List of awards and nominations received by Christina Aguilera

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Christina Aguilera awards and nominations

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Christina Aguilera performed "Understand" on her Back to Basics Tour

Totals
Awards won 178
Nominations 226

Christina Aguilera is an American singer. She signed with RCA Records and released her self-titled debut album under the label in 1999.[1] It peaked atop the US Billboard 200 and spawned three US number-one singles: "Genie in a Bottle", "What a Girl Wants" and "Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You)".[2] The album helped Aguilera win a Grammy Award for Best New Artist at the 2000 Grammy Awards, and "Genie in a Bottle" received a nomination for Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance.[3] In 2000, she released her two follow-up studio albums, a Spanish-language record Mi Reflejo (under Sony Music Latin) and a Christmas album My Kind of Christmas. The former received a Latin Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Album at the Latin Grammy Awards of 2001.[4]

Aguilera released her fourth studio album Stripped in 2002, which yielded five singles: "Dirrty" featuring Redman, "Beautiful", "Fighter", "Can't Hold Us Down" featuring Lil' Kim and "The Voice Within". All of them were nominated for numerous awards from 2003 to 2004. In 2003, "Dirrty" won a Q Award for Song of the Year in 2003.[5] In February 2004, "Beautiful" was awarded a Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance in 2004,[6] and "Can't Hold Us Down" received a nomination for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals at the same ceremony.[7] Later that year, "Fighter" won a Juno Award for Video of the Year,[8] and "The Voice Within" garnered three MTV Video Music Awards at the 2004 MTV Video Music Awards.[9]

Aguilera released her fifth studio album Back to Basics in 2006, and released three international singles from the album: "Ain't No Other Man", "Hurt" and "Candyman". It achieved similar success to Aguilera's previous records, peaking atop the US Billboard 200[2] and gained numerous accolades and awards from 2006 to 2009, including a Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for "Ain't No Other Man" at the 2007 Grammy Awards.[10] Her two follow-ups Bionic (2010) and Lotus (2012) did not sell significantly or gain any standout accolades. Aguilera has won 178 awards over 226 nominations to date.

ALMA Awards[edit]

The ALMA Awards is an awards ceremony organized by the National Council of La Raza to recognize outstanding American Latino in the entertainment industry. Aguilera has won four awards over 11 nominations.

Year Recipient Award Result Ref.
1999 "Reflection" Outstanding Performance of a Song for a Feature Film Nominated [11]
2000 Christina Aguilera New Entertainer of the Year Won [12]
2001 My Reflection Outstanding Music or Awards Special Nominated [13]
2002 Live at the 43rd Grammy Awards Outstanding Performance in a Music, Variety or Comedy Special Nominated [14]
"Lady Marmalade" Outstanding Song in a Motion Picture Soundtrack Won [15]
2009 Christina Aguilera Best of the Year in Music Nominated [16]
2011 Favorite Female Music Artist Nominated [17]
The Voice Favorite TV Reality, Variety, or Comedy Personality or Act Nominated
Burlesque Favorite Movie Actress – Comedy/Musical Nominated
2012 The Voice Favorite TV Reality, Variety, or Comedy Personality or Act Won [18]
Christina Aguilera Special Achievement Award "The Voice of a Generation" Won

American Music Awards[edit]

The American Music Awards is an annual awards ceremony created by Dick Clark in 1973.[19] Aguilera has received two nominations.

Year Recipient Award Result Ref.
2001 Christina Aguilera Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated [20]
2003 International Artist of the Year Award Nominated [21]

ASCAP Pop Music Awards[edit]

The annual ASCAP Pop Music Awards are held by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers to honor the songwriters and publishers of the most performed pop songs. Aguilera has won five awards.

Year Recipient Award Result Ref.
2002 "Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You)" Most Performed Songs Won [22]
"Lady Marmalade" Most Performed Songs Won
2004 "Beautiful" Most Performed Songs Won [23]
2005 "Can't Hold Us Down" Most Performed Songs Won [24]
2008 "Hurt" Most Performed Songs Won [25]

Billboard Awards[edit]

The Billboard Awards are sponsored by Billboard magazine.

Billboard Music Awards[edit]

The Billboard Music Awards are held to honor artists based on Billboard Year-End Charts. The award ceremony was held from 1990 to 2007, until it's reintroduction in 2011. Before and after that time span, winners have been announced by Billboard, both in the press and as part of their year-end issue. Aguilera has won two awards over six nominations.

