2012 Juno Awards Big Winners Wrap Up

Published On April 3, 2012 | Celebrities, Music News

The 2012 Juno Awards took place on April 1st in Ottawa, Ontario and being Canada’s biggest award show, most of the nominees turned out in their best attire to se who would reign victorious at the end of the night.

Justin Bieber, Drake, Michael Buble and Adele all walked away as some of the biggest winners of the night proving that their fan base is behind them all the way.

Justin Bieber took home the Juno Fan Choice Award and although his Beliebers were there, he wasn’t able to make it due to studio commitments. However, the Canadian native foresaw the event and pre-recorded a video message to thank his wonderful fans. “As we all know I have the best fans in the world. So this goes out to the fans, you might as well give it to yourself.”

Drake, who also hails from Canada won the Juno Award for Rap Recording of the Year for his album ‘Take Care.’ Like his little bro, Drake wasn’t able to attend as he’s tied up on his Club Paradise Tour in Europe. The award was presented at the Pre-Gala Dinner & Awards ceremony.

Michael Buble took home the biggest award of the night with his album ‘Christmas’ winning Album of the Year. Buble was going head to head with Justin Bieber’s ‘Under The Mistletoe’ and Drake’s ‘Take Care’ but due to serious promotional ventures including ‘SNL’ performances and the Rockefeller Center tree lighting ceremony, he emerged victorious.

There was no question that Adele would walk away with the Juno for International Album of the Year for ’21’ and as it was said, so it was done. Her leading singles from the album caused her to make history being the first woman in the history of the Hot 100 charts to have three singles in the Top 10 simultaneously.

Check Out The List Of Big Winners From The 2012 Juno Awards Below:

Juno Fan Choice Award
Arcade Fire
Avril Lavigne
City and Colour
Deadmau5
Drake
Ginette Reno
Hedley
Justin Bieber 
Michael Buble
Nickelback

Album of the Year
Avril Lavigne, ‘Goodbye Lullaby’
Drake, ‘Take Care’
Justin Bieber, ‘Under the Mistletoe’
Michael Buble, ‘Christmas’ 
Nickelback, ‘Here and Now

Single of the Year
City and Colour, ‘Fragile Bird’
Hedley, ‘Invincible’
Johnny Reid, ‘Let’s Go Higher’
Nickelback, ‘When We Stand Together’
The Sheepdogs, ‘I Don’t Know’ 

International Album of the Year
Adele, ’21′ 
Coldplay, ‘Mylo Xyloto’
Lady Gaga, ‘Born This Way’
LMFAO, ‘Sorry for Party Rocking’
Rihanna, ‘Loud’

Album of the Year
Avril Lavigne, ‘Goodbye Lullaby’
Drake, ‘Take Care’
Justin Bieber, ‘Mistletoe’
Michael Buble, ‘Christmas’ 
Nickelback, ‘Here and Now’

Pop Album of the Year
Avril Lavigne, ‘Goodbye Lullaby’
Down With Webster, ‘Time to Win Vol. II’
Hedley, ‘Storms’ 
Lights, ‘Siberia’
Marianas Trench, ‘Ever After’

Rap Recording of the Year
Classified, ‘Handshakes and Middle Fingers’
D-Sisive, ‘Jonestown 2: Jimmy Go Bye-Bye’
Drake, ‘Take Care’ 
Kardinal Offishall, ‘Anywhere (Old Time Killin’ Part 2)’
Swollen Members, ‘Daggermouth’

Dance Recording of the Year
Anjulie, ‘Brand New Chick’
Deadmau5, ‘Aural Psynapse’
Duck Sauce, ‘Barbra Streisand’
Martin Solveig & Dragonette, ‘Hello’ 
Mia Martina, ‘Devotion’

R&B/Soul Recording of the Year
JRDN, ‘IAMJRDN’
Jully Black, ‘Set It Off (Feat. Kardinal Offishall)’
Karl Wolf, ‘Ghetto Love (Feat. Kardinal Offishall)’
Melanie Fiona, ‘Gone and Never Coming Back’ 
Robin Thicke, ‘Pretty Lil’ Heart (Feat. Lil Wayne)’

See the full list of winners here!

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