Carly Rae Jepsen’s ‘Call Me Maybe’ has ‘shifted’ over 10m (!) copies in America

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Carly ‘Carly Rae Jepsen’ Rae ‘Carly Rae Jepsen’ Jepsen’s legendary telecommunications-based ode to uncertain impulsiveness, ‘Call Me Maybe’, has become only the twelfth ever song to ‘shift’ more than 10m copies in America, earning it a Diamond certification.
Please read the below tweet for confirmation:

Congratulations to @carlyraejepsen! #CallMeMaybe is the 12th Diamond song in @RIAA Gold & Platinum Program history! @Interscope pic.twitter.com/cDE8L7hW6k
— RIAA (@RIAA) October 5, 2016

Here’s the list of twelve songs (CRJ is only the fourth woman ever to do it):
Carly Rae Jepsen — ‘Call Me Maybe’
Elton John — ‘Candle in the Wind 1997/’Something About the Way You Look Tonight’
Eminem — ‘Love the Way You Lie’ (Featuring Rihanna)
Eminem — ‘Not Afraid’
Florida Georgia Line — ‘Cruise’
Imagine Dragons — ‘Radioactive’
Justin Bieber — ‘Baby’ (Featuring Ludacris)
Katy Perry — ‘Firework’
Katy Perry — ‘Dark Horse’
Lady Gaga — ‘Bad Romance’
Lady Gaga — ‘Poker Face’
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis — ‘Thrift Shop’ (Featuring Wanz)
That’s quite the list isn’t it.
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