Lindsay Ell took the stage by storm during the Juno Awards Opening Night on Friday, June 4.

The country music star delivered a soulful performance of “Want Me Back” from her sophomore album, Heart Theory. 

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Ell was then joined on stage by MacKenzie Porter, who picked up the tempo with a performance of “These Days”.

Ell has just landed her first-ever Juno nomination for Country Album of the Year thanks to Heart Theory.

The Calgary-native also recently earned her first Gold Single as a solo artist for “Want Me Back”.

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Speaking exclusively with ET Canada’s Sangita Patel, Ell admitted that she couldn’t believe the news when she heard her album was Juno nominated.

“When they said my name, I was like ‘what? Is this actually happening?’ Especially getting nominated for Country Album of the Year, because this album Heart Theory is so important to me,” she said.

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Ammoye and Kirk Diamond, Crown Lands, Klô Pelgag, TOBi and TӦME are among the other performers taking to the stage on Juno Opening Night.

Angeline Tetteh-Wayoe will host the show starting at 8 p.m.

On Sunday, the 50th annual Juno Awards will take place including performances from Justin Bieber, The Tragically Hip and Jann Arden.