List of awards and nominations received by Kelly Clarkson

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Kelly Clarkson awards and nominations
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Clarkson with her Women's World Award in 2009
Awards and nominations
Award Wins Nominations
American Music Awards
4 5
Billboard Music Awards
12 4
Brit Awards
0 2
CMT Music Awards
0 3
Grammy Awards
3 13
Juno Awards
0 1
Meteor Music Awards
0 1
MTV Asia Awards
1 0
MTV Australia Awards
0 2
MTV Video Music Awards
3 8
Much Music Video Awards
1 4
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards
1 0
People's Choice Awards
1 1
Radio Music Awards
1 5
Teen Choice Awards
6 12
TMF Awards
3 0
World Music Awards
0 11
Totals
Awards won 57
Nominations 102

American singer Kelly Clarkson has been honored with numerous accolades for her work in music. She came into prominence after becoming the original winner of the American television competition American Idol in 2002.[1] Her debut studio album Thankful was released in a year later and produced the hit single "Miss Independent" which was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance and a MTV Video Music Award for Best New Artist in a Video.[2][3] Her sophomore studio album Breakaway, released in 2004, won a Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album and was nominated for an American Music Award and a Juno Award.[4][5][6] Its lead single "Since U Been Gone" won a Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance and two MTV Video Music Awards,[4][7] while its follow-up single "Because of You" also won an MTV Video Music Award and was bestowed by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers for its Pop Song of the Year award.[8][9]

Clarkson's third studio album My December was released in 2007. That same year, she released a duet recording of "Because of You" with American singer Reba McEntire which was nominated for various country music awards, including a Grammy Award nomination for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals.[10] Released in 2009, her fourth studio album All I Ever Wanted merited a consideration for a Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album.[11] Its lead single "My Life Would Suck Without You" received a MTV Video Music Award nomination.[12] Her collaboration with American recording artist Jason Aldean titled "Don't You Wanna Stay" was released in the following year and has received several country music awards and nominations, including a Grammy Award nomination for Best Country Duo/Group Performance.[13]

Clarkson's fifth studio album Stronger was released in 2011 and won a Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album in 2013, making her the only artist recipient to win the award more than once.[4][14] Its single "Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)" also received three Grammy Award considerations, including a nomination for Record of the Year.[15] Her two subsequent album releases Greatest Hits – Chapter One and Wrapped in Red both received World Music Award nominations.[16] In addition, Chapter One's single "Don't Rush", featuring American musician Vince Gill, also received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Country Duo/Group Performance.[17] Clarkson's seventh studio album Piece by Piece was released in 2015 and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album—earning her the record for most nominations for an artist in the category.[4][14] Two of the album's singles "Heartbeat Song" and an alternate version of "Piece by Piece" were also nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Pop Solo Performance.[4][18]

Academy of Country Music Awards[edit]

Presented by the Academy of Country Music, the Academy of Country Music Awards was the first program to award achievements in the country music industry.[19] In 2012, Clarkson won two awards for the single "Don't You Wanna Stay".[20] She has also received two other nominations, both of which are for the Vocal Event of the Year award.[21][22]

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2008 "Because of You" (with Reba McEntire) Vocal Event of the Year Nominated [21]
2012 "Don't You Wanna Stay" (with Jason Aldean) Single Record of the Year Won [20]
Vocal Event of the Year Won
2013 "Don't Rush" (featuring Vince Gill) Nominated [22]

American Country Awards[edit]

Broadcast by the Fox Broadcasting Company from 2010 to 2013, the American Country Awards was an annual music awards show where winners were voted by the country music audiences.[23] Clarkson won two awards in 2011.[24] She was subsequently nominated for two awards in 2013.[25]

Year Nominee(s) / Work Category Result Ref.
2011 "Don't You Wanna Stay" (with Jason Aldean) Single of the Year: Vocal Collaboration Won [24]
Video of the Year: Group, Duo or Collaboration Won
2013 Kelly Clarkson Female Artist of the Year Nominated [25]
"Don't Rush" (featuring Vince Gill) Single by a Vocal Collaboration Nominated

