By Clark Collis
Updated September 17, 2010 at 07:24 PM EDT
Credit: Chris Hatcher/PR Photos

Image Credit: Chris Hatcher/PR PhotosYesterday, Ellen DeGeneres announced that she had signed British singer Tom Andrews as the second artist on her eleveneleven label. Which got us wondering what had happened to her company’s first artist, Greyson Chance, who at the age of 12 became an Internet phenom earlier this year thanks to a video of him performing Lady Gaga’s “Paparazzi.”

The answer? Quite a lot. According to a spokesperson for Telepictures Productions, which makes Ellen, young Mr Chance is “in the studio and we expect to release this fall.”

But it’s not all been work, work, (home)work. On Sunday, Chance attended the VMAs where he hung out with Justin Bieber and Jaden Smith—you can watch this summit after the jump. He’s also found time to visit Seattle where, according to his facebook page, he made lots of new friends.

Are you excited for new music from Chance? What do you think of Ellen’s A&R talents?

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