List of awards and nominations received by Siti Nurhaliza

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Siti Nurhaliza awards and nominations

Siti Nurhaliza performing as the opening act for Anugerah Juara Lagu ke-24 on 11 January 2010.
Awards and nominations
Award Wins Nominations
Anugerah ERA
13 27
Anugerah Industri Muzik
37 82
Anugerah Juara Lagu
18 27
Anugerah Planet Muzik
26 41
Anugerah Bintang Popular Berita Harian
25 25
Nickelodeon Kid's Choice Award
3 4
Shout! Awards
0 5
Shorty Awards
0 1
MTV Asia Awards
4 5
World Music Awards
3 8
Totals
Awards won 244
Nominations 244 [note 1]

Siti Nurhaliza is one of the best-selling and most well-known artists in the Malay Archipelago[1][2] and Nusantara region.[3] She has been Malaysia's most award winning artist when her record was included in the Malaysia Book of Records in 2001[4] and remained the record holder till now. To date, she has garnered more than 200 local awards as well as international awards.[5]

She is a multiple record holders for various awards and accolades,[6] so far she has received[7] – 37 Anugerah Industri Muzik awards, 25 Anugerah Bintang Popular awards, 26 Anugerah Planet Muzik awards, 18 Anugerah Juara Lagu awards, four MTV Asia Awards and the holder of two records in the Malaysia Book of Records.


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Music[edit]

Anugerah ERA (ERA Awards)[edit]

First organised in 2001, Anugerah ERA is an award ceremony that was throwned by one of Malaysia's radio company, Era FM[8] annually from 2001 until 2007. The show was somehow absent for years of 2008 and 2009. Artistes were voted through SMS,[9] phone call,[9] and also through online and manual form, which can be faxed or mailed to their head office.[10] In her debut in the award in 2001, she won all the categories that she was nominated, which is five out of ten categories overall.[8] She also holds the record of highest amount of winning for the category of Vokal Wanita Pilihan (Best Choice for Female Vocalist) with five times winning.[11]

Year Recipient Award Result
2001[8] "Pandang-Pandang Jeling-Jeling"duet with Tan Sri S.M. Salim Best Choice Ethnic Song Won
"Percayalah" Best Choice Pop Song Won
Best Choice Music Video Won
Best Choice for Duo/Group VocalistA Won
Best Choice for Female Vocalist Won
2002 "Kurik-Kundi" Best Choice Ethnic/Global Nominated
"Nirmala" Best Choice Ethnic/Global Song Won
Best Choice Music Video Won
Best Choice for Female Vocalist Won
2003 "Badarsila" Best Choice Ethnic/Global Song Won
"Bukan Cinta Biasa" Best Choice Music Video Won
Best Choice Pop Song Nominated
"Ku Milikmu" Best Choice Music Video Nominated
Best Choice for Female Vocalist Nominated
2004[12] "Bergendingdandong"duet with Tan Sri S.M. Salim Best Choice Ethnic/Global Song Nominated
"Dialah Di Hati" Best Choice Music Video Nominated
Best Choice Pop Song Nominated
Best Choice for Female Vocalist Nominated
2005 "Lagu Rindu" Best Choice Ethnic/Global Song Nominated
"Seindah Biasa" Best Choice Music Video Nominated
Best Choice Pop Song Nominated
Best Choice for Female Vocalist Won
2006 "Biarlah Rahsia" Best Choice Pop Song Nominated
Best Choice for Female Vocalist Won
Best Choice for Duo/Group VocalistB Nominated
2007[13] "Pastikan" Best Choice Pop Song Nominated
Best Choice for Female Vocalist Won
  • A She shared the award with Tan Sri S.M. Salim.
  • B She was nominated with Too Phat.

Anugerah Industri Muzik (Music Industry Awards)[edit]

Anugerah Industri Muzik (AIM) is an annual event similar to Grammy Awards which recognised Malaysia's finest artists.[14][15] Since her participation in 1997 with her debut single, Jerat Percintaan, she has won 34 awards, where she holds the record of highest frequency of winning Persembahan Vokal Terbaik di Dalam Album/Lagu (Wanita) (Best Vocal Performance in an Album/Song (Female)) with 11 times winning out of 13 years of participation with some of the years with multiple nominations in the same category.[16][17] She also holds the record of winning the most in the category of Album Terbaik (Best Album) with five times winning out of six nominations.[18][19]

The year indicates the ceremony year, awarding the previous years' works.

