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If the audience at Canada’s Juno Awards is any indication of how the public feels about Justin Bieber, he’s in trouble. When it was announced that he had won the Fan Choice Award at the event, the crowd didn’t appear too happy.
The 20-year-old “Heartbreaker” singer wasn’t there to accept the award, so Canada's Olympic women's curling team accepted it on his behalf.
Although he couldn’t make it, he took to Twitter to thank his fans for the award. “We won #JUNOFanChoice for the 4th year in a row! Love to all my beliebers. Thank u. Love u,” he wrote.
We won #JUNOFanChoice for the 4th year in a row! Love to all my beliebers. Thank u. Love u
— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) March 31, 2014
There was at least one supporter in the crowd at the Juno Awards, and that was Serena Ryder, who won songwriter of the year. When she accepted her award, she was quick to show her support for the singer, The Hollwood Reporter reported.
"Justin Bieber is an amazing musician and he deserved every bit of that award because he's been working his ass off his entire life," she said. "We need to support how awesome he is. He's great. He's amazing."