Carly Rae Jepsen hit the stage at "Good Morning America" Summer Concert Series at New York City's Central Park on Friday morning, June 14. Despite the gloomy weather, the 27-year-old singer managed to lead the crowd to sing her new single off "Kiss" album, "Tonight I'm Getting Over You".
Clad in a black leather jacket, white top and red shorts, Jepsen sang a short version of the upbeat track. She then stripped off her jacket and took the stage again to debut a dance remix version to her hit single, "Call Me Maybe". With the beats of drums and electronic elements, Jepsen made the pop song more danceable than before.
Jepsen also had a short interview on Friday's "Good Morning America". The singer, who is set to be a part of the Blu-ray release of Disney's "The Little Mermaid", was asked how she felt about singing a new version of the film's signature song, "Part of Your World".
"Incredible," she gushed. "When they asked me, right away, I was like, I'm going to finally have an excuse to dye my hair red! This is great!"
The Blu-ray release, which will feature a music video of Jepsen's performance, will come next October.
Prior to headlining the GMA Summer Concert, the Canadian singer attended the Fourth Annual amfAR Inspiration Gala at The Plaza Hotel, New York City. Gracing the red carpet in Charlie Wong's white gown with a yellow underlay, Jepsen stopped to pose with designer and amfAR supporter Kenneth Cole, and model Izabel Goulart. For her performance that night, she opted for a cobalt blue suit from L.A.M.B.
The event was also attended by other famous faces like Uma Thurman, Jennifer Lopez, Ireland Baldwin and Liza Minelli.
Carly Rae Jepsen Performs "Tonight I'm Getting Over You" at GMA Summer Concert Series:
Carly Rae Jepsen Performs "Call Me Maybe" at GMA Summer Concert Series: