Carly Rae Jepsen stuns in bikini-style crop top, towering heels at private concert

Carly Rae Jepsen stuns in bikini-style crop top, towering heels at private concert

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Carly Rae Jepsen performed in a lime green Christian Siriano ensemble.Getty Images for IHG Hotels & Resorts

It’s always a good time for Carly Rae Jepsen.

The “Call Me Maybe” hitmaker was having “a lot of fun” while performing in a bikini-style crop top at a private concert ahead of Lollapalooza.

The 37-year-old showed off her toned figure in a lime green Christian Siriano set featuring a backless bra top and matching high-waisted trousers at the intimate Chicago concert.

“She looked incredible,” an attendee told Page Six exclusively following the IHG Hotels & Resorts Lollapalooza Kick-Off Party Wednesday.

“At one point she told the crowd that she wanted to take her heels off and dance around but joked that she’d be too short to see everyone,” the insider went on, noting Jepsen paired her ensemble with towering blue platform pumps.

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The set featured a backless, barely-there crop top.
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The Grammy nominee, who styled her platinum blond tresses in beachy waves, appeared to be “having a lot of fun on stage.”

“She was getting personal with the crowd, singling people out and pointing to them if they knew all the words to her new songs,” the attendee explained.

It came one week after Jepson dropped her seventh studio album, “The Loveliest Time,” with hits like “Shy Boy” and “Psychedelic Switch.”

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The “Call Me Maybe” chart topper belted out some of her new hits, including “Shy Boy” and “Psychedelic Switch.”
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“Getting to write about subjects that are a little bit more nuanced, that feels so refreshing for me,” she told Billboard earlier this week, referencing her “vulnerable” tracks.

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“Being in the pop industry for so long and not feel like I have to be so cookie cutter or black and white,” she went on.“It’s all so deliciously gray and everything in between.”

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She also performed on the main stage at Lollapalooza.
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Jepsen also revealed that she began working on her lead single, “Shy Boy,” before she had even released her 2012 smash hit, “Call Me Maybe.”

“I brought this song on my shoulder through years of my life, like a little backpack I was carrying with some little hooks here and there,” she told Rolling Stone last month.

“I wrote parts of the song before I had ‘Call Me Maybe,’ actually.”

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