Carly Rae Jepsen Leads Impromptu Flash Mob at Arthur Ashe Kids' Day 2012
Carly Rae Jepsen came to the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, New York City to support Arthur Ashe Kids' Day 2012. The Canadian breakout star was joined by the likes of The Wanted, Mindless Behavior, Owl City, Rachel Crow, Matthew Morrison and many more.
Carly hit the tennis court singing her No. 1 single "Call Me Maybe" while several tennis players showed off their dance moves. Max George, Jay McGuiness, Siva Kaneswaran, Tom Parker and Nathan Sykes joined the group before the boys from Mindless Behavior came running to the center field to be part of the fun.
The solo performance on Saturday, August 25 ended up becoming a mass dance by a large number of people. "The X Factor (US)" alum Rachel and one-man band Adam Young were seen among the crowd doing the impromptu flash mob captured in the following video.
More Carly Rae Jepsen News
- A Little Too Early? Kourtney Kardashian Lets 4-Year-Old Daughter Penelope Wear a Lip Ring
- 'Gossip Girl' Alum Penn Badgley Marries Domino Kirke in Brooklyn Courthouse
- 'Dancing with the Stars': 'Glee' Star Heather Morris Joins Season 24, Some Pairings Are Revealed
- DJ Khaled Films Top Secret Video With Justin Bieber, Chance The Rapper and More
- Oscar Accountants Issue an Apology Over Best Picture Blunder
- Halle Berry Rocks Big Curly Locks at the Academy Awards
- 'Batman v Superman', 'Hillary's America' Are Top Losers at Razzie Awards
- Nicole Kidman Passionately Kisses Keith Urban as He Naughtily Grabs Her Bum on Oscars' Red Carpet