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Katy Perry awards and nominations
Katy Perry performing Firework with a mic in her hand.
Katy Perry performing in August 2017
Totals[a]
Wins106
Nominations349
Note
  1. ^ Certain award groups do not simply award one winner. They recognize several different recipients, have runners-up, and have third place. Since this is a specific recognition and is different from losing an award, runner-up mentions are considered wins in this award tally. For simplification and to avoid errors, each award in this list has been presumed to have had a prior nomination.

American singer Katy Perry has received various awards and nominations throughout her career. She is the recipient of five American Music Awards, 16 ASCAP Pop Music Awards, five Billboard Music Awards, 10 BMI Awards, four Guinness World Records, five MTV Video Music Awards, 14 People's Choice Awards, a Juno Award, a Brit Award, two Myx Music Awards, three NRJ Music Awards, and five Teen Choice Awards. She has also been nominated for two ARIA Music Awards, 13 Grammy Awards, two Q Awards, and five Radio Disney Music Awards.

Perry's second studio album One of the Boys was released in 2008 and received the 2009 NRJ Music Award for International Album of the Year. Two singles from the album—"I Kissed a Girl" and "Hot n Cold"—were nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance in 2009 and 2010 respectively; the former's music video received five MTV Video Music Award nominations and the MTV Video Music Award Japan for Best Pop Video. She received several Best New Artist nominations, including one at the Los Premios MTV Latinoamérica 2008, and won the 2008 MTV Europe Music Award for Best New Act and also won the 2009 Brit Award for International Female Solo Artist. Her third album, Teenage Dream, became the first by a female artist to produce five number-one Billboard Hot 100 songs—"California Gurls", "Teenage Dream", "Firework", "E.T.", and "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)".[1] For the feat, she received a 2011 honorary American Music Award and an entry in the 2013 edition of Guinness World Record. The album was nominated for six Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year and Record of the Year for "Firework", and won the Juno Award for International Album of the Year.

Perry received the most nominations at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards with ten, winning Video of the Year for "Firework" and Best Collaboration and Best Special Effects for "E.T.". She became the first artist to be nominated for four different videos at a single ceremony.[2] Her single "Wide Awake" from Teenage Dream: The Complete Confection—a reissue of her third album Teenage Dream—was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Pop Solo Performance. In 2012, Billboard magazine declared her the "Woman of the Year" for her contributions to music.[3] Perry's fourth album, Prism, released in 2013, produced two Canadian number-one singles "Roar"[4] and "Dark Horse".[5] The former was nominated for Song of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards. At the following ceremony, the album received a Best Pop Vocal Album nomination while "Dark Horse" was nominated for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance. "Dark Horse" won Single of the Year at the 2014 American Music Awards. Perry was declared the Top Global Female Recording Artist of 2013 by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry.[6] She has been included in the Forbes list of "Top-Earning Women In Music" from 2011 to 2016, ranking among the top ten each year.[7]

She was also honoured in November 2016 at UNICEF by Hillary Clinton, through the Audrey Hepburn Humanitarian Award.[8]

