List of awards and nominations received by Ariana Grande

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Ariana Grande awards and nominations
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Grande at the 2020 Grammy Awards
Totals[a]
Wins220
Nominations581
Note
  1. ^ Certain award groups do not simply award one winner. They recognize several different recipients, have runners-up, and have third place. Since this is a specific recognition and is different from losing an award, runner-up mentions are considered wins in this award tally. For simplification and to avoid errors, each award in this list has been presumed to have had a prior nomination.

American singer and actress Ariana Grande has won many accolades and awards throughout her career. Her debut album Yours Truly was released in 2013, which debuted at No. 1 on the US Billboard 200 chart.[1] The album spawned three singles "The Way", "Baby I" and "Right There", all which entered the Hot 100.[2] That same year, she won New Artist of the Year at the American Music Awards. She played the titular role of Cat in the teen sitcom Sam & Cat (2013–14), for which she won a Favorite TV Actress award at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards.

In 2014, Grande released her second studio album, My Everything, preceded by its lead single "Problem". At the 31st annual MTV Video Music Awards, "Problem" won the Best Pop Video award, and garnered three nominations, including Best Female Video. The single also won Best Song at the 2014 MTV Europe Music Awards. She won the Favorite Breakout Artist award at the 40th ceremony of the People's Choice Awards. At the 2014 Young Hollywood Awards, Grande earned three nominations, including Hottest Music Artist. At the 57th Annual Grammy Awards, Grande was nominated for two awards. In 2015, she won another American Music Award for Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist and an iHeartRadio Music Award for Best Collaboration for "Bang Bang". She has won a total of ten Teen Choice Awards and six Radio Disney Music Awards.

In 2016, Grande released her third studio album, Dangerous Woman. She was nominated for five awards at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, which included Best Pop Video and Best Female Video for her second single "Into You". She won the American Music Award for Artist of the Year. At the 59th Annual Grammy Awards, Grande was nominated for two more awards, for Best Pop Solo Performance for her single "Dangerous Woman" as well as Best Pop Vocal Album, her second nomination in that category. In 2017, she was nominated for Artist of the Year at the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards.

In 2018, Grande released her fourth studio album, Sweetener, releasing lead single "No Tears Left to Cry". Grande was nominated for five awards at the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards, including Artist of the Year and Video of the Year for "No Tears Left to Cry", but ultimately won Best Pop Video for the latter song. In December 2018, Grande was named Billboard's Woman of the Year. In 2019, Grande released her fifth studio album, Thank U, Next, which includes the lead single "Thank U, Next". Grande was nominated for two awards at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards, winning her first award for Best Pop Vocal Album for Sweetener. She was also nominated for Best Pop Solo Performance for Sweetener's second single, "God is a Woman". Grande also won the award for International Female Solo Artist at the 2019 Brit Awards. Grande was nominated for nine awards at the 2019 Billboard Music Awards, including Top Artist; she won two awards, for Billboard Chart Achievement and Top Female Artist. Grande was also nominated for 12 awards at the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards, including Video of the Year for "Thank U, Next". She won three awards, including Artist of the Year.[3] Grande was also nominated for five Grammy awards at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album for Thank U, Next and Record of the Year for "7 Rings".[4]

Grande was nominated for nine VMAs at the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards, including Video of the Year for "Rain on Me" with Lady Gaga.[5] Grande would go on to win a Grammy Award at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for "Rain on Me" with Lady Gaga, making it the first female-collaboration to win the award. As of 2021, Grande has so far broken a total of 30 Guinness World Records.[6] At the 64th Annual Grammy Awards, Grande was nominated for three awards, for Best Pop Vocal Album for her sixth studio album, Positions, which became her fifth consecutive nomination in this category, tied for the most by any artist, and Best Pop Solo Performance for the single, "Positions", where she also tied for the most nominations in this category with four total. Furthermore, for her work on Doja Cat's third studio album, Planet Her, as a collaborator and songwriter on the track, "I Don't Do Drugs", she was nominated for Album of the Year for the second time.[7] In 2021, Grande starred in the film Don't Look Up, directed and written by Adam McKay, playing the character Riley Bina. For her role in the film - as well as for her contributions to the film's song, "Just Look Up", written and performed by Grande, she has received numerous nominations, including a Critics Choice Award and a Screen Actors Guild Award.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Award Year[a] Category Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Result Ref.
AARP Movies for Grownups Awards 2022 Best Ensemble Cast of Don't Look Up Nominated [8]
Allure Best of Beauty Awards 2022 Best New Brand r.e.m. beauty by Ariana Grande Won [9]
Best Mascara (Length) r.e.m. beauty Flourishing Lengthening Mascara Won [10]
American Music Awards 2013 New Artist of the Year Herself Won

[11]

