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Carly Rae Jepsen Performs E•MO•TION With The Toronto Symphony

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All that we could do with this emotion.

Carly Rae Jepesen's beloved album gets a special symphonic treatment.

Often revered by many music lovers as one of the strongest pop releases of all time, Carly Rae Jepsen's third album Emotion was tonight transformed into an epic orchestral affair.

A delighted Jepsen shared video of her rehearsals on social media before she performed almost the entirety of Emotion (along with her classic hit Call Me Maybe), all while backed by the Toronto Symphony. They dazzled a small group of diehard fans who lapped up every moment and left their seats to dance.

Check out some of the fan footage:

#Carlyraejepsen calls for backup from the #torontosymphonyorchestra maestro... and he delivers! #the6ix

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Our brilliant conductor @lucaswaldin ✌?✨?@VanessaHeins

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Backstage getting dolled by @veronicachu - pic by @vanessaheins ??

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."I just wanna sing when I wanna sing!" Caught being impatient to go on already ? @vanessaheins

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Fingers crossed for an official Spotify/Youtube release!

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