Alessia Cara 'can't comprehend' the awesomeness of her four Juno nominations

(Photo via Alessia Cara/Twitter)
Alessia Cara is having a really good day!

The 19-year-old singer from Brampton, Ont. was nominated for four Juno Awards this morning, and could hardly believe the news.
Cara broke through over the past year with her hit "Here," and now finds herself nominated for Breakthrough Artist of the Year, R&B Recording of the Year, the Juno Fan Choice Award and Single of the Year.

She'll also hit the stage to perform at the big show in Calgary on April 3, airing live on CTV.
On top of all that, Cara found out she's nominated for Favourite New Artist at the Kids' Choice Awards.

With all that excitement in one day, this reaction seems pretty warranted...
Meanwhile, fellow four-time Juno nominee Shawn Mendes has been singing her praises while doing press in London.

On Tuesday he told BBC Radio 1 how much he loves the song "Here."
"I remember one day... I went online and saw this song, and that was like the song I put all my windows down, thought I was just the most coolest person in the town, driving through the town with that song blasting in the car," he said. 

"I love her and her swag and style. Her vibe is just so good."

So good that Mendes went on to cover "Here" for BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge.

And upon discovering it, Cara's Tuesday got even better.
Mendes, who will also perform at the Junos, was nominated for JUNO Fan Choice, Album of the Year, Artist of the Year and Pop Album of the Year.

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