2015 Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won [12]
Artist of the Year Nominated
2016 Won [13]
2018 Favorite Social Artist Nominated [14]
2019 Nominated [15]
Artist of the Year Nominated
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated
Tour of the Year Sweetener World Tour Nominated
Favorite Pop/Rock Album Thank U, Next Nominated
Favorite Music Video "7 Rings" Nominated
2020 "Rain on Me" (with Lady Gaga) Nominated [16]
Collaboration of the Year Nominated
Favorite Social Artist Herself Nominated
2021 Artist of the Year Nominated [17]
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated [18]
Favorite Pop Song "Save Your Tears (Remix)" (with The Weeknd) Nominated [19]
Favorite Pop/Rock Album Positions Nominated [20]
AMFT Awards[b] 2019 Best Pop Vocal Album Thank U, Next Won [22]
Best Pop Vocal Performance "Imagine" Won
2020 Best Pop Duo/Group Performance "Rain on Me" (with Lady Gaga) Won [23]
ASCAP Pop Music Awards 2015 Most Performed Songs "Problem" (featuring Iggy Azalea) Won [24]
Publisher of the Year Won
2018 Winning Songs "Side to Side" (featuring Nicki Minaj) Won [25]
2019 "God Is a Woman" Won [26]
"No Tears Left to Cry" Won
2020 "7 Rings" Won [27]
"Break Up with Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored" Won
"Breathin" Won
"Thank U, Next" Won
2022 "Positions" Won [28]
"34+35" Won
"POV" Won
ARIA Music Awards 2019 Best International Artist Thank U, Next Nominated [29]
2021 Positions Nominated [30]
Bambi Awards 2014 Best Newcomer Herself Won [31]
BBC Radio 1's Teen Awards 2016 Best International Solo Artist Nominated [32]
2017 Won [33]
2019 Won [34]
BET Awards 2014 Best New Artist Nominated [35]
Billboard.com Mid-Year Music Awards 2013 Best Newcomer Won [36]
2014 First-Half MVP Nominated [37]
Best Music Video "Problem" (featuring Iggy Azalea) Nominated
Best Televised Performance Herself, Iggy Azalea and Charli XCX Won
Most Anticipated Music Event of 2014's Second Half Grande's second album Nominated
Billboard Music Awards 2014 Top New Artist Herself Nominated [38]
2015 Top Artist Nominated [39]
Top Female Artist Nominated
Top Hot 100 Artist Nominated
Top Social Artist Nominated
Top Streaming Artist Nominated
Top Dance/Electronic Song "Break Free" (featuring Zedd) Nominated
2016 Top Social Media Artist Herself Nominated [40]
Top Female Artist Nominated
2017 Nominated [41]
Top Artist Nominated
Top Social Artist Nominated
2018 Nominated
2019 Top Artist Nominated [42]
Top Female Artist Won
Billboard Chart Achievement Award Won
Top Hot 100 Artist Nominated
Top Billboard 200 Artist Nominated
Top Streaming Songs Artist Nominated
Top Song Sales Artist Nominated
Top Radio Songs Artist Nominated
Top Social Artist Nominated
2020 Nominated [43]
Top Female Artist Nominated
Top Billboard 200 Album Thank U, Next Nominated
2021 Top Female Artist Herself Nominated [44]
Top Social Artist Nominated
Top Dance/Electronic Song "Rain on Me" (with Lady Gaga) Nominated
2022 Top Global 200 Song "Save Your Tears (Remix)" (with The Weeknd) Nominated [45]
Top Global (Excl. US) Song Nominated
Top Hot 100 Song Nominated
Top Collaboration Nominated
Top Streaming Song Nominated
Top Radio Song Nominated
Billboard Women in Music 2014 Rising Star Herself Won [46]
2018 Woman of the Year Won [47]
Bravo Otto 2013 Superstar Nominated [48]
Super-BFFs Herself and Jennette McCurdy Nominated [49]
2015 Super Female Singer Herself Bronze [50]
2021 Super International Singer Gold [51]
2022 Gold [52]
Brit Awards 2016 International Female Solo Artist Herself Nominated [53]
2019 Won [54]
2020 Nominated [55]
2021 Nominated [56]
British LGBT Awards 2017 Celebrity Straight Allies Nominated [57]
2018 Nominated [58]
Clio Awards 2019 Visual Effects "No Tears Left to Cry" Gold [59]
Music Videos Silver [60]
Social Good Ariana Grande Sweetener Tour x Head Count Bronze [61]
31 seconds to 60 seconds Memoji + Ariana Grande Silver [62]
Cosmopolitan UK Beauty Awards 2022 Best Concealer[c] r.e.m beauty by Ariana Grande Won [63]
Critics' Choice Movie Awards 2022 Best Song "Just Look Up" (With Kid Cudi) Nominated

[64]

Best Acting Ensemble Cast of Don't Look Up Nominated

[64]

