Drake Bests Bieber, Michael Buble Dominates at Juno Awards
Drake and Justin Bieber perform at the 2010 Juno Awards. WireImage

Michael Bublé took home three Juno Awards during a televised show from St. John's, Newfoundland, adding to the single award he received on the untelevised portion of the awards.

Bublé took home album of the year for "Crazy Love," as well as single of the year for "Just Haven't Met You Yet," (which he also performed on the show) as well as the fan choice award. The show was broadcast last night (April 18) by CTV.

"This is the best one," Bublé said of the fan choice award. "We talk about our managers and our companies but we don't talk about you enough."

Bublé also won pop album of the year, during Saturday's award ceremony.

Rising hip-hop star Drake took home the best new artist award, usurping Strafford, Ontario teen sensation Justin Bieber. Drake, from Toronto, offered to share the award with the teenager. Bieber performed "Baby" onstage with Drake during the televised portion of the awards.

Toronto indie rockers Metric were a surprise winner of group of the year, over the likes of Billy Talent and the Tragically Hip, while rapper K'Naan won artist of the year.

The entire list of winners, including those awards handed out on Saturday, can be found at Junoawards.ca.

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