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Nick Jonas, Carly Rae Jepsen, Justin Bieber and More At The NHL All-Star Game

NHL All Star Game

The NHL All-Star Game took place this past weekend and in addition to a lot of hockey players, the event also had an impressive number of pop stars in attendance.

Carly Rae Jepsen kicked off the evening with an inspiring performance of “O Canada.”

Wearing a hockey jersey, the Canadian singer debuted a blonde pixie cut which we’re pretty sure is going to inspire many of her fans to head straight to the hairdresser.

Lil blonde me about to sing O Canada at the #NHLAllStar game!

A photo posted by Carly Rae Jepsen (@carlyraejepsen) on

Fifth Harmony were scheduled to perform the “Star Spangled Banner,” tweeting about the event only hours before the puck dropped. Unfortunately, the band ended up cancelling at the last minute due to a member of the group falling ill. We’re surprised that one sick band member would cause the entire group to cancel and hope this isn’t a sign of trouble in the newly reformed foursome.

Nick Jonas headlined the halftime show with a high-energy medley performance of “Levels,” “Jealous” and “Close.” The pop singer heated up the ice, performing in front of a full band and forgoing back up dancers to fill the stage himself.

Jepsen and Jonas weren’t the only pop stars in attendance during the NHL All Star Game. Justin Bieber revisited his childhood pastime of playing hockey in Stratford, Ontario for the Celebrity game.


Fellow Canadian Taylor Kitsch also threw on some skates to play in the celebrity game.


Canadian cousins and superheroes Robbie and Stephen Amell checked out the All Star game in LA.


Actor Miles Teller got in some rink time with friends.


Actor Chloe Grace Moretz also cheered from the stands.


And Colin Hanks had the best seats in the house as an honourary coach.