Danish Music Awards 2019 Foreign Album of the Year Thank U, Next Nominated [65]
Denver Film Critics Society 2022 Best Original Song "Just Look Up" (With Kid Cudi) Nominated [66]
Detroit Film Critics Society 2021 Best Ensemble Cast of Don't Look Up Nominated [67]
FiFi Awards 2017 Fragrance of the Year Women's Popular Ariana Grande Sweet Like Candy Won [68]
2019 Fragrance of the Year Women's Popular Ariana Grande Cloud Won
Consumer Choice (Germany), Women's Popular Ariana Grande Cloud Won
2020 Best New Media Campaign Ariana Grande thank u, next Won [69]
2021 Fragrance of the Year – Popular Ariana Grande R.E.M. Won [70]
GAFFA Awards (Denmark) 2019 International Solo Artist Herself Won [71]
International Song of the Year "Thank U, Next" Won
International Album of the Year Sweetener Nominated [72]
2020 Herself International Solo Artist of the Year Nominated [73]
2021 Won [74]
Positions International Album of the Year Nominated
GAFFA Awards (Norway) 2018 International Solo Artist Herself Won [75]
International Song of the Year "God Is a Woman" Nominated
GAFFA Awards (Sweden) 2019 International Solo Artist Herself Won [76]
International Album of the Year Sweetener Won
International Song of the Year "Thank U, Next" Nominated
2021 "34+35" Nominated [77]
International Solo Artist Herself Nominated
Georgia Film Critics Association 2022 Best Original Song "Just Look Up" (with Kid Cudi) Nominated [78]
Glamour Awards 2016 International Musician/Solo Artist Herself Nominated [79]
2017 International Music Act Nominated [80]
Global Awards 2018 Best Female Nominated [81]
2019 Nominated [82]
Best Song "No Tears Left to Cry" Nominated
2020 Best Female Herself Nominated [83]
Gold Derby Film Awards 2022 Best Ensemble Cast of Don't Look Up Nominated [84]
Best Original Song "Just Look Up" (with Kid Cudi) Nominated
Gold Derby Music Awards 2021 Artist of the Year Herself Nominated [85]
Record of The Year "Rain on Me" (with Lady Gaga) Nominated
Song of The Year Nominated
Best Music Video Won
2022 Artist of the Year Herself Nominated [86]
Album of The Year Positions Nominated
Best Pop Artist Herself Nominated
Best Pop Album Positions Nominated
Best Collaboration "Save Your Tears (Remix)" (with The Weeknd) Nominated
Grammy Awards 2015 Best Pop Duo/Group Performance "Bang Bang" (with Jessie J and Nicki Minaj) Nominated [87]
Best Pop Vocal Album My Everything Nominated
2017 Dangerous Woman Nominated [88]
Best Pop Solo Performance "Dangerous Woman" Nominated
2019 "God Is a Woman" Nominated [89]
Best Pop Vocal Album Sweetener Won
2020 Album of the Year Thank U, Next Nominated [90]
Best Pop Vocal Album Nominated
Record of the Year "7 Rings" Nominated
Best Pop Solo Performance Nominated
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance "Boyfriend" (with Social House) Nominated
2021 "Rain on Me" (with Lady Gaga) Won [91]
2022 Best Pop Solo Performance "Positions" Nominated [92]
Best Pop Vocal Album Positions Nominated
Album of the Year Planet Her (as songwriter and featured artist) Nominated
Guild of Music Supervisors Awards 2020 Song Written and/or Recorded for a Film "Don't Call Me Angel" (with Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey) Nominated [93]
Hawaii Film Critics Society 2022 Best Song "Just Look Up" (With Kid Cudi) Nominated [94]
Hito Pop Music Awards 2020 Best Western Song "Break Up with Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored" Won
Hollywood Critics Association 2022 Best Ensemble Cast of Don't Look Up Nominated [95]
Hollywood Music in Media Awards 2021 Best Original Song "Just Look Up" (with Kid Cudi) Nominated [96]
Onscreen Performance Herself Nominated
Houston Film Critics Society 2022 Original Song "Just Look Up" (With Kid Cudi) Nominated [97]
iHeartRadio MMVAs 2015 Best International Artist Herself Nominated [98]
2016 iHeartRadio International Artist of the Year Nominated [99]
2018 Video of the Year "No Tears Left to Cry" Nominated [100]
Fan Fave Single Nominated
iHeartRadio Music Awards 2014 Young Influencer Award Herself Won [101]
Best Fan Army Nominated
Instagram Award Nominated
2015 Artist of the Year Nominated [102]
Best Collaboration "Bang Bang" (with Jessie J and Nicki Minaj) Won
"Problem" (featuring Iggy Azalea) Nominated
Best Fan Army Herself Nominated
2016 Nominated [103]
2017 Female Artist of the Year Nominated [104]
Best Cover Song "How Will I Know" Nominated
Best Music Video "Side to Side" (featuring Nicki Minaj) Nominated
Best Fan Army Herself Nominated
2018 Nominated [105]
Cutest Musician's Pet Toulouse Won
2019 Piggy Smallz Nominated [106]
Pop Album of the Year Sweetener Won
Artist of the Year Herself Won
Female Artist of the Year Won
Best Fan Army Nominated
Best Cover Song "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" Nominated
Best Lyric "Thank U, Next” Nominated
Best Music Video Nominated
Song That Left Us Shook Nominated
2020 Best Remix "Good as Hell (Remix)" (with Lizzo) Nominated [107]
Female Artist of the Year Herself Nominated
Best Fan Army Nominated
Best Lyrics "7 Rings” Nominated
Best Music Video Nominated
2021 Female Artist of the Year Herself Nominated [108]
Best Fan Army Nominated
Best Music Video "Rain on Me" (with Lady Gaga) Nominated
Dance Song of the Year Nominated
2022 Female Artist of the Year Herself Nominated [109]
Song of the Year "Positions" Nominated
Best Fan Army Herself Nominated
iHeartRadio Titanium Award 2019 Winning Songs "Breathin" Won [110]
"No Tears Left to Cry" Won
2020 "Thank U, Next" Won [111]
"7 Rings" Won
2021 "Positions" Won [112]
