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Britney Spears awards and nominations
Totals[a]
Wins232
Nominations490
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.

Britney Spears is an American singer, songwriter, dancer, and actress. At age 20, she was inducted into the Hollywood Walk of Fame—the youngest artist in the recording industry to be awarded a star.[1] She has been nominated for eight Grammy Awards and six American Music Awards, winning one of each. She has won eight Billboard Music Awards from twenty-one nominations, including the Millennium Award in 2016.

Upon their release, Spears's first two studio albums, ...Baby One More Time (1999) and Oops!... I Did It Again (2000), achieved commercial success and made her the best-selling teenage artist of all time according to Guinness World Records. Though both albums received mixed critical response, the former won a Billboard Music Award and a Teen Choice Award, while the latter won two Billboard Music Awards.

In 2001, Spears released her self-titled third studio album, Britney. The album earned two Grammy nominations—Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for "Overprotected". The following year, Spears made her feature film debut with a leading role in Crossroads (2002), which was a box office success. However, the film received negative reviews from film critics, and Spears won Worst Actress at the 23rd Golden Raspberry Awards and Worst Original Song for "I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman".[2] Her fourth studio album In the Zone (2004) included "Toxic", which won the Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording, and a Visual Effects Society Award.[a][5]

In 2007, Spears released her fifth studio album, Blackout, for which she won Album of the Year at the MTV Europe Music Awards and International Album at the NRJ Music Awards. The album was added to the library and archives of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.[6] The following year, she released her sixth album, Circus, which included the lead single "Womanizer". It won International Video of the Year at the 10th NRJ Music Awards. The song was also nominated for Best Dance Recording at the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards and Video of the Year at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards. In 2009, she released the greatest hits album The Singles Collection, and the song "3" from the album debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100, making her the seventh female artist to achieve this milestone. In the same year, she was named the youngest female to have five number-one studio albums in the US by Guinness World Records.[7]

At the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards, Spears was awarded the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award, becoming the third woman to win it. She also won Best Pop Video for "Till the World Ends", making her the only artist to receive this award three times. Spears previously held the record for most Teen Choice Awards with 11 wins before being surpassed by Taylor Swift in 2011. Spears was awarded the Icon award by the Teen Choice Awards in 2015, Music Choice Awards in 2016, and Radio Disney Music Awards in 2017. She also received a Vanguard Award at the GLAAD Media Awards in 2018. In 2020, Rolling Stone named her debut single "...Baby One More Time" as the greatest debut single of all time, and listed Blackout at number 441 in their 500 Greatest Albums of All Time ranking.[8][9]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Name of the award ceremony, year presented, award category, nominee(s) of the award and the result of the nomination
Award Year[b] Category Recipient(s) Result Ref(s).
4Music Video Honours 2009 World's Greatest Popstar Britney Spears Nominated [10]
[11]
2011 Best Video "Till the World Ends" Nominated [12]
"I Wanna Go" Nominated
Amadeus Austrian Music Awards 2000 International Newcomer of the Year Britney Spears Won [13]
2001 International Solo Pop/Rock Artist "Oops!... I Did It Again" Nominated [14]
American Choreography Awards 2001 Outstanding Achievement in Commercials "Joy of Pepsi"[c] Nominated [16]
2004 Outstanding Achievement in Music Video Kevin Tancharoen and Columbus Short for "Me Against The Music"
(featuring Madonna)
Nominated [17]
2008 Sandip Soparrkar for "Womanizer" Nominated [18]
American Music Awards 2000 Favorite New Pop/Rock Artist Britney Spears Won [19]
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated
Favorite Pop/Rock Album ...Baby One More Time Nominated
