Carly Rae Jepsen becomes used to her “spoilt” lifestyle.
The 29-year-old singer has brought a busy scheduling since releasing her third studio album E•MO•TION, which boasts singles I Really Like You and Run Away With Me. It means constant jetting world wide and having almost no time to herself, which includes its fluctuations for Carly.
“I’m permanently jet-lagged, that is like a new state of weird. I’m just form of bouncing from state to state every a couple of days and living away from a suitcase and becoming really familiar with room service. It’s a spoilt life, but a weird life,” she told BBC Radio 1 Breakfast Show host Nick Grimshaw.
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“I mean promo is usually a bit of a strange time ’cause yeah, you hop around, but it is still awesome. I mean I can’t really complain.”
There a few amusing situations on the way too, for example appearing on talk shows abroad. When Carly visits Japan she’s got to be “game” for whatever bizarre scenarios they throw at her.
One example was when she mentioned the amount she likes avocado on toast enjoying, which resulted in her teaching a class of fans learning to make it – despite it only being two steps.
Host Nick also used your time to quiz Carly to be with her thoughts about the recent Nicki Minaj and Taylor Swift spat, which saw the girls have a dispute on Twitter on the MTV VMAs. The rapper was disappointed her track Anaconda missed out on a Video of the Year nod and voiced her opinion around the matter, using the blonde singer taking her comments the wrong method.
The ladies have constructed now and Carly thinks things got blown away from proportion.
“I seem like there is a modern age where women tend to be less competitive. I think that the media does this too sometimes,” she commented for the dispute. “Remember in the past with Britney Spears against Christina Aguilera, and you are obviously like, ‘Is that basically real or could they be just seeking to cause drama?'”