Year Recipient Award Result
1997[20] Best New Artist Won
"Jerat Percintaan" Best Song Won
1998[21] Siti Nurhaliza I Best Pop Album Nominated
Best Vocal Performance in an Album (Female) Nominated
"Aku Cinta Padamu" Best Song Nominated
1999[22][23] Adiwarna Best Pop Album Won
Best Vocal Performance in an Album (Female) Won
Best Album Won
2000[24][25] Pancawarna Best Pop Album Nominated
Best Vocal Performance in an Album (Female) Won
Seri Balas (duet album with Noraniza Idris) Best Pop Ethnic Album Won
Best Album Won
"Hati Kama" (duet single with Noraniza Idris) Best Song Nominated
"Nian Di Hati" Best Song Nominated
Kembara Award
Special Award
2001[26][27] Sahmura Best Vocal Performance in an Album (Female) Won
Best Pop Ethnic Album Won
Best Album Nominated
"Balqis" Best Arrangement in a Song Nominated
2002[28][29] 2001 Mega Concert Album Best Vocal Performance in an Album (Female) Won
Best Pop Album Nominated
Safa Best Vocal Performance in an Album (Female) Nominated
Best Pop Album Nominated
"Percayalah" Best Song Nominated
2003[30] Konsert Live Untukmu Sudir Best Vocal Performance in an Album (Female) Nominated
Best Pop Album Nominated
Sanggar Mustika Best Vocal Performance in an Album (Female) Won
Best Pop Ethnic Album Nominated
"Merisik Khabar" (from album Konsert Live Untukmu Sudir) Best Arrangement in a Song Won
"Nirmala" Best Song Nominated
2004[31] E.M.A.S Best Vocal Performance in an Album (Female) Won
Best Pop Album Won
Best Album Won
Best Album Cover Nominated
"Bukan Cinta Biasa" Best Arrangement in a Song Won
Kembara Award
Special Award
2005[32][33] Prasasti Seni Best Vocal Performance in an Album (Female) Won
Best Album Cover Nominated
Best Pop Album Nominated
Siti Nurhaliza Live In Concert 2004 Best Vocal Performance in an Album (Female) Nominated
"Bagaikan Sakti" (duet single with M. Nasir) Best Arrangement in a Song Nominated
"Dialah Di Hati" Best Arrangement in a Song Nominated
Best Song Nominated
"Seindah Biasa" Best Arrangement in a Song Won
Kembara Award
Special Award
2006[34][35] Siti Nurhaliza in Concert, Royal Albert Hall, London Best Vocal Performance in an Album (Female) Won
2007[36][37] Transkripsi Best Vocal Performance in an Album (Female) Nominated
Best Album Cover Nominated
Best Pop Album Won
Best Album Won
"Bisakah" Best Video Nominated
2008[38] Hadiah Daripada Hati Best Vocal Performance in an Album (Female) Won
Best Album Cover Nominated
Best Pop Album Won
"Cintamu" Best Arrangement in a Song (Bahasa Malaysia) Won
"Hati" Best Arrangement in a Song (Bahasa Malaysia) Nominated
"Menanti Pasti" Best Song Nominated
"Sekian Lama" Best Arrangement in a Song (Bahasa Malaysia) Nominated
Best Song Nominated
2009[39][40] Lentera Timur Best Pop Ethnic Album Won
Best Album Won
"Di Kayangan Kita" Best Vocal Performance in an Album (Female) Nominated
Best Pop Ethnic Song Nominated
"Di Taman Teman" Best Vocal Performance in an Album (Female) Won
Best Musical Arrangement in a Song Nominated
"Pada Cintanya" Best Musical Arrangement in a Song Won
2010[41] CTKD: Canda, Tangis, Ketawa, Duka (duet album with Krisdayanti) Best Pop Album Nominated
Tahajjud Cinta Best Pop Album Nominated
"Amarah" (duet single with Krisdayanti) Best Vocal Performance in a Song (Group) Won
"Ku Percaya Ada Cinta" Best Vocal Performance in a Song (Female) Won
"Sebagai Teman" (duet song with Krisdayanti) Best Musical Arrangement in a Song Nominated
2012[42] "I Cry Out" Best Vocal Performance in a Song (Female) Nominated
"Stand Up" Best Local English Song Nominated
2013[43] "Galau" Best Vocal Performance in a Song (Female) Nominated
2014[44][45] Fragmen Best Album Won
Best Album Cover Nominated
Best Album Recording Nominated
Konsert Lentera Timur Dato' Siti Nurhaliza Bersama Orkestra Tradisional Malaysia Best Album Recording Won
"Lebih Indah" Best Vocal Performance in a Song (Female) Won
Best Musical Arrangement in a Song Nominated
"Jaga Dia Untukku" Best Pop Song Nominated
"Popaleh Weh" Best Pop Ethnic Song Nominated

Anugerah Juara Lagu (Song Champion Awards)[edit]

Anugerah Juara Lagu (AJL) is a yearly event which recognised the musical composition of a song based on the collaborations of three parties - lyricist, composer and the artiste. Its weekly programme will gather singles and songs nominations from various artistes where they will compete till their songs will be included as the finalists before ultimately nominated to be judged by professional judges. From 1986 until 1991, the finalists for the final were chosen based on monthly winners, and from 1992 until 2008, the songs were separated into three main categories - Ballad, Irama Malaysia and Ethnic Creative Song and also Pop Rock.[46] However, from 2009 onwards, all of the categories were revamped and all final 12 finalists were made to compete against each other with no category limitations.[46][47] Siti Nurhaliza holds three records of AJL[48][49] - most times of overall winning (three times), most number of songs and singles participate in the finals (18 songs) and artistes with the highest frequency of winning Persembahan Terbaik (Best Performance) with five times winning. In addition, her winning performance of Cindai during the final of AJL in 1998 won the title Champion of Champions where all past winners from 1986 till 2004 were voted by the viewers in 2006.[50]

Year Recipient Award Result
1996[51] "Jerat Percintaan" Best Ballad Song Won
Best Performance Won
Overall Winner Won
1997[52] "Aku Cinta Padamu" Best Ballad Song Won
Best Performance Won
1998[53][54] "Bisikan Asmara" Best Pop Rock Song Nominated
"Cindai" Best Irama Malaysia and Ethnic Creative Song Won
Overall Winner Won
"Wajah Kekasih" Best Ballad Song Nominated
1999[23][55] "Hati Kama" (duet single with Noraniza Idris) Best Irama Malaysia and Ethnic Creative Song Won
"Purnama Merindu" Best Ballad Song Won
"Satu Hati Dua Jiwa" Best Pop Rock Song Nominated
2000[56] "Balqis" Best Irama Malaysia and Ethnic Creative Song Won
Overall Winner Won
"Kau Kekasihku" Best Ballad Song Won
"Nian Di Hati" Best Ballad Song Nominated
2001[52][57] "Engkau Bagaikan Permata" Best Pop Rock Song Won
"Percayalah" Best Ballad Song Nominated
"Ya Maulai" Best Irama Malaysia and Ethnic Creative Song Nominated
Best Performance Won
2002[52] "Bicara Manis Menghiris Kalbu" Best Ballad Song Nominated
"Nirmala" Best Irama Malaysia and Ethnic Creative Song Won
Best Performance Won
2003[49] "Ku Milikmu" Best Pop Rock Song Nominated
Best Performance Won
2005[50] "Cindai" Viewers Choice Song Won
2007[58] "Destinasi Cinta" Best Pop Rock Song Nominated