2001 Oops!... I Did It Again Nominated [20]
Artist of the Year Britney Spears Nominated
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated
APRA Music Awards 2000 Most Performed Foreign Work "...Baby One More Time" Nominated [21]
[22]
Bambi Awards 2008 Best International Pop Star Britney Spears Won [23]
[24]
Barbie Award 2002 Barbie Award Won [25]
Basenotes Fragrance Awards 2007 Best Celebrity Fragrance For Women of the Year Curious Nominated [26]
Fantasy Nominated
2008 Best Celebrity Women's Fragrance Nominated [27]
2009 Nominated [28]
Best of Las Vegas Awards 2015 Best Overall Show Britney: Piece of Me Gold [29]
[30]
Best Bachelorette Party Gold
2016 Best Singer/Musician[d] Britney Spears Gold
Best Resident Performer Gold
Best Bachelorette Party Silver
Best Banchelor Party Silver
2017 Best Bachelorette Party Gold
Best Resident Performer Gold
Best Bachelor Party Gold
Best Production Show Britney: Piece of Me Gold
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards 2000 Favorite CD ...Baby One More Time Nominated [31]
Favorite Female New Artist Nominated
2001 Favorite Female Pop Artist Oops!... I Did It Again Won [32]
Favorite Female Artist of the Year Nominated [33]
Favorite CD Nominated
Billboard Mid-Year Music Awards 2011 First-Half MVP Britney Spears Won [34]
Best Dressed Nominated
Best Comeback Nominated
Best Song "Hold It Against Me" Won
Best Album Femme Fatale Won
Best Music Video "I Wanna Go" Won
Best Tour Femme Fatale Tour Won
2012 Most Anticipated Event The X Factor Won [35]
2013 New music from Britney Spears Won [36]
2015 Most Buzzed-About Moment "Pretty Girls" (with Iggy Azalea) Nominated [37]
Billboard Music Awards 1999 Artist of the Year Britney Spears Nominated [38]
[39]
Female Artist of the Year Won
Top New Artist Won
Top Billboard 200 Artist Nominated
Top Billboard 200 Album ...Baby One More Time Nominated
Female Albums Artist of the Year Won
Female Singles Artist of the Year "...Baby One More Time" Won
2000 Female Artist of the Year Britney Spears Nominated [40]
[41]
Top Billboard 200 Artist Nominated
Albums Artist of the Year Oops!... I Did It Again Won
Top Billboard 200 Album Nominated
Biggest One-Week Sales of an Album Ever by a Female Artist Won
2001 Female Albums Artist of the Year Britney Nominated [42]
2004 Top Female Artist Britney Spears Nominated [43]
Top Billboard 200 Album Nominated
Mainstream Top 40 Artist of the Year Nominated
Top Hot 100 Artist Nominated
Top-Selling Dance Single of the Year "Me Against The Music" (featuring Madonna) Won
2012 Top Dance/Electronic Song "Till the World Ends" Nominated [44]
Top Dance Artist Britney Spears Nominated
2016 Millennium Award Won [45]
Billboard Music Video Awards 2002 Adult Contemporary: Best Clip of the Year "Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know" Nominated [46]
Billboard Touring Awards 2009 Top Touring Artist of the Decade Britney Spears Nominated [47]
Top Tour The Circus Starring Britney Spears Nominated [48]
2011 Femme Fatale Tour Nominated [49]
Bizarre Awards 2016 Woman of the Year Britney Spears Won [50]
BMI Film, TV & Visual Media Awards[e] 2005 Best Original Song "Follow Me"[f] Won [58]
2008 Won [59]
Bravo A-List Awards 2009 A-List Album Circus Won [60]
A-List Download "Circus" Won
A-List Artist of the Year Britney Spears Won
Bravo Otto 1999 Best Female Singer Gold [61]
2000 Gold [62]
2001 Bronze [63]
2008 Silver [64]
BRIT Awards 2000 Best International Female Nominated [65]
International Breakthrough Act Nominated
2001 Best International Female Nominated [66]
Best Pop Act Nominated
BreakTudo Awards 2018 Best Summer Tour Piece of Me Tour Nominated
Capricho Awards 2001 Best International Female Artist Britney Spears Won [67]
2004 Won [68]
2008 Best International Singer Won [69]
Best International Music Video "Piece of Me" Won
2009 Best International Female Singer Britney Spears Won [70]
Capital Radio Awards 2000 London's Favourite International Female Artist Won
CDDB Silicon Awards 1999 Most Played Single on Computers in the world "...Baby One More Time" Won [71]
CD:UK 2000 Britney Spears Won [72]
Channel [V] Thailand Music Video Awards 2002 Popular International Music Video "I'm a Slave 4 U" Won [73]
2004 Popular International Female Artist Britney Spears Won
2011 Nominated [74]
Comet Awards 1999 Best International Newcomer Won [75]
2000 Best International Artist Won
2004 Nominated [76]
Best International Video "Toxic" Nominated
2008 Queen of Pop 2008 Britney Spears Won [77]
Cosmopolitan Awards 2003 Fun, Fearless Female of the Year Won [78]
2008 Ultimate Women of the Year Won [79]
2010 Best Celebrity Fragrance For Women Circus Fantasy Won [80]