American Music Awards[edit]

Created by television entertainer Dick Clark through his production company, the American Music Awards is the world's biggest public-voted music awarding presentation, where the nominees are selected based on their commercial performance.[26] Clarkson has won four awards from nine nominations, including the Artist of the Year award in 2005.[27]

Year Nominee / Work Category Result Ref.
2003 Kelly Clarkson Favorite Pop/Rock New Artist Nominated [28]
2005 Artist of the Year (T-Mobile Text-In Award) Won [27]
[29]
[5]
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated
Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist Won
Breakaway Favorite Pop/Rock Album Nominated
2006 Kelly Clarkson Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won [29]
Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist Won
2012 Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated [30]
Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist Nominated

AOL Moviegoer Awards[edit]

The AOL Moviegoer Awards were held by AOL for accomplishments in feature films as voted the film audiences across the United States.[31] Clarkson received an award for her song "The Trouble with Love Is", from the film Love Actually in the 2003 gala.[31]

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2003 "The Trouble with Love Is" Hottest Song Won [31]

ASCAP Music Awards[edit]

Organized by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), the ASCAP Music Awards program honors the most-performed and outstanding songs written by their members. Clarkson, who became an ASCAP member in 2004,[32] has received nine honors from the organization, including the Song of the Year award in 2007.[9]

ASCAP Country Music Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2008 "Because of You" Most Performed Song Honored [33]

ASCAP Pop Music Awards[edit]

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2006 "Behind These Hazel Eyes" Most Performed Song Honored [34]
2007 "Because of You" Song of the Year Honored [9]
Most Performed Song Honored [35]
"Behind These Hazel Eyes" Honored
"Walk Away" Honored
2010 "Already Gone" Honored [36]
2011 Honored [37]
2014 "Catch My Breath" Honored [38]

Billboard Music Awards[edit]

The Billboard Music Awards, which celebrates chart performance achievements in the American music scene, are awarded annually by the music industry publication Billboard.[39] Clarkson has won twelve awards from seventeen nominations.[40]

Year Nominee / Work Category Result Ref.
2002 "Before Your Love"/"A Moment Like This" Best Selling Single of the Year Won [28]
2005 Kelly Clarkson The Billboard 200 Female Artist Nominated [41]
[42]
[43]
[44]
[45]
Hot 100 Artist of the Year Nominated
Hot 100 Female Artist Won
Hot Digital Song Artist Nominated
Hot Digital Track Artist Won
Pop 100 Artist of the Year Won
Pop 100 Female Artist Won
Adult Top 40 Artist Won
Hot Dance Radio Airplay Artist Won
"Since U Been Gone" Hot Digital Song Nominated
Hot Digital Track Won
Pop 100 Single Won
Pop 100 Airplay Single Won
"Breakaway" Hot Adult Contemporary Song Won
Top Soundtrack Single Won

Brit Awards[edit]

The Brit Awards is an annual awards showcase presented by the British Phonographic Industry for successes in British popular music.[46] Clarkson was nominated in twice in 2006.[47]

Year Nominee Category Result Ref.
2006 Kelly Clarkson Best Pop Act Nominated [47]
Best International Female Nominated

Country Music Association Awards[edit]

Organized by the Country Music Association (CMA), the Country Music Association Awards is the longest-running annual music awards program in American TV history, honoring achievements in country music.[48] Clarkson has received a CMA award out of six nominations.[49]

Year Nominee(s) / Work Category Result Ref.
2007 "Because of You" (with Reba McEntire) Musical Event of the Year Nominated [49]
2011 "Don't You Wanna Stay" (with Jason Aldean) Single of the Year Nominated
Musical Event of the Year Won
2012 Kelly Clarkson Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
2013 Nominated
"Don't Rush" (featuring Vince Gill) Musical Event of the Year Nominated

