Carly Rae Jepsen has done it again.
The Canadian songstress keeps dropping chart-topping singles, and this time around Justin Bieber is lending his face to a singalong, just like he did with her breakout hit "Call Me Maybe".
Bieber, Ariana Grande, Kendall Jenner, and Lance Bass lip-sync along to the new song--"I Really Like You"--in a video that's making it's way around the web pretty quickly and promoting the single along the way. The last time, Bieber teamed up with then-girlfriend Selena Gomez and Ashley Tisdale--among others--to do the same thing with "Call Me Maybe". Their version was Jepsen's favorite, even though it was covered and changed up a million times after finding success on the airwaves.
"I have been quietly so alive and now at long last I am ready to share my heart about it. The first single is called, 'I Really Like You' and I do—really really really really really really like you that is. Your support as my fans and friends has been everything," Jepsen said in a statement before the new song debuted.
Carly Rae Jepsen made headlines in March when she was spotted on the streets of NYC with Tom Hanks, who agreed to be in her music video before he even knew who she was. The actor said he did it just for fun and didn't even get paid.
"One word: gratis. I received no remuneration for it. I got a free sandwich at lunchtime, that was about it. No complaints," Hanks said. "I didn't know it was Carly Rae Jepsen. They were like, ‘Would you like to do Carly's video?' And I said, ‘Yeah, sure!' And then I found out later the whole name. She's a nice girl. We had a good time."