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Juno nominees to be announced today
The nominees for the 2007 Juno Awards will be announced this afternoon in Toronto with Canadian chart-toppers Nelly Furtado, Billy Talent and Three Days Grace all expected to make the list.
The 36th annual Junos, to be broadcast on CTV, will be held on April 1.
Furtado has also signed on to host the event which will be held at the Credit Union Centre in Saskatoon.
“The Juno Awards are part of the Canadian fabric and to be asked to host is a privilege I’m charmed to accept,” Furtado said recently in an exclusive eTalk interview. “Hosting The Juno Awards is a dream come true and I look forward to carrying on this rich Canadian tradition.”
Double-platinum Quebec superstar Gregory Charles and platinum-selling hip-hop artist k-os are the most recent additions to the musical lineup — which also includes Billy Talent and Three Days Grace.
Furtado takes over the master of ceremonies job from last year’s host Pamela Anderson. Other high-profile hosts have included Brent Butt in 2005; Alanis Morissette in 2004; Shania Twain in 2003 and the Barenaked Ladies in 2002.
Last year, 1.7 million viewers watched the 2006 Junos, surpassing the 48th Grammy Awards broadcast in Canada by 26 per cent and making it the most-watched music awards program of the year.
The 2006 Juno Awards climaxed with 2.1 million viewers and attracted almost 30 per cent more viewers than the previous year, making it the second-most watched awards telecast since they were broadcast from Ottawa in 2003.