Published Jun 20, 2016Carly Rae Jepsen won over critics with last year's E·MO·TION, making it on to this year's Polaris Music Prize long list. And while that album delivered a divine set of pristine pop songs, the singer's no stranger to things of a slightly cheesier nature.
Her latest foray into oddball TV-related work comes courtesy of a Japanese shampoo commercial. Serving as a spokesperson for a brand called Moist Diane, the Canadian pop star is featured in the company's latest ad.
In the clip, Jepsen finds a girl saying goodbye to a guy at the airport without having declared her true feelings for him. Sensing the unfinished business between them, the singer whisks the girl back through the crowded airport's flash mobs and gives her a much-needed push (and the lyrics) to tell him: "I really, really, really, really, really, really like you."
If you ignore the shampoo's brand name, it's all very adorable, and you can watch it in the player below.