Versions of Carly Rae Jepsen's single Call Me Maybe are proliferating on video sharing site YouTube.

Jepsen's original video for the hit single went viral after fellow Canadian Justin Bieber tweeted that the song is the catchiest tune he's ever heard.

In an interview with Time magazine, Jepsen, 26, said she didn't think twice about making her dream guy in the video gay.

“[I]t was totally my director's idea,” she said. “We both knew we wanted the ending to be fun and unpredictable, and when I read the idea, I loved it. It just seemed so perfect.”

“When we shot the Call Me Maybe video, we weren't even thinking the ending was not normal. I have so many gay friends that I love. It's a regular thing.”

The video has inspired hundreds to shoot their own videos, including a Star Wars version featuring dancing Ewoks, an Abercrombie & Fitch guys version featuring shirtless A&F men and a military version featuring U.S. Marines stationed in Afghanistan. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

Sesame Street's Cookie Monster recorded his own spoof: Share It Maybe. And, of course, a gay version titled Call Me Gaybe features half-naked young men.