Awards and nominations

Award Year[a] Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Category Result Ref.
American Music Awards 2010 Katy Perry Artist of the Year Nominated [9]
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated
Teenage Dream Favorite Pop/Rock Album Nominated
2011 Katy Perry Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated [10]
Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist Nominated
Artist of the Year Nominated
Special Achievement Award Won
2012 Katy Perry Artist of the Year Nominated [11]
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won
2014 Katy Perry Artist of the Year Nominated [12]
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won
Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist Won
Prism Favorite Pop/Rock Album Nominated
"Dark Horse" (featuring Juicy J) Single of the Year Won
APRA Awards
2011 "California Gurls" (featuring Snoop Dogg)[b] International Work of the Year Nominated [13]
2020 "Never Really Over" Most Performed Pop Work Nominated [14]
ARIA Music Awards
2010 Katy Perry Most Popular International Artist Nominated [15]
2014 Best International Artist Nominated [16]
ASCAP Pop Music Awards
2009 "I Kissed a Girl" Most Performed Song Won [17]
"Hot n Cold" Won
2010 Won [18]
"Waking Up in Vegas" Won
2011 "California Gurls" (featuring Snoop Dogg) Won [19]
"Teenage Dream" Won
2012 "Firework" Won [20]
"Teenage Dream" Won
"E.T." (featuring Kanye West) Won
"Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)" Won
2013 "The One That Got Away" Won [21]
"Part of Me" Won
"Wide Awake" Won
2014 Won [22]
"Roar" Won
2015 "Black Widow" Won [23]
Billboard Music Awards
2011 Katy Perry Fan Favorite Award Nominated [24]
Top Hot 100 Artist Won
Top Female Artist Nominated
Top Radio Songs Artist Nominated
Top Dance/Club Artirst Nominated
Top Digital Songs Artist Won
Pop Artist of the Year Nominated
"California Gurls" (featuring Snoop Dogg) Hot 100 Song of the Year Nominated
Top Digital Song Nominated
Pop Song of the Year Nominated
"Firework" Nominated
"Teenage Dream" Nominated
Teenage Dream Pop Album of the Year Nominated
2012 Katy Perry Billboard Spotlight Award Won [25]
Artist of the Year Nominated
Hot 100 Artist of the Year Nominated
Top Radio Songs Artist Nominated
Top Female Artist Nominated
Top Digital Songs Artist Nominated
Pop Artist of the Year Nominated
"E.T." Hot 100 Song of the Year Nominated
Top Digital Song Nominated
Pop Song of the Year Nominated
2013 Katy Perry Top Social Artist Nominated [26]
2014 Artist of the Year Nominated [27]
Top Female Artist Won
Top Hot 100 Artist Nominated
Top Digital Songs Artist Won
Top Radio Songs Artist Nominated
Top Streaming Artist Nominated
"Roar" Top Hot 100 Song Nominated
Top Digital Song Nominated
Top Radio Song Nominated
Top Streaming Song (Video) Nominated
2015 Katy Perry Top Artist Nominated [28]
Top Female Artist Nominated
Top Touring Artist Nominated
Billboard Latin Music Awards
2012 Katy Perry Crossover Artist of the Year Nominated [29]
2020 Katy Perry Crossover Artist of the Year Won [30]
Billboard Touring Awards
2011 Katy Perry Breakthrough Act Nominated [31]
2014 Prismatic World Tour Top Package Won [32]
Concert Marketing & Promotion Award Nominated
Billboard Women in Music
2012 Katy Perry Woman of the Year Won [33]
BMI Awards
2012 "Firework" Pop Song of the Year Won

[34]

