Avril Lavigne Wins Fan Choice Award At 2023 Juno Awards; deftly handles the topless stage-crasher

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Avril Lavigne won the fan-voted Fan Choice Award for the fourth time at the 2023 Juno Awards on Monday (March 13). And she reminded fans why they love her with the cleverness of a topless stage-crasher.




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When Lavigne was opening the performance of AP Dhillon, the first Punjabi artist to perform at the Junos, a topless woman appeared on stage behind her. according to a cbc news Reportedly, a message written on its back appeared to read “Save the Green Belt” – an apparent reference to a controversial development plan by the Ontario government.

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Lavigne turned around and told her to “ch-off”, and the demonstrator left the stage.

Recalling the most famous stage-crashing incident at a music awards show, when a stage crashed with the words Soy Bomb, the 40-year-old was able to appear on stage.th Annual Grammy Awards at Radio City Music Hall in New York in 1998 Bob Dylan was performing “Love Sick”. Dylan bravely endured the awkward moment and simply continued playing.

Lavigne, in contrast, puts the woman in her place. When she later won the Fan Choice Award, Lavigne mocked her taking charge attitude. “Now this time nobody tries anything. I’ll f– ab– up.

Simon Liu (Shang-Chi and the of the Ten Rings), who hosted the for the second year, praised Lavigne for “handling that topless lady like a champ”.

The 52nd Annual Juno Awards were held at Rogers Place in Edmonton, Alberta. Only five competitive awards were presented in the two-hour show. More than 40 awards were presented at the Juno Opening Night Awards on Saturday (March 11), which saw Monday’s broadcast focus on performances by Tennille Townes, Alexisonfire, Aisenby, Jessie Reyes, Tate McRae, AP Dhillon, Bancks and Ranks. Gave permission. Preston Pablo and Rave, as well as 50th Anniversary of Hip-Hop, which focused on Canadian hip-hop talent.

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weekend Win five prizes over the course of two nights. These five awards bring The Weeknd’s total Juno awards to 22, placing him second on the all-time Juno leaderboard. Anne Murray 25 with Juno continuing to lead all performers.

Abel Tesfaye won four awards at the Juno Opening Night Awards, which were livestreamed from the Edmonton Convention Center. On the live telecast, they won another award – for Album of the Year. FM Dawn, This was his third win in the category beauty behind the madness And after hours, But he was not ready to accept his honour, which led to an uproar from the audience.

The Weeknd has famously been out of sorts with the Grammys since the annual ceremony handed him a whopping zero nominations on the year for “Blinding Lights,” one of the biggest and best singles of recent years. But Juno showered him with rewards. It’s easy to see why viewers felt he was disrespecting them by not showing up.

The Weeknd has yet to win the Fan Choice Award. Lavigne, in contrast, is one of only three artists to win it four or more times. Justin Bieber leads the list with five wins in the category. Shawn Mendes has also won it four times. (Either Lavigne or Mendes has won the award in each of the past seven years.)

toronto singer jessie rez won the first award of the night for his 2022 album, Contemporary R&B Recording of the Year like this, The Weeknd had won the award in each of the previous two years.

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nickelback Was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame. Actor Ryan Reynolds called the band “the pride of Alberta” during a pre-taped segment, followed by an onstage introduction by Edmonton Oilers hockey player Connor McDavid.

The band closed the with a performance of global hits such as “Rockstar” and “How You Remind Me”.

Rappers Hawiah Mighty and Cardinal Official pay tribute to hip-hop’s 50th anniversary in Canada.

“One of my favorite MCs just became the world’s favorite,” said Cardinal Offishall, referring to Drake. “The world would not be the same if it were not for the phenomenal talent, influence and vision [a man] Like Drake. He continues to open doors and help focus the world’s attention on our thriving hip hop scene.

Cardinal Official is best known in the US for his 2008 single “Dangerous” (featuring Akon), which became a top five single on the Billboard Hot 100.

Maestro Fresh-Ves, which won the first Juno for Rap Album of the Year (1991’s symphony in effect), announced the winner of this year’s TOBi’s shall i continue

Here are the nominees in the categories that were presented on the live telecast, with the winners being screened.

is here our report on the winners of Saturday’s opening night Juno Awards.

TIC Toc juno fan choice

the winner: Avril Lavigne, Warner

Lauren Spencer-Smith, Island/Republic*Universal

Mackenzie Porter, Big Loud * Independent

Preston Pablo, 31 East*Universal

Rave, 31 East*Universal

shawn mendes, island * universal

Tate McRae, RCA * Sony

The Wrecklaws, Starseed* Independent

The Weeknd, XO* Universal

Tyler Shaw, Sony

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album of the year

who hurt you?, Ali Getty, Warner

love sucks, avril lavigne, warner

Demons protected by Angels, NAV, XO* Universal

i thought i could fly Tate McRae, RCA * Sony

Winner: Dawn FM, The Weeknd, XO* Universal

Breakthrough Artist of the Year

Dax, Columbia * Sony

Devon Cole, Arista * Sony

the winner: Preston Pablo, 31 East*Universal

Realest K, Colombia * Sony

Rave, 31 East*Universal

Rap Album/EP of the Year

gonzo, Boslen, Capital * Universal

retrospective (acoustic), Classified, Halflife*Universal

Flare Print Vol. 2, Jazz Cartier, Petal Garden*Believe

Demons protected by Angels, NAV, XO* Universal

Winner: Shall I continue? Toby, RCA

Contemporary R&B Recording of the Year

“When the Flowers Are in Bloom,” Adria Cain, Arthaus *Warner

“If I Get Caught,” DVSN, OVO

“No Longer in the Suburbs,” Dylan Sinclair, Five Stone*The Orchard

the winner: “Yessie,” Jessie Reyes, Island*Universal

“WTF,” Savannah Ray, Universal

Canadian Music Hall of Fame Inductee Award


MusicCounts Teacher of the Year Award

Jewel Castleman, Lakewood School, Winnipeg

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