List of awards and nominations received by Girls Aloud
Girls Aloud are a British girl group that were created on the ITV1 talent show Popstars: The Rivals in 2002. The group, consisting of Cheryl Cole, Nadine Coyle, Sarah Harding, Nicola Roberts and Kimberley Walsh, have been successful in achieving a string of twenty consecutive top ten singles (including four number ones) and two number one albums in the UK. All their albums are certified platinum. Girls Aloud have become one of the few UK reality television acts to achieve continued success, amassing a fortune of £30 million by 2010.
Girls Aloud have been nominated for five BRIT Awards, winning Best Single for 2008's "The Promise" at the 2009 awards ceremony. They have also been awarded by members of the British media such as The Sun's Bizarre, Capital FM, Glamour, Heat, Popjustice, and Virgin Media.
- 1 Bizarre Awards
- 2 BRIT Awards
- 3 BT Digital Music Awards
- 4 Capital FM Awards
- 5 Disney Channel Kids Awards
- 6 Festival Awards
- 7 Glamour Woman of the Year Awards
- 8 Heat Awards
- 9 Music Producers Guild Awards
- 10 National Music Awards
- 11 Nickelodeon UK Kids' Choice Awards
- 12 O2 Silver Clef Awards
- 13 Popjustice £20 Music Prize
- 14 Popjustice Readers Poll
- 15 The Record of the Year
- 16 Smash Hits Poll Winners Party
- 17 TMF Awards
- 18 UK Video Music Awards
- 19 Virgin Media Music Awards
- 20 Vodafone Live Music Awards
- 21 Zoo Magazine Awards
- 22 See also
- 23 References
- 24 External links
|2008||Girls Aloud||Best Pop||Won|
|2005||Girls Aloud||Best Pop Act||Nominated|
|2008||Best British Group||Nominated|
|"The Promise"||Best British Single||Won|
|2010||"The Promise (Live at the 2009 Brit Awards)"||Best Live Performance at the Brit Awards||Nominated|
BT Digital Music Awards
|2004||Girls Aloud||Best Pop Artist||Won|
Capital FM Awards
|2004||Girls Aloud||Favourite UK Group||Nominated|
|2005||Girls Aloud||Favourite UK Group||Nominated|
|What Will the Neighbours Say?||Favourite UK Album||Nominated|
|Girls Aloud||Favourite Pop Act||Won|
|2008||Girls Aloud||London's Favourite UK Group||Nominated|
|Girls Aloud||News of the World Fabulous Award||Won|
Disney Channel Kids Awards
The Disney Channel Kids Awards was an annual awards ceremony held by Disney Channel (UK and Ireland) in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Girls Aloud were nominated for three awards during the ceremony's run, winning one.
|2003||Girls Aloud||Best Newcomer||Nominated|
|"Sound of the Underground"||Best Single||Won|
|2004||"The Show"||Best Single||Nominated|
|2006||V Festival||Favourite Pop Act at a Festival||Won|
|2008||Girls Aloud||Best Pop Act||Nominated|
Glamour Woman of the Year Awards
|2004||Girls Aloud||Band of the Year||Nominated|
The Heat Awards are organised by Heat magazine. Girls Aloud have won four out of their five nominations.
|2008||Out of Control||Best Album||Won|
|Girls Aloud||Best Band||Won|
|"The Promise"||Best Single||Nominated|
Music Producers Guild Awards
The Music Producers Guild Awards was created "to celebrate the creative talent and technical ability of the UK’s music producers, engineers, mixers and re-mixers." Girls Aloud have won their sole nomination.
|2009||Tangled Up||Best Live Album of the Year||Won|
National Music Awards
|2003||Girls Aloud||Best Newcomer||Nominated|
Nickelodeon UK Kids' Choice Awards
|2007||Girls Aloud||Best Band||Nominated|
|2008||Girls Aloud||Best Band||Nominated|
O2 Silver Clef Awards
Girls Aloud were awarded the Heart Record of the Year Award for their single "See the Day" at the O2 Silver Clef Lunch, an annual awards ceremony honouring songwriting and performance in aid of Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy. Nicola Roberts and Kimberley Walsh, members of the band, attended the awards presentation ceremony.
|2005||"See the Day"||Heart Record of the Year Award||Won|
Popjustice £20 Music Prize
The Popjustice £20 Music Prize is an annual prize awarded by a panel of judges organised by music website Popjustice to the singer(s) of the best British pop single of the past year. To qualify, a single must be by a British artist(s) and have been released within the 12 months prior to the award nominations in July. Girls Aloud have been nominated a record eight years, winning five of them.