Award Winning Songs Won
"Teenage Dream" Won
"Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F)" Won
"California Gurls" Won
2014 "Roar" Won [35]
2015 "Dark Horse" Won [36]
"Birthday" Won
"Black Widow" Won
2018 "Chained to the Rhythm" Won [37]
Brit Awards
2009 Katy Perry International Female Solo Artist Won [38]
2011 Nominated [39]
Teenage Dream International Album of the Year Nominated
2014 Katy Perry International Female Solo Artist Nominated [40]
2018 "Feels" (with Calvin Harris, Pharrell Williams & Big Sean) British Single of the Year Nominated [41]
British Video of the Year Eliminated
Channel V Thailand Music Video Awards
2009 Katy Perry Popular International New Artist Nominated [42]
2011 Popular International Female Artist Nominated
CMT Music Awards
2015 "Roar" (with Kacey Musgraves) CMT Performance of the Year¨ Nominated [43]
Do Something! Awards
2012 Katy Perry Best Music Artist Nominated [44]
Elle Style Awards
2014 Katy Perry Woman of the Year Won [45]
Emmy Awards
2015 Super Bowl XLIX halftime show (starring Katy Perry) Outstanding Short-Format Live-Action Entertainment Program Nominated [46]
Eska Music Awards
2009 One of the Boys Best-Selling Album in Poland Won [47]
Glamour Award
2009 Katy Perry Newcomer of the Year Won [48]
Grammy Awards
2009 "I Kissed a Girl" Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated [49]
2010 "Hot n Cold" Nominated [50]
2011 "Teenage Dream" Nominated [51]
Teenage Dream Album of the Year Nominated
Best Pop Vocal Album Nominated
"California Gurls" Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals Nominated
2012 "Firework" Record of the Year Nominated [52]
Best Pop Solo Performance Nominated
2013 "Wide Awake" Nominated [53]
2014 "Roar" Nominated [54]
Song of the Year Nominated
2015 "Dark Horse" Best Pop Duo/Group Performance Nominated [55]
Prism Best Pop Vocal Album Nominated
Human Rights Campaign Gala
2017 Katy Perry National Equality Award Won [56]
iHeartRadio Music Awards
2015 "Dark Horse" (featuring Juicy J) Best Collaboration Nominated [57]
2016 Katy Perry and the Left Shark Most Meme-able Moment Nominated [58]
2017 KatyCats Best Fan Army Nominated [59]
2020 Con Calma (with Daddy Yankee & Snow) Latin Pop/Urban Song of the Year Won [60]
Juno Awards
2011 Teenage Dream International Album Of The Year Won [61]
2015 Prism Nominated [62]
LOS40 Music Awards
2014 Prism Best International Album Nominated [63]
"Dark Horse" (featuring Juicy J) Best International Video Nominated
2017 "Chained to the Rhythm" (featuring Skip Marley) International Video of the Year Nominated [64]
Los Premios MTV Latinoamérica
2008 Katy Perry Best New Artist – International Nominated [65]
Fashionista – Female Nominated
"I Kissed a Girl" Song of the Year Nominated
2009 "Hot n Cold" Best Ringtone Won [66]
Katy Perry Fashionista – Female Nominated
Meus Prêmios Nick 2011 Katy Perry Favorite International Artist Nominated
2012 Nominated
2019 "Never Really Over" Favorite International Hit Nominated
MTV Australia Awards
2009 Katy Perry Best Breakthrough Won [67]
MTV Europe Music Awards
2008 "I Kissed a Girl" Most Addictive Track Nominated [68]
Katy Perry Best New Act Won
2009 Best Female Nominated [69]
"Waking Up in Vegas" Best Video Nominated
2010 Katy Perry Best Female Nominated [70]
Best Pop Nominated
Best World Stage Performance Nominated
"California Gurls" (featuring Snoop Dogg) Best Video Won
Best Song Nominated
2011 Katy Perry Best Female Nominated [71]
Best Pop Nominated
Best Live Act Won
Best North American Act Nominated
"Firework" Best Song Nominated
2012 Katy Perry Best Female Nominated [72]
Best Pop Nominated
Biggest Fans Nominated
"Wide Awake" Best Video Nominated
2013 Katy Perry Best Female Won [73]
Best Pop Nominated
2014 Katy Perry Best Female Nominated [74]
Best Pop Nominated
Best Look Won
Best Live Act Nominated
Best US Act Nominated
"Dark Horse" (featuring Juicy J) Best Song Nominated
Best Video Won
2015 Katy Perry Best Live Act Nominated [75]
Biggest Fans Nominated
2017 Nominated [76]
"Bon Appétit" (feat. Migos) Best Video Nominated
2020 Katy Perry Best Pop Nominated [77]
Tomorrowland: Around the World Best Virtual Live Nominated
MTV Italian Music Awards
2009 Katy Perry Best New Artist Nominated [78]
2011 Best Artist With A Cameraphone Nominated [79]
"E.T." (featuring Kanye West) Best Lyrics Video Nominated
"Catfight" (shared with Rihanna) Favorite Animated GIF Nominated
Katy Perry Best Look Nominated
Too Much Award Nominated
Wonder Woman Award Nominated
2012 Nominated [80]
"Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)" Best Video Nominated
2014 Katy Perry Wonder Woman Award Nominated [81]
Artist Saga Nominated
2015 Katy Perry Twittstar Awards Nominated