Year Recipient Award Result Ref.
2000 Christina Aguilera Female Artist of the Year Won [26]
Mi Reflejo Top Latin Pop Album Nominated
2003 Christina Aguilera Female Artist of the Year Won [27]
2012 "Moves Like Jagger" Top Hot 100 Song Nominated [28]
Top Digital Song Nominated
Top Pop Song Nominated
Top Radio Song Nominated

Billboard Latin Music Awards[edit]

The Billboard Latin Music Awards are held to honor artists based on Billboard Latin Year-End Charts. Aguilera has won two awards over five nominations.

Year Recipient Award Result Ref.
2001 Mi Reflejo Pop Album of the Year, Female Won [29]
Pop Album of the Year, New Artist Won
2014 Christina Aguilera Crossover Artist of the Year Nominated [30]
Hot Latin Songs Artist of the Year, Female Nominated
"Hoy Tengo Ganas de Ti" Hot Latin Song of the Year, Vocal Event Nominated

Billboard Touring Awards[edit]

The Billboard Touring Awards are held to honor the top international live entertainment industry artists and professionals. Aguilera has received two nominations.

Year Recipient Award Result Ref.
2007 Back to Basics Tour Top Package Nominated [31]
Breakthrough Artist Nominated

Blockbuster Entertainment Awards[edit]

The Blockbuster Entertainment Awards are organized by Blockbuster Inc. in 1995. Aguilera has won four awards.

Year Recipient Award Result Ref.
2000 "Genie in a Bottle" Favorite Single Won [32]
Christina Aguilera Favorite New Female Artist Won
2001 Favorite Female Artist of the Year Won [33]
Favorite Artist – Latino Won

Brit Awards[edit]

The Brit Awards are the British Phonographic Industry's annual pop music awards. Aguilera has received four nominations.

Year Recipient Award Result Ref.
2004 Christina Aguilera International Female Solo Artist Nominated [34]
Pop Act Nominated
Stripped International Album Nominated
2007 Christina Aguilera International Female Solo Artist Nominated [35]

Channel V Thailand Music Video Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2002 "Lady Marmalade" Popular Duo/Group Video Won
2003 "Beautiful" Popular Female Video Won

Echo Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2004 Christina Aguilera Best International Female Artist Nominated

GLAAD Media Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2003 Christina Aguilera Special Recognition Award Won

Glamour Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result Ref.
2004 Christina Aguilera Woman of the Year Won [36]

Golden Globe Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2011 "Bound to You" (from: Burlesque) Best Original Song Nominated

Note: "Reflection" (from: Mulan) was also nominated for the Best Original Song, in this category the nomination is credited to the songwriters and not the performer. The song was written by Matthew Wilder and David Zippel and produced by Matthew Wilder

Grammy Awards[edit]

Grammy Awards[edit]

The Grammy Awards is an annual award held by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences.[37] Aguilera has won 5 awards from 18 nominations.

Year Recipient Award Result Ref.
2000 Christina Aguilera Best New Artist Won [38]
"Genie in a Bottle" Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated
2001 "What a Girl Wants" Nominated [39]
Mi Reflejo Best Latin Pop Album Nominated
2002 "Nobody Wants to Be Lonely" (with Ricky Martin) Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals Nominated [40]
"Lady Marmalade" (with Lil' Kim, Mýa and Pink) Won
2003 "Dirrty" (featuring Redman) Nominated [41]
2004 "Beautiful" Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Won [42]
"Can't Hold Us Down" (featuring Lil' Kim) Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals Nominated
Stripped Best Pop Vocal Album Nominated
2006 "A Song for You" (with Herbie Hancock) Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals Nominated [43]
2007 "Ain't No Other Man" Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Won [44]
Back to Basics Best Pop Vocal Album Nominated
2008 "Candyman" Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated [45]
"Steppin' Out" (with Tony Bennett) Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals Nominated
2012 "Moves like Jagger" (with Maroon 5) Best Pop Duo/Group Performance Nominated [46]
Burlesque (featuring Cher) Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media Nominated
2015 "Say Something" (with A Great Big World) Best Pop Duo/Group Performance Won [47]

Latin Grammy Awards[edit]

The Latin Grammy Awards are awarded annually in the United States since 2000 for outstanding contributions to Spanish language music. Aguilera has received one award from three nominations.