Japan Gold Disc Award 2015 New Artist of the Year (International) Herself Won [113]
Best 3 New Artists (International) Won
Best 3 Albums (International) My Everything Won
2017 International Artist of the Year Herself Won [114]
International Album of the Year Dangerous Woman Won
Best 3 Albums (International) Won
2019 Sweetener Won [115]
Joox Malaysia Music Awards 2020 International Artist of the Year (Year End) Herself Won [116]
Top 5 International Artist of the Year Won
International Hit of the Year "Stuck with U" (with Ariana Grande) Won
2022 International Artist of the Year Herself Won [117]
Joox Thailand Music Awards 2019 Nominated [118]
2020 Won [119]
Juno Awards 2017 International Album of the Year Dangerous Woman Nominated [120]
2020 Thank U, Next Nominated [121]
LOS40 Music Awards 2014 Best Breakthrough Artist in 40 Principales Herself Nominated [122]
2017 Lo + 40 Artist Award Nominated [123]
2019 Best International Album Thank U, Next Nominated [124]
2020 Best International Video "Rain on Me" (with Lady Gaga) Nominated [125]
2021 Best International Album Positions Nominated [126]
Love Perfume Awards 2019 Best Celebrity Launch Ariana Grande Cloud Won [127]
2021 Ariana Grande R.E.M. Won [128]
Lunas del Auditorio 2016 Best Foreign Language Pop Artist Herself Nominated [129]
2018 Nominated [130]
Melon Music Awards 2019 Top 10 Artists Nominated [131]
MTV Europe Music Awards 2013 Artist on the Rise Nominated [132]
2014 Best Song "Problem" (featuring Iggy Azalea) Won [133]
Best Pop Herself Nominated
Best Female Artist Won
Best New Artist Nominated
Best Push Act Nominated
Biggest Fans Nominated
2015 Best Pop Nominated [134]
2016 Nominated [135]
Best US Act Won
Biggest Fans Nominated
2017 Best Artist Nominated [136]
Biggest Fans Nominated
2018 Best Artist Nominated [137]
Best Pop Nominated
Best US Act Nominated
Best Video "No Tears Left to Cry" Nominated
Best Song Nominated
2019 Best Artist Herself Nominated [138]
Best Pop Nominated
Best Live Nominated
Biggest Fans Nominated
Best US Act Nominated
Best Song "7 Rings" Nominated
Best Video "Thank U, Next" Nominated
2020 "Rain on Me" (with Lady Gaga) Nominated [139]
Best Song Nominated
Best Collaboration Nominated
Biggest Fans Herself Nominated
2021 Nominated [140]
Best US Act Nominated
Best Collaboration "Save Your Tears (Remix)" (with The Weeknd) Nominated
MTV Italian Music Awards 2015 Wonder Woman Herself Nominated [141][142]
MTV Awards Star Nominated
2016 Best International Female Won [143]
2017 Won [144]
MTV Millennial Awards 2014 International Hit of the Year "Problem" (featuring Iggy Azalea) Nominated [145]
2015 Global Instagramer of the Year Herself Won [146]
International Hit of the Year "One Last Time" Won
2016 Global Snapchat of the Year Herself Won [147]
Fail of the Year Nominated
2017 Global Instagramer Nominated [148]
2019 Nominated [149]
Fandom Nominated
#InstaPets Piggy Smallz Nominated
Global Hit "Thank U, Next" Nominated
MTV Millennial Awards Brazil 2019 Nominated [150]
Fandom of the Year Herself Nominated
Pet of the Year Piggy Smallz Nominated
2020 International Collaboration "Stuck with U" (with Justin Bieber) Nominated [151]
"Rain on Me" (with Lady Gaga) Nominated
Global Hit Won
2021 "Positions" Nominated [152]
International Collaboration "Save Your Tears (Remix)" (with The Weeknd) Nominated
MTV Movie & TV Awards 2017 Best Musical Moment "Beauty and the Beast" (with John Legend) Nominated [153]
"You Can't Stop the Beat" (with the cast of Hairspray Live!) Nominated
2021 Best Music Documentary Ariana Grande: Excuse Me, I Love You Nominated [154]
2022 Best Song "Just Look Up" (with Kid Cudi) Nominated
MTV Video Music Awards 2014 Best Female Video "Problem" (featuring Iggy Azalea) Nominated [155]
Best Pop Video Won
Best Lyric Video Nominated
Best Collaboration Nominated
2015 "Love Me Harder" (with The Weeknd) Nominated [156]
"Bang Bang" (with Jessie J and Nicki Minaj) Nominated
2016 "Let Me Love You" (featuring Lil Wayne) Nominated [157]
Best Female Video "Into You" Nominated
Best Pop Video Nominated
Best Editing Nominated
Best Cinematography Nominated
2017 Best Choreography "Side to Side" (featuring Nicki Minaj) Nominated [158]
Artist of the Year Herself Nominated
2018 Nominated [159]
Video of the Year "No Tears Left to Cry" Nominated
Best Pop Won
Best Cinematography Nominated
Best Visual Effects Nominated
2019 Video of the Year "Thank U, Next" Nominated [3]
Song of the Year Nominated
Best Pop Nominated
Best Direction Nominated
Best Cinematography Nominated
Best Editing "7 Rings" Nominated
Best Art Direction Won
Best Power Anthem Nominated
Song of Summer "Boyfriend" (with Social House) Won
Best Hip-Hop "Rule the World" (with 2 Chainz) Nominated
Best Visual Effects "God Is a Woman" Nominated
Artist of the Year Herself Won
2020 Video of the Year "Rain on Me" (with Lady Gaga) Nominated [5]
Song of the Year Won
Best Pop Nominated
Best Cinematography Won
Best Visual Effects Nominated
Best Choreography Nominated
Best Collaboration Won
"Stuck with U" (with Justin Bieber) Nominated
Best Music Video From Home Won
2021 Artist of the Year Herself Nominated [160]
Best Pop "Positions" Nominated
Best Choreography "34+35" Nominated
2022 Best Metaverse Performance Rift Tour ft. Ariana Grande (Fortnite) Nominated [161]
MTV Video Music Awards Japan 2014 Best New Artist Video "Baby I" Won [162]
2015 Best Female Video "Problem" (featuring Iggy Azalea) Won [162]
2016 "Into You" Won [163]
Best Pop Video Nominated
2018 Best Female Video - International "No Tears Left to Cry" Won [164]
