Furtado Wins Big At Junos

SASKATOON (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Nelly Furtado had a big night in Canada. Not only was she the host of the 2007 edition of the annual awards show, she also was a recipient for numerous awards.

Furtado scored wins for Best Single, Best Album, Best Artist, Best Pop Album and the Fans Choice award.

"I'm just happy to be here and humbled," said Furtado as she accepted the award for Fans Choice. Her album, "Loose" has been a major hit, spawning 4 top ten hits, most notably the club smash "Promiscuous" which won an award for

Some of the other winners for the night included Canadian punker Billy Talent, new artist of the year went to Tomi Swick and producer Bob Rock was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame for his work with bands like Metallica and Aerosmith.

The complete list of Juno 2007 winners

Juno Fan Choice Award – Nelly Furtado
Single Of The Year – Promiscuous feat. Timbaland – Nelly Furtado
International Album Of The Year – Taking The Long Way
Album Of The Year Loose – Nelly Furtado
Artist Of The Year – Nelly Furtado
Group Of The Year – Billy Talent
New Artist Of The Year – Tomi Swick
New Group Of The Year – Mobile
Songwriter Of The Year – Gordie Sampson
Country Recording Of The Year – Somebody Wrote Love – George Canyon
Rap Recording Of The Year – Black Magic – Swollen Members
Adult Alternative Album Of The Year – The Light That Guides You Home – Jim Cuddy
Alternative Album Of The Year – Sometimes – City and Colour Dine Alone
Pop Album Of The Year – Loose – Nelly Furtado
Rock Album Of The Year – Billy Talent II – Billy Talent
Vocal Jazz Album Of The Year – From This Moment On – Diana Krall
Contemporary Jazz Album Of The Year – From the Heart – Hilario Duran and His Latin Jazz Big Band
Traditional Jazz Album Of The Year Avenue Standard – Jon Ballantyne Real Artist Works
Instrumental Album Of The Year – Run Neil Run – Sisters Euclid
Francophone Album Of The Year – Il était une fois dans l'est – Antoine Gratton
Children's Album Of The Year – My Beautiful World – Jack Grunsky Casablanca Kids
Classical Album Of The Year: Solo or Chamber Ensemble Piazzolla – Les Violons du Roy /Jean-Marie Zeitouni Atma
Classical Album Of The Year: Large Ensemble or Soloist(s) with Large Ensemble Accompaniment Mozart: Violin Concerti – James Ehnes/ Mozart Anniversary Orchestra
Classical Album Of The Year: Vocal or Choral Performance – Mozart: Arie e Duetti – Isabel Bayrakdarian, Michael Schade, Russell Braun, Canadian Opera Company Orchestra / Richard Bradshaw
Classical Composition Of The Year Clere Vénus – Denis Gougeon À L'AVENTURE! Centrediscs
Dance Recording Of The Year
Sexor – Tiga – Last Gang
R&B / Soul Recording Of The Year – mySOUL – jacksoul
Reggae Recording Of The Year – Xrated – Korexion
Aboriginal Recording Of The Year
Sedzé – Leela Gilday
Roots & Traditional Album Of The Year: Solo – Yellowjacket – Stephen Fearing
Roots & Traditional Album Of The Year: Group – Bloom – The McDades
Blues Album Of The Year – House Of Refuge – Jim Byrne
Contemporary Christian / Gospel Album Of The Year – Wide-Eyed and Mystified – Downhere
World Music Album Of The Year – Kaba Horo – Lubo Alexandrov
Jack Richardson Producer Of The Year – Brian Howes "Trip" Hedley
Recording Engineer Of The Year – John "Beetle" Bailey "Rain" MESSIN' AROUND – Molly Johnson
CD/DVD Artwork Design Of The Year – Chloe Lum & Yannick Desranleau for Seripop (Director/Designer/Illustrator/Photographer) – The Looks MSTRKRFT
Video Of The Year – Bridge To Nowhere Duplex (aka Dave Pawsey and Jonathan Legris) Sam Roberts
Music DVD Of The Year – Escarpment Blues – Andy Keen, Sarah Harmer, Patrick Sambrook Sarah Harmer

– CelebrityAccess Staff Writers

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