List of awards and nominations received by Avril Lavigne

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Avril Lavigne awards and nominations
Avril Lavigne at the Grammy Museum in September, 2019.
Avril Lavigne at the Grammy Museum in September, 2019.
Totals[a]
Wins180
Nominations368
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. Awards in certain categories do not have prior nominations and only winners are announced by the jury. For simplification and to avoid errors, each award in this list has been presumed to have had a prior nomination.

Canadian singer and songwriter Avril Lavigne has received various awards and nominations throughout her career. She is the recipient of five ASCAP Awards, seven BMI Awards, an Echo Award, three Guinness World Records, nine Juno Awards, nine MuchMusic Video Awards, two NRJ Music Awards, three Teen Choice Awards, six World Music Awards and twenty-seven MTV Awards around the world. She has also been nominated for eight Grammy Awards, three American Music Awards, three Brit Awards and four Billboard Music Awards.

Lavigne's first studio album. Let Go (2002), was certified seven-times Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America[1] and sold over 20 million copies worldwide. The album won Album of the Year at Juno Awards of 2003, while at the 45th Annual Grammy Awards it was nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album. It spawned two Billboard Hot 100 top-five singles, "Complicated" and "I'm with You" were both nominated for Song of the Year and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance at the Grammy Awards in 2003 and 2004, respectively. The former won an International Achievement Award at the SOCAN Awards in Toronto.[2] She won awards for Best New Artist at several award ceremonies in 2002 and 2003, including MTV Video Music Award for Best New Artist, Juno Award for New Artist of the Year and the Echo Award for Most Successful International Newcomer of the Year.

Lavigne's second album, Under My Skin (2004) It debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 and arned the singer five nominations at the Juno Awards of 2005, winning three of them; Artist of the Year, Juno Fan Choice Award and Pop Album of the Year. Her third album The Best Damn Thing (2007) produced her most successful single to date, "Girlfriend", which peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot 100. Its music video became the first on YouTube to reach 100 million views and became the most watched video of all time on the site in 2008. The single received several awards, including Most Addictive Track at the 2007 MTV Europe Music Awards, Song of the Year at Los Premios MTV Latinoamérica 2007, Choice Music: Single at 2007 Teen Choice Awards, the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Award for Favorite Song and was nominated for Single of the Year at the Juno Awards of 2008. In addition, Lavigne won International Female Artist of the Year at the 2008 NRJ Music Awards. She also won two consecutive People's Choice Favourite Canadian Artist at the 2007 and 2008 MuchMusic Video Awards.

In January 2010, recorded the song, "Alice" for the Tim Burton's feature film Alice in Wonderland. The song received a nomination for Best Original Song at the Satellite Awards 2010 and won Best Video From a Film at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards Japan. In the next year, Lavigne released her fourth studio album, Goodbye Lullaby, which peaked at number one in Australia and became her fourth album to reach the top five on the Billboard 200. The album was nominated for Album of the Year and Pop Album of the Year at the Juno Awards of 2012. The first single from the album, "What The Hell", was successful, reaching number one in Japan, the top five in Asia and the Top 10 in Europe. The song won the Billboard Japan Music Award for Hot 100 Airplay of the Year. Her fifth album Avril Lavigne (2013), won the RTHK International Pop Poll Award for The Best Selling English Album, also received a nomination at the 2014 World Music Awards for World's Best Album. The lead single from the album "Here's to Never Growing Up" won International Video of the Year By A Canadian at the 2013 MuchMusic Video Awards.

AG Canadian Hair Cosmetics Awards[edit]

The AG Canadian Hair Cosmetics Awards recognize Canada's most notable celebrities for their unique, trendsetting hairstyles. The winners are chosen by the votes of over 600 Canadian hairstylists across the country.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2008 Herself Favorite Canadian Musician Hair Won [3]
2010 Sexiest Hair on a Canadian Musician Won [4]

American Music Awards[edit]

The American Music Awards is an annual music awards show launched in 1973, by television personality Dick Clark to compete with the Grammy Awards. Avril Lavigne has been nominated thrice.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2003 Herself Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated [5]
2004 Nominated [6]
2007 Nominated [7]

ASCAP Awards[edit]

The American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers is an American non-profit performance-rights organization (PRO).ASCAP honors its top members in a series of annual awards shows in seven different music categories: pop, rhythm and soul, film and television, Latin, country, Christian, and concert music.[8] Lavigne has won five accolades.

ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards[edit]

The ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards, first held in 1986,[9] honor ASCAP lyricists, composers, and publishers of the most popular music performed on television and in films. Avril Lavigne has won once.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2004 "I'm with You" Most Performed Song from a Motion Picture Won [10]

ASCAP Pop Music Awards[edit]

The annual ASCAP Pop Music Awards honors the songwriters and publishers of the most performed pop songs. Lavigne has received four awards.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2004 "Complicated" Most Performed Songs Won [11]
[12]
"I'm with You" Won
2006 "My Happy Ending" Won [13]
2008 "Girlfriend" Won [14]

Billboard Awards[edit]

Japan Billboard Music Awards[edit]

The Billboard Japan Music Awards are held annually in Japan. The artists are eligible for the prize by topping one of the Billboard Japan charts. Lavigne has won thrice.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2010 "Alice" Japan Billboard Adult Contemporary of the Year Won [15]
2011 Herself Japan Billboard Pop Artist of the Year Won [16]
"What The Hell" Japan Billboard Hot 100 Airplay of the Year Won

Billboard.com Mid-Year Music Awards[edit]

Voted online in the Billboard's official site, the Billboard.com Mid-Year Music Awards honor artists for their achievements in the first half of the year.[17] Lavigne has been nominated once.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2013 "Here's to Never Growing Up" Best Music Video Nominated [18]

Billboard Music Awards[edit]

The Billboard Music Awards are held annually by Billboard magazine. Finalists are determined by year-end chart performance rather than a vote. Avril Lavigne has been nominated four times.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2002 Herself Top Female Artist of the Year Nominated [19]
Top New Pop Artist of the Year Nominated
"Complicated" Top 40 Track of the Year Nominated
2003 "I'm with You" Mainstream Top 40 Single of the Year Nominated [20]

BMI Awards[edit]

Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) is one of the major United States performing rights organizations. It collects license fees on behalf of songwriters, composers, and music publishers and distributes them as royalties to those members whose works have been performed. BMI annually hosts award shows that honor the songwriters, composers and music publishers of the year's most-performed songs in the BMI catalogue. Avril Lavigne has received seven awards throughout her career.

BMI Pop Music Awards[edit]

The main pop music award was founded in 1952.[21] And recognize the 50 most performed pop songs from the BMI catalog. Lavigne has received six awards.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2003 "Complicated" Award-Winning Songs Won [22]
2004 Won [23]
"I'm with You" Won
2006 "My Happy Ending" Won [24]
2009 "When You're Gone" Won [25]
2012 "What The Hell" Won [26]

BMI London Awards[edit]

BMI London Awards celebrates the UK and European songwriters, producers and publishers of the most-performed songs of the year on U.S. radio and television.[27] Lavigne has won once.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2012 "What The Hell" Award-Winning Songs Won [28]

Bravo Otto[edit]

Established in 1957, the Bravo Otto is a German accolade presented by the magazine Bravo. The award is presented in gold, silver and bronze and, since 1996, an honorary platinum statuette presented for lifetime achievement.[29] Lavigne has received two awards.[a]

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2002 Herself Female Singer Silver [30]
Shooting Star Solo Won

Brazil Music Awards[edit]

The Brazil Music Awards is a brazilian annual awards ceremony, acknowledge to most successful artists (national and international). Avril Lavigne won two awards.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2002 Herself International Breakthrough Artist Won [31]
2003 Let Go International Album of the Year Won [32]

Brit Awards[edit]

The Brit Awards are an annual awards ceremony presented by the British Phonographic Industry, related to popular music.[33] Avril Lavigne has been nominated thrice.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2003 Herself International Breakthrough Act Nominated [33]
International Female Solo Artist Nominated
2005 British Pop Act Nominated [34]

Canadian Music & Broadcast Industry Awards[edit]

The annual Canadian Music & Broadcast Industry Awards (MBIA) celebrate legends, inspirations, trailblazers and the best of the year.[35] Lavigne has received an award.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2003 Herself Canadian Talent Development Story of the Year Won [36]

Capricho Awards[edit]

The Capricho Awards was an annual awards with categories consisting of music, TV, cinema, Internet, among others and organized by the Brazilian teen magazine Capricho, with open voting on the official website of Editora Abril. Avril Lavigne has received seven awards from eleven nominations.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2004 Herself International Singer Won [37]
Most Stylish International Won
"My Happy Ending" International Song Won
2007 Herself International Singer Nominated [38]
2008 Most Stylish International Won [39]
"Girlfriend" Best Video at YouTube Nominated
2011 Herself International Singer Won [40]
Most Stylish International Won
The Black Star Tour Best Live Concert Won
2012 Herself Favorite Notice Nominated [41]
2014 Meme of the Year Nominated [42]

CEW Beauty Awards[edit]

Each year CEW’s Beauty Awards honors the most groundbreaking, game-changing launches and brands in mass and prestige beauty.[43]

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2010 Black Star Woman's Secent Mass Won [44]

Channel [V] Thailand Music Video Awards[edit]

