REGINA: Call her a winner, definitely. Carly Rae Jepsen has won the top Junos at the 42nd annual Canadian music awards ceremony, including Album of the Year, Pop Album of the Year and Single of the Year for her smash hit ''Call Me Maybe''.
Jepsen seemed stunned during Sunday's awards show that her gold-selling album ''Kiss'' beat out teen-pop sensation Justin Bieber and Celine Dion. However, Bieber did take home his fourth career Juno for Fan Choice Award.
Leonard Cohen won his second Juno of the year - the fifth of his career - for Songwriter of the Year for his album ''Old Ideas”.
Vancouver pop outfit Marianas Trench won Group of the Year for their record ''Ever After''. Classic rockers Monster Truck won Breakthrough Group of the Year. —Photos by Agencies/text by AP
Host Michael Bublé performs during the 2013 Juno Awards. —Photo by AP
Canadian musicians David Myles (L) and Classified pose with their Juno Award for Rap Recording of the Year. —Photo by Reuters
Canadian musician and host Michael Buble performs during the Juno Awards show. —Photo by Reuters
Canadian musicians The Tenors perform during the Juno Awards. —Photo by Reuters
‘World sexiest comedian’ Nicole Arbour poses for photographs on the red carpet. —Photo by AP
The Sheepdogs perform during the 2013 Juno Awards. —Photo by AP
Billy Talent, right, and Serena Ryder perform during the Awards show. —Photo by AP
Carly Rae Jepsen performs after her win. —Photo by AP
Marianas Trench pose with the Juno after winning group of the year. —Photo by AP
K.D. Lang bows the crowed after receiving a Juno for her Canadian Music Hall of Fame induction. —Photo by AP