Dorian Awards[edit]

The Dorian Awards are an annual awards ceremony organized by the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association (GALECA) for the finest in film and television accessible in the United States, across a variety of categories, from general to LGBTQ-centric.[50] Clarkson has received a nomination in 2016.[50]

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2016 "Piece by Piece" TV Musical Performance of the Year Nominated [50]

Echo Awards[edit]

The Echo Music Prize is an annual awards ceremony organized by the Deutsche Phono-Akademie (German Phonographic Academy) for achievements in the German music scene.[51] Clarkson was nominated once in 2007.[51]

Year Nominee Category Result Ref.
2007 Kelly Clarkson Best International Rock/Pop Female Artist Nominated [51]

Grammy Awards[edit]

Promulgated as the premier honor in the American music industry, the Grammy Awards are annually presented by The Recording Academy for outstanding achievements and artistic excellence in the recording arts.[52] Clarkson has won three Grammy Awards out of thirteen nominations.[4] She also currently holds the record for most nominations for Best Pop Vocal Album with four merited considerations.[14]

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2004 "Miss Independent" Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated [2]
2006 "Since U Been Gone" Won [4]
Breakaway Best Pop Vocal Album Won
2008 "Because of You" (with Reba McEntire) Best Country Collaboration with Vocals Nominated [10]
2010 All I Ever Wanted Best Pop Vocal Album Nominated [11]
2012 "Don't You Wanna Stay" (with Jason Aldean) Best Country Duo/Group Performance Nominated [13]
2013 "Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)" Record of the Year Nominated [4]
[15]
Best Pop Solo Performance Nominated
Stronger Best Pop Vocal Album Won
2014 "Don't Rush" (featuring Vince Gill) Best Country Duo/Group Performance Nominated [17]
2016 "Heartbeat Song" Best Pop Solo Performance Nominated [4]
Piece by Piece Best Pop Vocal Album Nominated
2017 "Piece by Piece" (Idol Version) Best Pop Solo Performance Nominated [18]

Golden Raspberry Awards[edit]

The Golden Raspberry Awards are annually presented by the Golden Raspberry Award Foundation in humorous commendation of the lamentable films of the year, as voted by affiliates whose membership were obtained from the organization's website.[53] Clarkson has received two nominations for her performance in the film From Justin to Kelly in 2003.[54]

Year Nominee(s) Category Result Ref.
2003 Kelly Clarkson Worst Actress Nominated [54]
Kelly Clarkson and Justin Guarini Worst Screen Couple Nominated

iHeartRadio Music Awards[edit]

Sponsored by the radio platform iHeartRadio, the iHeartRadio Music Awards are presented to American radio's most successful artists and music of the year, as determined by the station's listeners.[55] In 2016 and 2017, Clarkson received nominations for her cover version of Barbadian artist Rihanna's singles "Bitch Better Have My Money" (2015) and "Love on the Brain" (2016).[55][56]

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2016 "Bitch Better Have My Money" Best Cover Song Nominated [55]
2017 "Love on the Brain" Nominated [56]

International Dance Music Awards[edit]

Presented annually by the Winter Music Conference, the International Dance Music Awards recognize and honor exceptional achievements in the electronic dance music industry. Clarkson has received a nomination in 2006.[57]

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2006 "Since U Been Gone" Best Pop Dance Track Nominated [57]

Juno Awards[edit]

Presented by the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, the Juno Awards showcase the accomplishments in the Canadian music scene every year.[58] Clarkson received a nomination the 2006 awards event.[6]

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2006 Breakaway International Album of the Year Nominated [6]

Los Premios 40 Principales[edit]

Los Premios 40 Principales is Spain's premier awards presentation honoring commercial successes in its music industry. Clarkson was nominated for the Best International New Artist award during its inaugural presentation in 2006.[59]

