Although Carly Rae Jepsen and Justin Bieber fans have done plenty of speculating, the "Call Me Maybe" singer isn't giving away insider information on their duet anytime soon. The pop star says that she's "sworn to secrecy" about the big collaboration with Biebs on her highly-anticipated debut album dropping this September, according to MTV News.
"The Justin song, I'm kind of sworn to secrecy on because I think we want to release it together at one moment," Jepsen told MTV.
Jepsen did, however, open up about her collaboration with Redfoo of LMFAO -- a song called "The Kiss" that she says she "can't wait to share."
In other Carly Rae Jepsen news, her music video for "Good Time" with Owl City was released on Tuesday and follows the 26-year-old driving around with the top down, sporting her trademark bangs, distressed denim and tie-dye shorts.
Another young pop singer to watch this month is 13-year-old Madison Beer, who was recently endorsed by Jepsen and Justin Bieber on Twitter. Bieber called Beer a "future star."
What are your predictions for the Carly Rae-Justin Bieber duet? Are you excited for her upcoming album? Tell us in the comments below or tweet @HuffPostTeen!
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