Anugerah Planet Muzik (Planet Music Awards)[edit]

Anugerah Planet Muzik (APM) is an annual event with the collaborations of three different countries - Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore.[59] Each year, different country will play host where it will gather all artists from the trio participating countries to compete for two main parts of the categories - Best Achievement (judged by professional judges from all three countries) and Most Popular (voted by voters from all participating countries and through Short Message Service (SMS) and forms in magazines).[60] Since her participation in the very first version of APM, she has won 20 awards - nine times in a row for the category of Most Popular Female Artiste and five times winning the category of Best Female Artiste. In 2009, she was chosen by voters from all participating countries, for a new category as Regional Most Popular Artiste.[61][62]

Year Recipient Award Result
2001[63][64] "Balqis" Most Popular Song Won
Most Popular Female Artiste Won
Best Female ArtisteA Won
2002[65][66] Most Popular Female Artiste Won
Best Female Artiste Won
Safa Best Album Nominated
"Percayalah" Best Song Nominated
2003[67] Most Popular Female Artiste Won
Best Female Artiste Won
Special Award
Special Award
2004[68][69] "Bukan Cinta Biasa" Most Popular Song Won
Best Song Nominated
E.M.A.S Best Album Nominated
Most Popular Female Artiste Won
Best Female Artiste Won
2005[60][70] "Bagaikan Sakti" duet with M. Nasir Most Popular Song Nominated
"Dialah Di Hati" Best Song Nominated
"Lagu Rindu" Most Popular Song Won
Most Popular Female Artiste Won
Best Female Artiste Nominated
2006[71][72] "Dua Dunia" duet with Too Phat Most Popular Song Nominated
Most Popular Female Artiste Won
2007[73][74] "Biarlah Rahsia" Most Popular Song Nominated
Best Song Won
Transkripsi Best Album Nominated
Best Female Artiste Won
Most Popular Female Artiste Won
2008[75] "Menanti Pasti" Best Song Nominated
Hadiah Daripada Hati Best Female Artiste Nominated
Most Popular Female Artiste Won
2009[61][62] Malaysia's Most Popular Female Artiste Won
Lentera Timur Best Female Artiste Nominated
Regional Most Popular Artiste Won
2011[76] "Amarah" duet with Krisdayanti Best Collaboration Nominated
CTKD: Canda, Tangis, Ketawa, Duka (duet album with Krisdayanti) Best Album Nominated
Regional Most Popular Artiste Won
2013[77] "Muara Hati" duet with Hafiz Best Malaysia Song Nominated
Best Duo/Group Won
Regional Most Popular Song Won
2014[78] "Lebih Indah" Best Song (Malaysia) Won
Best Female Artiste Won
"Terbaik Bagimu" Best Collaboration (Song) Nominated

Bintang HMI[edit]

Bintang Hiburan Minggu Ini (Bintang HMI) is a singing competition organised by RTM in search of new singers for the Malaysian music industry. In 1995, Siti competed into this competition before ultimately revealed as the winner. During this competition, she met Adnan Abu Hassan, whom she received tutelage from him during the competition. She also received offers of four singing contracts from four different labels, before ultimately choosing Suria Records, at the age of 16.

Year Recipient Award Result
1995[79] Bintang HMI 1995 Winner

Hits 1[edit]

Formerly known as Hits 1, Gah 1 is an annual competition where the top ten finalists will be competing against each other in the final. First broadcast by RTM in 2004, it bears a minor similarity with the concept of Anugerah Juara Lagu where the final ten contestants are placed in the finals based on weekly votes from viewers before ultimately judged by the professionals during the final.[80]

Year Recipient Award Result
2004[81] "Lagu Rindu" Best Song Second Place
Best Performance Won
Most Popular SongA Won
2007[82] "Bisakah" Best Song Nominated
  • A Voted by viewers through SMS.

Mentor[edit]

Mentor is a singing competition by TV3 where successful artistes will recruit one protégé each to teach and train them to become a better singer. Siti participated in this competition twice where in 2005 with Mohd. Fahmi Hj. Jaafar (Fahmi)[83] and in 2006 with Siti Khadijah Hassan (Kat)[84] where they end up winning the second runner up overall.

Year Recipient Award Result
2006 Mentor (Second Season) Third Place

Popularity and commerciality[edit]

Anugerah Bintang Popular Berita Harian (Berita Harian's Most Popular Star Awards)[edit]

An annual event that was launched in 1987 which was known as Anugerah Pelakon/Penyanyi Popular (Popular Actor/Singer Award), Anugerah Bintang Popular Berita Berita Harian (ABPBH) is an award ceremony that recognises the most popular artistes of the year.[85] The award is a yearly ceremony organised by one of Malaysia's newspapers, Berita Harian with results entirely based on votes cast by readers. For this award, Siti holds three records - highest winning of the cetegory Artis Wanita Paling Popular (Most Popular Female Artiste) with consecutive 13 times since her debut,[86] and highest winning overall for Bintang Paling Popular (Most Popular Star) with seven times winning.,[86] and the highest amount of awards won overall which is 23 awards. On 2012, she received her 23rd award from ABPBH, a special award by the organiser for their Silver Jubilee celebration.[87]

