Juno Awards Ceremony Takes Unpredictable Turn

April 2, 2012 by staff 

Juno Awards Ceremony Takes Unpredictable Turn, The typically conservative Juno Awards went radical in the nation’s capital on Sunday, with William Shatner presiding over an awards telecast that boldly upended the audience’s expectations again and again by celebrating some unlikely candidates.

Shaggy-haired Saskatoon southern-rock throwbacks the Sheepdogs – toiling in anonymity only a year ago – and Toronto-based indie songstress Leslie Feist won three awards each in a splashy gala where few of the supposed “locks” actually snapped into place.

Feist’s response to winning artist of the year characterized the unpredictable atmosphere. Flushed, she staggered to the stage gingerly after spending a minute sharing her surprise with her entourage.

“I just need a second,” she marvelled as she finally stepped to the microphone, covering her mouth with her hand and shaking her head from side to side.

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