February 6, 2008 18:11

Feist, Avril Lavigne earn several Juno nods

Canadian awards show reveals nominees

Feist, Avril Lavigne earn several Juno nods
Veteran performer Celine Dion led the Canadian Juno Award nominees with six nods, while Feist and Avril Lavigne came in a close second with five nominations apiece.

Lavigne's nominations include the Juno Fan Choice Award and Single of the Year for 'Girlfriend'.

Feist, who is also up for four Grammy Awards and received the US Shortlist Music Prize earlier this week, is nominated for Album of the Year, Artist of the Year and Songwriter of the Year.

Arcade Fire is up for Group of the Year, and US artists Timbaland, Bon Jovi, Fergie, Josh Groban and Rihanna received nominations for International Album of the Year.

The Juno Awards are set to take place on April 6 at Calgary's Saddledome.

For further information, visit Juno-awards.ca.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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