Year Recipient Award Result
1996[88] Most Popular Teen Artiste Won
Most Popular TV Entertainer Won
Most Popular Female Singer Won
Most Popular Star Won
1997/98[88] Most Popular Female Singer Won
Most Popular Star Won
1998/99[88] Most Popular Female Singer Won
Most Popular Star Won
2000[88] Most Popular Female Singer Won
Most Popular Star Won
2001[88] Most Popular Female Singer Won
Most Popular Star Won
2002[88] Most Popular Female Singer Won
2003[88] Most Popular Female Singer Won
2004[88] Most Popular Female Singer Won
Most Popular Star Won
2005[88] Most Popular Female Artiste Won
2006[88] Most Popular Female Artiste Won
2007[88] Most Popular Female Artiste Won
2008[88] Most Popular Female Artiste Won
2009[86] Most Popular Female Singer Won
Most Popular Star Won
2011[87] Anugerah Seri Perak (Special Category) Won
Best Dressed Artist

The organizers of the awards ceremony also presented awards to both designer and artist who has created and worn respectively the Best Dress during the award ceremonial event.[89] The artist’s dress designer will be awarded with the Most Popular Fashion Designer award.[89] For the Best Dressed Artist category, there are two subcategories, which are Best Dressed Artist (judged by professional judges) and Most Voted Best Dressed Artist (voted by readers and online voting).[90] For three years in a row, from 2008 until 2010, Siti hired the same designer duo, Rizman Ruzaini who managed to win three times in a row the Most Popular Designer with the artist who worn the design was awarded Most Voted Best Dressed Artist.[91]

Year Recipient Award Result
2005 Herself Best Dressed Artist Won
2008[91][92] Herself Most Voted Best Dressed Female Won
2009[91] Herself Most Voted Best Dressed Female Won
2010[91] Herself Most Voted Best Dressed Female Won
Online Category

Since the 25th editions of the awards ceremony, the organizers also presented other category for the awards ceremony. The online category was based on online voting.[93]

Year Recipient Award Result
2014[94] Herself Artis Berpengaruh di Laman Sosial (Influential Artist in Social Media) Won
2015[95][96] Herself Artis Wanita Stailo (Stailo Female Artist) Won

Anugerah K-20 Karaoke Popular[edit]

Anugerah K-20 Karaoke Popular (K-20 Popular Karaoke Awards) or also known as Anugerah Lagu Karaoke Popular Red Box (Red Box Most Popular Karaoke Song Awards) is an award to recognise of the contributions and talent in the entertainment industry. This award organized by Red Box and the winner of the award was choosing by most plays song by customers at Red Box Karaoke Malaysia.[97]

Year Recipient Award Result
2015[97] "Jaga Dia Untukku" 10 Lagu Berbahasa Melayu Paling Popular 2014 Won 9th place

Anugerah K Neway[edit]

Anugerah Lagu Melayu Paling Popular Neway (Neway Most Popular Malay Song Awards) is an award to recognise of the contributions and talent in the entertainment industry.[98] This award organised by Neway Karaoke Box Malaysia and makes its debut in 2013.[98] The winner of the award was choosing by 12 most plays song by customers at Neway Karaoke Box Malaysia.[98] On 2014, the organiser was organising the Anugerah K Neway 2014 (Neway K Awards).[99][100] This time the awards have 8 categories[99][100] and the winner will take from most plays song by customers (60%) and fan vote (40%).[99][100] However in view of the fatal tragedy of MH17 and MH370, the awards show had cancel as part of the respect to the nation who is mourning over the tragedy.[101]

Year Recipient Award Result
2013[98] "Muara Hati" Neway Most Popular Malay Song Won 5th place
2014[99] "Galau" Karaoke Best Female Artiste (Artis Wanita Terbaik Karaoke) Not Held

Anugerah Pilihan Pembaca Media Hiburan (Media Hiburan's Readers' Choice Awards)[edit]

Anugerah Pilihan Pembaca Media Hiburan (APPMH) or formerly known as - Anugerah Media Hiburan, Anugerah Ceria Media Hiburan, Anugerah Personaliti Pilihan Pembaca Media Hiburan or Anugerah Personaliti Hiburan is an event where it recognised the artistes based on their aesthethical values.[102] The event is under the responsibility of one of Malaysia's celebrity magazine, Media Hiburan.[102]

Year Recipient Award Result
1997[103] Most Beautiful Artiste Won
1999[103] Most Sensationally Beautiful Artiste Won
Most Sensational Artiste Won
2000[103] Most Sensational Ballad Singer Won
Most Sensasional Pop Ethnic Singer Nominated
Most Sensationally Beautiful Artiste Nominated
2001[103] Most Beautiful Artiste Won
2002[103] Best Female Artiste Won
Special Award
Special Award
2004[104] Most Beautiful Artiste Nominated
2009[105][106] Female Artiste With A Flawless Skin Won
Most Fashionable Female Artiste Nominated
Most Beautiful Artiste Nominated
Special Award
Special Award
2011[107][108] Icon Award Won
Favourite Celebrity Nominated
Female Artiste With A Flawless Skin Nominated

Nickelodeon Kid's Choice Awards[edit]

First organised in 2004, Siti Nurhaliza is the first ever winner of the Malaysian version of Nickelodeon Kid's Choice Awards where she was voted by children and young teenagers as their favourite role model.[109] She tied with Mawi for the most winning of the same category of Wannabe Award but she was chosen as the Most Nominated Artiste for that category with three nominations in 2006.[110]

Year Recipient Award Result
2004[109] Wannabe Award Won
2005[111] Wannabe Award Won
2006[110] Wannabe Award Nominated
Most Nominated Artiste Won

Shout! Awards[edit]

