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The JUNOs are just two days away and that means it’s time to print off your special edition 2017 JUNO Awards Bingo cards.
How many times is Prime Minister Trudeau’s hotness referenced? Where are the Mounties? Are there any speeches in French? Keep track during Sunday’s show and you could be shouting Bingo like a winner. Print off one of the five JUNO Bingo cards below and play along! Watching with a group? Print off all six here.
This year’s show has an impressive line up of artists from across the wide-ranging genres of Canadian music. Pop singer Shawn Mendes will return to the JUNO stage, with the Toronto teen earning five nominations this year. Alessia Cara will also perform once again at this year’s JUNO Awards, earning four nominations thanks to her debut album Know-It-All. Not far behind are A Tribe Called Red, who are up for three JUNO Awards in April. Four-time JUNO Award winners Arkells will be performing for the second time at the JUNO Awards, having previously played the 2015 JUNOs in their hometown of Hamilton, ON. JUNO winner Feist will take the stage to perform what will surely be a moving tribute to the late Leonard Cohen. JUNO Fan Choice Award nominees The Strumbellas and Songwriter of the Year nominee Ruth B will also be performing for the first time.
Also taking the stage at this year’s show is global superstar Sarah McLachlan. The Nova Scotia native has received 29 nominations and taken home 10 JUNO Awards over her incredible career, earning another nomination this year for Adult Contemporary Album. This year’s JUNO Awards will also feature McLachlan’s induction into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.
The JUNOs will be hosted by Russell Peters and Bryan Adams and will be broadcast live from Ottawa’s Canadian Tire Centre on Sunday, April 2 at 7E/4P on CTV and CTV GO.