Jann Arden and Olympian Jon Montgomery to host Junos

TORONTO - Eight-time Juno winner Jann Arden is teaming up with Olympic gold medallist Jon Montgomery to host this year's Juno Awards.

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It will be the second time as host for the Calgary-born pop singer, who was MC for the 1997 show in Hamilton.

It will be Montgomery's debut in the spot -- after sharpening his skills as host of "Amazing Race Canada" for three seasons.

Arden says she's already feeling chemistry with Montgomery even though they just met this week.

Some of the country's top acts are lined up to perform at this year's Junos, including the Weeknd, Alessia Cara, and Shawn Mendes.

The show airs from Calgary on April 3 on CTV.



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