List of awards and nominations received by Whitney Houston

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Whitney Houston awards and nominations
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Houston performing "Greatest Love of All" at the Welcome Home Heroes concert (1991)

Major Awards Wins Nominations
American Music Awards
22 38
Billboard Music Awards
31 66
Emmy Awards
1 2
Grammy Awards
7 26
Guinness World Records
3
NAACP Image Awards
19 34
People's Choice Awards
6 9
Soul Train Music Awards
8 16
World Music Awards
6 5
RIAA cerfications
108
Music Canada certifications
42
BPI certifications
62
RIAJ certifications
11
Totals
Awards won 600+
Nominations

Whitney Houston has been honored with several awards and accolades recognizing her worldwide success through the music and movie industries. With total career awards of 600, she is one of the most awarded female artist of all time.

1985[edit]

Awards show Nomination(s) Categories Result(s)
The 18th NAACP Image Awards[1][2] Whitney Houston (herself) Outstanding New Artist Won
1985 Billboard Number One Awards[A] Whitney Houston (herself) Top Black Artist of the Year[3] Nominated
New Pop Artist[4] Won
New Black Artist[4] Won
Top Pop Album Artist - Female[5] Nominated
Top Pop Singles Artist - Female[5] Nominated
Whitney Houston Top Black Album[6] Nominated
Whitney Houston (herself) Top Black Album Artist[6] Nominated
Top Black Singles Artist[7] Nominated
"You Give Good Love" Top Black Single[7] Nominated
"Saving All My Love for You" Nominated

Note:

  • A^ The Billboard Music Awards, based on Billboard magazine's year-end charts, was not held before 1990. 'Nominated' means that Houston or the nominated work was ranked in the Top 5, a general number of nominees in a category at the awards, on the year-end charts.

1986[edit]

Awards show Nomination(s) Categories Result(s)
The 13th American Music Awards[8][9] Whitney Houston (herself) Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated
Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Nominated
Whitney Houston Favorite Soul/R&B Album Nominated
"You Give Good Love" Favorite Soul/R&B Single Won
Whitney Houston (herself) Favorite Soul/R&B Video Artist Nominated
"Saving All My Love for You" Favorite Soul/R&B Video Won
The 28th Grammy Awards[10] Whitney Houston Album of the Year Nominated
"Saving All My Love for You" Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female Won
"You Give Good Love" Best R&B Vocal Performance, Female Nominated
The NARM 1985-1986 Best Seller Awards[11]
(The National Association of Recording Merchandisers)
Whitney Houston Best-selling Album by a New Artist Won
Best-selling Black Music Album by a Female Artist Won
The 3rd MTV Video Music Awards[12] "How Will I Know" Best Female Video Won
Best New Artist in a Video Nominated
The 38th Emmy Awards[13] The 28th Annual Grammy Awards Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program Won
The 8th American Black Achievement Awards[14] Whitney Houston (herself) The Music Award Nominated
The 19th NAACP Image Awards[15] Whitney Houston (herself) Outstanding Female Recording Artist Nominated
1986 Billboard The Year in Music & Video[A]
(Year-End Charts: Number One Awards)
Whitney Houston (herself) Top Pop Artist of the Year [16] Won
Top Black Artist of the Year[16] Nominated
Whitney Houston Top Pop Album[17] Won
Whitney Houston (herself) Top Pop Album Artist[18] Won
Top Pop Album Artist ― Female[19] Won
Top Pop Singles Artist ― Female[19] Nominated
Whitney Houston Top Black Album[20] Won
Whitney Houston (herself) Top Black Album Artist[20] Won
Top Adult Contemporary Artist[21] Nominated
The #1 Video Hits Top Music Videocassette[22] Nominated
Whitney Houston Top Pop Compact Disc[23] Nominated

1987[edit]

Awards show Nomination(s) Categories Result(s)
The 14th American Music Awards[24][25][26] Whitney Houston (herself) Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won
Whitney Houston Favorite Pop/Rock Album Won
Whitney Houston (herself) Favorite Pop/Rock Female Video Artist Nominated
Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Won
Whitney Houston Favorite Soul/R&B Album Won
Whitney Houston (herself) Favorite Soul/R&B Female Video Artist Nominated
"Greatest Love of All" Favorite Soul/R&B Video Single Won
1987 BRIT Awards[27] (formerly "BPI Awards") Whitney Houston (herself) Best International Solo Artist Won
The 29th Grammy Awards[28][29] "Greatest Love of All" Record of the Year Nominated
The 13th People's Choice Awards[30] Whitney Houston (herself) Favorite Female Musical Performer (tied with Madonna) Won
The 1st Soul Train Music Awards[31] Whitney Houston Best Album of the Year, Female Nominated
"Greatest Love of All" Best Single, Female Nominated
The 9th American Black Achievement Awards[32][B] Whitney Houston (herself) The Music Award (shared with Luther Vandross) Won
The 20th NAACP Image Awards[33] Whitney Outstanding Female Recording Artist Nominated
1987 Billboard The Year in Music & Video[A]
(Year-End Charts: Number One Awards)
Whitney Houston (herself) Top Pop Artist of the Year[34] Nominated
Top Pop Album Artist[35] Nominated
Top Pop Singles Artist[35] Nominated
"I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)" Top Pop Single[36] Nominated
Whitney Houston (herself) Top Pop Album Artist ― Female[37] Won
Top Pop Singles Artist ― Female[37] Nominated
"I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)" Top Hot Crossover Single[38] Nominated
Whitney Houston (herself) Top Hot Crossover Artist[38] Nominated
Top Adult Contemporary Artist[39] Nominated

Note:

  • B^ The Music Award for the most creative and enduring contribution by a performer in live appearances or as a recording artist. Houston received the award for her album, Whitney, the first album by a female singer to debut at No. 1 on the popular music charts, featuring the hit single, "I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)."[40]

1988[edit]

Awards show or organization Nomination(s) Categories Result(s)
The 15th American Music Awards[41][42] Whitney Houston (herself) Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won
"I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)" Favorite Pop/Rock Single Won
Whitney Houston (herself) Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Nominated
1988 BRIT Awards[43] (formerly "BPI Awards") Whitney Houston (herself) Best International Solo Artist Nominated
The 30th Grammy Awards[44][45] Whitney Album of the Year Nominated
"I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)" Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female Won
"For the Love of You" Best R&B Vocal Performance, Female Nominated
The 14th People's Choice Awards[46][47] Whitney Houston (herself) Favorite Female Musical Performer Won
The 2nd Soul Train Music Awards[48][49] Whitney Best R&B Album of the Year, Female Won
"I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)" Best Music Video Nominated
National Urban Coalition[50][C] Distinguished Artist/Humanitarian Award Won
Grambling State University[51][D] Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters Won
American Dental Hygienists' Association[52] America's Greatest Smiles Won
The 1st Garden State Music Awards[53] Whitney Houston (herself) Best Female Vocalist, Rock/Pop Won
Whitney Best Album, Rock/Pop Won
"So Emotional" Best Single, Rock/Pop Won
Whitney Houston (herself) Best Female Vocalist, R&B/Dance Won
Whitney Best Album, R&B/Dance Won
"So Emotional" Best Single, R&B/Dance Won
"I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)" Best Music Video Won
The 10th American Black Achievement Awards[54] Whitney Houston (herself) The Music Award Nominated
BRAVO magazine's Bravo Otto[55][56][E] Beste Sängerin (Best Female Singer) ― Silver Otto Award Won
Rennbahn Express magazine's starwahl Goldener Pinguin Award ― Best Female Singer Won
1988 Billboard The Year in Music & Video[57][A]
(Year-End Charts: Number One Awards)
Whitney Houston (herself) Top Black Artist of the Year Nominated
Top Pop Singles Artist Nominated
Top Pop Album Artist ― Female Nominated
Top Pop Singles Artist ― Female Won
Whitney Top Black Album Nominated
Whitney Houston (herself) Top Black Album Artist Nominated
"So Emotional" (Remix) Top Dance Club Play Single Nominated
Whitney Houston (herself) Top Dance Club Play Artist Nominated
"Where Do Broken Hearts Go" Top Adult Contemporary Single Nominated
Whitney Houston (herself) Top Adult Contemporary Artists Nominated
Top Hot Crossover Artists Nominated

Note:

  • C^ Houston earned the award for her many humanitarian acts such as a public service announcement, "Say Yes To A Yooungster's Future," urging Black and other minority youth to study the sciences and math, and participation on an Arista Records artists album, The Door to Their Dreams/Arista's 1988 Black Music Month Collection, its proceeds went to the United Negro College Fund to help Black students.[50]
  • D^ She received the honorary doctorate degree for her contribution to the arts through music.[58]
  • E^ BRAVO is the largest teen magazine within the German-language sphere. Since 1957, the magazine has distributed its "Bravo Otto" awards based on the readers' vote in different categories each year.