Artist Saga Nominated
#MTVAwardsStar Nominated
2016 Katy Perry #MTVAwardsStar Nominated
Artist Saga Nominated
2017 Katy Perry Best International Female Nominated [82]
Artist Saga Nominated
MTV Millennial Awards Brazil
2018 Katy Perry and Taylor Swift Shade of the Year Won [83]
Nugget Pet of the Year Nominated
MTV Video Music Awards
2008 "I Kissed a Girl" Best Art Direction Nominated [84]
Best Cinematography Nominated
Best Editing Nominated
Best New Artist Nominated
Best Female Video Nominated
2009 "Hot n Cold" Nominated [85]
2010 "California Gurls" (featuring Snoop Dogg) Nominated [86]
Best Pop Video Nominated
2011 "Teenage Dream" Best Cinematography Nominated [87]
Firework" Video of the Year Won
Best Female Video Nominated
Best Video with a Message Nominated
"E.T." (featuring Kanye West) Best Collaboration Won
Best Art Direction Nominated
Best Direction Nominated
Best Editing Nominated
Best Special Effects Won
"Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)" Best Pop Video Nominated
2012 "Wide Awake" Video of the Year Nominated [88]
Best Visual Effects Nominated
Best Art Direction Won
"Part of Me" Best Female Video Nominated
2014 "Dark Horse" (featuring Juicy J) Won [89]
Best Collaboration Nominated
"Birthday" Best Lyric Video Nominated
2017 "Chained to the Rhythm" (featuring Skip Marley) Best Pop Nominated [90]
Best Direction Nominated
Best Visual Effects Nominated
"Feels" (with Calvin Harris, Pharrell Williams & Big Sean) Best Collaboration Nominated
"Bon Appétit" (featuring Migos) Best Art Direction Nominated
2020 "Harleys in Hawaii" Best Cinematography Nominated [91]
MTV Video Music Awards Japan
2009 Katy Perry Best New Artist Nominated [92]
"I Kissed a Girl" Best Pop Video Won
2011 "California Gurls" (featuring Snoop Dogg) Best Collaboration Nominated [93]
Best Pop Video Nominated
Video of the Year Nominated
2014 "Roar" Nominated [94]
Best Female Video Nominated
2017 "Bon Appétit" Best Female Video Won
Much Music Video Awards
2009 "I Kissed a Girl" UR Fave: International Artist Nominated [95]
"Hot n Cold" International Video of the Year – Artist Nominated
2010 "Waking Up In Vegas" Nominated [96]
"Starstrukk" (with 3OH!3) International Video of the Year – Group Nominated
2011 "E.T." (featuring Kanye West) International Video of the Year – Artist Nominated [97]
"California Gurls" (featuring Snoop Dogg) Most Streaming Video of the Year Nominated
"Teenage Dream" Nominated
2012 "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)" International Video of the Year – Artist Won [98]
Katy Perry UR Fave: International Artist or Group Won
2014 Nominated [99]
"Dark Horse" (featuring Juicy J) International Video of the Year – Artist Nominated
2017 Katy Perry International Artist of the Year Nominated
Fan Fave International Artist or Group Nominated
Music Video Production Awards
2009 "Waking Up in Vegas" Video of the Year Won [100]
2010 "California Gurls" Best Pop Video Won
2012 "The One That Got Away" Best Hair Won
Best Pop Video Nominated
2013 "Wide Awake" Won
Best Director of a Female Artist Nominated
Myx Music Awards
2012 "Firework" Favorite International Video Won [101]
2013 "Part of Me" Nominated [102]
2014 "Roar" Won [103]
2015 "Dark Horse" (featuring Juicy J) Nominated [104]
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards
2009 "I Kissed a Girl" Favorite Song Nominated [105]
2011 Katy Perry Favorite Female Singer Won [106]
"California Gurls" (featuring Snoop Dogg) Favorite Song Nominated
2012 "Firework" Nominated [107]
The Smurfs Favorite Voice From an Animated Movie Won
Katy Perry Favorite Female Singer Nominated
2013 Won [108]
2014 The Smurfs 2 Favorite Voice From an Animated Movie Nominated [109]
"Roar" Favorite Song Nominated
Katy Perry Favorite Female Singer Nominated
2015 Nominated [110]
"Dark Horse" (featuring Juicy J) Favorite Song of the Year Nominated
2018 Katy Perry Favorite Female Artist Nominated
2020 Nominated [111][112]
2021 Nominated [113]
Nickelodeon Argentina Kids' Choice Awards 2012 Katy Perry Favorite International Artist Nominated
2014 Nominated
Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards
2010 "California Gurls" (featuring Snoop Dogg) Fave Song Won [114]
2011 Katy Perry Fave International Artist Won [114]
2015 KatyCats Aussie/Kiwi's Favourite Fan Army Nominated [115]
Nickelodeon Mexico Kids' Choice Awards 2011 "Firework" Favorite Song Won
Katy Perry Favorite International Artist or Group Nominated
NME Awards
2009 Katy Perry Worst Dressed Nominated [116]
2010 Nominated [117]
2011 Teenage Dream Worst Album Nominated [118]
2012 Katy Perry Hottest Female Nominated [119]
NRJ Music Awards
2009 One of the Boys International Album of the Year Won [120]