The Channel V Thailand Music Video Awards were established in 2002 by Channel [V] Thailand. The awards were divided into three main categories: the popular awards, which are voted by viewers, the best awards and special awards voted by music industry professionals. Lavigne has won once.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2003 "Complicated" Popular International Music Video By A New Artist Won [45]

Chart Attack's Year-End Readers' Poll[edit]

Chart Attack's Year-End Readers' Poll was an annual awards with categories consisting of music, organized by the Canadian online music publication ChartAttack. Lavigne won three awards from thirteen nominations.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2005 "Don't Tell Me" Best Video Nominated
2007 Herself Sexiest Canadian Woman Won [46]
Best Haircut Nominated
"Girlfriend" Best Song Won
Best Video Nominated
"Hot" Nominated
2009 Herself Sexiest Canadian Woman Nominated [47]
Best Haircut Nominated [48]
Sweet Happenings In Music This Year Nominated [49]
Stinky Happenings In Music This Year Nominated [50]
2010 Sexiest Canadian Woman Won
Best Haircut Nominated
"Alice" Best Song Won [51]

Comet Music Awards[edit]

Since 1995, VIVA held an annual pop music award ceremony known as the Comet. Lavigne has won an award from two nominations.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2003 Herself Newcomer International Nominated [52]
2004 Act International Won [53]

Common Sense Media Award[edit]

Common Sense Media (CSM) is a non-profit organization that acknowledge the visionary media creators, educators, and policymakers. Lavigne has won once.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2004 Herself Best Musician Won [54]

Danish Music Awards[edit]

The Danish Music Awards, previously known as Dansk Grammy, is a music award ceremony presented by IFPI Danmark since 1989.[55] Lavigne has won once.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2003 Herself Foreign Newcomer of the Year Won [56]

Echo Awards[edit]

The Echo Awards is a German music award event which is held annually. Each year's winner is determined by the previous year's sales. Avril Lavigne received four nominations and won an award.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2003 Herself International Newcomer of the Year Won [57]
2004 Best International Rock/Pop Female Artist Nominated [58]
2005 Nominated
2008 Nominated

Edison Music Awards[edit]

The Edison Music Award is an annual Dutch music prize awarded for outstanding achievements in the music industry. Lavigne has received an award.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2003 Let Go Best International New Artist/Group Won [59]

EV.Gerard Music Awards[edit]

The EV.Gerard Music Awards (EVMA) is a digital award established in 2011 by the web site, Ev.gerard World Music, the winners are chosen based on voting by fans around the world.[60] Avril Lavigne has been nominated twice.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2011 "Smile" Best Alternative Video Nominated [60]
"Complicated" Video of the Decade Nominated

FiFi Awards[edit]

The FiFi Awards is an annual event sponsored by The Fragrance Foundation which honors the fragrance industry's creative achievements.[61] Lavigne has received two nominations.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2010 Black Star Women`s Popular Appeal Nominated [62]
2011 Forbidden Rose Nominated [63]

GAFFA Awards[edit]

GAFFA Awards (Denmark)[edit]

Delivered since 1991, the GAFFA Awards are a Danish award that rewards popular music by the magazine of the same name.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2002 Herself Best Foreign Female Act Nominated [64]
Best Foreign New Act Won

Galgalatz Awards[edit]

Galgalatz is an Israeli radio station broadcast by Israeli Defense Forces Radio.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2007 Herself Artist of the Year Won [65]

Glamour Awards[edit]

The Glamour Awards is an annual set of awards hosted by Glamour magazine. Lavigne has received one nomination.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2007 Herself International Solo Artist of the Year Nominated [66]

Gold Disc Award Hong Kong[edit]

The Industry recognised Gold Disc Award was launched in Hong Kong since 1977. The Award provides artists the official recognition and measure of success under a common standard of sales and audit supported by the industry.[67] Lavigne has won four awards.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2003 Let Go Top Ten Best Selling Foreign Albums Won [68]
2004 Under My Skin Won
2007 The Best Damn Thing Won
2011 Goodbye Lullaby Won

Grammy Awards[edit]

The Grammy Awards are awarded annually by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS).[69] Avril Lavigne received eight nominations.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2003 Herself Best New Artist Nominated [70]
Let Go Best Pop Vocal Album Nominated
"Complicated" Song of the Year Nominated
Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated
"Sk8er Boi" Best Female Rock Vocal Performance Nominated
2004 "I'm with You" Song of the Year Nominated [71]
Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated
"Losing Grip" Best Female Rock Vocal Performance Nominated

Groovevolt Music Fashion Awards[edit]

The Groovevolt Music Fashion Awards was an online music award established by the Groovevolt.com. Lavigne has been nominated once.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2005 Under My Skin Best Female Album Nominated [72]

Guinness World Records[edit]