1989[edit]

Awards show Nomination(s) Categories Result(s)
The 16th American Music Awards[59][60] Whitney Houston (herself) Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won
Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Won
The 31st Grammy Awards[61] "One Moment in Time" Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female Nominated
The 15th People's Choice Awards[62] Whitney Houston (herself) Favorite Female Musical Performer Won
The 3rd Soul Train Music Awards[63] "Where Do Broken Hearts Go" Best R&B/Urban Contemporary Single, Female Nominated
The 2nd Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards Whitney Houston (herself) Favorite Female Singer Nominated

1990[edit]

Awards show Nomination(s) Categories Result(s)
The 32nd Grammy Awards[64] "It Isn't, It Wasn't, It Ain't Never Gonna Be"
(Duet with Aretha Franklin)
Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal Nominated
The 46th United Negro College Fund Awards[65][F] The Frederick D. Patterson Award Won
The Points of Light Institute (George Bush)[66][67][G] Appointed by George Bush as the first Points of Light Contributing Leader Won
The 21st Songwriters Hall of Fame Induction & Awards[68][H] Howie Richmond Hitmaker Award Won
The 4th Essence Awards[69] The Essence Award for the Performing Arts Won

Note:

  • F^ Houston was honored for her long-standing dedication to Black higher education.[65]
  • G^ It was a role in which she assisted the President (George H. W. Bush) in calling all Americans to become active in community problem-solving, as well as recognized exemplary public service projects and challenged other artists to advance the Points of Light community service movement.[66]
  • H^ This award is specifically tailored for artists or "star makers" in the music industry who have been responsible for a substantial number of hit songs for an extended period of time, and who recognize the importance of songs and their writers.[70]

1991[edit]

Awards show or organization Nomination(s) Categories Result(s)
The 8th American Cinema Awards[71] The Musical Performer of the Year Won
The 33rd Grammy Awards[72] "I'm Your Baby Tonight" Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female Nominated
1991 BRIT Awards[73] Whitney Houston (herself) Best International Female Artist Nominated
The 13th American Black Achievement Awards[74][I] Whitney Houston (herself) The Music Award Won
The 2nd Billboard Music Awards[75][76] Whitney Houston (herself) Top Album Artists ― Female Nominated
Top Pop Singles Artist Nominated
Top Pop Singles Artist ― Female Nominated
Top R&B Artist Won
I'm Your Baby Tonight Top R&B Album Won
Whitney Houston (herself) Top R&B Album Artist Won
Top R&B Singles Artist Won
"All the Man That I Need" Top Adult Contemporary Single Nominated

Note:

  • I^ Houston was presented this award for her achievements as an award-winning recording, performing and video artist, for her successful I'm Your Baby Tonight World Tour, for her best-selling video and single of "The Star-Spangled Banner" performed at Super Bowl XXV and for her multi platinum album, I'm Your Baby Tonight.[74]

1992[edit]

Awards show Nomination(s) Categories Result(s)
The 26th NAACP Image Awards[77][78] HBO Presents Welcome Home Heroes with Whitney Houston Outstanding Variety Series or Special Nominated
"I'm Your Baby Tonight" Outstanding Female Artist Nominated
The 13th CableACE Awards[79] HBO Presents Welcome Home Heroes with Whitney Houston Performance in a Music Special or Series Won
Music Special Nominated
The 19th American Music Awards[80] Whitney Houston (herself) Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated
Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Nominated
I'm Your Baby Tonight Favorite Soul/R&B Album Nominated
Whitney Houston (herself) Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist Nominated
I'm Your Baby Tonight Favorite Adult Contemporary Album Nominated
The 34th Grammy Awards[81] "All the Man That I Need" Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female Nominated
The 6th Soul Train Music Awards[82] I'm Your Baby Tonight Best R&B/Soul Album, Female Nominated
"All the Man That I Need" Best R&B/Soul Single, Female Nominated
The 8th Carousel of Hope Ball[83]
(The Children's Diabetes Foundation)
Brass Ring Award Won

1993[edit]

  • Houston received 14 Billboard wins for the year, at the 4th annual Billboard Music Awards Houston won a record-breaking at the time 11 awards for the night.
Awards show Nomination(s) Categories Result(s)
The 35th Grammy Awards[84] "I Belong to You" Best R&B Vocal Performance, Female Nominated
The 7th Soul Train Music Awards[85] "I Will Always Love You" Best R&B/Soul Single, Female Won
The 19th People's Choice Awards[86] Whitney Houston (herself) Favorite Female Musical Performer Won
"I Will Always Love You" Favorite New Music Video Won
The Bodyguard Favorite Actress in a Dramatic Motion Picture Nominated
The 2nd MTV Movie Awards[87][88] The Bodyguard Best Movie Nominated
Best Female Performance Nominated
Best Breakthrough Performance Nominated
Best On-Screen Duo (with Kevin Costner) Nominated
"I Will Always Love You" Best Song From A Movie Won
The 5th Billboard Music Awards[89][90][J] Whitney Houston (herself) ★Hot 100 Singles Artist Won
"I Will Always Love You" ★Hot 100 Single Won
Whitney Houston (herself) ★Hot R&B Singles Artist Won
"I Will Always Love You" ★Hot R&B Single Won
The Bodyguard Soundtrack ★Top Billboard 200 Album (Top Album of the Year) Won
The Bodyguard Soundtrack ★Top R&B Album Won
The Bodyguard Soundtrack ★Top Soundtrack Album Won
The Bodyguard Soundtrack ★Album Most Weeks at #1 for 20 weeks (Special Award) Won
"I Will Always Love You" ★Single Most Weeks at #1 for 14 weeks (Special Award) Won
Whitney Houston (herself) ★#1 World Artist Won
"I Will Always Love You" ★#1 World Single Won
Whitney Houston (herself) Hot Adult Contemporary Artist Nominated
Whitney Houston (herself) Hot 100 Singles Artist ― Female (Whitney Houston) Won
"I Will Always Love You" Hot 100 Singles Sales Won
Hot R&B Singles Sales Won
Smash Hits Poll Winners Party Whitney Houston (herself) Best Female Artist Won
BRAVO Magazine's Bravo Otto[91] Best Actress - Silver Otto Award Won
Best Female Singer - Silver Otto Award Won
The 7th Japan Gold Disc Awards[92] The Bodyguard Soundtrack グランプリ・アルバム賞 (Album of the Year, International) Won
アルバム賞 ― 企画 (Compilation Album of the Year, International) Won
"I Will Always Love You" グランプリ・シングル賞 (Single of the Year, International) Won

Note:

  • J^ ★ mark means the awards that Houston was presented on the show, other three awards without ★ mark are her extra #1-ranked-categories on Billboard magazine's Year-End Charts of 1993.