Shout! Awards was first organised by 8TV in 2009 as a mean for the viewers and fans to vote for their favourite artistes for 15 different categories with finalists that have been chosen by a panel of professional judges where Siti was nominated for two categories.[112] One new category was added in 2010 edition, which is the Mobile Artiste of The Year award.[113]

Year Recipient Award Result
2009[114][115] Popstar Award Nominated
Power Vocal Award Nominated
2010[113] Popstar AwardA Nominated
Power Vocal AwardA Nominated
2012[116] Popstar Award Nominated
  • A She is nominated with Krisdayanti.[113]

International accolades[edit]

MTV Asia Awards[edit]

Since its inaugural debut in 2002,[117] MTV Asia has nominated Siti for the category of Favourite Artiste Malaysia five times, where she won four times consecutively from 2002 till 2005.[118] She holds the record of the most winning, second to Stefanie Sun who has won six times. She also has been making performances for the awards thrice - 2003,[119] 2004[120] an 2005.[121]

Year Recipient Award Result Host Country
2002[117] Herself Favourite Artiste Malaysia Won Singapore
Singapore
2003[119] Herself Favourite Artiste Malaysia Won Singapore
Singapore
2004[120] Herself Favourite Artiste Malaysia Won Singapore
Singapore
2005[121] Herself Favourite Artiste Malaysia Won Thailand
Thailand
2008[122] Herself Favourite Artiste Malaysia Nominated Malaysia
Malaysia

International awards[edit]

Anugerah Musik Indonesia (Indonesian Music Awards)

Anugerah Musik Indonesia also known as AMI or colloquially AMI Awards is an annual Indonesian major music awards. They have been compared to the American Grammy Awards.

Year Recipient Award Result Host Country
2000[123][124] Herself Most Lucrative Foreign Artiste Won Indonesia
Indonesia
2003[124] E.M.A.S Malaysia's Best Album Won
Dahsyatnya Awards

Dahsyatnya Awards is an award by Rajawali Citra Televisi Indonesia (RCTI), an Indonesian TV station, for the outstanding songs, albums, and artists based on the audience's vote.

Year Recipient Award Result Host Country
2015[125] Herself Bintang Tamu Terdahsyat (Outstanding Guest Star) Nominated Indonesia
Indonesia
SCTV Music Awards

SCTV Music Awards is an award by SCTV, an Indonesian TV station, for the most popular songs, albums, and artists based on the audience's vote.

Year Recipient Award Result Host Country
2004[126] Herself Top Foreign Artiste Won Indonesia
Indonesia
Singapore Music Awards
Year Recipient Award Result Host Country
1997[127] "Mawarku" Most Popular Song Won Singapore
Singapore
Herself Most Popular Newcomer (Female) Won
Intuned Music Awards

Intuned Music Awards is an online award event where fans can cast their votes online for their favourites. For the inaugural event, with over 132 000 votes cast,[128] Siti Nurhaliza won all seven awards out of seven nominations that she received.

Year Recipient Award Result Host Country
2011[128] Herself Favourite Artist Won Netherlands
Netherlands
Best Female Solo (Female) Won
Most Promising Artist Won
Best Use of Social Media (Facebook/Twitter) Won
Sexiest Female Singer Won
All Your Love Best Album Won
"Falling in Love" Best Music Video Won
Shorty Awards

The Shorty Awards "honor the best of social media, recognizing the people and organizations producing real-time short form content across Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, YouTube, Foursquare, and the rest of the social Web".[129] According to the award rules, the six nominees with the highest rank in a selected Featured Categories at the end of the nomination period are the Shorty Awards finalists in that category. The most popular, relevant, and interesting categories will be submitted to The Academy for judging. The Academy does not choose a winner in every category.[130]

Year Recipient Award Result Host Country
2013[131][132][133] Herself Best Reality Star in Social Media Shortlisted United States
United States
World Music Awards

The World Music Awards is an international awards show founded in 1989 that annually honours recording artists based on worldwide sales figures provided by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI). The awards show is conducted under the patronage of Albert II, Prince of Monaco and is based in Monte-Carlo, Monaco. On 13 December 2012 she was nominated for the first time for World Music Awards 2012 in two categories, which will be held in Miami, USA. However, the awards ceremony were postponed from 22 December 2012 to a later announced date.[134]

Year Recipient Award Result Host Country
2012[135] Herself World's Best Female Artist Not Held United States
United States
World's Best Entertainer of the Year Not Held
2013[135][136] Herself World's Best Female Artist Not Held United States
United States
World's Best Live Act Not Held
World's Best Entertainer of the Year Not Held
2014[137][138] Herself World's Best Female Artist Nominated Monaco
Monaco
World's Best Live Act Nominated
World's Best Entertainer of the Year Nominated
World's Best Malay Female Artist (Voted) Won
World's Best Malay Live Act (Voted) Won
World's Best Malay Entertainer (Voted) Won
"Lebih Indah" World's Best Song Nominated
World's Best Video Nominated

International singing competitions[edit]

South Pacific International Song and Singing Competition
Year Recipient Award Result Host Country
1999[23][139] "We'll Be As One" Best Female Vocal Performance Won Australia
Australia
Pop Winner/Top 40 Category International Song Won
Shanghai Asia Music Festival

Asia New Singer Competition (simplified Chinese: 亚洲新人歌手大赛; traditional Chinese: 亞洲新人歌手大賽) is a singing competition established by Shanghai Cultural Development Foundation in Shanghai, China, featuring younger and relatively unestablished contestants from many Asian countries, although contestants from Europe and Oceania have also participated and won awards.

