Buzz Bites (4/22/13): Carly Rae Jepsen, The Weeknd, Metric Take Home Juno Awards

Carly Rae Jepsen, Metric, and The Weeknd score Juno Awards; Pharrell Williams performs Daft Punk collab "Get Lucky," + Fall Out Boy is 2 Chainz's surprise guest at Coachella in today's Buzz Bites.

Carly Rae Jepsen took home three Juno Awards over the weekend.

+ The two-night Juno Awards (which is like Canada’s version of the Grammys) took place over the weekend. Congrats to Carly Rae Jepsen who nabbed three Junos, including Album Of The Year for Kiss. Metric also won three awards, and The Weeknd grabbed two as well. (Ace Showbiz)

+ Don’t know about you, but we’ve had Daft Punk‘s “Get Lucky” on repeat ever since it dropped early Friday morning, and it looks like their collaborator Pharrell Williams can’t get enough of it, either. Watch him perform the addictive jam three times during an HTC One event in Brooklyn on Friday. (Billboard)

+ Watch surprise guests Fall Out Boy join 2 Chainz‘s Coachella set to perform their “My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light ‘Em Up).” “Not only did I come to save hip-hop, I came to save rock and roll,” 2 Chainz said. He also served double duty by hopping on Major Lazer‘s set to perform “Bubble Butt.” (Idolator)

+ Speaking of surprises, check out Taylor Swift and her unannounced guest B.o.B. performing their collab from his Strange Clouds album, “Both Of Us,” during her “Red Tour” stop in Atlanta on Friday. (Rap-Up)

+ Kid Cudi‘s Indicud features a seemingly odd collab with Michael Bolton, but it turns out Cudi’s mom is a fan, and he grew up listening to Bolton. “It was really cool to have his energy and just to be around him because he’s such a legend, so down to earth and cool. He was like the uncle I never had,” Cudi said. (MTV News)

+ We’re not sure who these “insiders” are, but if they’re telling the truth, Selena Gomez‘s impromptu flight last week to Oslo, Norway, where her ex (?) Justin Bieber was performing was no coincidence. “They met up privately later… It was a personal visit,” insiders told E! (E!)

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