No Call Me Maybe Anymore: Carly Rae Jepsen Says Giving Out Number To Hot Guys Is 'Awkward'

14 July 2012

Carly Rae Jepsen might be famous for singing about dishing out her number to cute guys saying 'call me maybe', but now the singer says that it would actually be "awkward" to give her phone number out.

She admits that in the past she's been "brave" when it comes to chasing guys, but reckons now it would be "really, really awkward".

That said, the 25-year-old doesn't quite put her fame on the same scale as her buddy Justin Bieber or Katy Perry.

Talking to the AP, Carly said: "I've done brave things for love before or for the possibility of the idea of love, but I've never quite done that and I'm pretty sure now that I never can because that would be really, really awkward."

She continued: "That is a little bit strange. I'm not at the level of like, Justin Bieber and Katy Perry. I've been very enclosed in my hotel rooms and very enclosed in the studio right now, so the times where I'm out there is for a show or at the airport."

Carly admits there have been moments when she's wondered what the change is when you're famous, but admits that she's not too harrassed.

"The airport paparazzi kind of wigs me out a little bit. TMZ, I think, caught me and they're like, 'Carly Rae Jepsen carries her own suitcase', and I'm like, 'Is that not allowed? Who is supposed to carry it? I'm new to this'."

We like that Carly carries her own suitcase!

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