2013 Island Fantasy Nominated [81]
Danish Music Awards[g] 2000 Foreign Newcomer of the Year Britney Spears Won [82]
Drama Desk Awards 1993 Outstanding Actress in a Musical Britney Spears, Laura Bell Bundy and Natalie Portman for Ruthless! Nominated [83]
E! Awards 2001 Entertainer of the Year Britney Spears Shortlisted [84]
Echo Music Prize 2000 International Newcomer of the Year Nominated [85]
International Artist of the Year Nominated
2001 International Rock/Pop Singles of the Year "Lucky" Nominated
International Artist of the Year Britney Spears Won
Emma-gaala 2000 Foreign Artist of the Year Nominated [86]
2010 Nominated [87]
FiFi Awards 2005 Consumer's Women Choice Awards by CosmoGirl! Magazine Curious Won [88]
2006 Luxe Women's Awards Fantasy Shortlisted [89]
2016 Women's Fragrance of the Year – Popular Shortlisted [90]
2019 Prerogative Shortlisted [91]
Social Media Campaign of the Year Britney Spears Shortlisted
GAFFA Awards (Denmark) 1999 Foreign New Name Won [92]
2008 Best Foreign Female Act Nominated [93]
Gaygalan Awards 2005 International Song of the Year "Toxic" Won [94]
GLAAD Media Awards 2018 Vanguard Award Britney Spears Won [95]
Glammy Awards 2006 The Best Fragrances Curious Won [96]
2007 Won
2008 Won
2009 Won
2010 Won
Glamour Awards 2003 Women of the Year Britney Spears Won [97]
2010 International Musician/Solo Artist Nominated [98]
2012 Nominated [99]
Golden Raspberry Awards 2003 Worst Actress[h] Crossroads Won [100]
Worst Original Song "I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman" Won
"Overprotected" Nominated
Worst Screen Couple Britney Spears and Anson Mount in Crossroads Nominated
2005 Worst Supporting Actress Fahrenheit 9/11 Won [101]
2006 Most Tiresome Tabloid Targets Mr. Kevin and Mrs. Britney, their baby (Sean Preston Federline), and their camcorder Nominated [102]
Grammy Awards 2000 Best New Artist Britney Spears Nominated [103]
Best Female Pop Vocal Performance "...Baby One More Time" Nominated
2001 "Oops!... I Did It Again" Nominated
Best Pop Vocal Album Oops!... I Did It Again Nominated
2003 Britney Nominated
Best Female Pop Vocal Performance "Overprotected" Nominated
2005 Best Dance Recording "Toxic" Won
2010 "Womanizer" Nominated
GV Music & Fashion Awards[i] 2004 Video of the Year "Toxic" Won [105]
[106]
[107]
[108]
Best Song Performance - Female "Everytime" Won
Most Fashionable Artist Britney Spears Won
Best Album - Female In The Zone Won
Hungarian Music Awards 2000 Foreign Pop Album of the Year ...Baby One More Time Nominated [109]
2001 Oops!... I Did It Again Nominated [110]
Hollywood Beauty Awards[j] 2018 Fragrance of the year Fantasy Won [112]
[113]
Hong Kong Top Sales Music Awards 2005 Best Foreign Sales Releases Greatest Hits: My Prerogative Won [114]
iHeartRadio Music Awards 2017 Best Fan Army Britney Spears Nominated [115]
International Dance Music Awards 2003 Best Dance Video "Me Against The Music" (featuring Madonna) Nominated [116]
Best Pop Nominated
2004 Best Pop Dance Track "Toxic" Nominated [117]
Best Dance Solo Artist Nominated
2007 Best Pop Dance Track "Gimme More" Nominated [118]
Best Dance Solo Artist Nominated
2009 Best Pop Dance Track "Womanizer" Nominated [119]
Best Music Video Nominated
Best Solo Artist Britney Spears Nominated
2010 Best Pop Dance Track "3" Nominated [120]
Best Music Video Nominated
Best Solo Artist Britney Spears Nominated
2012 Best Pop Dance Track "Scream & Shout" (with will.i.am) Nominated [121]
Japan Gold Disc Awards 2000 International New Artist of the Year Britney Spears Won [122]
[123]
2003 International Music Video of the Year Short-Form "I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman" Won [124]
[125]
International Music Video of the Year Long-Form Britney Spears Live from Las Vegas Won
2004 International Rock Albums of the Year In The Zone Won [126]
2005 International Rock & Pop Albums of the Year Greatest Hits: My Prerogative Won [127]
International Music Videos of the Year Britney Spears: In the Zone[k] Won
Greatest Hits: My Prerogative Won
Juno Awards 1999 Best Selling Album (Foreign or Domestic) ...Baby One More Time Nominated [129]
2000 Oops!... I Did It Again Nominated [130]
2010 International Album of the Year Circus Nominated [131]
LOS40 Music Awards 2011 Best International Artist Britney Spears Nominated [132]
Los Premios MTV Latinoamérica[l] 2002 Best International Pop Artist Nominated [133]
[134]
2009 Best International Pop Artist Nominated [135]
Best Fan Club Won
Best Ringtone "Womanizer" Nominated
Lunas del Auditorio 2003 Best International Pop Singer Britney Spears Nominated [136]