The Guinness World Records is a reference book published annually, containing a collection of world records.[73] Lavigne currently holds three records.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2002 Herself Second Artist to have three No. 1 singles from a debut album on the Billboard Mainstream Top 40 Won [74]
Let Go Youngest female solo artist to have a number-one album in the UK Won [75]
2008 "Girlfriend" First video to reach 100,000,000 views online Won [76]

Huading Awards[edit]

The Huading Awards are a set of entertainment awards in China. The awards were set up by Tianxia Yingcai Cultural Media Co., LTD and are held more than once each year across multiple entertainment media from Chinese television shows to international films and music.[77] Lavigne has received one award.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2013 Herself World's Best Singer Won [78]

Hungarian Music Awards[edit]

The Hungarian Music Awards have been given to artists in the field of Hungarian music since 1992.[79] The award categories are similar to Grammy Awards in the United States and Brit Awards in the United Kingdom. Lavigne has received two nominations.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2003 Let Go Foreign Modern Rock Album of the Year Nominated [80]
2005 Under My Skin Nominated [81]

Imperio Music Awards[edit]

The Imperio Music Award is an music award organized by the website, Imperio Musica. Lavigne won seven awards.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2004 Herself Artist of the Year Won [82]
Best Female Artist Won
"My Happy Ending" Video of the Year Won
2008 Herself Artist of the Year Won [83]
"Girlfriend" Song of the Year Won
Best Pop Video Won
"When You're Gone" Video of the Year Won

Ivor Novello Awards[edit]

The Ivor Novello Awards, named after the entertainer Ivor Novello, are awards for songwriting and composing. They have been presented annually in London by the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors (BASCA) since 1956.[84] Lavigne has won once.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2003 "Complicated" International Hit Of The Year Won [85]

Japan Gold Disc Awards[edit]

The Japan Gold Disc Awards is a Japanese annual award ceremony, established in 1987 by the Recording Industry Association of Japan.[86] Lavigne has received twelve awards.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2003 Herself Artist of the Year Won [87]
New Artist of the Year Won
Let Go Rock&Pop Album of the Year Won
2005 Under My Skin Won [88]
2006 Live at Budokan: Bonez Tour Music Video of the Year Won [89]
2008 Herself Artist of the Year Won [90]
The Best Damn Thing Album of the Year Won
Best 3 Albums Won
"Girlfriend" Mastertone of the Year Won
Single Track of the Year (Mobile) Won
2012 Goodbye Lullaby Best 3 Albums Won [91]
2020 Head Above Water Won [92]

Juno Awards[edit]

The Juno Awards are presented annually to Canadian musical artists and bands to acknowledge their artistic and technical achievements in all aspects of music. Winners are currently chosen by members of the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences or, depending on the award, a panel of experts. Avril Lavigne is one of the biggest Canadians at the Juno Awards with twenty-seven nominations and nine awards

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2003 Herself Songwriter of the Year Nominated [93]
New Artist of the Year Won
Juno Fan Choice Award Nominated
Let Go Album of the Year Won
Pop Album of the Year Won
"Complicated" Single of the Year Won
2004 Herself Juno Fan Choice Award Nominated [94]
My World Music DVD of the Year Nominated
2005 Herself Artist of the Year Won [95]
Songwriter of the Year Nominated
Juno Fan Choice Award Won
Under My Skin Album of the Year Nominated
Pop Album of the Year Won
2008 Herself Artist of the Year Nominated [96]
Songwriter of the Year Nominated
Juno Fan Choice Award Nominated
The Best Damn Thing Album of the Year Nominated
"Girlfriend" Single of the Year Nominated
2011 "Young Artists for Haiti: Waving Flag" Won [97]
2012 Herself Juno Fan Choice Award Nominated [98]
Goodbye Lullaby Album of the Year Nominated
Pop Album of the Year Nominated
2014 Herself Juno Fan Choice Award Nominated [99]
2015 Avril Lavigne Pop Album of the Year Nominated [100]
2019 Herself Juno Fan Choice Award Won [101]
2020 Pending [102]
Head Above Water Pop Album of the Year Pending

J-Wave Awards[edit]

The J-Wave Awards is a japanese annual award ceremony established in 1995 as a reward for most outstanding songs. Avril Lavigne has received two awards from eleven nominations.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2002 Herself Best New Artist Won [103]
"Complicated" Song of the Year Nominated
"Sk8er Boi" Nominated
2003 "I'm with You" Nominated [104]
"Losing Grip" Nominated
2004 "Don't Tell Me" Won [105]
"My Happy Ending" Nominated
2007 "Girlfriend" Nominated [106]
2010 "Alice" Nominated [107]
2011 "What The Hell" Nominated [108]
2013 "Rock N Roll" Nominated [109]

KKBox Music Awards[edit]

