Sunday, 17 March 2013

Carly Rae Jepsen Gets Warning From Lady Gaga After Breaking Hot 100 Record

'I'm coming for you,' Gaga tweets after Jepsen logged seven weeks at #1 with 'Call Me Maybe.'
By Gil Kaufman

<P><a href="">Carly Rae Jepsen</a> has been put on notice by <a href="">Lady Gaga</a>: break my chart record and I <I>will</I> come after you. The jokey warning shot across the Justin Bieber protégé's bow came after Jepsen's inescapable summer smash, <a href="/news/articles/1687413/carly-rae-jepsen-call-me-maybe.jhtml">"Call Me Maybe,"</a>&#8232; broke one of Gaga's chart records.</P><P></p><div class="player-placeholder right" title="Carly Rae Jepsen Wants To Collaborate With Katy Perry" id="vid:810250" width="415" height="255"></div><p></P><P>"Maybe" just celebrated its seventh week at #1 on the <I>Billboard</I> Hot 100, which catapulted it beyond the record set by Gaga's 2011 hit, "Born This Way," which managed six weeks at the top.</P><P>"@carlyraejepson I SEE you just swooped in and broke my BORN THIS WAY record of the most weeks at #1," Gaga <a href="" target="_blank">tweeted</a> on Wednesday. "DONT GET COMFORTABLE IM COMING FOR YOU."</P><P>Gaga, who just revealed her acting debut in the upcoming Robert Rodriguez pulp sequel <a href="/news/articles/1690633/lady-gaga-machete-kills-acting-debut.jhtml">"Machete Kills,"</a>&#8232; played some new music for her fans from a car in a New York City parking lot on Sunday night.</P><P>In barely audible footage <a href="" target="_blank">posted</a> online, the dance track plays in the background &#8212; the majority of what is heard in the video is the club-banging beat. Gaga sits in the backseat of an SUV as fans call the track "amazing." The 38-second clip ends with the Mother Monster driving away from her fans.</P><P>Could it be the song that will knock Jepsen from her lofty perch? Only time will tell.</P><P>Gaga will <a href="/news/articles/1686922/lady-gaga-new-album-title.jhtml">reveal the name</a>&#8232; of her new album in September. Last week she hinted that the first song off the LP is produced by longtime collaborator DJ White Shadow, who worked with Gaga on <I>Born This Way</I> singles "Born This Way" and "The Edge of Glory."</P>

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