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1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Juno Awards For Feist

Feist can count one more lucky number beyond "1,2,3,4."

Her delightful counting song made famous in a cleverly choreographed music video and an iPod ad helped the 32-year-old singer-songwriter sweep all five categories in which she was nominated at the Juno Awards this weekend in Calgary, Alberta.

"1234" was named single of the year, and her album "The Reminder" was named album and pop album of the year at Canada's most prestigious music awards ceremony held at Calgary's Saddledome and broadcast in the country on CTV Sunday night. Her wins for artist and songwriter of the year were announced the night before at the Juno Gala Dinner & Awards ceremony.

Photos: 2008 Juno Awards
On the red carpet, the Calgary native said she had brought plenty of local support with her to the show.

"I just arrived and it's a strange day here, very beautiful lucky day, and I'm just glad to be here, and I have a mass of my family around me," she told the Associated Press.

Canadian rockers Blue Rodeo took home a total of three Juno awards, including their fifth one for group of the year, adult alternative album of the year for "Small Miracles" and video of the year for "C'mon."

Other winners familiar to international audiences were crooner Michael Buble, who won the Juno fan choice award, and sultry R&B star Rihanna, who won international album of the year for "Good Girl Gone Bad."

In addition to Feist, the evening included performances by a range of artists including Buble, Avril Lavigne, and Anne Murray in duet performances with Calgary native Jann Arden and Britain's Sarah Brightman.

Also on the show, the 1970s arena rock trio Triumph was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.

2008 Juno Award Winners

  • Juno Fan Choice Award - Michael Buble
  • Artist of the Year - Feist
  • Single of the Year - Feist
  • Album of the Year - "The Reminder," Feist
  • Pop Album of the Year -"The Reminder," Feist
  • Songwriter of the Year - Feist
  • New Group of the Year - Wintersleep
  • New Artist of the Year - Serena Ryder
  • Group of the Year - Blue Rodeo
  • Country Recording of the Year - "Risk," Paul Brandt
  • Video of the Year - "C'mon," Chris Mills
  • Alternative Album of the Year - "Neon Bible," Arcade Fire
  • Rock Album of the Year - "Them Vs. You Vs. Me," Finger Eleven
  • International Album of the Year - "Good Girl Gone Bad," Rihanna

    By Judy Rosen