Getting that red carpet glimpse at the Juno Awards in Regina
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The red carpet is rolling out in Regina for the Juno Awards and you could be part of the screaming mob of fans next to it.
This is your chance to get up close to your favourite musicians, take some photos and even snag an autograph or two.
Meeting your favourite celebs visiting Regina is a rarity so if you are interested, you should sign up for your chance to welcome Canada's finest artists to the Juno Awards in the Queen City. The fun of living in the host city of the Juno Awards is to be that much closer to the stars.
Although the details are still in the early stages, the red carpet is a joint effort between CTV and CARAS, the non-profit organization behind the Junos. In an email, CTV spokesperson Scott Henderson says they want the red carpet audience to have people who will go all-out with posters and the loud, excited screams that are sure to get the stars' attention.
"We look for the most enthusiastic music fans for each Juno Awards red carpet. We want people who are excited to meet and see the artists," said Henderson.
To be considered for a spot in the red carpet audience, individuals or groups of friends will send an email application including their name, number of people in the group and who their favourite Canadian artist is to a red carpet audience co-ordinator.
The co-ordinator will let people know by April 12 if they have one of approximately 500 spots on the Juno Awards red carpet.
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