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The 2022 Juno Awards returned in-person for the first time in three years due to the ongoing COVID-18 pandemic, taking over Toronto’s Budweiser Stage for an unforgettable evening of performances and history-making wins.

READ MORE: Simu Liu Delivers Emotional ‘I Am Canadian!’ Juno Awards Speech, Pokes Fun At Will Smith Slap, The Maple Leafs & More

Pop-punk princess Avril Lavigne made Canada proud as she performed a medley of hits spanning her entire career, all the way back to her first smash single “Complicated” from 2002. She followed up the classic with a bit of her 2022 single “Bite Me”, which is featured on her latest album, Love Sux.

Lavigne also performed segments from “Girlfriend” and”Sk8er Boi”, and closed things out with the an emotional rendition of “I’m With You”.

Meanwhile, Lavigne has lots to celebrate off the stage, recently getting engaged to musician Derek Smith, who goes by the name Mod Sun. The singer shared photos in an Instagram carousel from their engagement, which took place on March 27 in the City of Lights. The picturesque proposal was completed with the Eiffel Tower captured in the background.

Following the news of their engagement, the lovebirds celebrated with a Paris-themed engagement party, featuring multiple Eiffel Towers, cappuccinos and pink berets.

READ MORE: Avril Lavigne And Mod Sun Are Engaged To Be Married After Romantic Proposal In City Of Lights

After showing off her heart-shaped rock to ET Canada’s Morgan Hoffman on the Junos red carpet, Lavigne and Mod Sun revealed if they plan to keep the French theme going for their upcoming nuptials.

“Maybe,” revealed Mod Sun, before his fiancée added, “maybe, maybe, we don’t have any plans yet. We just got engaged. We’re on tour

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The 2022 Juno Awards returned in-person for the first time in three years due to the ongoing COVID-18 pandemic, taking over Toronto’s Budweiser Stage for an unforgettable evening of performances and history-making wins.
Pete Davidson arrived at NBCUniversal's upfronts presentation in New York on Monday, to make a very special announcement about his new show.While taking to the stage, the Saturday Night Live funnyman revealed for the first time that The Sopranos star Edie Falco will be playing his mother in a new series for Peacock that is based on his own life, titledBupkis.However, before the introduction, the boyfriend of Kim Kardashian couldn't help but make a joke about the current interest into his love life, quipping: 'I am here so that the media will start paying attention to me.' Big reveal: Kim Kardashian's boyfriend Pete Davidson jokes he wants the media to 'start paying attention to me'... as he reveals Edie Falco will play his mom in new show based on his lifeVariety reports that Pete, 28, added on stage: 'I've done a lot of projects that reference my life because that's kind of all I can do.' 'One of the things that sucks about that though is my family members, they often get to play themselves because of, you know, the low budget situation.''So, my mom is starting to think of herself as a real actress.

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