Justin Bieber stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show to support his artist, Carly Rae Jepsen, whose song "Call Me, Maybe," has become a smash hit, thanks to him!
Carly Rae performed for the first time on American television before sitting down with Justin and Ellen DeGeneres to talk about how their collaboration came about.
"I was in Canada and I was listening to the radio and then her song came on and I was like, Who is this?'" Justin explains to Ellen on the episode, airing today. "I looked her up and saw all the stuff she’s done and she's really talented! And she was available, so I signed her."
And Carly Rae couldn't be happier to be the first artist on Justin's record label.
"I had been signed in Canada to 604 records,” Carly says. “I had never branched outside of Canada and had no idea how to do that and then one miraculous day, Justin called.”
“At the time, I was touring in Canada in a soccer mom van with my band, and it seemed to be too good to be true," she adds. So cool!
Justin also debuted 15 seconds of his new song, "Boyfriend," which comes out in full on Monday.
Watch their interview below!