Carly Rae Jepsen had a nice weekend in her home country. She was the top winner at the Juno Awards, Canada's equivalent of the Grammy Awards.
Carly Rae, who's from British Columbia, received three awards, including album of the year for Kiss and single of the year for "Call Me Maybe" during the Juno broadcast, held in Regina, Saskatchewan, on Sunday night. She also performed a medley that included her mega-hit single.
Carly Rae had already been given the prize for pop album of the year at a Juno gala on Saturday. She entered the weekend with a leading five nominations.
Michael Bublé hosted the broadcast and performed "It's a Beautiful Day" and "Home." Michael, Celine Dion and Nickelback lost the Juno Fan Choice Award category to Justin Bieber .
Celine was also nominated for album of the year and adult contemporary album of the year for her French-language disc, Sans Attendre , but was shut out.
For a full list of winners, visit JunoAwards.ca .
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