Year Nominee Category Result Ref.
2006 Kelly Clarkson Best International New Artist Nominated [59]

Meteor Ireland Music Awards[edit]

Presented from 2001 to 2010, the Meteor Ireland Music Awards honors the national and international achievements in the Irish recording industry.[60] Clarkson has received a nomination in 2006.[61]

Year Nominee Category Result Ref.
2006 Kelly Clarkson Best International Female Nominated [61]

MuchMusic Video Awards[edit]

Produced by the Canadian channel MuchMusic, the MuchMusic Video Awards is an outdoor street awards program honoring music videos by Canadian and international artists.[62] Clarkson has received an award in 2006.[63]

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2006 "Behind These Hazel Eyes" Best International Video – Artist Nominated [64]
[63]
"Because of You" People's Choice: Favorite International Artist Won
2009 "My Life Would Suck Without You" Best International Video – Artist Nominated [65]
2012 "Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)" Nominated [66]
"Mr. Know It All" Most Streamed Video of the Year Nominated

People's Choice Awards[edit]

The People's Choice Awards is an annual awards program recognizing popular culture successes in the entertainment industry, where winners are chosen based on general public polling.[67] Clarkson has won an award in 2006 and was also nominated in 2016.[68][69]

Year Nominee Category Result Ref.
2006 Kelly Clarkson Favorite Female Musical Performer Won [68]
2016 Favorite Pop Artist Nominated [69]

Pollstar Awards[edit]

The Pollstar Awards are awarded by the trade publication Pollstar to artists, management, talent buyers, venues, and support services for professionalism and achievements in the concert tour industry.[70] Clarkson has received a nomination in 2009.[71]

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2009 2 Worlds 2 Voices Tour (with Reba McEntire) Most Creative Tour Package Nominated [71]

Premios Oye![edit]

The Premios Nacional a la Música Grabada, popularly known as the Premios Oye!, are awarded by the Academia Nacional de la Música en México (National Academy of Music in Mexico) for excellence in the Mexican music industry.[72] Clarkson was nominated once in the 2006 ceremony.[72]

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2006 "Because of You" English Song of the Year Nominated [72]

Radio Disney Music Awards[edit]

Organized by the American radio network Radio Disney, the Radio Disney Music Awards awards the year's achievements in the teen pop music industry, as determined by the network's adolescent audiences.[73] Clarkson had won two awards from thirteen nominations.

Year Nominee / Work Category Result Ref.
2003 "Miss Independent" Best Song That Makes You Turn Up the Radio Nominated [73]
[74]
Best Video That Rocks Nominated
Best Song to Sing Hairbrush Karaoke Won
2004 "Breakaway" Best Homework Song Nominated [75]
Best Song to Air Guitars Nominated
Best Video That Rocks Nominated
2006 Kelly Clarkson Best Female Artist Nominated [76]
"Since U Been Gone" Best Song You've Heard a Million Times and Still Love Won
2007 Kelly Clarkson Best Female Artist Nominated [77]
Best Top 40 Artist Nominated
"Never Again" Best Song to Dance Nominated
Best Song to Wake Up To Nominated
Best Song to Sing to an Ex Nominated

Radio Music Awards[edit]

Presented from 1999 to 2005, the Radio Music Awards was an annual music awards gala lauding the outstanding commercial performances on American radio airplay, as monitored by music industry research firm Mediabase.[78][79] Clarkson received one an award out of six nominations.[80]

Year Nominee / Work Category Result Ref.
2003 "Miss Independent" Song of the Year – Top 40 Radio Nominated [81]
2005 Kelly Clarkson Artist of the Year – Mainstream Hit Radio Won [79]
[80]
Artist of the Year – Adult Hit Radio Nominated
"Behind These Hazel Eyes" Song of the Year – Mainstream Hit Radio Nominated
"Since U Been Gone" Nominated
"Breakaway" Song of the Year – Adult Hit Radio Nominated