MTV Video Play Awards 2014 Winning Videos "Problem" (featuring Iggy Azalea) Won [165]
2018 "No Tears Left to Cry" Won [166]
2019 "7 Rings" Won [167]
"Thank U, Next" Won
2020 "Rain on Me" (with Lady Gaga) Won [168]
Music Business Association 2013 New Artist of the Year Herself Won [169]
Music City Film Critics Association 2022 Best Acting Ensemble Cast of Don't Look Up Nominated [170]
Best Song "Just Look Up" (With Kid Cudi) Nominated
MusicDaily Awards 2021 Best Collab "34+35 (Remix)" (featuring Doja Cat and Megan Thee Stallion) Won [171]
Myx Music Awards 2016 Favorite International Video "One Last Time" Nominated [172]
2019 "Thank U, Next" Nominated [173]
2020 "7 Rings" Nominated [174]
2021 "Rain on Me" (with Lady Gaga) Nominated [175]
NAACP Image Awards 2014 Outstanding New Artist Herself Nominated [176]
National Youth Theatre Awards 2009 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical Charlotte Won [177][178]
Neox Fan Awards 2014 Best New Act of the Year Herself Nominated [179]
New Music Awards 2015 Top40 Female Artist of the Year Won [180]
Top40 Breakthrough Artist of the Year Won
2019 AC Female Artist of the Year Won [181]
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2014 Favorite TV Actress Sam & Cat Won [182]
2015 Favorite Female Artist Herself Nominated [183][184]
Song of the Year "Bang Bang" (with Jessie J and Nicki Minaj) Won
"Problem" (featuring Iggy Azalea) Nominated
2016 Favorite Female Artist Herself Won [185]
2017 Nominated [186]
Favorite Song "Side to Side" (featuring Nicki Minaj) Nominated
2019 "Thank U, Next" Won [187]
Favorite Female Artist Herself Won
2020 Favorite Song "7 Rings" Nominated [188]
Favorite Female Artist Herself Won
2021 Won [189]
Favorite Music Collaboration "Rain on Me" (with Lady Gaga) Nominated
"Stuck with U" (with Justin Bieber) Won
2022 Favorite Female Artist Herself Won [190]
Favorite Music Collaboration "Save Your Tears (Remix)" (with The Weeknd) Nominated
Meus Prêmios Nick 2014 Favorite International Artist Herself Nominated [191]
Favorite Fandom Nominated
2015 Favorite International Artist Nominated [192]
2016 Nominated [193]
2017 Nominated [194]
International Show of the Year in Brazil Dangerous Woman Tour Nominated
Favorite International Instagrammer Herself Won
2018 Favorite International Artist Won [195]
2019 Nominated [196]
Nickelodeon Argentina Kids' Choice Awards 2014 Favorite International Artist or Group Won [197]
2015 Won [198]
2016 Nominated [199]
2018 Nominated [200]
Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards 2013 Aussie's Fave Nick Star Victorious Nominated [201]
2014 Aussies’ Fave Hottie Herself Nominated [202]
2015 Aussie/Kiwi's Favourite Fan Army Nominated [203]
Nickelodeon Colombia Kids' Choice Awards 2014 Favorite International Artist or Group Nominated [204]
2015 Nominated [205]
2016 Won [206]
2017 Nominated [207]
Best Fandom Nominated
Nickelodeon Mexico Kids' Choice Awards 2014 Favorite International Artist or Group Won [208]
2015 Nominated [209]
2016 Nominated [210]
2018 Nominated [211]
Favorite Hit "No Tears Left to Cry" Nominated
2019 Favorite International Artist or Group Herself Nominated [212]
Nickelodeon UK Kids' Choice Awards 2013 UK Favourite Fan Family Nominated [213]
NME Awards 2018 Hero of the Year Won [214]
Music Moment of the Year One Love Manchester Won
North Carolina Film Critics Association 2022 Best Original Song "Just Look Up" (With Kid Cudi) Nominated [215]
North Dakota Film Society Nominated [216]
North Texas Film Critics Association 2021 Gary Murray Award (Best Ensemble) Cast of Don't Look Up Nominated [217]
NRJ Music Awards 2014 International Breakthrough of the Year Herself Won [218]
International Song of the Year "Problem" (featuring Iggy Azalea) Nominated
2015 International Female Artist Herself Nominated [219]
2018 Won [220]
International Song of the Year "No Tears Left to Cry" Nominated
Video of the Year Nominated
2019 International Female Artist Herself Won [221]
2020 Collaboration of the Year "Rain on Me" (with Lady Gaga) Won [222]
Video of the Year Nominated
People's Choice Awards 2014 Favorite Breakout Artist Herself Won [223]
2015 Favorite Album My Everything Nominated [224]
Favorite Song "Bang Bang" (with Jessie J and Nicki Minaj) Nominated
2017 Favorite Female Artist Herself Nominated [225]
Favorite Pop Artist Nominated
Favorite Album Dangerous Woman Nominated
2018 Female Artist of the Year Herself Nominated [226]
Album of the Year Sweetener Nominated
Song of the Year "No Tears Left to Cry" Nominated
Music Video of the Year Nominated
2019 "7 Rings" Nominated [227]
Song of the Year Nominated
Female Artist of the Year Herself Nominated
Album of the Year Thank U, Next Nominated
Concert Tour of the Year Sweetener World Tour Nominated
Social Celebrity of the Year Herself Nominated
2020 Won [228]
Female Artist of the Year Won
Song of the Year "Stuck with U" (with Justin Bieber) Nominated
"Rain on Me" (with Lady Gaga) Nominated
Collaboration Song of the Year Nominated
Music Video of the Year Nominated
PLAY - Portuguese Music Awards 2019 Best International Artist Herself Nominated [229]
Pollstar Awards 2017 Best Pop Tour Dangerous Woman Tour Nominated [230]
2019 Sweetener World Tour Nominated [231]
Q Awards 2019 Best Live Performance Herself Nominated [232]
Queerty Awards 2021 Anthem "Rain on Me" (with Lady Gaga) Won [233]
Radio Disney Music Awards 2014 Chart Topper Award Herself Won [234]
Breakout Artist Nominated [235]
Most Talked About Artist Nominated
2015 Best Female Artist Won [236]
Song of the Year "Problem" (featuring Iggy Azalea) Won