1994[edit]

  • At the 21st American Music Awards, Houston set a record becoming the first female artist with the most wins in one night, with a total of 8 awards. Houston ties Michael Jackson, who won 8 awards in 1984. At the 6th annual World Music Awards, Houston won 6 awards during the ceremony.
Awards show or organization Nomination(s) Categories Result(s)
The 26th NAACP Image Awards[93][94][95] Entertainer of the Year Won
The Bodyguard Soundtrack Outstanding Female Artist Won
Outstanding Album Won
Outstanding Soundtrack Album, Film or TV Won
"I'm Every Woman" Outstanding Music Video Won
The Bodyguard Outstanding Lead Actress in a Motion Picture Nominated
The 21st American Music Awards[96] The Bodyguard Soundtrack Favorite Pop/Rock Album Won
"I Will Always Love You" Favorite Pop/Rock Single Won
Whitney Houston (herself) Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won
The Bodyguard Soundtrack Favorite Soul/R&B Album Won
"I Will Always Love You" Favorite Soul/R&B Single Won
Whitney Houston (herself) Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Won
The Bodyguard Soundtrack Favorite Adult Contemporary Album Won
Whitney Houston (herself) Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist Nominated
Award of Merit[K] (Special Award) Won
1994 BRIT Awards[97] The Bodyguard Soundtrack Best Soundtrack/Cast Recording Won
The 36th Grammy Awards[98] The Bodyguard Soundtrack Album of the Year Won
"I Will Always Love You" Record of the Year Won
Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female Won
"I'm Every Woman" Best R&B Vocal Performance, Female Nominated
The 8th Soul Train Music Awards[99][100] Sammy Davis, Jr. Award as Entertainer of the Year Won
"I Will Always Love You" Best R&B Song of the Year Won
"I Have Nothing" Best R&B Single, Female Nominated
The 24th Juno Awards[101] The Bodyguard Soundtrack Best Selling Album - Foreign or Domestic Won
The 10th Communications Awards Dinner[102]
(The National Association of Black Owned Broadcasters, NABOB)
Entertainer of the Year Won
The NARM 1993-1994 Best Seller Awards[103]
(The National Association of Recording Merchandisers)
The Bodyguard Soundtrack Best-selling Soundtrack Won
The 15th American Black Achievement Awards[104][105] Whitney Houston (herself) The Music Award Nominated
The 6th World Music Awards[106] World's Best Selling Overall Recording Artist Won
World's Best Selling Pop Artist of the Year Won
World's Best Selling R&B Artist of the Year Won
World's Best Selling American Recording Artist of the Year Won
World's Best Selling Female Recording Artist of the Era Won
The 8th Japan Gold Disc Awards[92][L] The Bodyguard Soundtrack 特別賞 (Special Award, International) Won
"I Will Always Love You" 特別賞 (Special Award, International) Won
Harris Poll (Harris Interactive)[107][108] #1 Favorite Singer/Musician or Musical Group Won

Note:

  • K^ Houston received the award "in recognition of her outstanding contributions to the musical entertainment of the American public."
  • L^ Special Award - this award is presented by the Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ) to the product which released before that year, sales over one million units or higher than a product get the award on the same category in that year.

1995[edit]

Awards show or organization Nomination(s) Categories Result(s)
The 21st People's Choice Awards[109] Whitney Houston (herself) Favorite Female Musical Performer Nominated
The 2nd VH1 Honors[110][M] VH1 Honors Award Won
Soul Train 25th Anniversary Hall Of Fame Special[111] Inductee Soul Train Hall of Fame Won
The 2nd International Achievement in Arts Awards[112] Distinguished Achievement in Music and Film/Video Won
The 17th CableACE Awards[113][114] Whitney, The Concert For A New South Africa Performance in a Music Special or Series Nominated
VH-1 Honors With CeCe Winans Performance in a Music Special or Series Nominated

Note:

  • M^ Houston earned the award for her charitable works with the Whitney Houston Foundation for Children, Inc.

1996[edit]

Awards show or organization Nomination(s) Categories Result(s)
The 22nd People's Choice Awards[115] Whitney Houston (herself) Favorite Female Musical Performer Nominated
The 10th Soul Train Music Awards[116][117] "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)" Best R&B/Soul Single, Female Won
Best R&B/Soul or Rap Song of the Year Nominated
The NARM 1995-1996 Best Seller Awards[118]
(The National Association of Recording Merchandisers)
Waiting to Exhale Soundtrack Best-selling Soundtrack Recording Won
The 27th NAACP Image Awards[119][120][121] Waiting to Exhale Outstanding Motion Picture Won
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Motion Picture Nominated
VH1 Honors with CeCe Winans Outstanding Performance in a Variety Series/Special Nominated
Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards Outstanding Performance in an Educational/Informational Youth or Children's Series/Special Nominated
"Exhale (Shoop Shoop)" Outstanding Female Artist Won
Outstanding Song Won
Waiting to Exhale Soundtrack Outstanding Soundtrack Album Won
Outstanding Album Won
The 5th MTV Movie Awards[122] "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)" Best Song From A Movie Nominated
The 9th Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards[123] Whitney Houston (herself) Kids' Choice Hall of Fame Nominated
The 2nd BET Walk of Fame[124][N]
(BET's United Negro College Fund Gala Benefit)
Inductee Walk of Fame Won
The 12th Carousel of Hope Ball[125] The Davises' High Hopes Award Won
The 7th Billboard Music Awards[126] Waiting to Exhale Soundtrack Soundtrack Album of the Year Won

Note:

  • N^ The award was created to "recognize the significant contribution of African-Americans in the entertainment industry."[124]

1997[edit]

Awards show or organization Nomination(s) Categories Result(s)
The 23rd People's Choice Awards[127] Whitney Houston (herself) Favorite Female Musical Performer Nominated
The 24th American Music Awards[128] Whitney Houston (herself) Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist Won
Waiting to Exhale Soundtrack Favorite Soundtrack Album Won
The 28th NAACP Image Awards[129][130] The Preacher's Wife Outstanding Motion Picture Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Motion Picture Won
The Preacher's Wife Soundtrack Outstanding Gospel Artist (with Georgia Mass Choir) Won
Outstanding Album Won
The 39th Grammy Awards[131] Waiting to Exhale Soundtrack Album of the Year Nominated
"Count on Me" (Duet with CeCe Winans) Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals Nominated
"Exhale (Shoop Shoop)" Best Female R&B Vocal Performance Nominated
"Count on Me" Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media (with Babyface and Michael Houston) Nominated
The NARM 1996-1997 Best Seller Awards[132]
(The National Association of Recording Merchandisers)
The Preacher's Wife Soundtrack Best-selling Gospel Recording Won
The 3rd Blockbuster Entertainment Awards[133] The Preacher's Wife Favorite Female, Comedy/Romance Nominated
The Preacher's Wife Soundtrack Favorite Female, R&B Won
The 10th Essence Awards[134][135] The Triumphant Spirit Award Won
The 10th Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards[136] The Preacher's Wife Favorite Movie Actress Nominated
The 28th Dove Awards[137]
(The Gospel Music Association)
Outstanding Mainstream Contribution to Gospel Music Won
The 12th ASCAP Film & Television Music Awards[138][139] "Count on Me" Most Performed Songs, Motion Pictures (with Michael Houston) Won
The 14th ASCAP Pop Awards[140] "Count on Me" ASCAP Pop Award (with Michael Houston) Won
The Franklin School in East Orange[141] Houston's former grammar school was renamed The Whitney E. Houston Academy For Creative And Performing Arts. Won
The 8th Billboard Music Awards[142] The Preacher's Wife Soundtrack Top Gospel Album Won

1998[edit]

