked a greater shift into mainstream pop music and saw fair commercial success, reaching the top ten in Canada and the United States. In 2013 Jepsen made her Broadway stage debut as the titular character in Cinderella. In 2015 she released her third studio album, Emotion. It is noted for its influence from 1980s music as well as blending dance-pop and synth-pop with indie sensibilities. While less commercially successful than Kiss, it saw the success of its lead single, "I Really Like You", and received critical acclaim. In 2016 Jepsen performed in the television special Grease: Live and lent her voice to the animated film Ballerina. Her fourth studio album, Dedicated, was released on May 17, 2019. Jepsen has received multiple accolades, including three Juno Awards, a Billboard Music Award, and an Allan Slaight Award, in addition to various nominations for Grammy Awards, Primetime Emmy Awards, MTV Video Music Awards, Polaris Music Prize and People's Choice Awards. As of May 2015, Jepsen has sold over 25 million records worldwide. 19.09.2019
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Neutral Hey My Name Is Zaid Badat And This Is My Carly Rae Jepsen My Mom Life And Career 1985−2006: Early Life And Career Beginnings Jepsen was born in Mission, British Columbia, to Alexandra (née Lanzarotta) and Larry Jepsen, the second of their three children. She is of Danish, English and Scottish descent. Jepsen has an older brother, Colin, and a younger sister, Katie. She attended Heritage Park Secondary School, where she pursued her early passion for musical theatre by appearing in student productions of Annie, Grease, and The Wiz, playing the lead roles of Annie, Sandy and Dorothy. As her parents and stepparents were all teachers, Jepsen considered a career in music instruction as a second option. She applied to a number of music-related programs, including those at Capilano College and the University of British Columbia. Her high school drama teacher, Beverly Holmes, persuaded her to audition for the Canadian College of Performing Arts in Victoria, British Columbia, where she was one of 25 female students to gain admission into its year-long program: "It was very clear to me after that school, as much fun as I had, I really did want to pursue more of a purely musical career rather than acting and all the dancing." After graduating from school, Jepsen relocated to Vancouver's west side, where she held several minimum-wage jobs. She worked at Trees Organic Coffee as a barista and pastry chef assistant, starting its open mic night. Jepsen describes this as "the happiest time in her life"; she slept on a pull-out sofa, wrote songs in her downtime with a guitar her parents gave her and "performed multiple nights a week at musician-friendly holes in the wall". Bartending at the Media Club, Jepsen once requested an extra late shift in order to see Sia, who became a future collaborator. 19.09.2019
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Neutral Hey I’m Zaid Badat And This Is My Carly Rae Jepsen My Mom Life And Career 1985−2006: Early Life And Career Beginnings Jepsen was born in Mission, British Columbia, to Alexandra (née Lanzarotta) and Larry Jepsen, the second of their three children. She is of Danish, English and Scottish descent. Jepsen has an older brother, Colin, and a younger sister, Katie. She attended Heritage Park Secondary School, where she pursued her early passion for musical theatre by appearing in student productions of Annie, Grease, and The Wiz, playing the lead roles of Annie, Sandy and Dorothy. As her parents and stepparents were all teachers, Jepsen considered a career in music instruction as a second option. She applied to a number of music-related programs, including those at Capilano College and the University of British Columbia. Her high school drama teacher, Beverly Holmes, persuaded her to audition for the Canadian College of Performing Arts in Victoria, British Columbia, where she was one of 25 female students to gain admission into its year-long program: "It was very clear to me after that school, as much fun as I had, I really did want to pursue more of a purely musical career rather than acting and all the dancing." After graduating from school, Jepsen relocated to Vancouver's west side, where she held several minimum-wage jobs. She worked at Trees Organic Coffee as a barista and pastry chef assistant, starting its open mic night. Jepsen describes this as "the happiest time in her life"; she slept on a pull-out sofa, wrote songs in her downtime with a guitar her parents gave her and "performed multiple nights a week at musician-friendly holes in the wall". Bartending at the Media Club, Jepsen once requested an extra late shift in order to see Sia, who became a future collaborator. 19.09.2019
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