Carly Rae Jepsen is a singer and songwriter from Canada with a net worth of $1 million. She mostly has her appearances on the reality TV singing competition Canadian Idol (which as its name suggests is the Canadian version of American Idol) to thank for her net worth, as they led to the recording career that she enjoys today. Since auditioning for Canadian Idol, Jepsen went on to place third overall in the show's fifth season. After that, Jepsen landed a recording contract and released her first album, entitled Tug of War, in September of 2008. The album is a mix of pop, rock, acoustic showcases of Jepsen's songwriting, and even one cover song: A version of John Denver's "Sunshine on My Shoulders" which was the second single off the album. Jepsen has begun to catch on with American audiences very recently, having made her American television debut on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on March 23, 2012. She performed her song "Call Me Maybe" and was joined by fellow Canadian pop music star Justin Bieber. Her professional relationship with Bieber extends to more than just dual TV appearances – Jepsen is currently signed in America to Schoolboy Records, which happens to be run by Justin Bieber's manager Scooter Braun.