The KKBox Music Awards, an annual music event organized by Taiwanese music streaming platform KKBox.[110] Avril Lavigne received an award in 2014.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2014 Herself 2013 Best Western Artist Won [111]

Lunas del Auditorio[edit]

Lunas del Auditorio are sponsored by The National Auditorium in Mexico to honor the best live shows in the country.[112] Avril Lavigne has received one award from four nominations.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2003 Herself Best Foreign Pop Nominated [113]
2006 Won [114]
2008 Nominated [115]
2014 Nominated [116]

Meteor Music Awards[edit]

A Meteor Music Awards was an accolade bestowed upon professionals in the music industry in Ireland and further afield. Lavigne won an award.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2003 Herself Best International Female Won [117]

MTV Awards[edit]

MTV, the first and most popular music television network in the U.S. has a long history of hosting live music events in which awards are handed out. Along with MTV's related channels around the world, the network produces over 20 award shows annually. Lavigne has won 27 awards from 67 nominations.

Los Premios MTV Latinoamérica[edit]

Los Premios MTV Latinoamérica was the Latin American version of the Video Music Awards. They were established in 2002 to celebrate the top music videos of the year in Latin America and the world. Lavigne has received six nominations and won five awards.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2002 Herself Best New Artist — International Won [118]
Best Pop Artist — International Nominated
2003 Won [119]
2004 Won [120]
2007 Won [121]
"Girlfriend" Song of the Year Won

MTV Asia Awards[edit]

The MTV Asia Awards was the Asian equivalent of the Europe MTV EMA. Established in 2002, the show gives recognition and awards to Asian and international artists in achievement, cinema, fashion, humanitarian, and music. Lavigne won four awards from six nominations.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2003 Herself Style Award Won [122]
Favorite Female Artist Won
Favorite Breakthrough Artist Won
2005 Favorite Female Artist Won [123]
2008 Favorite International Artist in Asia Nominated [124]
"Girlfriend Remix" (ft. Lil Mama) Best Hook-up Nominated

MTV Europe Music Awards[edit]

The MTV Europe Music Awards (EMA) were established in 1994 by MTV Networks Europe to celebrate the most popular music videos in Europe.[125] Avril Lavigne has won two awards from eight nominations.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2002 Herself Best New Act Nominated [126]
2004 Best Female Nominated [127]
Best Pop Nominated
2007 Best Solo Won [128]
[129]
The Best Damn Thing Best Album Nominated
"Girlfriend" Most Addictive Track Won
2014 Herself Best Canadian Act Nominated [130]
2019 Nominated [131]

MTV Fan Music Awards[edit]

The MTV Fan Music Awards is an annual awards ceremony established in 2011 by the MTV television network. Avril Lavigne has received two awards from five nominations in 2011.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2011 Herself Best American Artist Nominated [132]
Best Fashion Nominated
Goodbye Lullaby Album of the Year Nominated
"What The Hell" Song of the Year Won
"Alice" Best Movie Song Won

MTV Italian Music Awards[edit]

The MTV Italian Music Awards, also known as TRL (Total Request Live) Awards, are hosted annually in Italy by MTV. They award the best video, performers, and artists of the year.[133] Avril Lavigne won five awards from fifteen nominations.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2006 Herself First Lady Won [134]
2008 Won [135]
"Girlfriend" Best Number One of the Year Nominated
2010 Herself Best International Act Nominated [136]
"Alice" Best Video Nominated
2011 Herself Wonder Woman Award Nominated [137]
[138]
Best Look Won
2012 Best Fan Nominated [139]
Best Look Nominated
2014 Artist Saga Nominated [140]
2015 Nominated [141]
Best Fan Won
2016 Artist Saga Nominated [142]
MTV Award Star Won
2017 Artist Saga Nominated [143]

MTV Russia Music Awards[edit]

The MTV Russia Music Awards made its debut in 2004 and have celebrated local Russian talent as well as International. Lavigne has won once.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2007 Herself Best International Act Won [144]

MTV Video Music Awards[edit]

The MTV Video Music Awards were established in 1984 by MTV to celebrate the top music videos of the year. Lavigne won an award from five nominations.[145]

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2002 "Complicated" Best New Artist in a Video Won [146]
2003 "I'm with You" Best Female Video Nominated [147]
"Sk8er Boi" Best Pop Video Nominated
2004 "Don't Tell Me" Nominated [148]
2007 "Girlfriend" Monster Single of the Year Nominated [149]

MTV Video Music Awards Japan[edit]