The Record of the Year[edit]

The Record of the Year was an award special televised by the ITV network where the winner is voted by the British audiences from a selection of the year's ten biggest-selling singles in the United Kingdom.[82] Clarkson's song "Since U Been Gone" was shortlisted for 2005 prize.[82]

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2005 "Since U Been Gone" The Record of the Year Shortlisted [82]

Teen Choice Awards[edit]

The Teen Choice Awards, organized by the Fox Broadcasting Company, is an annual TV special awarding the most influential in the cultural zeitgeist of adolescent audiences.[83] Clarkson was nominated nineteen times and has won six awards, including a clean sweep in the 2005 program.[84][85]

Year Nominee(s) / Work Category Result Ref.
2003 Kelly Clarkson Choice Movie – Female Breakout Star Nominated [84]
[86]
Kelly Clarkson and Justin Guarini Choice Movie – Chemistry Nominated
Kelly Clarkson Choice Music – Female Artist Won
Choice Music – Breakout Artist Nominated
Choice Music – Crossover Artist Nominated
"A Moment Like This" Choice Music – Love Song Nominated
2005 "Since U Been Gone" Choice Music – Single Won [85]
Breakaway Choice Music – Album Won
Kelly Clarkson Choice Music – Female Artist Won
"Behind These Hazel Eyes" Choice Music – Summer Song Won
2006 Kelly Clarkson Choice Music – Female Artist Won [87]
"Walk Away" Choice Music – Single Nominated
2007 "Never Again" Choice Music – Payback Track Nominated [88]
2009 "My Life Would Suck Without You" Choice Music – Single Nominated [89]
2010 Kelly Clarkson Choice American Idol Alum Nominated [90]
2012 "Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)" Choice Music Single – Female Nominated [91]
Choice Music – Break Up Song Nominated
2015 "Heartbeat Song" Choice Music Single – Female Nominated [92]

Viacom Media Networks awards[edit]

CMT Music Awards[edit]

The CMT Music Awards are presented by Viacom Media Networks' CMT channel for recognizing country music's outstanding video and musical achievements.[93] Clarkson was nominated for the Collaborative Video of the Year award three times.[94][95][96]

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2008 "Because of You" (with Reba McEntire) Collaborative Video of the Year Nominated [94]
2011 "Don't You Wanna Stay" (with Jason Aldean) Nominated [95]
2013 "Don't Rush" (featuring Vince Gill) (from the 2012 CMA Awards) Nominated [96]

CMT Online Awards[edit]

The CMT Online Awards were online awards organized by CMT dedicated to recognize the year's best digital accomplishments in American country music.[97] Clarkson has on won an award once in 2007.[98]

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2007 "Because of You" (with Reba McEntire) (from the CMT Crossroads) Number One Streamed Live Performance Won [98]

Los Premios MTV Latinoamérica[edit]

Broadcast by Viacom International Media Networks – The Americas, the Premios MTV Latinoamérica is an annual TV special which celebrates the top artists appearing in music videos aired throughout Latin America by Viacom's video channels.[99] Clarkson has received three nominations from 2005–06.[100][101]

Year Nominee Category Result Ref.
2005 Kelly Clarkson Best International Pop Artist Nominated [100]
Best New International Artist Nominated
2006 Best International Pop Artist Nominated [101]

MTV Asia Awards[edit]

Aired by MTV Networks Asia from 2006–08, the MTV Asia Awards was a regional awards show recognizing the most successful Asian and international music artists.[102] Clarkson has won an award in its 2006 program.[103]

Year Nominee Category Result Ref.
2006 Kelly Clarkson Best International Pop Artist Won [103]

MTV Australia Video Music Awards[edit]

The MTV Australia Video Music Awards were awarded by MTV Networks Australia & New Zealand from 2005 to 2009 to recognize the best of Australian and international music in a variety of viewer-based categories.[104] Clarkson has received two considerations for her music video "Because of You" in 2006.[104]

