Reliving Nelly Furtado's Best Host Moments - The JUNO Awards

After her unforgettable hosting debut in Saskatoon in 2007, legendary pop superstar Nelly Furtado is set to return to host the highly anticipated 2024 JUNO Awards. In addition to her hosting duties, the 10-time JUNO winner will also be treating fans to a performance they won’t want to miss.

As the countdown to The 2024 JUNOS begins, we’re revisiting Furtado’s top hosting moments to remind us why she’s the perfect woman for the job.

Legendary Opening Monologue

Arguably the most iconic entrance in JUNOS history, Furtado kicked off The 2007 JUNO Awards by descending from the ceiling as if she were flying. Dressed in a black tutu and a headpiece adorned with feathers, Furtado greeted fans while singing lyrics from her 2001 breakthrough hit “I’m Like a Bird” before settling on stage.

Nelly Furtado makes a dramatic entrance prior to hosting the Juno Awards. Credit Union Centre. 2007 Juno Awards, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

Nelly Furtado Introduces Tia Maria

Later in the evening, Furtado introduced the audience to a special and cherished figure in her life, her beloved Tia Maria. In this comedic segment, things got heated when Tia Maria, played by Furtado, interviewed none other than Michael Bublé. 


Show-Stopping Performance

Not limiting herself to hosting duties, Furtado took the stage by storm, performing a medley of hits from her JUNO-winning album Loose. Teaming up with Toronto rapper Saukrates, she brought the house down with favourites like “All Good Things,” “Say It Right,” “Promiscuous,” and “Maneater.”

Nelly Furtado performs a medley of her songs. Credit Union Centre. 2007 Juno Awards, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

The Unveiling of “Promiscu-mess Girl”

Showing off her comedic charm once again, Furtado unveiled her directorial debut: the original never-before-seen “Promiscuous” music video. The goofy “Promiscu-mess Girl” parody had the audience laughing as Furtado awkwardly danced to the hit song alongside quirky backup dancers.


Historic Wins

At the 2007 JUNO Awards, Furtado not only commanded the stage as the host but also made JUNOS history as the first nominee with multiple nominations to sweep every category she was nominated in. Taking home Pop Album of the Year, JUNO Fan Choice, Single of the Year, Artist of the Year, and Album of the Year, she solidified her status as a JUNO legend.

Nelly Furtado. Portraits. Credit Union Centre. 2007 Juno Awards, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

Don’t miss your chance to witness Nelly Furtado live in action at The 2024 JUNO Awards. Tickets to Canada’s biggest night in music go onsale Friday, November 10 at 10AM AT at