M6 Awards[m] 1999 Best Music Video "...Baby One More Time" Won [138]
MAMA Music Awards 2000 Best International Artist "Oops!... I Did It Again" Won [139]
2002 "I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman" Nominated [140]
Meteor Ireland Music Awards 2004 Best International Female Artist Britney Spears Nominated [141]
Meus Prêmios Nick 2009 Personality of the Year Nominated [142]
MOBO Awards 2004 Best Chart Act (US Artist) Britney Spears Nominated [143]
MP3 Music Awards 2009 Best Female Vocalist Song "If U Seek Amy" Nominated [144]
MTV Asia Awards 2002 Favorite Female Artist Britney Spears Won [145]
2003 Favorite Video "I Love Rock 'n' Roll" Nominated [146]
2005 Favorite Female Artist Britney Spears Nominated [147]
MTV Australia Awards 2005 Best Female Nominated [148]
Best Dance Video "Toxic" Nominated
Sexiest Video Nominated
2009 Best Moves "Circus" Won [149]
[150]
MTV Digital Days 2016 International Digital Army Britney Spears Won [151]
MTV Europe Music Awards 1999 Best Song "...Baby One More Time" Won [152]
Best Pop Won
Best Female Britney Spears Won
Best Breakthrough Act Won
2000 Best Female Nominated [153]
Best Song "Oops!... I Did It Again" Nominated
Best Pop Nominated
2001 "I'm a Slave 4 U" Nominated [154]
2002 Best Female Britney Spears Nominated [155]
2004 Best Song "Toxic" Nominated [156]
Best Pop Nominated
Best Female Britney Spears Won
2008 Album of the Year Blackout Won [157]
Best Act of 2008 Britney Spears Won
Best Act Ever Nominated
2009 Best Video "Circus" Nominated [158]
2011 Best North American Act Britney Spears Won [159]
[160]
Best Worldwide Act Nominated
Best Pop Nominated
MTV Movie Awards 2002 Best Dressed Britney Spears in Crossroads Nominated [161]
Best Breakthrough Performance Nominated
MTV Video Music Awards 1999 Best Pop Video "...Baby One More Time" Nominated [162]
Best Choreography Nominated
Best Female Video Nominated
International Viewer's Choice Nominated
2000 Best Dance Video "(You Drive Me) Crazy" Nominated [163]
Best Female Video "Oops!... I Did It Again" Nominated
Viewer's Choice Nominated
Best Pop Video Nominated
2001 Best Pop Video "Stronger" Nominated [164]
2002 Best Female Video "I'm a Slave 4 U" Nominated [165]
Best Dance Video Nominated
Best Choreography Nominated
2003 Best Video From a Film "Boys" Nominated [166]
2004 Best Female Video "Toxic" Nominated [167]
Best Dance Video Nominated
Best Pop Video Nominated
Video of the Year Nominated
2008 Best Female Video "Piece of Me" Won [168]
[169]
Best Pop Video Won
Video of the Year Won
2009 Best Pop Video "Womanizer" Won [170]
Video of the Year Nominated
Best Art Direction "Circus" Nominated
Best Choreography Nominated
Best Cinematography Nominated
Best Direction Nominated
Best Editing Nominated
2011 Best Choreography "Till the World Ends" Nominated [171]
[172]
Best Pop Video Won
Vanguard Award Britney Spears Won
MTV Video Music Awards Japan 2002 Best Female Artist Nominated [173]
Best Pop Artist Nominated
2004 Best Collaboration "Me Against The Music" (featuring Madonna) Nominated [174]
Best Female Video Nominated
2008 Best Female Video "Gimme More" Nominated [175]
Best Pop Video Nominated
2009 Video of the Year "Womanizer" Nominated [176]
Best Female Video Nominated
MTV Video Music Brazil Awards 2004 Best International Video "Me Against The Music" (featuring Madonna) Nominated [177]
2005 "Do Somethin'" Nominated [178]
2008 Best International Artist Britney Spears Nominated [179]
2009 Won [180]
2011 Nominated [181]
MTV Video Play Awards 2011 Most Played Music Video of The Year "Till the World Ends" Won [182]
[183]
[184]
"Hold It Against Me" Won
"I Wanna Go" Won
MTV Italian Music Awards[n] 2003 First Lady of TRL Awards Britney Spears Won [185]
The Gridlock Award Nominated [186]
The Evolution Award Nominated
The Free Ride Award Crossroads Nominated
2004 The Gridlock Award Britney Spears Won [187]
Best TRL Performances "Me Against The Music" (featuring Madonna) Won
2008 First Lady of TRL Award Britney Spears Nominated [188]
[189]
Queen of TRL Won
Best #1 TRL Video of all time "...Baby One More Time" Won
Best #1 of the Year "Gimme More" Nominated
2009 "Womanizer" Nominated [190]
First Lady of TRL Award Britney Spears Nominated
2011 Wonder Woman Award Nominated [191]
2015 Artist Saga Nominated [192]
2016 Won [193]
2017 Nominated [194]
MTV Award Star Nominated [195]
Music Choice Awards 2016 Icon Award Won [196]
Music Week Awards 1999 Highest selling singles artist in the UK Won [197]
2019 Marketing Campaign Britney Spears and Sony Music Won [198]
MuchMusic Video Awards 1999 Favorite International Artist "...Baby One More Time" Won [199]