|2003||"No Good Advice"||Best British Pop Single||Won|
|2004||"The Show"||Best British Pop Single||Nominated|
|2005||"Wake Me Up"||Best British Pop Single||Won|
|2006||"Biology"||Best British Pop Single||Won|
|2007||"Something Kinda Ooooh"||Best British Pop Single||Nominated|
|2008||"Call the Shots"||Best British Pop Single||Won|
|2009||"The Promise"||Best British Pop Single||Won|
|2013||"Something New"||Best British Pop Single||Nominated|
Popjustice Readers Poll
|2008||"The Promise"||Best Single||Nominated|
|Out of Control||Best Album||Won|
|"The Promise"||Best Number 1 Single||Won|
|Girls Aloud, Pet Shop Boys and Xenomania||Best Collaboration||Nominated|
|"The Promise"||Best Dance Routine||Nominated|
|Girls Aloud - "The Promise"||Worst X Factor Performance||Nominated|
|"The Promise"||Most Overrated Song||Nominated|
|Girls Aloud||Best Pop Act of 2008||Won|
|2010||Girls Aloud||Established Act Most Likely to Save Pop (Not That It Needs Saving) in 2011||Nominated|
|2012||"Something New"||Best Single||Nominated|
|"Beautiful 'Cause You Love Me"||Worst Single||Nominated|
|"Beautiful 'Cause You Love Me"||Least Inspiring So-Called 'Motivational' Pop Song||Nominated|
|Girls Aloud||Best Comeback||Won|
|Girls Aloud and Xenomania||Best Collaboration||Nominated|
|"Something New"||Best Video||Nominated|
|"Something New"||Worst Video||Nominated|
|Girls Aloud||Act We Should Send to Eurovision in 2013||Nominated|
|Girls Aloud||Group Most Likely Splitting in 2013||Won|
|2013||Girls Aloud||Live Act Who Comes Closest to Justifying Absurd Ticket Prices||Nominated|
The Record of the Year
The Record of the Year is an award voted by the British public. The award began in 1998, and was televised on ITV before being dropped in 2006 after disagreements over the phone voting element. Since then it has been an online poll, administered through the Record of the Year website. Girls Aloud have been nominated once.
|2004||"Love Machine"||The Record of the Year||Nominated|
Smash Hits Poll Winners Party
The Smash Hits Poll Winners Party was an awards ceremony which ran from 1988 to 2005. Each award winner was voted by readers of the Smash Hits magazine. It ended with the closure of the magazine in February 2006. Girls Aloud were only nominated once, winning their nomination.
|2003||Girls Aloud||Hot New Talent||Won|
|2005||Girls Aloud||Best UK Act||Won|
UK Video Music Awards
|2008||"Sexy! No No No..."||Best Video||Nominated|
Virgin Media Music Awards
|2007||Tangled Up||Album of the Year||Won|
|Girls Aloud||Best UK Act||Nominated|
|"Sexy! No No No..."||Video of the Year||Won|
|2008||Out of Control||Best Album||Nominated|
|Out of Control||Best Album Cover||Won|
|Girls Aloud||Best UK Act||Nominated|
|Girls Aloud||Legend of the Year||Nominated|
|2009||Girls Aloud||Best Group||Nominated|
Vodafone Live Music Awards
|2008||Tangled Up Tour||Tour of the Year||Nominated|
Zoo Magazine Awards
|2007||Girls Aloud||Best Female Band||Won|
- Girls Aloud discography
- Girls Aloud videography
- List of Girls Aloud concert tours
- List of Girls Aloud songs
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- "Take That lead Brit nominations". BBC News. 2008-01-18. Retrieved 2008-04-20.
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- "Brit award nominations in full". BBC News. BBC. 2010-01-18. Retrieved 2010-01-19.
- "The Promise by Girls Aloud is the 2009 British Single". The Brit Awards. British Phonographic Industry. February 18, 2009. Archived from the original on November 29, 2009. Retrieved 2009-11-26.
- "Glamour girls: Kylie Minogue steals the show at star-studded awards night". Daily Mail. Associated Newspapers. 2009-06-03. Retrieved 2009-08-21.
- "MUSIC PRODUCERS GUILD AWARDS 2009 – THE WINNERS". Music Producers Guild Awards. Retrieved 2010-05-21.
- "Osbournes win Silver Clef honour". BBC News. BBC. 2006-06-16. Retrieved 2010-05-21.
- "The O2 Silver Clef Lunch Past Winners". Nordoff-Robbins. Retrieved 2010-05-21.
- "Girls Aloud star takes £20 prize". BBC News. BBC. 2009-09-09. Retrieved 2010-05-22.
- "Virgin Media Music Awards 2009". Virgin Media. Virgin Group. Retrieved 2010-05-22.