2011 Katy Perry International Female Artist of the Year Nominated [121]
"California Gurls" (featuring Snoop Dogg) International Song of the Year Nominated
Video of the Year Nominated
2013 "Roar" International Song of the Year Won [122]
Katy Perry International Female Artist of the Year Won
2017 Nominated
Katy Perry ft. Calvin Harris, Pharrell Williams & Big Sean International Duo/Group of the Year Nominated
"Feels" (with Calvin Harris, Pharrell Williams & Big Sean) Video of the Year Nominated
People's Choice Awards
2009 "I Kissed a Girl" Favorite Pop Song Won [123]
2010 Katy Perry Favorite Pop Artist Nominated [124]
2011 Favorite Female Artist Won [125]
Favorite Pop Artist Nominated
Favorite Internet Sensation Won
"California Gurls" (featuring Snoop Dogg) Favorite Song Nominated
"Teenage Dream" Favorite Music Video Nominated
2012 Katy Perry Favorite Female Artist Won [126]
Favorite Pop Artist Nominated
Katy Perry Favorite Tour Headliner Won
"E.T." (featuring Kanye West) Favorite Song Won
"Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)" Favorite Music Video Won
How I Met Your Mother Favorite TV Guest Star Won
The Smurfs Favorite Animated Movie Voice Nominated
2013 Katy Perry Favorite Female Artist Won [127]
Favorite Pop Artist Won
KatyCats Favorite Music Fan Following Won
"Part of Me" Favorite Music Video Won
2014 Katy Perry Favorite Female Artist Nominated [128]
Favorite Pop Artist Nominated
Katy Perry Favorite Music Fan Following Nominated
"Roar" Favorite Song Won
Favorite Music Video Won
2015 Katy Perry Favorite Female Artist Nominated [129]
Pop Awards
2018 "Chained to the Rhythm" Song Of The Year Award Nominated [130]
2021 Katy Perry Female Artist Of The Year Award Won [131]
Premios Juventud
2014 Katy Perry Favorite Artist, Not Hispanic Nominated [132]
"Roar" Favorite Song, Not in Spanish Nominated
"Dark Horse" (featuring Juicy J) Nominated
Q Awards
2008 "I Kissed a Girl" Best Track Nominated [133]
2011 "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)" Best Video Nominated [134]
Radio Academy Awards
2011 Katy Perry Most Played Artist on British Radio Won
Radio Disney Music Awards
2013 "Wide Awake" Best Breakup Song Nominated [135]
2014 "Roar" Song of the Year Nominated [136]
Herself Best Female Artist Nominated
Katy Perry Fiercest Fans Nominated
2017 Herself Best Female Artist Nominated [137]
red! Star Award
2010 Katy Perry Fashion Icon Won [138]
The Record of the Year
2008 "I Kissed a Girl" The Record of the Year Nominated [139]
2010 "California Gurls" Nominated [140]
Teen Choice Awards
2008 Katy Perry Choice MySpacer Nominated [141]
"I Kissed a Girl" Choice Music: Summer Song Nominated
2009 Katy Perry Choice Music: Female Artist Nominated [142]
"Hot n Cold" Choice Music: Single by a Female Artist Nominated
One of the Boys Choice Music: Album (Female Artist) Nominated
2010 Katy Perry Choice Fashion: Female Hottie Nominated [143]
Choice Fashion: Red Carpet Fashion Icon Female Nominated
"California Gurls" (featuring Snoop Dogg) Choice Music: Single Won
Choice Summer Song Won
"If We Ever Meet Again" (with Timbaland) Choice Music: Hook Up Nominated
2011 Katy Perry Choice Music: Female Artist Nominated [144]
Choice Summer: Female Music Star Won
"Firework" Choice Music: Single Nominated
"Teenage Dream" Choice Music: Love Song Nominated
"Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)" Choice Music: Summer Song Nominated
2012 Katy Perry Choice Music: Female Artist Nominated [145]
Choice Fashion: Female Hottie Nominated
Choice Summer Music Star: Female Nominated
"Part of Me" Choice Music: Single by a Female Artist Nominated
"Wide Awake" Choice Break-Up Song Nominated
The Sims 3: Showtime – Katy Perry Choice Video Game Nominated
Katy Perry: Part of Me Choice Summer Movie: Comedy/Music Won
2013 Katy Perry Twitter Personality Nominated [146]
2014 Choice Music: Female Artist Nominated [147]
Choice Web: Social Media Queen Won
Choice Web: Twit Nominated
"Dark Horse" (featuring Juicy J) Choice Music: Single by a Female Artist Nominated
Prismatic World Tour Choice Summer Tour Nominated
2015 Katy Perry Social Media Queen Nominated [148]
Choice Twit Nominated
2016 Nominated [149]
2017 Choice Music: Female Artist Nominated [150]
The Trevor Project
2012 Katy Perry Trevor Hero Award Won [151]
UNICEF
2016 Katy Perry Audrey Hepburn Humanitarian Award Won [152]
Webby Awards
2011 Pieces of Katy Best Non-Profit/Education Campaign Nominated [153]
2018 "Chained To The Rhythm" disco ball campaign People's Choice Award Won [154]
2021 "Harleys in Hawaii” People's Choice Award Won
YouTube Music Awards
2013 Katy Perry Artist of the Year Nominated [155]
2015 50 artists to watch Won [156]

