Justin Bieber took home three trophies at his introduction to the MuchMusic Video Awards and performed to screaming fans at the ceremony in Toronto.

Bieber, who sang "Baby" and "Somebody To Love," won for international video of the year by a Canadian for "One Time" (Island Def Jam), as well as the 'fave video' category for "Baby" and 'fave new artist.'

Universal-signed pop-rock act Hedley also won three awards. They won video of the year for "Perfect," and post-production of the year for that promo. The band from British Columbia also won pop video of the year for "Cha-Ching."

Miley Cyrus performed at the June 20 awards and "Party in the U.S.A." (Hollywood Records/Universal) won the 'international video of the year - artist' category, beating out fellow performer Katy Perry. Jonas Brothers triumphed in the international group category for "Paranoid" (Hollywood Records/Universal), while Adam Lambert picked up the fave international video for "Whataya Want From Me" (RCA/Sony) and performed at the ceremony.

Ontario rock act Billy Talent snagged two awards. Their Warner Music video "Saint Veronika" won the director of the year honor for Michael Maxxis, and "Devil on My Shoulder" won the MuchLoud rock video of the year.

Trey Songz and Drake's "Successful" (Atlantic) won for cinematography of the year and it was named MuchVibe hip-hop video of the year.

Drake performed "Over" at the show and showed off his platinum record (100,000 units) in Canada for "Thank Me Later," which went on sale June 15.

Belly featuring Snoop Dogg received the MuchFact indie video of the year for "Hot Girl" (CP Records/Fontana North).