Ah hah! We knew this day would come!

Carly Rae Jepsen is about to go head-to-head against the very person who discovered her, Justin Bieber. Both artistes will compete in four major categories that they were nominated for at this year’s Juno Awards aka Canada’s biggest night of music. They‘re both up for the artist, album, pop album, and fan choice awards.

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Carly Rae Jepsen, who has five nominations in total, will also be performing during the Juno Awards broadcast, as well as Michael Buble. Other multi-nominees include Billy Talent, Hedley, Leonard Cohen, Marianas Trench, Metric and Rush. And these key ones:

Artist of the Year

Carly Rae Jepsen

Johnny Reid

Justin Bieber

Leonard Cohen

Deadmau5

Group of the Year

Billy Talent

Marianas Trench

Metric

Rush

The Sheepdogs

Album of the Year

Carly Rae Jepsen, “Kiss”

Céline Dion, “Sans Attendre”

Hedley, “Storms”

Justin Bieber, “Believe”

Marianas Trench, “Ever After”

Single of the Year

Billy Talent, “Viking Death March”

Carly Rae Jepsen, “Call Me Maybe”

Hedley, “Kiss You Inside Out”

Serena Ryder, “Stompa”

The Sheepdogs, “The Way It Is”

International Album of the Year

Maroon 5, “Overexposed”

Mumford & Sons, “Babel”

One Direction, “Up All Night”

Rod Stewart, “Merry Christmas, Baby”

Taylor Swift, “Red”

Breakthrough Artist of the Year

Cold Specks

Elisapie

Grimes

Kira Isabella

The Weeknd

Breakthrough Group of the Year

Hey Ocean!

Monster Truck

The Pack a.d.

Walk Off the Earth

Yukon Blonde

JUNO Fan Choice Award

Carly Rae Jepsen

Céline Dion

Drake

Hedley

Justin Bieber

Leonard Cohen

Marianas Trench

Metric

Michael Bublé

Nickelback

Pop Album of the Year

Carly Rae Jepsen, “Kiss”

Justin Bieber, “Believe”

Kristina Maria, “Tell The World”

Nelly Furtado, “The Spirit Indestructible”

Victoria Duffield, “Shut Up and Dance”

Rock Album of the Year

Big Wreck, “Albatross”

Billy Talent, “Dead Silence”

Rush, “Clockwork Angels”

The Sheepdogs, “The Sheepdogs”

The Tragically Hip, “Now For Plan A”

Alternative Album of the Year

Hannah Georgas, “Hannah Georgas”

Japandroids, “Celebration Rock”

Metric, “Synthetica”

Said The Whale, “Little Mountain”

Stars, “The North”

Country Album of the Year

Chad Brownlee, “Love Me Or Leave Me”

Dallas Smith, “Jumped Right In”

Dean Brody, “Dirt”

Emerson Drive, “Roll”

Johnny Reid, “Fire It Up”

Video of the Year

Drake, “HYFR”

Alan Doyle, “Testify”

Johnny Reid, “Fire It Up”

Walk Off the Earth, “Little Boxes”

Of Monsters and Men, “Little Talks”

The 2013 Juno Awards will take place on 21st April 2013 (Sunday) at the Brandt Centre in Regina, Saskatchewan.

For more information, visit their official website.

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