Other accolades

Publication Year Listicle Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Ref.
Access Hollywood 2010 The 10 Best Albums of 2010 Teenage Dream (Ranked #1)
Associated Press 2019 The Top 15 Albums of the Decade Teenage Dream (Ranked #9)
Billboard 2019 The 100 Greatest Albums of the 2010s Teenage Dream (Ranked #14)
Complex 2013 The 50 Best Pop Album Covers of the Past Five Years One of the Boys (Ranked #16)
Teenage Dream (Ranked #42)
Consequence of Sound 2019 The 100 Top Albums of the 2010s Teenage Dream (Ranked #70)
Drowned in Sound 2017 Drowned in Sound's Favourite Albums of 2017 Witness (Ranked #46)
FHM Australia 2011 Sexiest Woman in the World Katy Perry
Forbes 2012 Celebrity 100 Katy Perry (Ranked #8)
2014 Katy Perry (Ranked #9)
30 Under 30 (Music) Katy Perry
2015 Celebrity 100 Katy Perry (Ranked #3)
2020 Katy Perry (Ranked #86)
Genius 2019 The Genius Community's 100 Best Albums of the 2010s Teenage Dream (Ranked #99)
Gigwise 2010 The Best Album Covers of 2010 Teenage Dream
The Guardian 2010 The Best Albums of 2010 Teenage Dream (Ranked #8)
Guinness World Records 2010 Best Start on the US Digital Chart by a Female Artist Katy Perry [171]
2013 First Female with Five Number One US singles from One Album [172]
2015 Most Twitter Followers [173]
2016 Most Viewed Halftime Performance Super Bowl XLIX halftime show (starring Katy Perry) [174]
MTV 2010 The Top 10 Best Albums of 2010 Teenage Dream (Ranked #5)
Oregon Public Broadcasting 2010 The Best Albums of 2010 Teenage Dream (Ranked #8)
Paste 2019 The 30 Best Pop Albums of the 2010s Teenage Dream (Ranked #16)
PopSugar 2010 The Top 10 Favorite Albums of 2010 Teenage Dream (Ranked #7)
PopJustice 2010 The Top 33 Albums Of 2010 Teenage Dream (Ranked #21)
Rolling Stone India 2019 The 50 Albums of the Decade Teenage Dream (Ranked #43)
Tampa Bay Times 2019 The 10 Best Albums of the 2010s Teenage Dream (Ranked #5)
VH1 2015 The Most Important Pop Albums Of The Last 10 Years Teenage Dream (Ranked #1)

Sources

Notes

  1. ^ Indicates the year of ceremony. Each year is linked to the article about the awards held that year, wherever possible.
  2. ^ The songwriters, Perry, Lukasz Gottwald, Max Martin, Benjamin Levin, Bonnie McKee, Brian Wilson, Michael Love, and Calvin Broadus, were nominated.

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