Final Juno Awards presenters announced, Great Big Sea on hand

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The final presenters for Sunday's 2010 Juno Awards broadcast show were announced today, with Great Big Sea and Hedley listed among those to be on hand.
Only seven Juno Awards will be handed out during the broadcast, with the bulk being presented at an industry gala on Saturday night. Sunday will instead be filled with musical performances by Classified, Billy Talent, Blue Rodeo, Drake, Great Lake Swimmers, Johnny Reid, Justin Bieber, K'Naan, Metric and Michael BublÉ.
With camera feeds moving between Mile One Centre and George Street, those confirmed to present or make special appearances indoors and out now include:
- Deadmau5
- Hedley
- Damhnait Doyle
- Kim Stockwood
- Great Big Sea
- Alex Cuba
- Barenaked Ladies
- Dallas Green
- Jarvis Church
- Jully Black
- Lights
- Ricky and Bubbles of the Trailer Park Boys
- Carly Rae Jepsen
- Danny Fernandes
- Shiloh
- Stereos
- Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games gold medallists Alexandre Bilodeau and Jon Montgomery
- Nikki Yanofsky
- "So You Think You Can Dance Canada" judge Luther Brown
- "ETALK" correspondent Leah Miller
- Terri Clark
- The Trews
- Amelia Curran
- Three Day Grace's Barry Stock, who will induct April Wine into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame
- CTV personality Seamus O'Regan
- Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages, James Moore
- The winner of the Pepsi Super Fan contest, who will bestow the JUNO Fan Choice Award

Organizations: Great Big Sea, Barenaked Ladies, Jarvis Church Canadian Heritage

Geographic location: Great Lake, George Street, Dallas Canada

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  • ROD
    July 02, 2010 - 13:12

    No Jake Doyle? I guess CTV doesn't want to promote a CBC actor/show?

  • James
    July 02, 2010 - 13:12

    It would have been better to have some current or emerging artists be presenters, like Hey Rosetta or The Once, rather than Kim Stockwood and Damnhait Doyle, whose careers are basically over.

    We should be promoting our new artists instead of looking back on older ones.

    That's what the Junos are for - marketing the newest canadian talent.

  • Heather
    July 02, 2010 - 13:10

    Disappointed there are no performances by local artists in the show on Sunday night. Although there is only 1 nomination from here, I think there should be more local flavor from this province.

  • Paul
    July 02, 2010 - 13:08

    You know your gettin old when you don't recognize 80% of the presenters.

  • ROD
    July 01, 2010 - 19:50

    No Jake Doyle? I guess CTV doesn't want to promote a CBC actor/show?

  • James
    July 01, 2010 - 19:49

    It would have been better to have some current or emerging artists be presenters, like Hey Rosetta or The Once, rather than Kim Stockwood and Damnhait Doyle, whose careers are basically over.

    We should be promoting our new artists instead of looking back on older ones.

    That's what the Junos are for - marketing the newest canadian talent.

  • Heather
    July 01, 2010 - 19:47

    Disappointed there are no performances by local artists in the show on Sunday night. Although there is only 1 nomination from here, I think there should be more local flavor from this province.

  • Paul
    July 01, 2010 - 19:43

    You know your gettin old when you don't recognize 80% of the presenters.