OttawaBillboardCarly Rae Jepsen added two more Junos on Sunday night, one of seven trophies given out at Canada’s 42nd annual Juno Awards, which was televised live on CTV from Brandt Centre in Regina.The pop singer had already won an award at the previous day’s private gala dinner, where 35 trophies were handed out. The two-hour show on Sunday was more performance-heavy, featuring Canadian Music Hall of Fame inductee k.d. lang and the night’s host, Michael Buble. Other performers included Billy Talent with special guest Serena Ryder, Marianas Trench, the Sheepdogs, The Tenors, Metric, Classified with David Myles, and Hannah Georgas. Buble - whose new album, “To Be Loved,” is out this week - has long been a favorite to host the Juno Awards. The quick-witted, often hilarious singer has appeared with past Juno hosts Nelly Furtado and faux rival, comedian Russell Peters, in pre-recorded skits. Continuing the tradition, he opened Sunday’s show with a clip of himself wheeling his luggage down a hotel corridor, as Peters opened his door and suggested the next Junos be hosted by a “real man’s man” with a chiseled jaw, like Blue Rodeo’s Jim Cuddy. That segued into vignettes with Kelly Ripa, who got carried away singing Celine Dion; Gerard Butler, who belittled him in a piano bar; and Dr. Phil, who told him to “man up” and get out and host. “They shoulda got Jim Cuddy,” Phil said to himself as Buble made his way out onstage.Before the packed arena of fans and industry-personnel, Buble referred to Regina as “the city that rhymes with fun” and opened up about fatherhood and his expectation that all that baby poop and puke will be “just like being on tour with Justin Bieber.”The first award for songwriter of the year went to Leonard Cohen, whose son Adam was one of three presenters.