[200]
2000 Best International Video "Oops!... I Did It Again" Nominated [201]
Favorite International Artist Nominated
2004 Best International Video "Toxic" Nominated [202]
Favorite International Artist Nominated
2009 Best International Video "Womanizer" Nominated [203]
Favorite International Artist Nominated
2011 Best International Video "Till the World Ends" Nominated [204]
Favorite International Artist Nominated
2013 Best International Video "Scream & Shout" (with will.i.am) Nominated [205]
My VH1 Music Awards 2000 Best Stage Spectacle Britney Spears Nominated [206]
[207]
Booty Shake Nominated
You Want Fries With That Album? Nominated
2001 Navel Academy Won [208]
[209]
Is It Hot in Here or Is It Just My Video "Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know" Nominated
There's no "I" in "team" "What's Going On" Won
2006 Big Mama Britney Spears Won [210]
Music Video Production Association Awards[o] 2002 Best Makeup Fran Cooper for "I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman" Won [212]
2003 Best Cinematography Martin Coppen for "Overprotected" Won [213]
2004 Best Choreography "Me Against The Music" (featuring Madonna) Nominated [214]
2012 Best Direction of a Female Artist Chris Marrs Piliero for "I Wanna Go" Won [215]
Best Pop Video Won
Ray Kay for "Till the World Ends" Won
Myx Music Awards 2009 Favorite International Video "Womanizer" Nominated [216]
National Music Publishers Association 2018 Best Songwriter Britney Spears Won [217]
Neil Bogart Memorial Fund 2002 Children's Choice Award Won [218]
NewNowNext Awards 2009 Always Next, Forever Now Award Won [219]
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2000 Favorite Female Singer Won [220]
Favorite Song "(You Drive Me) Crazy" Nominated
2001 Favorite Female Singer Britney Spears Won [221]
Favorite Song "Oops!... I Did It Again" Nominated
2002 Favorite Female Singer Britney Spears Nominated [222]
Favorite Song "Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know" Nominated
2003 Favorite Female Singer Britney Spears Nominated [223]
2005 Favorite Song "Toxic" Nominated [224]
NME Carling Awards 2002 Best Pop Act Britney Spears Nominated [225]
2005 Worst Style Won [226]
2008 Worst Album Blackout Won [227]
2009 Circus Nominated [228]
Now! Awards 1999 Most Essential Song "...Baby One More Time" Won [229]
[230]
[231]
[232]
[233]
[234]
2004 "Toxic" Won
Best Song Won
Best Video Won
2011 Least Essential Song "Hold It Against Me" Won
2018 Best Song of Last 35 years "...Baby One More Time" Won
Best Song of the Decade 1990s Won
Best Song of the Decade 2000s "Toxic" Won
Best Female Artist Britney Spears Won
NRJ Music Awards 2008 International Album of the Year Blackout Won [235]
2009 International Female Artist of the Year Britney Spears Won [236]
International Video of the Year "Womanizer" Won
2012 International Female Artist of the Year Britney Spears Nominated [237]
O Music Awards 2011 Best Fan Forum Nominated [238]
Most Outrageous Tweet Won
Outer Critics Circle Award 1992 Outstanding Actress in a Musical Britney Spears, Laura Bell Bundy and Natalie Portman for Ruthless! Nominated [83]
People's Choice Awards 2000 Favorite Female Music Performer Britney Spears Nominated [239]
2001 Nominated [240]
2002 Nominated [241]
2005 Nominated [242]
2009 Favorite Scene Stealing Guest Star Britney Spears in How I Met Your Mother Nominated [243]
2010 Favorite Female Artist Britney Spears Nominated [244]
Favorite Pop Artist Nominated
2011 Favorite TV Guest Star Britney Spears in Glee Nominated [245]
2012 Favorite Album of the Year Femme Fatale Nominated [246]
2013 Favorite Celebrity Judge The X Factor Nominated [247]
2014 Favorite Female Artist Britney Spears Nominated [248]
Favorite Pop Artist Won
Favorite Music Fan Following Nominated
2016 Favorite Social Media Celebrity Won [249]
2017 Favorite Pop Artist Won [250]
Favorite Female Artist Won
Favorite Social Media Celebrity Won
Favorite Comedic Collaboration Britney Spears (shared with Ellen DeGeneres) Won
2018 Tour of the Year Piece of Me Tour Nominated [251]
2020 The Social Celebrity of 2020 Britney Spears Nominated [252]
Pepsi Awards 2001 People's Choice for Best Female Artist Won [253]
Pollstar Awards 1999 Best New Artist Tour ...Baby One More Time Tour Nominated [254]
2002 Creative Stage Production Dream Within a Dream Tour[p] Nominated [256]
2009 Most Creative Stage Production The Circus Starring Britney Spears Nominated [257]
Pop Corn Music Awards 1999 Best International Artist Britney Spears Won [258]
Premios Amigo 1999 Best International New Comer Won [259]
Premios Oye! 2004 English Album of the Year In The Zone Nominated [260]
