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2012 Teen Choice Awards: Biggest ‘Call Me Maybe’ Sing-A-Long EVER? Maybe!

Jul. 23 2012, Published 7:00 a.m. ET

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Unless you've been under a rock for the last few months, you’re aware that the official anthem of the summer is Justin Bieber’s pop prodigy, Carly Rae Jepsen's Call Me Maybe. Carly walked away with Choice Summer Song and Choice Music: Breakout Artist at the 2012 Teen Choice Awards.

With that in mind,’s Kinsey Schofield took to the 2012 Teen Choice Award's pink carpet to attempt to create one of the largest collaborations of celebrities singing Call Me Maybe.

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Of course, Victorious starlets Victoria Justice and Ariana Grande knew how to belt out the slumber party jam, How to Rock's Cymphonique Miller brought some soul to her rendition (her Dad... Master P. ...not so much); and boyband IM5 brought the house down with their acapella.  

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The precious Nia Frazier and MacKenzie Ziegler of Lifetime's Dance Moms did their cutest karaoke on the pink carpet -- lookin' a little Toddlers & Tiaras-esque! While Rebecca Black makes her return with a vengeance.

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Not all celebrities are so eager to sing Carly Rae's signature single though. Ahem, we're looking at you Chelsea Kane (Baby Daddy). You get a pass because your outfit was killer, and we love your short locks.

Check out tWitch (Step Up Revolution), Tahj Mowry (Baby Daddy), Tyler Posey (Teen Wolf), Taylor Spreitler (Melissa & Joey), Haley Reinhart (American Idol), and more get their summer anthem on at The 2012 Teen Choice Awards with



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