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July 30, 2012  | by: Martha Adjei

Carly Rae Jepsen and Lady Gaga

Carly Rae Jepsen is no stranger to success. Her hit Call Me Maybe is all over the radio, all over youtube, and according to MTV, all over the Hot 100 charts. This week, the song celebrates its 7 weeks at the #1 spot. Call Me Maybe breaks Lady Gaga’s record of 6 weeks at the number one Spot, with last year’s hit single, “Born This Way”. Lady Gaga acknowledged Jepsen’s success, and  jokingly tweeted:

@carlyraejepson I SEE you just swooped in and broke my BORN THIS WAY record of the most weeks at #1,”  ”DONT GET COMFORTABLE IM COMING FOR YOU.

Lady Gaga’s monsters patiently await her new album whose name will be announced this September. Lady Gaga is also expected to make an acting debut in the movie Machete Kills, where she plays Lady Chameleon, a sultry character with 1920s charm and a pistol at hand. Gaga will be cast among the likes of Jessica Alba,  Mel Gibson, and Sophia Vergara. The movie is set to be released in 2013.

I’m glad to see Lady Gaga finally taking on acting roll. I thought after her theatrical performance of You and I at the MTV Video Music Awards, I knew that it was only a matter of time before she turned to acting. As for Carly Rae Jepsen, let’s see how long her infectious summer hit will stay at the top of the charts! Hopefully, Gaga won’t send her monsters after Carly Rae to exact revenge!

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