Awards show or organization Nomination(s) Categories Result(s)
The 24th People's Choice Awards[143][144] Whitney Houston (herself) Favorite Female Musical Performer (tied with Reba McEntire) Won
The 6th Trumpet Awards[145][146][O] The Pinnacle Award Won
The 25th American Music Awards[147] The Preacher's Wife Soundtrack Favorite Soundtrack Nominated
The 29th NAACP Image Awards[148] "Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella" (ABC) Outstanding Television Movie/Mini-Series Nominated
"Classic Whitney: Live from Washington, D.C." Outstanding Performance in a Variety Series/Special Nominated
The 40th Grammy Awards[149] The Preacher's Wife Soundtrack Best R&B Album Nominated
"I Believe in You and Me" Best Female R&B Vocal Performance Nominated
The 12th Soul Train Music Awards[150][151] The Quincy Jones Award — for Outstanding Career Achievements in the field of entertainment Won
The 4th Blockbuster Entertainment Awards[152] The Preacher's Wife Soundtrack Favorite Soundtrack Nominated
The 29th Dove Awards[153][154]
(The Gospel Music Association)
"I Go to the Rock" Best Traditional Gospel Recorded Song Won
The 50th Emmy Awards[155] "Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella" Outstanding Variety, Music Or Comedy Special Nominated

Note:

  • O^ Trumpet Awards — the awards are intended to honor blacks who, through consistency and longevity, have inspired others and have achieved success in their chosen professions or careers.[146]

1999[edit]

Awards show or organization Nomination(s) Categories Result(s)
The 30th NAACP Image Awards[156][157] My Love Is Your Love Outstanding Female Artist Nominated
"When You Believe" (Duet with Mariah Carey) Outstanding Duo or Group Won
Outstanding Music Video Nominated
Outstanding Song Nominated
My Love Is Your Love Outstanding Album Nominated
1999 NCLR ALMA Awards[158][159]
(National Council of La Raza)
"When You Believe"(Duet with Mariah Carey) Outstanding Performance Of A Song For A Feature Film Nominated
Outstanding Music Video Nominated
The 5th Blockbuster Entertainment Awards Whitney Houston (herself) Faverite Female Artist, R&B Nominated
Deirdre O'Brien Child Advocacy Center[P] Child Advocate of the Year Won
The 5th Soul Train Lady Of Soul Awards[160] "Heartbreak Hotel" (Featuring Faith Evans & Kelly Price) Best R&B/Soul Single (Group, Band Or Duo) Nominated
My Love Is Your Love Best R&B/Soul Album Of The Year (Solo) Nominated
The 16th MTV Video Music Awards[161] "Heartbreak Hotel" (Featuring Faith Evans & Kelly Price) Best R&B Video Nominated
1999 MOBO Awards[162] Whitney Houston (herself) Best International Act Nominated
Recording Industry Association of America[163] Whitney Houston (herself) Top-selling R&B Female Artist of the Century Won
The Bodyguard Soundtrack Top-selling Soundtrack Album of the Century Won
1999 MTV Europe Music Awards[164][165][166] Whitney Houston (herself) Best Female Nominated
Best R&B Won
1999 Bambi Verleihung[167][Q] Pop International Won
  • Brazil Dance Music Award
    • Best International Female

Note:

  • P^ Houston was honored for the support of the Whitney Houston Foundation for Children, which contributed a $40,000 grant for the construction of a medical examination room in the center.
  • Q^ Whitney Houston received the award for her 20 years outstanding career as a musical artist.[167]

2000[edit]

Awards show or organization Nomination(s) Categories Result(s)
The 27th American Music Awards[168] Whitney Houston (herself) Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated
Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Nominated
My Love Is Your Love Favorite Soul/R&B Album Nominated
Whitney Houston (herself) Artist of the Decade ― 1980s (Internet poll) Nominated
The 1st NRJ Music Awards Whitney Houston (herself) Artiste féminine internationale de l'année (International Female Artist of the Year) Nominated
My Love Is Your Love Album international de l'année (International Album of the Year) Won
The 42nd Grammy Awards[169] "When You Believe"(Duet with Mariah Carey) Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals Nominated
"It's Not Right But It's Okay" Best Female R&B Vocal Performance Won
"Heartbreak Hotel" (Featuring Faith Evans and Kelly Price) Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal Nominated
My Love Is Your Love Best R&B Album Nominated
2000 BRIT Awards[170] Whitney Houston (herself) Best International Female Artist Nominated
The 31st NAACP Image Awards[171] "Heartbreak Hotel" (Featuring Faith Evans and Kelly Price) Outstanding Female Artist Won
"My Love Is Your Love" Outstanding Song Nominated
The 14th Soul Train Music Awards[172][173] "My Love Is Your Love" Best R&B/Soul Single, Female Nominated
My Love Is Your Love Best R&B/Soul Album, Female Nominated
The Artist of the Decade — Female, for extraordinary artistic contributions during the 1990s Won
The 9th Echo Awards My Love Is Your Love Künstlerin des Jahres International (Best International Female Artist) Nominated
The 15th International Dance Music Awards[174] "It's Not Right But It's Okay" Best Pop 12" Dance Record Won
2000 Edison Music Awards (NVPI) My Love Is Your Love Beste Zangeres Internationaal (Best International Female Artist) Nominated
The 6th Blockbuster Entertainment Awards[175][176] My Love Is Your Love Favorite Female Artist — R&B Nominated
"Heartbreak Hotel" (Featuring Faith Evans and Kelly Price) Favorite Single (Internet Only) Nominated
"When You Believe" (Duet with Mariah Carey) Favorite Song from a Movie (Internet Only) Nominated
The 1st HMV Harlem Walk of Fame[177] Inductee Walk of Fame Won
The 3rd DiVi Awards[178]
(The International Recording Media Association)
Whitney: The Greatest Hits (DVD) Best Music Release Nominated
M6 Awards 2000[179] Whitney Houston (herself) Artiste Féminine Internationale de l'Année (International Female Artist of the Year) Nominated
The 1st My VH1 Music Awards[180][181] Whitney Houston vs. Honolulu Airport security Most Entertaining Public Feud Nominated

2001[edit]

Awards show or organization Nomination(s) Categories Result(s)
The 28th American Music Awards[182] Whitney Houston (herself) Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Nominated
The 15th Soul Train Music Awards[183] "Same Script, Different Cast" (Duet with Deborah Cox) Best R&B/Soul Single, Group, Band or Duo Nominated
The 10th Echo Awards[184] Whitney: The Greatest Hits Künstlerin des Jahres International (Best International Female Rock/Pop Artist) Nominated
2001 Meteor Ireland Music Awards[185] Whitney: The Greatest Hits Best International Female Won
The 7th Blockbuster Entertainment Awards[186] Whitney: The Greatest Hits Favorite Female Artist — R&B Nominated
The 1st BET Awards[187][188] Whitney Houston (herself) BET Lifetime Achievement Award Won
The 16th Japan Gold Disc Awards[189] Whitney: The Greatest Hits Pop Album of the Year (International) Won

2003[edit]

Awards show or organization Nomination(s) Categories Result(s)
The 8th Soul Train Lady Of Soul Awards[190] Just Whitney R&B/Soul Album of the Year, Solo Nominated
The 1st Capital Gold Legends Awards[191] Whitney Houston (herself) Legendary Female Nominated

2004[edit]

Awards show or organization Nomination(s) Categories Result(s)
The 1st Women's World Awards[192][193][R] Whitney Houston (herself) and Dionne Warwick World Arts Award for Lifetime Achievement Won
The 6th CCTV-MTV Music Honors[194] Whitney Houston (herself) International Outstanding Achievement Won

Note:

  • R^ The prize was designed "for women whose unique achievements have contributed to a better, more peaceful and humane society."[192]

2005[edit]