The MTV Video Music Awards Japan is the Japanese version of the MTV Video Music Awards. Initially, Japan was part of the MTV Asia Awards, which were part all Asian countries, but because of the musical variety existent in Japan, a factor that neighboring countries have not, in May 2002 they began to hold their own awards independently.[150] Lavigne won three awards from eleven nominations.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2003 Let Go Album of the Year Nominated [151]
"Complicated" Video of the Year Nominated
Best Female Video Nominated
Best New Artist Won
2005 "My Happy Ending" Best Female Video Nominated [152]
2008 The Best Damn Thing Album of the Year Nominated [153]
"Girlfriend" Best Pop Video Won
Best Karaokee! Song Nominated
2011 "Alice" Nominated [154]
Best Video From a Film Won
2014 "Rock N Roll" Best Karaokee! Song Nominated [155]

MTV Video Music Brazil[edit]

The MTV Video Music Brazil (VMB) are MTV Brazil's annual award ceremony, established in 1995. Lavigne has nominated thrice.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2003 "Complicated" Best International Video Nominated [156]
2004 "Don't Tell Me" Nominated [157]
2005 "He Wasn't" Nominated [158]

TMF Awards[edit]

The TMF Awards are an annual television awards show broadcast live on TMF (The Music Factory) established in 1995. Lavigne received six nominations and won three awards.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2002 Herself Most Promising: International Won [159]
"Complicated" Best Clip: International Won
2003 Herself Best Rock: International Won
2007 Best Female: International Nominated [160]
2008 Nominated [161]
Best Pop: International Nominated

MuchMusic Video Awards[edit]

The MuchMusic Video Awards is an annual awards ceremony presented by the Canadian music video channel MuchMusic.[162] Lavigne received nineteen nominations and won nine awards.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2003 "Sk8er Boi" Best International Video By A Canadian Won [163]
People's Choice Favourite Canadian Artist Won
2004 "Don't Tell Me" Best International Video By A Canadian Won [164]
People's Choice Favourite Canadian Artist Won
2005 "My Happy Ending" Nominated [165]
2007 "Girlfriend" Best International Video By A Canadian Won [166]
People's Choice Favourite Canadian Artist Won
2008 MuchMusic.com Most Watched Video Nominated [167]
[168]
"When You're Gone" UR Fave: Artist Won
2010 "Alice" International Video of the Year By A Canadian Nominated [169]
UR Fave: Video Nominated
"Young Artists for Haiti: Wavin' Flag" MuchMusic.com Most Watched Video Won
2011 "What The Hell" International Video of the Year By A Canadian Nominated [170]
[171]
UR Fave: Artist Nominated
"Smile" MuchMusic.com Most Watched Video Nominated
2012 International Video of the Year By A Canadian Nominated [172]
2013 "Here's To Never Growing Up" Won [173]
2014 "Rock N Roll" Nominated [174]
Your Fave Artist/Group Nominated

Myx Music Awards[edit]

The Myx Music Awards is an annual awards show in the Philippines honoring both Filipino and International Music.[175] Lavigne has been nominated once.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2008 "Girlfriend" Favorite International Video Nominated [176]

Nickelodeon Choice Awards[edit]

ITA Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards[edit]

The ITA Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards are an italian version of Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards established in 2006 by Nickelodeon Italy. Lavigne has received an award from two nominations.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2007 Herself Best International Artist/Band Nominated [177]
2008 Best Female Singer Won [178]

Meus Prêmios Nick[edit]

The Meus Prêmios Nick is an annual awards show that awards entertainers with a blimp trophy, as voted by kids online. Lavigne has won twice.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2003 Herself Favorite International Artist Won [179]
2005 Won [180]

Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards[edit]

The Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards honor entertainers with a blimp trophy, as voted by children.[181] Lavigne has been nominated once.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2007 "Girlfriend" Fave Song Nominated [182]

Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards[edit]

The Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards are annual award shows held by Nickelodeon.[183] Lavigne won three awards from four nominations.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2003 Herself Favorite Female Singer Nominated [184]
[185]
"Sk8er Boi" Favorite Song Won
2005 Herself Favorite Female Singer Won [186]
2008 "Girlfriend" Favorite Song Won [187]

Nickelodeon Mexico Kids' Choice Awards[edit]

The Nickelodeon Mexico Kids' Choice Awards is an annual awards show that awards entertainers with a blimp trophy. Lavigne has received two nominations and won an award.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2003 Herself Favorite International Band/Solo Won [188]
2010 "Alice" Favorite Song Nominated [189]

Nickelodeon UK Kids' Choice Awards[edit]

The Nickelodeon UK Kids' Choice Awards, also known as the KCAs, is an annual awards show, similar to the American and Australian versions. Lavigne has received one award from two nominations

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2007 Herself Best Female Singer Nominated [190]
"Girlfriend" MTV Hits Best Music Video Won

NME Awards[edit]

The NME Awards are an annual music awards show founded by the music magazine NME.[191] Lavigne received an award from two nominations.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2003 Herself Best Solo Artist Nominated [192]
Most Sexiest Woman Won

