Get ready! CTV is going to hype this as if its the second coming!

Shania Twain to host Junos
Juno organizers have corralled babe-alicious Shania Twain to host and perform at this year’s Juno Awards in Ottawa at the infamous Corel Centre on April 6.
Word that Twain will host the annual celebration of Canadian music came last night during the American Music Awards broadcast as CTV played Shania’s new video, along with a teaser, during every commercial break to hype the event.
The teaser was taped last month in Spain.
“I can’t wait,” Twain said. “It’s going to be a lot of fun.”
That’s what Juno organizers are hoping for.
“She’s a spectacular talent, a wonderful person and an outstanding ambassador for Canadian music,” said Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) chairman Ross Reynolds.
Having won hundreds of music awards since the mid-1990s, she’s also become an authority in the art of presenting and accepting the gold.
Twain’s won eight Junos but has never hosted the prestigious music awards administered by CARAS.
Twain is also scheduled to perform at halftime at this year’s Super Bowl.
She’s also taken 22 Canadian Country Music Awards, two American Country Music Awards, six Grammys, six American Music Awards and four Billboard Music Awards, just to name a few.
The Timmins-born Twain’s back in the public eye after a two-year exile. Her latest album, Up!, debuted at No. 1 and was the highest-selling album in 2002.
Twain’s last album, 1997’s Come On Over, sold more than 34 million copies worldwide to become the biggest-selling album by a female artist.
Full details of this year’s Junos will be announced in February.