Awards show or organization Nomination(s) Categories Result(s)
MTV's 22 Greatest Voices in Music Whitney Houston (herself) Rank No. 3 Won

2006[edit]

Awards show or organization Nomination(s) Categories Result(s)
The New Jersey Walk of Fame[195][S] Whitney Houston (herself) Inductee Won
Guinness World Records[196] Whitney Houston (herself) Most Consecutive US No. 1 Singles Won
Guinness World Records[196] Whitney Houston (herself) The Most Awarded/Popular Female Artist of All Time Won

Note:

  • S^ The New Jersey Walk of Fame honored the lives and achievements of extraordinary performing artists who are associated with the Garden State and/or its institutions.[195]

2009[edit]

Awards show or organization Nomination(s) Categories Result(s)
The 22nd Soul Train Music Awards[197] Whitney Houston (herself) Best R&B/Soul Artist — Female Nominated
The 37th American Music Awards[198][T] Whitney Houston (herself) International Artist Award Won

Note:

  • T^ The award was given "in recognition of her worldwide success exemplified by her international record sales, radio airplay in countries all over the world, live performances that span the globe, and popularity that knows no borders or boundaries."[198]

2010[edit]

Awards show or organization Nomination(s) Categories Result(s)
The 3rd BET Honors[199][200] Whitney Houston (herself) The BET Honor for Entertainment Won
The 41st NAACP Image Awards[201] Whitney Houston (herself) Outstanding Female Artist Nominated
"I Look to You" Outstanding Music Video Won
2010 Echo Awards[202][203] Whitney Houston (herself) Künstlerin International Rock/Pop (Best International Rock/Pop Artist ― Female) Nominated

2012[edit]

Awards show or organization Nomination(s) Categories Result(s)
2012 Billboard Music Awards Whitney Houston (herself) Billboard Millennium Award Won
VH1 Whitney Houston (herself) Rank 5 Won
Guinness World Records Whitney Houston (herself) Most Simultaneous Hits in United Kingdom Won
2012 MTV Europe Music Awards Whitney Houston (herself) Global Icon Award Won
2012 Soul Train Music Awards "Celebrate" (Duet with Jordin Sparks) Best Gospel/Inspirational Performance Won

2013[edit]

Awards show or organization Nomination(s) Categories Result(s)
2013 R&B Music Hall of Fame Whitney Houston (herself) R&B Hall of Fame Won
Grammy Awards Whitney Houston Grammy Hall of Fame Won
The 44th NAACP Image Awards "I Look to You" Best Song Won
I Will Always Love You: The Best of Whitney Houston Best Outstanding Album Won
2013 Barbados Music Awards (BMA) Whitney Houston (herself) 2013 International Icon Award Won
The Singers Hall of Fame Whitney Houston (herself) Inductee Won
Georgia Music Hall of Fame Whitney Houston (herself) Posthumous Award Won
ABC Greatest Women in Music Whitney Houston (herself) Rank No. 1 Won

2014[edit]

Awards show or organization Nomination(s) Categories Result(s)
New Jersey Hall of Fame Whitney Houston (herself) Inductee Won
Vevo Certified Awards "I Will Always Love You" +100,000,000 views on Vevo Won
Rhythm and Blues Music Hall of Fame Whitney Houston (herself) Inductee Won
The Official Charts Pop Gem Hall Of Fame[204] I Wanna Dance With Somebody(with somebody who loves me) Inductee No. 80 Won

Billboard Music Awards history[edit]

Whitney Houston won the top R&B Albums, Singles categories, and top R&B Artist of the year at the 2nd annual 1991 ceremony. Houston won 11 awards at the 4th annual 1993 ceremony, winning top Albums, Singles and Soundtrack categories. In March 2012, she set two Billboard records, becoming the first female with three albums to peak within the Top 10 on Billboard 200[205] and first female with nine albums in the Top 100 on Billboard 200 chart.[206][207] Houston received the Honoree Billboard Millennium Award at the 2012 Billboard Music Awards ceremony.[208]

Year Nominated work Categories Result
1985 Whitney Houston (herself) Top Black Artist of the Year[3] Nominated
New Pop Artist[4] Won
New Black Artist[4] Won
Top Pop Album Artist - Female[5] Nominated
Top Pop Singles Artist - Female[5] Nominated
Whitney Houston Top Black Album[6] Nominated
Whitney Houston (herself) Top Black Album Artist[6] Nominated
Top Black Singles Artist[7] Nominated
"You Give Good Love" Top Black Single[7] Nominated
"Saving All My Love for You" Nominated
1986 Whitney Houston (herself) Top Pop Artist of the Year [16] Won
Top Black Artist of the Year[16] Nominated
Whitney Houston Top Pop Album[17] Won
Whitney Houston (herself) Top Pop Album Artist[18] Won
Top Pop Album Artist ― Female[19] Won
Top Pop Singles Artist ― Female[19] Nominated
Whitney Houston Top Black Album[20] Won
Whitney Houston (herself) Top Black Album Artist[20] Won
Top Adult Contemporary Artist[21] Nominated
The #1 Video Hits Top Music Videocassette[22] Nominated
Whitney Houston Top Pop Compact Disc[23] Nominated
1987 Whitney Houston (herself) Top Pop Artist of the Year[34] Nominated
Top Pop Album Artist[35] Nominated
Top Pop Singles Artist[35] Nominated
"I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)" Top Pop Single[36] Nominated
Whitney Houston (herself) Top Pop Album Artist ― Female[37] Won
Top Pop Singles Artist ― Female[37] Nominated
"I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)" Top Hot Crossover Single[38] Nominated
Whitney Houston (herself) Top Hot Crossover Artist[38] Nominated
Top Adult Contemporary Artist[39] Nominated
1988[57] Whitney Houston (herself) Top Black Artist of the Year Nominated
Top Pop Singles Artist Nominated
Top Pop Album Artist ― Female Nominated
Top Pop Singles Artist ― Female Won
Whitney Top Black Album Nominated
Whitney Houston (herself) Top Black Album Artist Nominated
"So Emotional" (Remix) Top Dance Club Play Single Nominated
Whitney Houston (herself) Top Dance Club Play Artist Nominated
"Where Do Broken Hearts Go" Top Adult Contemporary Single Nominated
Whitney Houston (herself) Top Adult Contemporary Artists Nominated
Top Hot Crossover Artists Nominated
1991[75][76] Whitney Houston (herself) Top Album Artists ― Female Nominated
Top Pop Singles Artist Nominated
Top Pop Singles Artist ― Female Nominated
Top R&B Artist Won
I'm Your Baby Tonight Top R&B Album Won
Whitney Houston (herself) Top R&B Album Artist Won
Top R&B Singles Artist Won
"All the Man That I Need" Top Adult Contemporary Single Nominated
1993[89][90][J] Whitney Houston (herself) ★Hot 100 Singles Artist Won
"I Will Always Love You" ★Hot 100 Single Won
Whitney Houston (herself) ★Hot R&B Singles Artist Won
"I Will Always Love You" ★Hot R&B Single Won
The Bodyguard Soundtrack ★Top Billboard 200 Album (Top Album of the Year) Won
The Bodyguard Soundtrack ★Top R&B Album Won
The Bodyguard Soundtrack ★Top Soundtrack Album Won
The Bodyguard Soundtrack ★Album Most Weeks at #1 for 20 weeks (Special Award) Won
"I Will Always Love You" ★Single Most Weeks at #1 for 14 weeks (Special Award) Won
Whitney Houston (herself) ★#1 World Artist Won
"I Will Always Love You" ★#1 World Single Won
Whitney Houston (herself) Hot Adult Contemporary Artist Nominated
Whitney Houston (herself) Hot 100 Singles Artist ― Female (Whitney Houston) Won
"I Will Always Love You" Hot 100 Singles Sales Won
Hot R&B Singles Sales Won
1996[126] Waiting to Exhale Soundtrack Soundtrack Album of the Year Won
1997[142] The Preacher's Wife Soundtrack Top Gospel Album Won
2012 Whitney Houston (herself) Billboard Millennium Award (Special Award) Won

Notes ★ mark means the awards that Houston was presented on the show, other four awards without ★ mark are her extra #1-ranked-categories on Billboard magazine's Year-End Charts of 1993.

