Alessia Cara has been tapped to host the Juno Awards, and is also the leading nominee, with six nods.
At 23, Alessia will be the youngest woman ever to host the Junos, and she’ll also perform on the show. She’s nominated for Single of the Year for “Out of Love,” Album of the Year and Pop Album of the Year for The Pains of Growing, plus Artist of the Year and Songwriter of the Year, as well as the Juno Fan Choice Award.
Rapper Tory Lanez has the second-highest number of nominations, with five. Shawn Mendes has three, as do electronic duo Loud Luxury and veteran rocker Bryan Adams.