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2006 "Because of You" Best Female Artist Nominated [104]
Best Pop Video Nominated

MTV Video Music Awards[edit]

The MTV Video Music Awards are annually presented by Viacom's flagship channel MTV to honor outstanding music videos having an impact on the youth pop culture.[105] Clarkson has earned three Video Music Awards from eleven nominations.[7][8]

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2003 "Miss Independent" Best New Artist in a Video Nominated [3]
Best Pop Video Nominated
Viewer's Choice Nominated
2005 "Since U Been Gone" Best Female Video Won [106]
[7]
Best Pop Video Won
Viewer's Choice Nominated
2006 "Because of You" Best Female Video Won [107]
[8]
Viewer's Choice Nominated
2009 "My Life Would Suck Without You" Best Female Video Nominated [12]
2012 "Dark Side" Best Video with a Message Nominated [108]
2013 "People Like Us" Best Video with a Social Message Nominated [109]

Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards[edit]

The Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards are broadcast by Viacom's Nickelodeon channel to honor American children audiences' favorite works in film, music and TV, as voted by its viewers.[110] Clarkson has received an award in the 2006 awards event.[111]

Year Nominee Category Result Ref.
2006 Kelly Clarkson Favorite Female Singer Won [111]

TRL Awards[edit]

The TRL Awards were awarded by MTV's live television program Total Request Live (TRL) for the best performing music videos broadcast by the program, as voted by its viewers.[112] Clarkson has received an award out of two nominations in the 2006 special.[112]

Year Nominee Category Result Ref.
2006 Kelly Clarkson TRL's First Lady Nominated [112]
Countdown Killer Won

TMF Awards[edit]

Broadcast by MTV Networks Northern Europe's TMF channel in Belgium from 1999 to 2009, the TMF Awards awards achievements in the music scene of the Dutch-speaking regions to local and international artists.[113] Clarkson received three awards.[114][113]

Year Nominee Category Result Ref.
2005 Kelly Clarkson Best New Artist – International Won [114]
2006 Best Female Artist – International Won [113]
Best Pop – International Won

XM Nation Music Awards[edit]

Presented by XM Satellite Radio in 2005, the XM Nation Music Awards honor the year's most successful artists and songs on satellite radio airplay. Clarkson has won two awards from the 2005 awarding presentation.[115]

Year Nominee / Work Award Result Ref.
2005 "Since U Been Gone" Dashboard Anthem – Best Pop Sing-Along Song of 2005 Won [115]
Kelly Clarkson Pop Artist of the Year Won

Women's World Awards[edit]

Presented by World Awards organization president Mikhail Gorbachev, the Women's World Awards are awarded to exemplary women whose achievements contribute to furthering self-determination, gender equality, freedom and the elimination of all forms of social and economic discrimination. Queen Noor of Jordan personally bestowed Clarkson with the World Entertainment Award for facilitating in popularizing a new entertainment genre that has become a worldwide success in 2009.[116]

Year Nominee Award Result Ref.
2009 Kelly Clarkson World Entertainment Award Honored [116]

World Music Awards[edit]

The World Music Awards honor the world's best-selling artists and recordings as determined by worldwide sales figures provided by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry.[117] Clarkson has accumulated a total of eleven nominations.[118][119][16]

Year Nominee / Work Award Result Ref.
2004 Kelly Clarkson World's Best New Female Artist Nominated [118]
2005 World's Best-Selling Pop Female Artist Nominated [119]
2014 World's Best Entertainer Of The Year Nominated [16]
World's Best Female Artist Nominated
World's Best Live Act Nominated
"Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)" World's Best Song Nominated
World's Best Video Nominated
"People Like Us" World's Best Song Nominated
World's Best Video Nominated
Greatest Hits – Chapter One World's Best Album Nominated
Wrapped in Red Nominated

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