Grammy Awards history[edit]

Whitney Houston received 6 Grammy awards from 26 nominations and a Grammy Hall of Fame Award giving her a total of 7 Grammy Awards. She earned her first Grammy, "Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female," at its 28th annual ceremony of 1986. In 1994, Houston was honored with "Album of the Year" and "Record of the Year," for The Bodyguard Original Soundtrack Album and "I Will Always Love You," respectively. At the 39th ceremony, she was nominated for "Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media" for "Count on Me", which was her first and only Grammy nomination as a songwriter as of today. In 2000, Houston became the recipient of "Best Female R&B Vocal Performance" award after being nominated for the category seven times since her debut.

Year Categories Nominated work Result
1986 Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female "Saving All My Love for You" Won
Album of the Year Whitney Houston Nominated
Best R&B Vocal Performance, Female "You Give Good Love" Nominated
1987 Record of the Year "Greatest Love of All" Nominated
1988 Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female "I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)" Won
Album of the Year Whitney Nominated
Best R&B Vocal Performance, Female "For the Love of You" Nominated
1989 Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female "One Moment in Time" Nominated
1990 Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal "It Isn't, It Wasn't, It Ain't Never Gonna Be" (duet with Aretha Franklin) Nominated
1991 Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female "I'm Your Baby Tonight" Nominated
1992 Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female "All the Man That I Need" Nominated
1993 Best R&B Vocal Performance, Female "I Belong to You" Nominated
1994 Album of the Year The Bodyguard Original Soundtrack Album Won
Record of the Year "I Will Always Love You" Won
Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female "I Will Always Love You" Won
Best R&B Vocal Performance, Female "I'm Every Woman" Nominated
1997 Album of the Year Waiting to Exhale Original Soundtrack Album Nominated
Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals "Count on Me" (duet with CeCe Winans) Nominated
Best Female R&B Vocal Performance "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)" Nominated
Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television "Count on Me" (written by Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds, Michael Houston and Whitney Houston) Nominated
1998 Best Female R&B Vocal Performance "I Believe in You And Me" Nominated
Best R&B Album The Preacher's Wife Soundtrack Album Nominated
2000 Best Female R&B Vocal Performance "It's Not Right But It's Okay" Won
Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal "Heartbreak Hotel" (featuring Faith Evans & Kelly Price) Nominated
Best R&B Album My Love Is Your Love Nominated
Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals "When You Believe" (duet with Mariah Carey) Nominated
2013 Grammy Hall of Fame (Special Award) Whitney Houston Won

Guinness World Records[edit]

Year Nominated work Categories Result
2006[196] Whitney Houston (herself) The Most Awarded/Popular Female Artist of All Time Won
2012[209] Whitney Houston (herself) Most Simultaneous Hits in the United Kingdom Won

American Music Awards history[edit]

During her career, Whitney Houston has been nominated 38 times and won 22 of them including two special awards ― Award of Merit and International Artist Award. Houston holds the record for the most AMA wins by a female artist and the most AMA ever won in a single year with 8 awards. Following is a list of American Music Awards wins and nominations she has achieved since her debut.

Year Category Nominated work Result(s)
1986 Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Whitney Houston (herself) Nominated
Favorite Soul/R&B Single "You Give Good Love" Won
Favorite Soul/R&B Album Whitney Houston Nominated
Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Whitney Houston (herself) Nominated
Favorite Soul/R&B Video "Saving All My Love For You" Won
Favorite Soul/R&B Video Artist Whitney Houston (herself) Nominated
1987 Favorite Pop/Rock Album Whitney Houston Won
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Whitney Houston (herself) Won
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Video Artist Nominated
Favorite Soul/R&B Album Whitney Houston Won
Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Whitney Houston (herself) Won
Favorite Soul/R&B Video "Greatest Love of All" Won
Favorite Soul/R&B Female Video Artist Whitney Houston (herself) Nominated
1988 Favorite Pop/Rock Single "I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)" Won
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Whitney Houston (herself) Won
Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Nominated
1989 Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won
Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Won
1992 Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated
Favorite Soul/R&B Album I'm Your Baby Tonight Nominated
Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Whitney Houston (herself) Nominated
Favorite Adult Contemporary Album I'm Your Baby Tonight Nominated
Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist Whitney Houston (herself) Nominated
1994 Favorite Pop/Rock Single "I Will Always Love You" Won
Favorite Pop/Rock Album The Bodyguard Original Soundtrack Album Won
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Whitney Houston (herself) Won
Favorite Soul/R&B Single "I Will Always Love You" Won
Favorite Soul/R&B Album The Bodyguard Original Soundtrack Album Won
Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Whitney Houston (herself) Won
Favorite Adult Contemporary Album The Bodyguard Original Soundtrack Album Won
Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist Whitney Houston (herself) Nominated
Special Award: Award of Merit
1997 Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist Whitney Houston (herself) Won
Favorite Soundtrack Waiting to Exhale Original Soundtrack Album Won
1998 Favorite Soundtrack The Preacher's Wife Original Soundtrack Album Nominated
2000 Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Whitney Houston (herself) Nominated
Favorite Soul/R&B Album My Love Is Your Love Nominated
Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Whitney Houston (herself) Nominated
2001 Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Nominated
2009 Special Award: International Artist Award

Certification awards[edit]

Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), United States[edit]

1980s[edit]

Year Date Title Format(s) Award description(s)[210]
1985 June 24 Whitney Houston Album Gold
August 26 Whitney Houston Album Platinum
November 1 Whitney Houston Album 2× Multi-Platinum
1986 February 14 Whitney Houston Album 3× Multi-Platinum
March 24 Whitney Houston Album 4× Multi-Platinum
May 1 Whitney Houston Album 5× Multi-Platinum
June 12 Whitney Houston Album 6× Multi-Platinum
July 15 The #1 Video Hits Video Longform Gold
The #1 Video Hits Video Longform Platinum
September 18 Whitney Houston Album 7× Multi-Platinum
1987 February 24 Whitney Houston Album 8× Multi-Platinum
July 28 Whitney Album Gold
Whitney Album Platinum
Whitney Album 2× Multi-Platinum
"I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)" Single Gold
August 4 Whitney Album 3× Multi-Platinum
September 30 Whitney Album 4× Multi-Platinum
November 20 Whitney Album 5× Multi-Platinum
1988 April 18 Whitney Album 6× Multi-Platinum
October 6 Whitney Houston Album 9× Multi-Platinum
1989 February 13 "I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)" Single Platinum

1990s[edit]