Year Recipient Award Result Host Country
1999[23] Herself Shanghai Asia Music Festival 1999 (Asia New Singer Competition) Gold Award China
China
The International Song Contest - The Global Sound

The International Song Contest was started in June 2012. The goal of the contest was to get countries together and showcase the importance of what music and culture by showcasing the various talents the world has. The contest is completely online voting for the final contestant and the winner will be vote by the host country juries.

Year Recipient Award Result Host Country
2014 "Stand Up" Overall 9th Italy
Italy
Winner of Public Vote Won
Voice of Asia

Voice of Asia (Kazakh: Азия Дауысы, Azïya Dawısı; Russian: Голос Азии, Golos Azii) is a music festival, held annually in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Dozens of acts from all over Asia each take the stage over a period of several days and nights to perform their hit songs.

Year Recipient Award Result Host Country
2002[140] Herself - Performed "Nirmala", "Purnama Merindu" and "Jalinan Cinta" Voice of Asia 2002 Grand Prix Champion Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan

Tv Shows[edit]

Asian Television Awards

Inaugurated in 1996, Asian Television Awards (ATA) is an award ceremony which is to recognise achievement by Asian television productions be it in performance, programming or even production. The winners are selected by a panel of more than 50 judges from the Asian region, where the results are tabulated and audited by an auditing firm, PriceWaterhouseCoopers.[141]

Year Recipient Award Result Host Country
2002[142] Concert Mega Siti Nurhaliza 2001 Best Entertainment Special Nominated Singapore
Singapore
2005[143] Konsert Akustik Siti Nurhaliza Best Entertainment Special Highly Commended Singapore
Singapore
2012[144] Siti Nurhaliza The Biography Channel Best Music Programme Nominated Singapore
Singapore

Product[edit]

Halal Journal Awards[edit]

First launced in 2006 by The Halal Journal, one of the main objectives of this award is to give out support to the halal products and services from all over the world. Being the only Malaysian winner, her cosmetic and skincare range, SimplySiti took home the Best Product category.[145]

Year Recipient Award Result
2010[146] SimplySiti Best Halal Product Won

Halfest Awards[edit]

Halal Fiest Malaysia or more commonly known as Halfest is an annual five-day trade show first launched in 2011 to promote Malaysian's Small and Medium-sized Business[147] that are certified to be Halal. In 2012, SimplySiti cosmetic range was placed second in the Best Packaging category of Halfest 2012 Awards.

Year Recipient Award Result
2012[148] SimplySiti Best Packaging Second Place

Kecantikan Untukumu Cosmopolitan Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2010[149] SimplySiti The Best Water-Proof Mascara Won

Brandlaureate - SME's Chapter Awards[edit]

On 11 January 2011, she received two awards from The BrandLaureate - Small and Medium Enterprises Chapter Awards (The BrandLaureate - SME's Chapter Awards), one for her SimplySiti range, for Most Promising Brand and another one for herself, first time introduced in 2011, The BrandLaureate Tun Dr. Siti Hasmah SME’s Women of The Year 2010 which was presented by Tun Dr. Siti Hasmah, wife of Malaysia's fourth Prime Minister, Tun Dr. Mahathir herself.[150]

Year Recipient Award Result
2011[150][151] SimplySiti Most Promising Brand Won
Herself The BrandLaureate Tun Dr. Siti Hasmah SME’s Women of The Year Won

UDC Business Awards[edit]

On 8 October 2011, she received an award by UDC Business Awards (Universo De Comercio Business Awards) under the category of “UDC Best Upcoming Cosmetic Product” presented by former Prime Minister, Tun Mahathir.[152]

Year Recipient Award Result
2011[152] SimplySiti UDC Best Upcoming Cosmetic Product Won

Watson's Health, Wellness and Beauty Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2010[149] SimplySiti The Best Halal Launch Won
The Best Halal BB-Cream Won
The Best Coverage Face Powder Won
The Best Exclusive Brand Launch Won
2011 SimplySiti Best Halal BB-Cream Won
Best Coverage Face Powder Won
2012 SimplySiti Best Multi Function Cream Won
Best New Eau De Parfum Won
Best Celebrity Brand Won
2013 SimplySiti Best 2way Powder Won
Best Eau De Parfum Won
Best Multi Function Cream Won
Herself Best Entrepreneur of the Year Award 2013 Won
2014 SimplySiti Best Fragrance Won
Best Moisturizer Range Won
Best Experience Differentiation Brand Won

Miscellaneous[edit]

Accolades from media[edit]

Magazines[edit]

Anugerah Cosmopolitan Fun Fearless Fabulous (Cosmopolitan Fun Fearless Fabulous Awards)[edit]
Year Recipient Award Result
2011 Best Female Celebrity Won
Anugerah Majalah Wanita (Wanita Magazine Awards)[edit]
Year Recipient Award Result
1999[103] Best Cover Won
Anugerah Mangga (Mangga Awards)[edit]
Year Recipient Award Result
1999[103] Mangga Sensational Postcard Competition First Place
Anugerah Pilihan Pembaca Manja (Manja's Readers' Choice Awards)[edit]
Year Recipient Award Result
2003 Best Cover Won
Best Artiste (Female) Won
Best Global Artiste Won
Anugerah Stail Eh! (Eh!'s Style Awards)[edit]
Year Recipient Award Result
2010[153] Celebrity with the Best Achievements Won
Role Model Celebrity Won
2012[154] Best Celebrity Magazine Cover Nominated
Celebrity with the Best Achievements Won
2014[155] Herself Most Photogenic Celebrity Nominated
Celebrity Magazine Cover Choice Won
Anugerah URS (URS Awards)[edit]
Year Recipient Award Result
2001[103] "Kau Kekasihku" Favourite Choice for Ballad Song Won
Favourite Choice for Teen Artiste Won
Favourite Choice for Model Won
2004[103] Most Glamorous Teen Star Won
Most Glamorous Female Artiste Won
Most Glamorous and Popular Artiste Won