Artist with the Best Style Herself Nominated
Most Talked About Artist Won
2016 Best Song To Dance To "Focus" Won [237]
2017 Best Female Artist Herself Won [238]
Best Collaboration "Beauty and the Beast" (with John Legend) Nominated
Rockbjörnen 2017 Concert of the Year Herself Nominated
2018 Foreign Song of the Year "No Tears Left to Cry" Nominated [239]
2019 "7 Rings" Nominated [240]
2021 "Rain on Me" (with Lady Gaga) Nominated [241]
RTHK International Pop Poll Awards 2018 Super Gold Song "Beauty and the Beast" (with John Legend) Won
Top Ten International Gold Songs Won
2019 "7 Rings" Won [242]
"Thank U, Next" Won
The Best Selling English Album Thank U, Next Won
Top Female Artist Herself Silver
2020 Bronze [243]
Top Ten International Gold Songs "Boyfriend" (with Social House) Won
2021 "Rain on Me" (with Lady Gaga) Won [244]
San Diego Film Critics Society 2022 Best Ensemble Cast of Don't Look Up Won [245]
Satellite Awards 2019 Best Original Song "Don't Call Me Angel" (with Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey) Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards 2022 Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Cast of Don't Look Up Nominated [246]
SELF Healthy Beauty Awards 2022 Best Liquid Eyeliner R.E.M. Beauty at the Borderline Eyeliner Marker Won [247]
Selfridges Beauty Awards Launch of the Year r.e.m. beauty by Ariana Grande Won [248]
Shorty Awards 2017 Best in Music Herself Nominated [249]
2019 Storyteller of the Year Won [250]
Society of Composers and Lyricists Awards 2022 Outstanding Original Song for a Comedy or Musical Visual Media Production "Just Look Up" (With Kid Cudi) Won [251]
Space Shower Music Awards 2017 Best International Artist Herself Nominated [252]
2019 Won [253]
Spotify Awards 2020 Most-Streamed Female Artist Nominated [254]
Most-Streamed Female Artist – For Users From 13 to 17 Years Old Nominated
Most-Streamed Female Artist – For Users From 18 to 29 Years Old Nominated
Spotify Plaques 2020 1,000,000,000 Streams "7 Rings" Won [255]
"Thank U, Next" Won
2021 "Side to Side" (featuring Nicki Minaj) Won
"No Tears Left to Cry" Won
2022 "Bang Bang" (with Jessie J and Nicki Minaj) Won
"Into You" Won
"Positions" Won
"One Last Time" Won
2023 "Save Your Tears (Remix)" (with The Weeknd) Won
Streamy Awards 2017 Cover Song "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" Won [256]
Sunset Circle Awards 2021 Best Ensemble Cast of Don't Look Up Nominated [257]
TEC Awards 2022 Outstanding Creative Achievement – Record Production/Single or Track "Positions" Won [258]
Teen Choice Awards 2013 Choice Breakout Artist Herself Nominated [259]
Choice Music: Summer Female Artist Nominated
Choice Style Icon Nominated
Choice Love Song "The Way" (featuring Mac Miller) Nominated
2014 Choice Female Artist Herself Won [260]
Choice Music: Summer Female Artist Nominated
Choice Hottie: Female Nominated
Choice Fanatic Fans Nominated
Choice Music Single: Female Artist "Problem" (featuring Iggy Azalea) Won
Choice Break-Up Song "Break Free" (featuring Zedd) Nominated
Choice Web: Collaboration Herself and Alfie Deyes Nominated
2015 Choice Music: Summer Female Artist Herself Nominated [261]
Choice Song: Female Artist "One Last Time" Won
"Bang Bang" (with Jessie J and Nicki Minaj) Nominated
Choice Summer Music Artist: Female Herself Nominated
Choice Summer Tour The Honeymoon Tour Nominated
Choice Instagrammer Herself Won
2016 Choice Music: Female Artist Nominated [262]
Choice Summer Music Star: Female Nominated
Choice Song: Female Artist "Dangerous Woman" Won
Choice Love Song "Into You" Nominated
Choice Selfie Taker Herself Won
2017 Choice Female Artist Won [263]
Choice Summer Tour Dangerous Woman Tour Won
Choice Snapchatter Herself Won
Choice Change Maker Won
Choice Fandom Nominated
2018 Choice Female Artist Nominated [264]
Choice Summer: Female Artist Nominated
Choice Snapchatter Won
Choice Song: Female Artist "No Tears Left to Cry" Nominated
Choice Pop Song Nominated
2019 "Thank U, Next" Won [265]
Choice Song: Female Artist "7 Rings" Nominated
Choice Female Artist Herself Nominated
Choice Summer Tour Sweetener World Tour Nominated
Choice Fandom Herself Nominated
Telehit Awards 2015 Most Popular Video in Telehit "Break Free" (featuring Zedd) Nominated [266]
Female Soloist of the Year Herself Nominated
2016 Nominated [267]
Video English Network Order "Focus" Nominated
2017 Female Soloist of the Year Herself Nominated [268]
2019 Best Solo Female Act Nominated [269]
Best Anglo Video "7 Rings" Nominated
Ticketmaster Awards 2019 Touring Milestone Sweetener World Tour Won
Victoria's Secret What Is Sexy Awards 2015 Sexiest Songstress Herself Won [270]
Webby Awards 2022 Best Fashion & Beauty r.e.m. beauty Won [271]
Best Mobile User Interface Won
Best Mobile Visual Design - Aesthetic Won
World Music Awards 2014 World's Best Entertainer of the Year Herself Nominated [272]
World's Best Female Artist Nominated
World's Best Live Act Nominated
World's Best Song "The Way" (featuring Mac Miller) Nominated
World's Best Video Nominated
World's Best Song "Popular Song"(Mika featuring Ariana Grande) Nominated
World's Best Video Nominated
World Soundtrack Awards 2022 Best Original Song "Just Look Up" (With Kid Cudi) Nominated [273]
Young Hollywood Awards 2014 Hottest Music Artist Herself Nominated [274]
Song of the Summer/DJ Replay "Problem" (featuring Iggy Azalea) Nominated
Best Social Media Superstar Herself Nominated
Coolest Cross Over Artist Nominated
YouTube Music Awards 2015 50 Artists to Watch Won [275]

