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Nelly Furtado Dominated the 2007 Juno Awards

April 2, 2007 (7:56 am) GMT
Nelly Furtado's frequent trip to the stage was not only because she was the host but also because she was the 5 categories winner.

2007 Juno Awards is all about . The 28 years old singer swept as many as five nominations apart from her frequent appearance on stage as the host of the show. In the Canadian version of Grammy, Nelly snatched the spotlight when first taking the stage and introduced herself as the host. She then gradually grabbed the 5 trophies that forced her to prepare 5 different sets of acceptance speech.

As an artist, she won Dorito's Juno Fans Choice Award and Artist of the Year. Her album "" shone for two things, Pop Album of the Year and simply Album of the Year while her single featuring titled "Promiscuous" was awarded Single of the Year.

The event also gave Toronto group two awards, Best Group of the Year and Best Rock Album for "". Other Canadian artists such as and Tomi Swick won the Vocal Jazz Album and New Artist of the Year respectively. US' very own all girls band meanwhile, brought home International Album for "".

Ironically, rapper who was thought to beat Nelly in the 5 nominations brought home absolute zero. The event was held on April 1 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and broadcast live by CTV. Complete winners can be seen on junoawards.ca.

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