Radio Stations[edit]

Anugerah Pilihan Hits Pendengar Radio Malaysia Kuala Lumpur dan Radio Muzik (Radio Malaysia Kuala Lumpur and Radio Muzik Listeners' Hits Choice Award)[edit]

First held in 2002, Anugerah Pilihan Hits Pendengar Radio Malaysia Kuala Lumpur dan Radio Muzik is an award ceremony of the collaboration of two radio stations[156] - Radio Malaysia Kuala Lumpur and Radio Muzik where finalists were shortlisted based on their popularity on both stations.[156]

Year Recipient Award Result
2002 "Bicara Manis Menghiris Kalbu" Best Performance Won
Listeners' Hits Choice Nominated
Anugerah Radio24 BERNAMA (BERNAMA Radio24 Awards)[edit]

To celebrate their fifth anniversary, one of BERNAMA's radio stations, Radio24 presented five special awards for five special categories (Media Icon, Sports Icon, Governmental Agency/Department Icon, National Institution Icon and Entertainment Icon).[157]

Year Recipient Award Result
2012 Entertainment Icon Won
Carta Radio 3 Shah Alam (Shah Alam's Radio 3 Chart)[edit]

The songs chosen for this competition were chosen by fans[158] where 30 songs competed in three main categories and three professional judges will evaluate 10 songs for each category[158] - solo performance, group performance and dangdut songs. Two songs of her compete in this competition, Aku Cinta Padamu and Cindai[158] where Aku Cinta Padamu won Best Performance (Solo) and also as the runner-up for an additional category, Carta Pujaan (Most Demanded Song Chart).[159]

Year Recipient Award Result
1998 "Aku Cinta Padamu" Best Performance (Solo) Won
Most Demanded Song Chart Second Place
"Cindai" Best Performance (Solo) Nominated
ERA Corner[edit]
Year Recipient Award Result
2000 Second Place

TV Program[edit]

Anugerah Meletop ERA[edit]

Anugerah Meletop ERA is an award ceremony that made its début in 2014. It is a collaboration between Meletop (television programme) and Era FM to recognise local Malaysian celebrities "in various platforms including music, radio, television, film, and digital."[160] It is a voting-based awards, where fans are free to vote for their favourites through the awards' official website and short message service (SMS).[160]

Year Recipient Award Result
2013[161] Herself Penyanyi Meletop (Most 'Happening' Singer) Nominated
Bintang Siber Meletop (Most 'Happening' Cyber Star) Nominated
Group/Duo Meletop (Most 'Happening' Group/Duo)A Won
"Galau" Lagu Meletop (Most 'Happening' Song) Nominated
"Muara Hati"A Nominated
2015[162][163] Herself Bintang Online Meletop (Most 'Happening' Online Star) Won
"Jaga Dia Untukku" Penyanyi Meletop (Most 'Happening' Singer) Won
Lagu Meletop (Most 'Happening' Song) Nominated
Anugerah Melodi[edit]

Anugerah Melodi (Melodi Awards) is a special award ceremony that was held in conjunction with Melodi Raya 2013 (special TV show of Melodi for Eid-ul-Fitr).

Year Recipient Award Result
2013[164] Herself Female Artist Choice Award Won
Anugerah Parti Cit Cat Azwan (Azwan's Chit Chat Party Awards)[edit]
Year Recipient Award Result
2002 Best Role Model Artiste Won
Most Popular Artiste Won
Anugerah Parti HIP TV (HIP TV Party Awards)[edit]

It was first organised in 2010 by TV9 for celebrating artistes in non-conventional categories where it received positive and negative feedback from the people in the entertainment industry,[165] where winners were voted by viewers through SMS.[166] In its inaugural event, Siti won one award from one nomination received out of 10 categories available.[166]

Year Recipient Award Result
2010[165][166] Best Role Model Won
Bella Awards[edit]

In 2013, at the inaugural award competition, she beat nine other contenders in the category of "Bella On-Stage Award" based on the votes by fans via SMS and online voting.[167] This is the first ever all-women award ceremony in Malaysia which was held in conjunction of International Women's Day to "celebrate, honour, and recognise the contributions of women in the country".[167]

Year Recipient Award Result
2013[168] On-Stage Award Won
Breakfast With The Stars[edit]

In 2006, she was picked as the Best Dressed Artiste in an event by Astro and STAR Movies, Breakfast With The Stars which is in conjunction with the 78th Academy Awards where she won a ticket for two to watch the 49th Grammy Awards.[169]

Year Recipient Award Result
2006 Best Dressed Artiste Won
NEF-Awani ICT Awards[edit]

NEF-Awani ICT Awards is an award-giving ceremony that was introduced to give recognitions to companies via an integrated media platform. There are two main sections of the awards, which are ICT Awards (by juries) and People’s Choice Awards (by voting).[170] In 2013, Siti won the only category that is opened for local celebrities and artistes' - Favourite Local Celebrity@ICT.[171]

Year Recipient Award Result
2013[171] Herself Favourite Local Celebrity@ICT Won

TV Shows[edit]

Anugerah Seri Angkasa (Seri Angkasa Awards)[edit]

An award for television and radio in Malaysia, that was initially triggered by the Ministry of Information Malaysia in 1972. In early involvement, the awards only for publishing radio programs and publications of Televisyen Radio Malaysia. However starting in 2004, the ministry has opened up opportunities to others host broadcasters to participate.

Year Recipient Award Result
1999 Herself Best TV Entertainer Nominated
2001[172][173] Herself Best TV Entertainer Nominated
2004[174][175] Aidilfitri Bersama Siti Nurhaliza, Astro Best TV Musical Special Won
Anugerah Skrin[edit]

An annual event that was launched in 1995 which was organised by TV3. The awards to recognised the best Malaysia’s television program, film, actors, personalities and productions. In early involvement, the awards only for publishing television programs and publications of TV3. However starting in 2006, TV3 has opened up opportunities to others host broadcasters to participate.

