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Sorry, former Secretary of State Colin Powell. You are no longer the most unexpected individual to prove you're a fan of Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe."

In an amazing new video, Cookie Monster - yes, that Cookie Monster - plays off the smash single (four weeks in a row atop the Billboard 100 chart!) with "Share It Maybe," a track based on the creature's affection for a certain dessert and a life lesson that should be imparted on all children.

Watch now and just try not to smile:

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We know, we know: they were cute at first, but now you're sick of the "Call Me Maybe" lip dubs. Even when they are done by shirtless Abercrombie & Fitch models.

But this one is a bit different. It's not really a lip dub, nor is it a cover. It's really more of a parody, considering the feature singer is a dog named (naturally) Corgi Rae Jepsen.

Give it a listen now and then compare it to the other Call Me Maybe covers circulating around the Internet. This has to at least be in the top (ca)nine, right?

by Hilton Hater at . Comments

Call them handsome? Totally!

We're excited to present another Carly Rae Jepsen lip dub and - with no offense to the Harvard baseball team or even these Miss USA contestants - this video is likely the hottest one yet!

It features Abercrombie & Fitch models. Shirtless Abercrombie & Fitch models, that is. Yeah. It's a must-watch.

Partly thanks to the never-ending covers of her addictive track, Jepsen moved to number-one on the Billboard 100 this week. Call her, all single guys. Definitely.

by Hilton Hater at . Comments

Forget "Maybe." You may now call Carly Rae Jepsen Queen of the Music World.

That's because the 26-year old Canadian, signed by Justin Bieber to his label just a few short months ago, has officially hit number-one on the Billboard 100, with "Call Me Maybe" overtaking Gotye's "Somebody That You Used To Know" atop the rankings.

The addictive Jepsen single has been lip dubbed by everyone from Katy Perry to the E! Fashion Police. But how can we be certain the track has broken through to every conceivable demographic?

Because former Secretary of State Colin Powell actually sang it during a commercial break on CBS This Morning. We're not kidding...

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We've got a new version of "Call Me Maybe" to present to readers, but this one isn't brought to us by the Harvard baseball team or President Obama.

No, this time Carly Rae Jepsen herself is in on the remake.

The 26-year old singer joined Jimmy Fallon and The Roots last night, reproducing the single’s bouncy beat in a very elementary (school) manner: via classroom instruments such as a bongo, xylophone, melodica, tone block and a triangle. It's fun stuff.

Watch now:

by Free Britney at . Comments

Carly Rae Jepsen's summer jam, "Call Me Maybe" is as infectious as it gets.

Even President Barack Obama can't resist belting it out during commencement speeches, campaign visits and press conferences ... well, at least in the below video of clips spliced together to form the idiotic lyrics of the catchy pop hit.

Watch the hilarity and sing along with the Prez:

Incidentally, 19-year-old Fadi Saleh (a.k.a. "Barackdubs" on YouTube) created this viral masterpiece, as well as Obama singing "Sexy and I Know It" by LMFAO.

Also incidentally, for a greatest hits of sorts compiling some awesome moments from an unforgettable lip-dubbing meme, check out this "Call Me Maybe" video.

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Olivia Culpo may have earned the title of Miss USA last night - and will go on to represent the United States in the Miss Universe pageant later this year - but Internet users are the true winners here.

That's because the bikini-clad women who took to the stage this weekend are the latest to participate in a "Call Me Maybe" lip dub, moving and shaking and pretending to sing to Carly Rae Jepsen's catchy hit.

And, yes, Donald Trump even gets into the act around the 40-second mark. Watch now:

Last week, a video was released that summed up a number of similar lip dubs, from those featuring Katy Perry to James Franco to the Harvard baseball team. Check out their "Call Me Maybe" versions now!

by Hilton Hater at . Comments

Call this tons of fun.

Considering the popularity of Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe," a host of lip dubs have sprung up around the Internet, including the actual video for the song itself, which features Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez and Ashley Tisdale.

There was also that one by Katy Perry. And even the Harvard baseball team got into the catchy act.

But now some awesome individual with too much time on his or her hands has combined the very best of these videos into one really awesome video. It features celebrities, regular folk, bananas and more, all jamming and bopping around to Carly Rae's smash hit. Watch now and we apologize in advance for getting the song stuck in your head...

by Free Britney at . Comments

They've got nothing on the Harvard baseball team, but the lovely ladies from E!'s Fashion Police put together their own "Call Me Maybe" cover video.

These viral video offerings have become almost as big a craze as the pop song by Carly Rae Jepsen burning up the radio, and it's easy to see why.

How can you not want to have fun with your buds and bop around to such an infectious beat? Katy Perry and friends do it. So to the girls at E!

Joan Rivers, Giuliana Rancic, Kelly Osbourne, George Kotsiopoulos and a bunch of their fabulous friends want you to call them ... well, maybe.

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What did a half dozen members of the Harvard University baseball team do when they ran out of ways to pass the time during a recent road trip?

If you guessed "choreograph and perform a dance to Carly Rae Jepsen’s 'Call Me Maybe'" ... you would be correct. And very good at this game!

Not the most creative dance, but their range of motion is limited by their surroundings, so we'll give them a pass. Watch the performance below:

Filmed and directed by Conner Hulse, the video stars Jack Colton (asleep), Jeff Reynolds, Steven Dill, Andrew Ferreira, Marcus Way, Kyle Larrow, Jon Smart, and Joey Novak.

Yes, he was actually sleeping the whole time.

This likely won't be the last "Call Me Maybe" cover you see. If you haven't seen it, here's the Carly Rae Jepsen music video that spawned an infectious viral craze.

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