Year Recipient Award Result
2000 "Genio Atrapado" Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated
2001 "Pero Me Acuerdo de Ti" Record of the Year Nominated
Mi Reflejo Best Female Pop Vocal Album Won

Ivor Novello Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
1999 "Genie in a Bottle" International Hit of the Year Won

Juno Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2004 Stripped International Album of the Year Nominated
"Fighter" Video of the Year Won
2007 "Hurt" Video of the Year Nominated

Mnet Asian Music Awards[edit]

Mnet Asian Music Awards, otherwise abbreviated as MAMA, is an award show held by Mnet annually that credits South Korean artists, as well as foreign artists who have had an impact in the South Korean Music industry.

Year Recipient Award Result
2002 "Dirrty" Best International Artist Nominated[48]

MOBO Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2003 "Dirrty" Best Video Won

MTV Awards[edit]

Los Premios MTV Latinoamérica[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2003 Christina Aguilera Best Pop Artist - International Nominated

MTV Asia Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2002 "Lady Marmalade" Favorite Video Nominated
Christina Aguilera Favorite Female Artist Nominated
2004 "Beautiful" Favorite Video Nominated
Christina Aguilera Favorite Female Artist Won
2008 Back to Basics Tour Bring Da House Down Nominated

MTV Australia Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2007 "Ain't No Other Man" Video of the Year Nominated
Best Female Artist Nominated
Best Pop Video Nominated
"Tell Me" (with Diddy) Best Hook Up Nominated

MTV Europe Music Awards[edit]

The MTV Europe Music Awards are awarded annually by MTV. Aguilera has received two awards from ten nominations.

Year Recipient Award Result Ref.
2001 "Lady Marmalade" Best Song Nominated
2003 "Beautiful" Best Song Nominated
Stripped Best Album Nominated
Christina Aguilera Best Female Won
Best Pop Nominated
2006 Back to Basics Best Album Nominated
Christina Aguilera Best Pop Nominated
Best Female Won [49]
2007 Best Solo Artist Nominated
2008 Best Act Ever Nominated

MTV Italian Music Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2007 Christina Aguilera First Lady Nominated
2011 Christina Aguilera Hot & Sexy Award Nominated

MTV Russia Music Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2008 "Keeps Gettin' Better" Video of the Year Nominated

MTV Video Music Awards[edit]

The MTV Video Music Awards are awarded annually by MTV. Aguilera has received two awards from eighteen nominations.

Year Recipient Award Result
2000 "What a Girl Wants" Best New Artist Nominated
Best Female Video Nominated
Best Pop Video Nominated
Viewer's Choice Nominated
Best Choreography Nominated
2001 "Lady Marmalade"
(with Lil' Kim, Mýa and Pink)
Video of the Year Won
Best Pop Video Nominated
Best Dance Video Nominated
Best Video from a Film Won
Best Choreography Nominated
Best Art Direction Nominated
2003 "Dirrty" (featuring Redman) Best Female Video Nominated
Best Dance Video Nominated
Best Pop Video Nominated
Best Choreography Nominated
2004 "The Voice Within" Best Female Video Nominated
Viewer's Choice Nominated
Best Cinematography Nominated
2006 "Ain't No Other Man" Video Of the Year Nominated
Best Female Video Nominated
Best Pop Video Nominated
Best Choreography Nominated
2007 "Candyman" Best Director Nominated
2013 "Feel This Moment"
(Pitbull featuring Christina Aguilera)
Best Collaboration Nominated

MTV Video Music Awards Japan[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2002 "Lady Marmalade" Best Video From a Film Won
2005 "Car Wash" (featuring Missy Elliott) Best Video From a Film Nominated
2007 "Ain't No Other Man" Best Pop Video Nominated
2012 "Moves Like Jagger" (with Maroon 5) Best Collaboration Video Nominated

MTV Video Music Brazil[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2003 "Dirrty" Best International Video Nominated
2004 "The Voice Within" Best International Video Nominated

MuchMusic Video Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2000 "Genie in a Bottle" People's Choice: Favorite International Artist Nominated
2004 "The Voice Within" Best International Artist Video Nominated
2007 "Candyman" Best International Artist Video Nominated
2011 "Not Myself Tonight" Most watched Video of the Year Nominated

