After his triumphant high last week at the American Music Awards, Justin Bieber found himself booed off the stage on one of Canada's biggest sports night of the year.

The 18-yr-old has gone from multiple award wins to being overwhelmingly unaccepted as the halftime entertainment at the historic 100th Grey Cup football game of the Canadian Football League.

The crowd of 52,000+ at the Rogers Center in Toronto stared booing Bieber from the first moment his face was seen on the stadium jumbo-tron, to the end of his set (despite having made Canadian native Carly Rae Jepsen a pop star, and having her as part of the halftime show).

Past Grey Cup halftime performers have included Lenny Kravitz, Nickleback, The Black Eyed Peas, Bryan Adams, and Nelly Furtado to name a few.

Bieber took it in stride, even thanking the crowd at the end of his set.  Check out the moments for yourself.

Just in case you might care, the Toronto Argonauts won the cup and the 2012 championship defeating the Calgary Stampeders 35-22.