Year Recipient Award Result
2011[176] Stylistika Siti Best TV Entertainment Programme Nominated

Accolades from organisations[edit]

Anugerah Persatuan Perlindungan Hak Cipta Karyawan Muzik (Music Authors Copyright Protection Awards)[edit]

Anugerah Persatuan Perlindungan Hak Cipta Karyawan Muzik, or commonly known as MACP, is an event that was first launched in 1996,[177] to recognise the best lyricists and music composers based on their royalty collections and acknowlodging their contributions to the music industry[178] The royalty collections are based on the amount received from airing or broadcasting songs made by them through radio airwaves, television shows and even public performances.[179]

Year Recipient Award Result
2002[178] "Pandang-Pandang Jeling-Jeling"duet with Tan Sri S.M. Salim Most Performed Malay Song Won
2004[180] Potential Young Lyricist Won
2007[177] "Cindai" Top 90's Favourite Won
"Pandang-Pandang Jeling-Jeling"duet with Tan Sri S.M. Salim Latest Popular Choice Nominated
2008[181] "Hati" Best Song Nominated
Best Musical Arrangement Won
2009[182] "Aku Cinta Padamu" Most Performed Malay Song Won

Anugerah RIM (RIM's Awards)[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
1998 Adiwarna Best Achievement for Malay Album Won

Anugerah Festival Filem Malaysia (Malaysian Film Festival Awards)[edit]

In 2008, her song that was used as a theme song for film, 1957: Hati Malaya[183] won the award for the category of Lagu Tema Asal Terbaik (Best Original Theme Song) from Anugerah Festival Filem Malaysia ke-21 (21st Malaysian Film Festival) where this song was included in her twelfth album, Hadiah Daripada Hati.[183]

Year Recipient Award Result
2008[184] "Hati" Best Original Theme Song Won

Anugerah Oskar[edit]

Not to be confused with Oscars of the Academy Awards, Anugerah Oskar is a Malaysian award that recognises the technical aspects of a film.[185]

Year Recipient Award Result
2008[185] "Hati" Melodies Film 2008 Jury Choice Won

Appointments and recognitions[edit]

Appointments[edit]

Government campaigns
  • Ambassador of Budi Bahasa dan Nilai-Nilai Murni (2006)[186]
  • Ambassador of Gegar U! Warna Warna Malaysiaku (2007)[187]
  • Ambassador 'Living With Breast Cancer' (2011)
Products
University and organisations

Recognitions and honours[edit]

Royal knighthood and titles
Government-based
  • Malaysia's Stamp Princess by Pos Malaysia[201] - For receiving tens of thousands of fan letters each year.[201]
  • Anugerah Pelabur Bijaksana (1999) - Permodalan Nasional Berhad (PNB)[202]
  • Anugerah Personaliti Terbaik (2000) - Papita (Persatuan Penyanyi-penyanyi Tanah Air (Local Singers Association))[203]
  • Anugerah Puteri Remaja (2002) - Puteri UMNO[201]
  • Anugerah Jasamu Dikenang MAYC (2003)
  • Anugerah Bintang Seniman (2004) - Anugerah Perdana Bintang Seniman[204]
  • Anugerah Srikandi Seni (2005) - UMNO Bahagian Maran, Pahang[205]
  • Tokoh Karyawan Usahawan Muda (2005) - Universiti Sains Malaysia[206]
  • Anugerah Kesatria Puteri Kesenian (2012) - Puteri UMNO[207]
Non Government-based
  • The Most Successful Talent In Malaysia Music Industry - Stars of Universe of Corum (2002)[208]
  • The Outstanding Young Malaysian Award - Cultural Achievement - Junior Chamber International Malaysia (2003)[209]
  • Malaysian Personality of the Year Award - BestBrands Award (2005)[210]
  • Malaysia Professional Artiste Award - Anugerah Kecemerlangan Balai Ikhtisas Malaysia (2008)[211]
  • YOUTH'10 Icon - Malaysia's Youth Festival (2010)[212]
  • Anugerah Wanita Inspirasi (Inspirational Woman Award) - Anugerah Kasih Ikatan Setia Malaysia-Indonesia (2011)[213]
  • Anugerah 5tars (5star Award) – 5star-5 Designers under 4 differences labels (2012)[214]
  • Anugerah Kemanusiaan (Humanity Award) - Majlis Perundingan Islam Malaysia MAPIM (2013)[215]
  • Her World Young Achiever 2013 - HerWorld Women Awards (2014)[216]
  • National Icon — Inaugural Malaysia Women Of Excellence Awards (2014)[217][218]
  • Jewel of Muslim World — Jewels Of Muslim World Awards (2014)[217][218]
  • Asian Music Legend — Top Asia Corporate Ball (2014)[219]
  • Anugerah Srikandi Negara — Anugerah Tokoh Srikandi Negara, Gabungan Pelajar Melayu Semenanjung Malaysia GPMS (2014)[220]
The Malaysia Book of Records
  • Most Awards Won Artiste - 53 awards (2001)[4]
  • Most Awards Won Artiste - 112 awards (2004)[221]
  • First Malaysian artiste to perform a solo concert at Royal Albert Hall (2005)[222]
  • Biggest Participation in Skin Transformation event in One Day – Given to her cosmetic company, SimplySiti (2013)[223]
  • Icon Of Malaysia Award (2014)[224]
Other Recognitions/Honorifics

Footnotes[edit]

  • Note 1: ^ From those outlined in side the infobox only.

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