There's no "Maybe" about it - in 2012, the pop world was owned by Carly Rae Jepsen.
As AccessHollywood.com counts down The Top 12 Headlines Of 2012, we start with the 27-year-old Canadian singer who shot to superstardom seemingly overnight, on the success of her smash single "Call Me Maybe."
Having sold more than 6.1 million copies (according to Nielsen SoundScan) to date, the song continues to break records and hold its spot as a pop tune powerhouse to this day. The song was covered everywhere and by everyone - from Lil' Wayne to Justin Bieber & Selena ...
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