Year Date Title Format(s) Award description(s)[210]
1990 November 27 "I'm Your Baby Tonight" Single Gold
1991 January 15 I'm Your Baby Tonight Album Gold
I'm Your Baby Tonight Album Platinum
I'm Your Baby Tonight Album 2× Multi-Platinum
March 21 "All the Man That I Need" Single Gold
April 11 "The Star Spangled Banner" Single Gold
The Star Spangled Banner Video Single Gold
The Star Spangled Banner Video Single Platinum
The Star Spangled Banner Video Single Multi-Platinum
May 2 I'm Your Baby Tonight Album 3× Multi-Platinum
July 24 Welcome Home Heroes with Whitney Houston Video Longform Gold
1992 December 29 "I Will Always Love You" Single Gold
"I Will Always Love You" Single Platinum
"I Will Always Love You" Single 3× Multi-Platinum
1993 January 12 "I Will Always Love You" Single 4× Multi-Platinum
January 18 The Bodyguard Original Soundtrack Album Album Gold
The Bodyguard Original Soundtrack Album Album Platinum
The Bodyguard Original Soundtrack Album Album 6× Multi-Platinum
March 3 The Bodyguard Original Soundtrack Album Album 7× Multi-Platinum
April 13 "I'm Every Woman" Single Gold
May 4 The Bodyguard Original Soundtrack Album Album 8× Multi-Platinum
June 1 "I Have Nothing" Single Gold
June 23 Whitney Album 7× Multi-Platinum
August 4 The Bodyguard Original Soundtrack Album Album 9× Multi-Platinum
November 3 The Bodyguard Original Soundtrack Album Album 10× Multi-Platinum
1994 January 25 Whitney Houston Album 10× Multi-Platinum
February 22 The Bodyguard Original Soundtrack Album Album 11× Multi-Platinum
November 29 Whitney Houston Album 11× Multi-Platinum
Whitney Album 8× Multi-Platinum
The Bodyguard Original Soundtrack Album Album 13× Multi-Platinum
1995 April 5 Whitney Houston Album 12× Multi-Platinum
I'm Your Baby Tonight Album 4× Multi-Platinum
The Bodyguard Original Soundtrack Album Album 14× Multi-Platinum
July 31 The Bodyguard Original Soundtrack Album Album 15× Multi-Platinum
November 29 Whitney Album 9× Multi-Platinum
December 6 "You Give Good Love" Single Gold
"Saving All My Love for You" Single Gold
"How Will I Know" Single Gold
"Greatest Love of All" Single Gold
"So Emotional" Single Gold
1996 January 3 "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)" Single Gold
"Exhale (Shoop Shoop) Single Platinum
May 1 "Count on Me" Single Gold
December 3 The Bodyguard Original Soundtrack Album Album 16× Multi-Platinum
1997 January 28 The Preacher's Wife Original Soundtrack Album Album Gold
The Preacher's Wife Original Soundtrack Album Album Platinum
The Preacher's Wife Original Soundtrack Album Album 2× Multi-Platinum
February 4 "I Believe in You and Me" Single Gold
"I Believe in You and Me" Single Platinum
April 22 "Step by Step" Single Gold
1998 June 30 The Preacher's Wife Original Soundtrack Album Album 3× Multi-Platinum
December 18 My Love Is Your Love Album Gold
My Love Is Your Love Album Platinum
1999 January 15 My Love Is Your Love Album 2× Multi-Platinum
February 17 "Heartbreak Hotel" Single Gold
March 2 "Heartbreak Hotel" Single Platinum
March 16 The Bodyguard Original Soundtrack Album Album Diamond
Whitney Houston Album Diamond
March 24 "When You Believe" (duet with Mariah Carey) Single Gold
June 29 "It's Not Right But It's Okay" Single Gold
July 29 Whitney Houston Album 13× Multi-Platinum
September 30 "My Love Is Your Love" Single Gold
October 15 My Love Is Your Love Album 3× Multi-Platinum
November 1 The Bodyguard Original Soundtrack Album Album 17× Multi-Platinum
December 14 "My Love Is Your Love" Single Platinum

2000s[edit]

Year Date Title Format(s) Award description(s)[210]
2000 May 15 My Love Is Your Love Album 4× Multi-Platinum
June 20 Whitney: The Greatest Hits Album Gold
Whitney: The Greatest Hits Album Platinum
Whitney: The Greatest Hits Album 2× Multi-Platinum
August 17 The Greatest Hits Video Longform Gold
August 21 The Greatest Hits Video Longform Platinum
2001 October 3 "The Star Spangled Banner" Single Platinum
2002 November 12 Whitney: The Greatest Hits Album 3× Multi-Platinum
2003 January 10 Just Whitney... Album Gold
Just Whitney... Album Platinum
September 22 Try It on My Own Video Single Gold
2009 October 1 I Look to You Album Gold
December 1 I Look to You Album Platinum

2010s[edit]

Year Date Title Format(s) Award description(s)[210]
2012 June 21 Whitney: The Greatest Hits Album 4× Multi-Platinum
Whitney: The Greatest Hits Album 5× Multi-Platinum
2013 May 9 "I Will Always Love You" Single Gold
"I Will Always Love You" Single Platinum
"I Will Always Love You" Single 2× Multi-Platinum

Music Canada[edit]

Year Date Title Format(s) Award description(s)[211]
1985 August 28 Whitney Houston Album Gold
November 14 Whitney Houston Album Platinum
1986 February 28 Whitney Houston Album 2× Platinum
March 18 Whitney Houston Album 3× Platinum
"How Will I Know" Single Gold
April 18 Whitney Houston Album 4× Platinum
May 20 Whitney Houston Album 5× Platinum
June 26 Whitney Houston Album 6× Platinum
July 21 "Greatest Love of All" Single Gold
October 27 Whitney Houston Album 8× Platinum
November 18 Whitney Houston Album 9× Platinum
1987 March 31 Whitney Houston Album 10× Platinum (Diamond)
July 22 "I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)" Single Gold
August 13 Whitney Album Platinum
Whitney Album 2× Platinum
Whitney Album 3× Platinum
Whitney Album 4× Platinum
September 30 Whitney Album 5× Platinum
December 23 Whitney Album 6× Platinum
1988 February 29 Whitney Album 7× Platinum
1991 February 28 I'm Your Baby Tonight Album Gold
I'm Your Baby Tonight Album Platinum
1992 December 10 The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album Gold
December 21 The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album Platinum
1993 January 25 The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album 2× Platinum
The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album 3× Platinum
The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album 4× Platinum
The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album 5× Platinum
March 30 The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album 6× Platinum
April 29 The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album 7× Platinum
June 21 The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album 8× Platinum
July 26 The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album 9× Platinum
September 29 The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album 10× Platinum (Diamond)
1996 December 18 The Preacher's Wife: Original Soundtrack Album Album Gold
The Preacher's Wife: Original Soundtrack Album Album Platinum
1999 February 26 My Love Is Your Love Album Gold
My Love Is Your Love Album Platinum
October 19 My Love Is Your Love Album 2× Platinum
2000 June 26 Whitney: The Greatest Hits Album Gold
Whitney: The Greatest Hits Album Platinum
2010 January 5 I Look to You Album Gold
I Look to You Album Platinum

Recording Industry Association of Japan (RIAJ)[edit]

Year Title Format(s) Award description(s)
1991 I'm Your Baby Tonight Album 2× Platinum
1994 "I Will Always Love You" Single 5× Platinum
The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album 2× Million
1996 "All at Once" Single Gold
Waiting to Exhale: Original Soundtrack Album Album Platinum
1997 The Preacher's Wife: Original Soundtrack Album Album Platinum
1999 My Love Is Your Love Album Platinum
2000 Whitney: The Greatest Hits Album 3× Platinum
2001 Love, Whitney Album Gold
2002 Just Whitney... Album Gold
2014 "I Will Always Love You" Single Platinum

British Phonographic Industry (BPI), United Kingdom[edit]

