Carly Rae Jepsen Makes Good Coffee in Video for 'Cut to the Feeling'

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Carly Rae Jepsen, "LEAP!"

Carly Rae Jepsen revealed a second video for her Leap song, “Cut to the Feeling.” Rather than the first’s amalgamation of performance clips and animated cuts, Jepsen takes a meta, homemade approach with shaky behind-the-scenes footage.

Fuzzy clips of Jepsen laughing alongside crew members and sipping on miniature bottles of wine with a straw make work look like nothing but fun, especially as Jepsen quite literally bounces in to have her hair and makeup done.

The crew playfully talks about Jepsen as if she is a completely unknown talent. And during what is obviously a product placement, Jepsen works an elaborate espresso machine, joking “If this song fails, I make a good coffee.”

In Leap, in theaters now, Jepsen voices Odette, a woman working at the Paris Opera Ballet and mentoring Elle Fanning’s character Felicie.  

Watch the new visuals for “Cut to the Feeling” below. 


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