Video: Watch the Barenaked Ladies reunion performance at Juno Awards 2018

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      The newest members of the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, the Barenaked Ladies, closed out Juno Awards 2018 with a joyous performance of "One Week" and "If I Had $1000000".

      Halfway through the second ditty, several well-known Canadian musicians joined them on-stage.

      The boys seemed pretty cheerful, given that Steven Page broke up with the band nearly a decade ago and he hadn't played with them since.

      And after belting out the famous about Kraft dinner in "If I Had $1000000, Page ad libbed: "Come on, 30 years now Kraft, isn't it time for a sponsorship?"

      At last night's Juno Awards, the Barenaked Ladies made a triumphant return to Rogers Arena.

      Over their career, the Barenaked Ladies have sold 15 million albums, making them one of Canada's best-selling bands.

      They were also indie pioneers, paving the way for many other Canadian indie acts to follow.

      Watch CBC host Tom Power's separate interviews with Steven Page and Ed Robertson, which were juxtoposed together in this show.
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