Other accolades[edit]

World records[edit]

Name of publication, year the record was awarded, name of the record, and the name of the record holder
Publication Year World record Record holder R. Status Ref.
Guinness World Records 2018 Fastest time for a music track to reach 100 million streams on Spotify "Thank U, Next" Eliminated [276]
Most simultaneous viewers for a music video on YouTube Premieres Eliminated [277]
Most streamed track in one week by a female artist on the Billboard charts Record [278]
Most streams on Spotify in one year for a female musician Herself Eliminated [279]
2019 Most subscribers for a musician on YouTube (female) Record [280]
Most subscribers for a musician on YouTube (female) Record [281]
Most streamed track on Spotify in one week (female) "7 Rings" Eliminated [282]
Most streamed track on Spotify in one week Eliminated [283]
Most streamed pop album in one week (USA) Thank U, Next Record [284]
Most streamed album by a female artist in one week (USA) Eliminated [285]
Most streamed album by a female artist in one week (UK) Record [286]
First solo act to occupy top three positions simultaneously on US singles chart Herself Record [287]
2020 Most followers on Instagram for a female Eliminated [288]
Most subscribers for a musician on YouTube (female) Record [289]
Most followers on Spotify (female) Record [290]
Fastest hat-trick of UK No.1 singles by a female artist Record [291]
Most simultaneous Top 40 entries on US singles chart by a female artist Record [292]
First female artist to replace herself at No.1 on UK singles chart Record [293]
First solo artist to replace themselves at No.1 on UK singles chart for two consecutive weeks Record [294]
Most popular Eevee tattoo Record [295]
Most MTV VMA nominations for Best Collaboration Record [296]
Most monthly listeners on Spotify for a female Record [297]
Most streamed act on Spotify (female) Eliminated [298]
Most songs to debut at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 Eliminated [299]
Highest annual earnings for a female musician (current year) Record [300]
2021 Most followers on Instagram for a female Eliminated [301]
Most followers on Instagram for a musician Record [302]
Most followers on Instagram for a female musician Record [303]
2022 Most Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards blimps won for Favorite Female Artist Record [304]
Most songs to debut at No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100 (female) Record [305]