My VH1 Music Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2001 "Lady Marmalade" Is It Hot in Here or Is It Just My Video Won
My Favorite Video Won
"What's Going On" There's No 'I' In Team Won

Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2000 Christina Aguilera Favorite New Artist Nominated
Favorite Female Singer Nominated
2001 Favorite Female Singer Nominated
2007 Favorite Female Singer Nominated

NRJ Music Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2004 Christina Aguilera Music Website of the Year Nominated
2007 International Female Artist of the Year Won
"Ain't No Other Man" International Song of the Year Nominated
Back to Basics International Album of the Year Won
2009 Christina Aguilera International Female Artist of the Year Nominated

People's Choice Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2005 "Car Wash" (featuring Missy Elliott) Favorite Remake Nominated
Favorite Combined Forces Nominated
2007 "Ain't No Other Man" Favorite R&B Song Nominated
2012 "Moves Like Jagger" (with Maroon 5) Favorite Song of the Year Nominated
2013 Christina Aguilera Favorite Celebrity Judge Nominated
Special Achievement Award "People's Voice" Won

Premios 40 Principales[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2012 "Moves Like Jagger" (with Maroon 5) Best International Song Nominated

Premios Juventud[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2004 Christina Aguilera Best Moves Nominated
Christina Aguilera and Ricky Martin Dynamic Duet Nominated
2013 "Feel This Moment" (with Pitbull) Favorite Hit Nominated

Premios Lo Nuestro[edit]

The Lo Nuestro Awards (Spanish: Premios Lo Nuestro – "Our Thing") is an awards show established by Univision in 1989 to recognize the most talented performers of Latin music.[50] Aguilera has won two awards from five nominations.

Year Recipient Award Result Ref.
2001 Christina Aguilera Pop New Artist Won [51]
Pop Female Artist of the Year Won
Mi Reflejo Pop Album of the Year Nominated
2002 Christina Aguilera Pop Female Artist of the Year Nominated [52]
2014 "Hoy Tengo Ganas de Ti"
(with Alejandro Fernández)
Video of the Year Nominated [53]

Q Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2003 "Dirrty" Best Track Won
Best Video Nominated

Radio Music Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2001 "Lady Marmalade" Song of the Year Top 40 Pop Radio Won

Teen Choice Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2000 Christina Aguilera Choice Female Artist Nominated
Choice Breakout Artist Nominated
Christina Aguilera Choice Album Nominated
"What A Girl Wants" Choice Single Nominated
Choice Love Song Nominated
2001 Christina Aguilera Choice Female Artist Nominated
Choice Summer Artist Nominated
"Lady Marmalade" Choice Song of the Summer Won
2003 Christina Aguilera Choice Female Artist Nominated
Choice Female Hottie Nominated
Stripped Choice Album Nominated
Justified and Stripped Tour Choice Summer Tour Won
Beautiful Choice music single Nominated
2006 Christina Aguilera Choice Female Artist Nominated
Choice Summer Artist Nominated
Choice Female Hottie Nominated
Back to Basics Choice Album Nominated
"Ain't No Other Man" Choice Single Nominated
Choice R&B/Hip Hop Track Nominated
Choice Summer Song Nominated
2011 Christina Aguilera Choice TV: Personality Nominated
2012 Christina Aguilera Choice TV: Personality Nominated
"Moves Like Jagger" Choice Single by a Group Nominated

TMF Awards — Belgium[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2001 "Lady Marmalade" Best Video of the Year Won
2003 Christina Aguilera Best Female Artist International Won
Stripped Best Album International Won
"Fighter" Best Video International Won
2006 Christina Aguilera Best Female Artist International Nominated

World Music Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2000 Christina Aguilera World's Best-Selling New Female Artist Won
2001 World's Best-Selling Female Latin Artist Won
2014 World's Best Female Artist Nominated
World's Best Live Act
World's Best Entertainer
Lotus
"Your Body" World's Best Song
World's Best Video
"Feel This Moment" (ft. Christina Aguilera) World's Best Song
World's Best Video
"Say Something" (ft. Christina Aguilera) World's Best Song
World's Best Video
2014 Lotus World's Best Latin Album Won[54]

YoungStar Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Award Result
2000 Christina Aguilera Starlight Award Won

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