NRJ Music Awards[edit]

The NRJ Music Awards were created in 2000 by the radio station NRJ in partnership with the television network TF1.[193] Lavigne has received two awards from three nominations.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2004 Herself International Breakthrough of the Year Nominated [194]
2005 International Female Artist of the Year Won [195]
2008 Won [196]

Paja Awards[edit]

The Paja Award is an asian online music award. Lavigne has received two awards from three nominations.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2007 Herself Favorite Female Singer Won [197]
The Best Damn Thing Album of the Year Nominated
"When You're Gone" Single of the Year Won

People's Choice Awards[edit]

The People's Choice Awards is an awards show honoring people and their work in popular culture based on online votes.[198] Avril Lavigne has been nominated once.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2005 Herself Favorite Female Musical Performer Nominated [199]

Planeta Awards[edit]

The Planeta Award is presented annually by the Peruvian radio station of the same name.[200] Lavigne received two awards from four nominations

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2007 Herself Singer of the Year Won [200]
"Girlfriend" Pop/Hip Hop Song of the Year Nominated
"When You're Gone" Ballad of the Year Won
Best Female Vocal Interpretation Nominated

Popstar Awards[edit]

The Popstars Awards is an annual music awards show, founded by the teen magazine, Popstar¡. Lavigne has been nominated twice.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2008 Herself Best Female Artist Nominated [201]
"Girlfriend" Best Video Nominated

PortalMix Awards[edit]

Portal Mix is a spain entertainment website. Lavigne received one acknowledgment in 2007.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2007 The Best Damn Thing International Album of the Year Won [197]

Premios Oye![edit]

The Premios Oye! (Premio Nacional a la Música Grabada) are presented annually by the Academia Nacional de la Música en México for outstanding achievements in the Mexican record industry.[202] Lavigne won three awards from five nominations.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2003 Let Go Main English Female Won [203]
Main English Breakthrough of the Year Won
2004 Under My Skin Main English Record of the Year Won [204]
2007 The Best Damn Thing Nominated [205]
"Girlfriend" Main English Song of the Year Nominated

Radio Music Awards[edit]

Canadian Radio Music Awards[edit]

The Canadian Radio Music Awards are an annual series of awards presented by the Canadian Association of Broadcasters that are part of Canadian Music Week.[206] Avril Lavigne received nine nominations and won eight awards.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2003 Herself Best New Solo Artist Won [207]
Socan Songwriter Award Won
Fan Choice Award Won
"Complicated" Best New Group or Solo Artist Won
"Losing Grip" Best New Solo Artist (Rock) Won
2004 Herself Fan Choice Award Won [208]
2005 Won [209]
2008 Nominated [210]
2011 "Young Artists for Haiti: Waving Flag" Socan Song of the Year Won [211]

US Radio Music Awards[edit]

The Radio Music Awards was an annual U.S. award show that honored the year's most successful songs on mainstream radio. Nominations were based on the amount of airplay recording artists receive on radio stations in various formats using chart information compiled by Mediabase.[212] Avril Lavigne received one award from six nominations.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2003 Herself Artist of the Year/Modern Adult Contemporary Radio Nominated [213]
[214]
Artist of the Year/Top 40 Radio Nominated
"Complicated" Song of the Year/Modern Adult Contemporary Radio Won
"I'm with You" Nominated
Song of the Year/Top 40 Radio Nominated
2005 Herself Artist of the Year/Adult Hit Radio Nominated [215]

Radio Disney Music Awards[edit]

The Radio Disney Music Awards is an annual awards show which is operated and governed by Radio Disney, an American radio network.[216] Avril Lavigne won eight awards from twenty nominations.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2002 Herself Best Female Artist Won [217]
Let Go Best Album Won
"Complicated" Best Song Won
Best Homework Song Won
2003 Herself Best Female Artist Nominated [218]
"Sk8er Boi" Best Song to Air Guitar Won
Best Video That Rocks Nominated
"I'm with You" Best Song That Makes You Turn Up the Radio Nominated
2004 Herself Best Female Artist Nominated [219]
"Don't Tell Me" Best Song Nominated
"My Happy Ending" Best Song to Air Guitar Won
2007 Herself Best Female Artist Nominated [220]
[221]
Best Top 40 Artist Nominated
Most Talked About Artist Nominated
"Girlfriend" Best Song Nominated
Best Song to Dance Won
Best Song to Sing to an Ex Nominated
Best Video That Rocks Nominated
2014 "Here's To Never Growing Up" Best Song to Rock Out to With Your BFF Nominated [222]
2019 Herself Shero Award Won [223]

RTHK International Pop Poll Awards[edit]