Listicles[edit]

Name of publisher, name of listicle, year(s) listed, and placement result
Publisher Listicle Year(s) Result Ref.
Billboard The Greatest Pop Star By Year (1981-2021) 2019 Placed [306][307]
2015, 2018, 2021 Honorable Mention
The 100 Greatest Music Video Artists of All Time 2020 63rd [308]
The 100 Greatest Albums of the 2010s 2019 8th (Thank U, Next) [309]
38th (Sweetener)
Songs That Defined the Decade Placed ("Thank U, Next") [310]
Greatest of All Time Holiday 100 Songs 2021 21st ("Santa Tell Me") [311]
The 100 Best Christmas Songs of All Time 13th ("Santa Tell Me") [312]
Top 50 Breakup Songs of All Time 2022 40th ("Thank U, Next") [313]
Top 20 Thank You Songs About Being Grateful 1st ("Thank U, Next") [314]
The 50 Greatest Album Covers of All Time 38th (Sweetener) [315]
Brandwatch Most Influential People on Twitter 2016 12th [316]
2019 9th [317]
2020-2021 7th [318][319]
Consequence of Sounds The 100 Top Albums of the 2010s 2019 97th (Thank U, Next) [320]
The 100 Top Songs of the 2010s 64th ("Thank U, Next") [321]
Forbes 30 Under 30 2013 Placed [322]
World's Highest-Paid Women in Music 2019 Placed [323]
Celebrity 100 2019-2020 Placed [324]
Genius The Genius Community’s 100 Best Albums of the 2010s 2019 95th (Dangerous Woman) [325]
Glamour 104 Women Who Defined the Decade in Pop Culture Placed [326]
The Hollywood Reporter The Hollywood Reporter’s 40 Biggest Celebrity Entrepreneurs in 2022 2022 12th [327]
Insider The 20 top artists of the decade 2019 Placed [328]
The 200 Best Albums of the 2010s 15th (Thank U, Next) [329]
NME 10 Artists Who Defined The Decade 7th [330]
The Best Songs Of The Decade 28th ("No Tears Left to Cry") [331]
Next Luxury 20 of the Most Popular Female Singers of All Time 2022 Placed [332]
Paste The 30 Best Pop Albums of the 2010s 2019 28th (Sweetener) [333]
People Women Changing the Music Industry Today 2022 Placed [334]
Pitchfork The 200 Best Albums of the 2010s 2019 100th (Sweetener) [335]
The 200 Most Important Artists of Pitchfork’s First 25 Years (under "The Essentials") 2021 Placed [336]
Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs of All Time 137th ("Thank U, Next") [337]
The 50 Best Albums of 2019 2019 1st (Thank U, Next) [338]
The 200 Greatest Singers of All Time 2023 43rd [339]
Rolling Stone India 2019 The 50 Albums of the Decade 40th (Sweetener) [340]
Stereogum The 200 Best Albums of the 2010s 42nd (Sweetener) [341]
Time Time 100 (under "Artists" with tribute written by Jason Robert Brown) 2016 Placed [342]
Next Generation Leaders 2018 Placed [343]
The Best Songs of 2018 3rd ("Thank U, Next") [344]
Time 100 (under "Artists" with tribute written by Troye Sivan) 2019 Placed [345]
Time Out The 65 best Christmas songs of all time 2022 21st ("Santa Tell Me") [346]
Uproxx All The Best Albums Of The 2010s 2019 48th (Thank U, Next) [347]
68th (Sweetener)
Variety Variety500: The 500 Most Important People in Global Media 2017 Placed [348]
Youth Impact (under "Music") 2014 Placed [349]
YPulse The 17 Musicians Gen Z & Millennials Say Represent Their Generations 2019 3rd [350]

State honors[edit]

Name of country, year given, and name of honor
Country Year Honor Ref.
United Kingdom 2017 Honorary citizenship of Manchester [351]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Indicates the year of ceremony. Each year is linked to the article about the awards held that year, wherever possible.
  2. ^ AMFT Awards is an online awards group.[21]
  3. ^ Cosmopolitan Winter Beauty Award

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