English Record of the Year "Toxic" Nominated
2009 English Album of the Year Circus Nominated [261]
English Record of the Year "Womanizer" Nominated
Radio Music Awards 1999 Song of The Year: Contemporary Hit Radio/Hot Adult Contemporary "...Baby One More Time" Nominated [262]
Radio Disney Music Awards 2001 Best Female Artist Britney Spears Nominated [263]
2002 Nominated [264]
2014 Favorite Song from a Movie or TV Show "Ooh La La" Nominated
Best Song That Makes You Smile Won
2017 Icon Award Britney Spears Won [265]
The Record of the Year 1999 Record of the Year "...Baby One More Time" Won [266]
Rennbahn Express Awards 1999 Song of the Year Nominated [267]
[268]
Star of the Year Britney Spears Won
Singer of the Year Won
Newcomer of the Year Won
Rockbjörnen Music Prize 1999 Foreign Artist of the Year Won [269]
2008 Nominated [270]
RTHK Top 10 Gold Songs Awards[q] 2004 Top Ten International Gold Songs "Me Against The Music" (featuring Madonna) Gold [272]
2005 "My Prerogative" Silver [273]
2008 "Gimme More" Gold [274]
2009 "Womanizer" Gold [275]
2012 "Till the World Ends" Gold [276]
The Sa Sa Fragrance Fair & Awards 2009 Best Celebrity Fragrance of the Year Fantasy Won [277]
Smash Hits Poll Winners Party 1999 Best New Act Britney Spears Nominated [278]
Best Female Solo Star Won
Best Female Artist Won
Best Dress Female Artist Won
Best Female Haircut Won
Best Dancer in Pop Won
2000 Best Female Artist Won [279]
Best Dancer in Pop Won
Best Dressed Female Won
Most Fanciable Female on the Planet Won
Best Female Haircut Nominated [280]
Worst Female Singer Nominated [281]
Worst Dressed Person Nominated [281]
Best Single "Oops!... I Did It Again" Nominated [280]
"Lucky" Nominated
Best Video Nominated [282]
Worst Video Nominated [281]
Worst Single Nominated
Best Album Oops!... I Did It Again Nominated [280]
Worst Album Nominated [281]
2001 Best Female Artist Britney Spears Won [283]
2002 Best Female Solo Star Nominated [284]
Best International Act Nominated
Most Fanciable Female on the Planet Nominated
2004 Best Solo Artist Nominated [285]
Most Fanciable Female on the Planet Nominated
Favourite Ringtone "Toxic" Nominated
Worst Dressed Star Britney Spears Nominated
2005 Won [286]
[287]
Flop Mop Nominated
Smash Hits Hall of Fame Won
Star Search 1992 Best Vocal performance Won [288]
Stinkers Bad Movie Awards 2002 Worst Actress Crossroads Nominated [289]
Worst On-screen Couple Britney Spears and Anson Mount in Crossroads Nominated
Worst Original Song "I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman" Nominated
"Overprotected" Longlisted
"I Love Rock 'n' Roll" Longlisted
"Boys" Longlisted
Most Distracting Celebrity Cameo Appearance Britney Spears, Tom Cruise, Gwyneth Paltrow, Kevin Spacey,
Danny DeVito, Steven Spielberg, John Travolta in Austin Powers in Goldmember
Nominated
Space Shower Music Awards 2004 Best International Female Video "Me Against The Music" (featuring Madonna) Nominated [290]
Spin Awards 2003 Worst Song Won [291]
Worst Dressed Britney Spears Won
Worst Solo Artist Won [292]
2004 Nominated [293]
Worst Dressed Nominated [294]
2005 Worst Solo Artist Nominated [295]
Worst Dressed Won
Teen Choice Awards 1999 Choice Female Artist Nominated [296]
Choice Breakout Artist Nominated
Choice Female Hottie Nominated
Choice Single "...Baby One More Time" Won
Choice Music Video Nominated
Choice Album ...Baby One More Time Won
2000 Choice Female Artist Britney Spears Won [297]
[298]
Choice Female Hottie Won
Choice Single "Oops!... I Did It Again" Nominated
Choice Music Video Nominated
Choice Song of the Summer Nominated
Choice Album Oops!... I Did It Again Nominated
Choice Love Song "From The Bottom of My Broken Heart" Nominated
2001 Choice Single "Stronger" Nominated [299]
Choice Female Artist Britney Spears Won
Choice Female Hottie Nominated
2002 Choice Female Fashion Icon Nominated [300]
Choice Female Artist Won
Choice Female Hottie Won
Choice Music – Single "I'm a Slave 4 U" Won
Choice Movie Actress – Drama/Action Adventure Crossroads Nominated [301]
Choice Breakout Movie Actress Britney Spears in Crossroads Nominated
Choice Movie Chemistry Britney Spears and Anson Mount in Crossroads Nominated
2003 Choice Female Hottie Britney Spears Nominated [302]
Choice Female Fashion Icon Nominated
2004 Choice Female Artist Nominated [303]
[304]
Choice Female Hottie Nominated
Choice Music Tour The Onyx Hotel Tour Nominated
Choice Single "Toxic" Won
Choice Love Song "Everytime" Nominated
Choice Hook Up "Me Against The Music" (featuring Madonna) Nominated
2005 Choice TV Show: Reality Britney & Kevin: Chaotic Nominated [305]
