List of awards and nominations received by Alanis Morissette

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Alanis Morissette awards and nominations
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Morissette performing at the Stanley Cup Finals, Game 4, 2007
Award Won Nominations
American Music Awards
2 4
Brit Awards
1 3
Grammy Awards
7 14
Golden Globe Awards
0 2
Juno Awards
12 21
MTV Europe Music Awards
1 3
MTV Video Music Awards
3 7
People's Choice Awards
0 2
Total
Awards 26 56
Footnotes

Alanis Morissette is a Canadian rock singer-songwriter and musician from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.[1] Morissette has released five studio albums internationally through Maverick Records: Jagged Little Pill (1995), Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie (1998), Under Rug Swept (2002), So-Called Chaos (2004), and Flavors of Entanglement (2008).[2] Jagged Little Pill, Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie, and Under Rug Swept debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, and were among the top five on the Canadian Top 50 Album Chart.[3] After leaving Maverick, Morissette released her most recent album, Havoc and Bright Lights (2012) independently via Collective Sounds.[4]

Morissette has won and been nominated for numerous awards; she has won seven Grammy Awards and twelve Juno Awards. She was nominated for Best New Artist at the 38th Grammy Awards, and won Best New Artist at the 1996 MTV Video Music Awards for her song, "Ironic". Morissette has been nominated four times for Songwriter of the Year at the Juno Awards, winning two in 1996 and 1997. Her international debut album, Jagged Little Pill, became the second-best-selling album of the 1990s, with over fifteen million copies sold by 2000 in the United States.[5] In October 2002, Rolling Stone magazine ranked Jagged Little Pill number 31 on its Women in Rock – The 50 Essential Albums list, and in 2003, the album was ranked number 327 on the magazine's "The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time". Jagged Little Pill was also featured in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.[6] Overall, Morissette has received 26 awards from 56 nominations. She was inducted into Canada's Walk of Fame in 2005.[7]

American Music Awards[edit]

The American Music Awards are awarded annually for outstanding achievements in the record industry in the United States. Alanis Morissette has received two awards from four nominations.[8][9][10]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1996 Alanis Morissette Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated
Favorite Pop/Rock New Artist Nominated
1997 Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won
Jagged Little Pill Favorite Pop/Rock Album Won

Brit Awards[edit]

The Brit Awards are the British Phonographic Industry's annual pop music awards.[11]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1996 Alanis Morissette International Breakthrough Act Won
International Female Solo Artist Nominated
1999 Nominated

Grammy Awards[edit]

The Grammy Awards are awarded annually by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences in the United States. Morissette has received seven awards from fourteen nominations.[12][13][14][15][16][17]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1996 Alanis Morissette Best New Artist Nominated
Jagged Little Pill Album of the Year Won
Best Rock Album Won
"You Oughta Know" Song of the Year Nominated
Best Female Rock Vocal Performance Won
Best Rock Song Won
1997 "Ironic" Record of the Year Nominated
Best Music Video, Short Form Nominated
1998 Jagged Little Pill, Live Best Long Form Music Video Won
1999 "Uninvited" Best Rock Song Won
Best Female Rock Vocal Performance Won
Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, television, or Other Visual Media Nominated
2000 "Thank U" Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated
2001 "So Pure" Best Female Rock Vocal Performance Nominated

Golden Globe Awards[edit]

The Golden Globe Awards are awarded annually by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Morissette has been nominated twice.[18][19]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1999 "Uninvited" Best Original Song Nominated
2006 "Wunderkind" Nominated

Juno Awards[edit]

The Juno Awards are awarded annually by the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. Morissette has received 12 awards from 21 nominations.[20][21][22][23][24][25][26][27][28][29][30][31]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1992 "Too Hot" Single of the Year Nominated
"Too Hot (Hott Shot Remix)" Best Dance Recording Nominated
Alanis Morissette Most Promising Female Vocalist Won
1996 Jagged Little Pill Album of the Year Won
Rock Album of the Year Won
Alanis Morissette Female Vocalist of the Year Won
Songwriter of the Year Won
"You Oughta Know" Single of the Year Won
1997 Alanis Morissette Songwriter of the Year Won
"Ironic" Single of the Year Won
2000 Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie Album of the Year Won
Pop/Adult Album of the Year Nominated
"So Pure" Best Video Won
Alanis Morissette Songwriter of the Year Nominated
Best Female Vocalist Nominated
2003 "Hands Clean", "So Unsexy" Jack Richardson Producer of the Year Award Won
Under Rug Swept Pop Album of the Year Nominated
Alanis Morissette Artist of the Year Nominated
2004 Feast on Scraps Music DVD of the Year Nominated
2009 Alanis Morissette Songwriter of the Year Nominated
Flavors of Entanglement Pop Album of the Year Won

MTV Europe Music Awards[edit]

The MTV Europe Music Awards are awarded annually by MTV. Morissette has received one award from three nominations.[32]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1995 Alanis Morissette Best New Act Nominated
1996 Alanis Morissette Best Female Won
"Ironic" Best Song Nominated

MTV Video Music Awards[edit]

The MTV Video Music Awards are awarded annually by MTV. Morissette has received three awards from seven nominations.[33][34]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1996 "Ironic" Video of the Year Nominated
Viewer's Choice Award Nominated
Best Direction in a Video Nominated
Best Editing in a Video Won
Best Female Video Won
Best New Artist in a Video Won
2000 "So Pure" Best Choreography in a Video Nominated

People's Choice Awards[edit]

The People's Choice Awards are held annually to recognize people in pop culture. Morissette has been nominated twice.[35]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2007 "Crazy" Favorite Remake Nominated
Favorite Song From a Movie Nominated

Others[edit]

References[edit]

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  22. ^ Renzetti, Elizabeth (March 10, 1997). "Dion, Tragically Hip dominate Junos". The Globe and Mail. p. C1. 
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  24. ^ Gill, Alexandra (February 3, 2000). "Morissette, Prozzak lead Juno race". The Globe and Mail. p. R6. 
  25. ^ Gill, Alexandra (March 13, 2000). "New pop diva takes 2 Junos / Chantal Kreviazuk beats out bigger names for best female artist". The Globe and Mail. pp. A1, A5. 
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  34. ^ "2000 Video Music Awards". MTV. Retrieved October 29, 2009. 
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