Star power reigned at Canada's music video awards on Sunday night as acts from Katy Perry to LMFAO turned the ceremony into a giant street party.
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Carly Rae Jepsen was the big winner of the night with three MMVAs.
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Drake wasn’t in Toronto after his June 14 New York bar brawl with Chris Brown, but earned the MMVA for best hip hop video.
Justin Bieber wowed his local fans with performances of "All Around The World" and "Boyfriend."
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Katy Perry arrived on the red carpet with a posse of mini-mes, before performing “Wide Awake” and winning for best international video of the year.
American Idol’s Kelly Clarkson sang "Dark Side" and "Stronger" to the nationwide Canadian TV audience.
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LMFAO performed a major mash-up performance of "Party Rock Anthem," "Champagne Showers," "Sorry For Party Rocking," and "Sexy and I Know It."
Vancouver rockers Marianas Trench took home MMVAs for best pop video and best cinematography.
Nelly Furtado performed "Hoops" for her hometown crowd.
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