Choice TV: Female Personality Nominated
Choice Female Artist Britney Spears Nominated
2007 Choice OMG! Moment Won [306]
[307]
[308]
2008 Choice Female Artist Nominated
Choice Most Fanatic Fans Nominated
2009 Choice Female Artist Nominated [309]
[310]
Ultimate Choice Award Won
Choice Music Tour The Circus Starring Britney Spears Nominated
Choice Single "Circus" Nominated
2011 Choice Female Summer Music Britney Spears Nominated [311]
2014 Choice Social Media Queen Nominated [312]
2015 Choice Music: Collaboration "Pretty Girls" (with Iggy Azalea) Nominated [313]
Choice Female Music Nominated
Candie's Style Icon Britney Spears Won
2016 Choice Social Media Queen Nominated [314]
Choice Twitter Nominated
Choice Instagramer Nominated
TMF Awards (Belgium) 2000 Best International Female Artist Won [315]
2005 Nominated [316]
2009 Won [317]
Best Pop International Won
Best Live International Won
TMF Awards (Holland) 1999 Best International Newcomer Won [318]
2000 Best International Female Artist Won
Top of the Pops Awards 2001 Best Pop Act Nominated [319]
2002 Top Fansite Artist Nominated [320]
2003 Best Official Site Nominated [321]
Most Gorge Girl Nominated [322]
Shameless Exhibitionist Won [323]
Gibbering Fool Nominated [324]
Most Annoying Voice Nominated [325]
Most Doogy Clobber Nominated [326]
TVHits Awards 2000 Best Female Artist Won [327]
Virgin Media Music Awards[r] 2007 Disaster of the Year Nominated [329]
Best Album Blackout Nominated [330]
2008 Best Album Circus Nominated [331]
Best Track "Womanizer" Nominated [332]
Best International Act Britney Spears Nominated [333]
Legend of the Year Nominated [334]
Best Comeback Nominated [335]
2009 Best Solo Female Won [336]
Twit of the Year Won
The Walt Disney Company 1993 Mousekeeter The Mickey Mouse Club Won [337]
Webby Awards 2014 Social: Content and Marketing & Celebrity Fan Britney Spears Won [338]
2019 Website: General Music Websites Nominated [339]
The Weblog Awards 2008 Best Celebrity Blogger Nominated [340]
World Music Awards 2000 World's Best-selling Dance Artist Won [341]
World's Best-selling Female Pop Artist Won
2001 Won [342]
2002 Nominated [343]
2012 World's Best Female Artist Canceled [344]
2014 World's Best Song "Work B**ch" Nominated [345]
"Ooh La La" Nominated
"Scream & Shout" (with will.i.am) Nominated
"Perfume" Nominated
World's Best Album Britney Jean Nominated [346]
World's Best Video "Work B**ch" Nominated [347]
"Ooh La La" Nominated
"Scream & Shout" (with will.i.am) Nominated
"Perfume" Nominated
World's Best Female Artist Britney Spears Nominated [348]
World's Best Entertainer Of the Year Nominated [349]
World's Best Live Act Nominated [350]
World's Best Fanbase Won [351]
XM Satellite Radio Awards 2005 Dream Duets Nominated [352]
YoungStar Awards 1999 Best Young Recording Artist or Musical Group "...Baby One More Time" Won [353]
Z Awards 2007 Biggest Celebrity Moment Britney Spears Nominated [354]
Most Overexposed Celebrity Won
2008 Nominated [355]
2009 Nominated [356]
2010 Favorite Glee Episode[s] "Britney/Brittany"[t] Won [358]
2011 Collaboration of the Year "S&M" (with Rihanna) Won [359]
Favorite Fan Site Britney Spears Nominated
ZPAV Awards 2010 Foreign Song: Digital Song of the Year "Womanizer" Won [360]

Other accolades[edit]

State honors[edit]

Spears's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Key
Indicates an honor Britney Spears was considered for but did not receive Indicates an honor Britney Spears was considered for only
Name of country, year given, and name of honor
Country Year Honor Ref(s).
United States 1992 Miss Talent USA [361]
1993 Outstanding Achievement in The Mickey Mouse Club [337]
double-dagger April 24, Kentwood, Michigan (Britney Spears Day) [361]
1999 Outstanding Achievement Honor by Hammond Square Mall [362]
double-dagger July 10, Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana (Britney Spears Day)
Inducted into the Young Hollywood Hall of Fame (Music Artist Category) [363]
2003 Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame (Recording Category) [364]
2012 Handprint on Grauman's Chinese Theatre [365]
2014 double-dagger November 5, Las Vegas (Britney Spears Day) [366]
Key to Las Vegas [367]

World records[edit]

Faraway image of a female performer. She is walking through a water screen that is falling from the ceiling. A blue spotlight is on her. She is wearing blue jeans and a plastic cowboy hat. Green laser lights surround the stage.
Spears performing "...Baby One More Time" on July 19, 2002. The track holds the Guinness World Records for Fastest Most No.1 Singles on UK chart by a Teenage Female Solo Artist.
