Even They Don't Want Him Back? Justin Bieber Gets Booed at Canada's Juno Awards

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Does even Canada not want Justin Bieber back? Uh, it kind of seems that way.

During his homeland's beloved Juno Awards Sunday night, the country's used-to-be idol was booed when his name was announced for an award. It all went down when the Biebs earned the Juno Fan Choice Award and he wasn't there to accept it. Canada's Olympic women's curling team accepted the fan choice award on behalf of the 20 year-old superstar.


When his name was announced, cheers and obvious boos came from the crowd. We weren't the only ones who noticed, either. Fellow Canadian music artist Serena Ryder defended Justin when she came on stage to accept her Juno for Songwriter of the Year.

"I really think that Justin Bieber is an amazing musician and he deserved every bit of that award because he's been working his ass off his entire life and we need to support how awesome he is," she said totally throwing herself under the bus for Bieber backlash.

The Justin drama wasn't the only drama going down at the awards show either. Robin Thicke, who was nominated for three Junos, axed his performance at the awards show to rest his vocals at the last minute. His cancellation came as an online petition was created to have him booted from the show for "blatant sexism."

Find out more about this year's Juno Awards in the video below.


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