The RTHK International Pop Poll Awards is an annual award show presented at RTHK Studio 1 that honors the best in international and national music established in 1989. Lavigne won six awards.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2005 Herself Top Female Artist Gold [224]
[37]
Under My Skin The Best Selling English Album Won
"Don't Tell Me" Super Gold Song Won
Top Ten International Gold Songs Won
2008 "Girlfriend" Won [225]
2014 Avril Lavigne The Best Selling English Album Won [226]

Satellite Awards[edit]

Voted for by the International Press Academy, the Satellite Awards are held annually and honor achievements in television and film.[227] Lavigne has been nominated once.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2010 "Alice" Best Original Song Nominated [228]

SOCAN Awards[edit]

The SOCAN Awards is an annual event, held in both Toronto and Montréal, which celebrates the songwriting, composing and music publishing achievements of our Anglophone and Francophone members alike.[229] Lavigne won ten awards.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2003 "Complicated" International Achievement Won [2]
Pop/Rock Music Award Won
"Sk8er Boi" Won [230]
2004 "I'm with You" Won [229]
2006 "My Happy Ending" International Achievement Won
"Breakaway" Pop/Rock Music Award Won
2008 "Girlfriend" SOCAN Salutes Won
Pop/Rock Music Award Won
"When You're Gone" Won
"Keep Holding On" Won

Spike Guys Choice Awards[edit]

The Spike Guys Choice Awards is an awards show produced by the Viacom cable channel Spike from 2007 to 2016. The winners were originally chosen based on voting by fans and viewers of the channel until 2015, when the show started presenting the honorees. Lavigne has been nominated once.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2008 Herself Sexiest Siren Nominated [231]

Teen Choice Awards[edit]

The Teen Choice Awards are voted by teenagers to honor the year's biggest achievements in music, movies, fashion, sports, and television.[232] Avril Lavigne received eleven nominations and won three awards.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2003 Herself Choice Music: Female Artist Nominated [233]
Choice Female Fashion Icon Nominated
Let Go Choice Music: Album Nominated
"Sk8er Boi" Choice Music: Single Won
"I'm with You" Choice Music: Love Song Nominated
2004 Herself Choice Music: Female Artist Won [234]
[235]
Choice: Music Tour Nominated
Choice Female Fashion Icon Nominated
2005 Choice Music: Female Artist Nominated [236]
2007 Choice Summer Music Star Nominated [237]
[238]
"Girlfriend" Choice Music: Single Won

Tudo Information Awards[edit]

The Tudo Information Awards is a brazilian annual awards ceremony, acknowledge to most outstanding artists of the year on TV, Web and music. Lavigne has been nominated once.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2018 "Head Above Water" Music of Return Nominated [239]

VH1 Big Awards[edit]

VH1's Big Awards was an award show that aired on VH1 in the United States. Lavigne has been nominated twice.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2002 Herself Lolita Ford Nominated [240]
"Complicated" Can't Get You Out of My Head Nominated

Virgin Media Music Awards[edit]

The Virgin Media Music Awards is an annual awards ceremony presented by Virgin Media.[241] Lavigne has received one award from three nominations.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2007 Herself Best International Act Won [241]
Best International Female Artist Nominated
"Girlfriend" Best Track Nominated

V Charts Awards[edit]

V Chart Awards is a music award ceremony organised by the largest independent music website in China, YinYueTai. Avril Lavigne has received three awards.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2014 Herself Favorite Artist Of The Year - Western Won [242]
Top Female Artist - Western Won
2016 Favorite Artist Of The Year - Western Won [243]

We Love Pop Awards[edit]

The We Love Pop Awards is presented annually by the pop magazine of the same name. Lavigne has been nominated once.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2014 Herself Best Solo Star Nominated [244]

World Music Awards[edit]

The World Music Award is an international awards show founded in 1989 that annually honors recording artists based on worldwide sales figures provided by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI).[245] Avril Lavigne has received six awards from fourteen nominations.

Year Nominee/ Work Award Result Ref.
2002 Herself World's Best Canadian Pop/Rock Artist Won [246]
2003 World's Best Canadian Artist Won [247]
2004 World's Best Pop/Rock Artist Won [248]
World's Best-Selling Canadian Artist Won
2007 World's Best Selling Pop Rock Female Artist Won [249]
World's Best-Selling Canadian Artist Won
2014 World's Best Entertainer of the Year Nominated [250]
World's Best Female Artist Nominated
World's Best Live Act Nominated
Avril Lavigne World's Best Album Nominated
"Here's to Never Growing Up" World's Best Song Nominated
World's Best Video Nominated
"Let Me Go" (ft. Chad Kroeger) World's Best Song Nominated
World's Best Video Nominated

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ At this award show, runners-up are considered winners in spite of being in second or third place.

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