Key
Indicates a record that was eventually broken Indicates a now former world record holder
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 Ref(s).
Guinness World Records 2000 Best-selling Album by a Teenage Solo Artist ...Baby One More Time [368]
Teenage Female Solo Artist With Most No. 1 Hits on the US "...Baby One More Time"
"Born to Make You Happy"
"Oops!... I Did It Again"
[369]
2001 Fastest-selling Album by a Teenage Solo Artist Oops!... I Did It Again [370]
Most UK No. 1 Singles by a Teenage Solo Artist "...Baby One More Time"
"Born to Make You Happy"
"Oops!... I Did It Again"
[371]
2003 Best-selling Album by a Teenage Solo Artist ...Baby One More Time [372]
dagger Highest Annual Earnings Ever for a Female Singer Britney Spears [373]
Best-selling Teenage Artist [374]
Most Expensive TV Adversiting Campaign[u] [375]
2005 Most Watched performance (340 million viewers)[v] [376]
Biggest Selling Teenage Artist [377]
2007 dagger Most Searched Person on the Internet [378]
2009 [379]
2010 Youngest Female to have five number-one studio albums [7]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Toxic" also won an Ivor Novello Award[3] and an ASCAP Pop Music Award.[4] However, Spears was not credited as a songwriter. The song was written by Cathy Dennis, Christian Karlsson, Pontus Winnberg, and Henrik Jonback.
  2. ^ Indicates the year of ceremony. Each year is linked to the article about the awards held that year, wherever possible.
  3. ^ In 2001, Spears made a deal with Pepsi to be her corporate sponsor and she recorded a song title "Joy Of Pepsi" for a Pepsi Cola theme commercial song; the song didn't officially released on the platform.[15]
  4. ^ Tied with Celine Dion.
  5. ^ The awards seek to recognise the world best composers and songwriters. However, Spears was not credited as a songwriter for "Sometimes", "(You Drive Me) Crazy", "Circus", "3", "Hold It Against Me", "Till the World Ends", and "I Wanna Go"—all of which won multiple times at the BMI Pop Awards & BMI London Awards in 2000,[51] 2001,[52] 2010,[53][54] 2011,[55] 2012,[56] and 2013,[57] respectively.
  6. ^ "Follow Me" song was sung by Jamie Lynne Spears for Zoey 101 theme song, however in this category the nomination is credited to the songwriters. The song was written and produced by Britney Spears herself.
  7. ^ Previously known as Danish Grammy Awards (1991–2001).
  8. ^ Tied with Madonna in Swept Away.
  9. ^ The GV Music & Fashion Awards, also known as Groovevolt was an online music award established by the Groovevolt.com. The website's leading music sites with more than 7.5 million page views and more than 500,000 uniqueusers each month.[104]
  10. ^ The Hollywood Beauty Awards (HBAs) is the annual award show recognizes the architects of beauty in hair, makeup, photography and styling in Film, TV and Music, as well as artists who create celebrity looks for the red carpet and editorial.[111]
  11. ^ This is the ABC version released, there is also a MTV version titled Britney: In the Zone & Out All Night which has won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Single Camera Editing in 2004. However, the award is credited to William Knight and not the performer.[128]
  12. ^ Previously known as MTV Video Music Awards Latinoamérica or VMALA's.
  13. ^ The M6 Awards is the annual award show (1999-unknown) owned by M6 Group to recognize great successes for French and Foreign Artist in Films, Music, television, Sports, Humorist, Politicians, etc.[137]
  14. ^ Previously known as TRL Awards (2006–2012).
  15. ^ The Music Video Production Association (MVPA) is a non-profit trade organization created to address the mutual concerns of its members in today's highly competitive, ever-changing music video industry. Its membership includes the majority of music video production and post-production companies, as well as individuals - editors, directors, producers, cinematographers, choreographers, script supervisors, computer animators and make-up artists, to name a few. Our associate membership includes suppliers and service providers. The MVPA, which maintains chapters in Los Angeles and New York, represents the people responsible for the vast majority of the music videos produced in the world.[211]
  16. ^ The Dream Within a Dream Tour was recorded and Broadcasts on HBO; titled as Britney Spears Live from Las Vegas and won an Emmy Award in Outstanding Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video Control for a Limited Series, Movie, or Special category at the 54th Primetime Emmy Awards. However, the award is credited to Camera Operator, Video Control, and Techinal Director and not the performer.[255]
  17. ^ The RTHK Top 10 Gold Songs Awards is an annual award show presented at RTHK Studio 1 that honors the best in international and national music established in 1989.[271]
  18. ^ The Virgin Media Awards is an online awards group.[328]
  19. ^ Shared with Heather Morris.
  20. ^ This episode was the most-watched episode of the Glee series with 13.51 million viewers.[357]
  21. ^ Britney Spears commercials for Pepsi Cola.
  22. ^ Madonna, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera and Missy Elliott performance at the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards.

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