Year Date Title Format(s) Award description(s)[212]
1985 December 20 Whitney Houston Album Silver
Whitney Houston Album Gold
"Saving All My Love for You" Single Silver
1986 April 1 Whitney Houston Album Platinum
May 1 "How Will I Know" Single Silver
May 27 Whitney Houston Album 2× Multi-Platinum
October 16 Whitney Houston Album 3× Multi-Platinum
1987 June 1 "I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)" Single Silver
June 5 Whitney Album Silver
Whitney Album Gold
June 15 Whitney Album Platinum
July 13 Whitney Album 2× Multi-Platinum
August 1 "I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)" Single Gold
November 12 Whitney Album 3× Multi-Platinum
1988 January 8 Whitney Album 4× Multi-Platinum
May 11 Whitney Album 5× Multi-Platinum
October 1 "One Moment in Time" Single Silver
October 31 Whitney Album 6× Multi-Platinum
1989 January 25 Whitney Houston Album 4× Multi-Platinum
1990 November 1 I'm Your Baby Tonight Album Silver
I'm Your Baby Tonight Album Gold
I'm Your Baby Tonight Album Platinum
1992 December 1 "I Will Always Love You" Single Silver
"I Will Always Love You" Single Gold
"I Will Always Love You" Single Platinum
The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album Silver
The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album Gold
The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album Platinum
1993 January 1 "I Will Always Love You" Single 2× Multi-Platinum
The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album 2× Multi-Platinum
February 1 The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album 3× Multi-Platinum
May 1 The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album 4× Multi-Platinum
1994 January 1 The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album 5× Multi-Platinum
The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album 6× Multi-Platinum
The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album 7× Multi-Platinum
1997 February 1 "Step by Step" Single Silver
1998 November 27 My Love Is Your Love Album Silver
My Love Is Your Love Album Gold
1999 March 19 "It's Not Right But It's Okay" Single Silver
"It's Not Right But It's Okay" Single Gold
June 18 My Love Is Your Love Album Platinum
2000 January 28 My Love Is Your Love Album 2× Multi-Platinum
My Love Is Your Love Album 3× Multi-Platinum
June 2 Whitney: The Greatest Hits Album Silver
Whitney: The Greatest Hits Album Gold
Whitney: The Greatest Hits Album Platinum
August 25 Whitney: The Greatest Hits Album 2× Multi-Platinum
November 24 Whitney: The Greatest Hits Album 3× Multi-Platinum
December 8 Whitney: The Greatest Hits Album 4× Multi-Platinum
2007 December 21 The Ultimate Collection Album Silver
The Ultimate Collection Album Gold
The Ultimate Collection Album Platinum
2009 October 19 I Look to You Album Gold
2013 July 22 I Will Always Love You: The Best of Whitney Houston Album Silver
The Essential Whitney Houston Album Silver
Whitney: The Greatest Hits Album 5× Multi-Platinum
The Preacher's Wife: Original Soundtrack Album Album Silver
The Ultimate Collection Album 2× Multi-Platinum
The Ultimate Collection Album 3× Multi-Platinum
"Million Dollar Bill" Single Silver
"My Love Is Your Love" Single Gold
Whitney: The Greatest Hits Video Longform Gold
2014 April 28 The Ultimate Collection Album 4× Multi-Platinum

Bundesverband Musikindustrie (BVMI), Germany[edit]

Year Title Format(s) Award description(s)[213]
1986 Whitney Houston Album Gold
Whitney Houston Album Platinum
1987 Whitney Album Gold
Whitney Album Platinum
1988 "One Moment in Time" Single Gold
1990 I'm Your Baby Tonight Album Gold
1991 I'm Your Baby Tonight Album Platinum
1993 "I Will Always Love You" Single Gold
"I Will Always Love You" Single Platinum
The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album Gold
The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album Platinum
The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album 2× Multi-Platinum
The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album 3× Multi-Platinum
1997 "Step by Step" Single Gold
1999 "When You Believe" (duet with Mariah Carey) Single Gold
"My Love Is Your Love" Single Gold
"My Love Is Your Love" Single Platinum
2000 "Could I Have This Kiss Forever" (duet with Enrique Iglesias) Single Gold
Whitney: The Greatest Hits Album Gold
Whitney: The Greatest Hits Album Platinum
2009 I Look to You Album Gold

International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), Austria[edit]

Year Date Title Format(s) Award description(s)[214]
1990 October 10 Whitney Album 2× Platinum
November 26 I'm Your Baby Tonight Album Gold
1991 January 17 I'm Your Baby Tonight Album Platinum
1992 November 2 Whitney Houston Album Platinum
1993 January 11 The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album Gold
January 20 The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album Platinum
March 3 The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album 2× Platinum
March 11 "I Will Always Love You" Single Gold
July 20 The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album 3× Platinum
1998 December 23 My Love Is Your Love Album Gold
1999 August 3 "My Love Is Your Love" Single Gold
August 13 My Love Is Your Love Album Platinum
October 7 "My Love Is Your Love" Single Platinum
2002 September 26 The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album 4× Platinum
2009 August 27 I Look to You Album Gold

International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), Europe[edit]

Year Title Format(s) Award description(s)[215][216][217][218][219]
1996 Waiting to Exhale: Original Soundtrack Album Album Platinum
1997 The Preacher's Wife: Original Soundtrack Album Album Platinum
1999 My Love Is Your Love Album 3× Platinum
2000 Whitney: The Greatest Hits Album 3× Platinum
2002 My Love Is Your Love Album 4× Platinum

International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), Finland[edit]

Year Title Format(s) Award description(s)[220]
1987 Whitney Houston Album Gold
Whitney Album Gold
1988 Whitney Album Platinum
1991 I'm Your Baby Tonight Album Gold
1993 The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album Gold
The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album Platinum
1999 My Love Is Your Love Album Gold
2000 Whitney: The Greatest Hits Album Gold

International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), Sweden[edit]

Year Date Title Format(s) Award description(s)[221][222][223][224][225]
1987 September 7 "I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)" Single Gold
Whitney Album Platinum
1988 January 20 Whitney Album 2× Platinum
November 23 "One Moment in Time" Single Gold
1990 November 17 "I'm Your Baby Tonight" Single Gold
December 4 I'm Your Baby Tonight Album Platinum
1992 December 22 The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album Gold
1993 January 21 The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album Platinum
"I Will Always Love You" Single Gold
March 26 "I Will Always Love You" Single Platinum
1996 November 28 The Preacher's Wife: Original Soundtrack Album Album Gold
1998 December 14 My Love Is Your Love Album Gold
December 29 "When You Believe" Single Gold
1999 January 21 "When You Believe" Single Platinum
May 7 My Love Is Your Love Album Platinum
September 16 "My Love Is Your Love" Single Gold
"My Love Is Your Love" Single Platinum
2000 May 15 Whitney: The Greatest Hits Album Gold
October 13 "Could I Have This Kiss Forever" Single Gold
October 18 Whitney: The Greatest Hits Album Platinum
October 19 My Love Is Your Love Album 2× Platinum
December 14 "Could I Have This Kiss Forever" Single Platinum
2007 December 17 The Ultimate Collection Album Gold
2009 September 3 I Look to You Album Gold

International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), Switzerland[edit]

Year Date Title Format(s) Award description(s)[226]
1990 I'm Your Baby Tonight Album Gold
I'm Your Baby Tonight Album Platinum
1992 The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album Gold
The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album Platinum
1993 The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album 2× Platinum
The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album 3× Platinum
The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album 4× Platinum
1994 I'm Your Baby Tonight Album 2× Platinum
The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album Album 5× Platinum
1996 The Preacher's Wife: Original Soundtrack Album Album Gold
1998 "When You Believe" (From The Prince of Egypt Soundtrack) Single Gold
Whitney Album 2× Platinum
My Love Is Your Love Album Platinum
1999 My Love Is Your Love Album 3× Platinum
"My Love Is Your Love" Single Gold
2000 "My Love Is Your Love" Single Platinum
"Could I Have This Kiss Forever" (with Enrique Iglesias) Single Gold
Whitney: The Greatest Hits Album Platinum
2002 Just Whitney... Album Platinum
2009 I Look to You Album Gold

VEVOCertified Awards[edit]

The VEVOCertified Awards is an rewarding the music videos that reached the mark of 100 million views on YouTube.

Year Recipient Award Result
2014 "I Will Always Love You" +100.000.000 Views Won

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