List of awards and nominations received by Lady Gaga

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Gaga at the A Star Is Born premiere in London, 2018
Totals[a]
Wins304
Nominations679
  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. Awards in certain categories do not have prior nominations and only winners are announced by the jury. For simplification and to avoid errors, each award in this list has been presumed to have had a prior nomination.

Lady Gaga is an American singer, songwriter, and actress who has received many awards and nominations. She rose to prominence with the release of her debut album The Fame in 2008. The album won several awards and was nominated for six Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year. The album and its single "Poker Face" won Best Electronic/Dance Album and Best Dance Recording, respectively, at the 52nd Grammy Awards. The album also won International Album at the 2010 BRIT Awards. A follow-up EP, titled The Fame Monster, was released in 2009, and included the singles "Bad Romance" and "Telephone". The music videos of the songs won eight accolades from thirteen nominations at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards (VMA), making Gaga the most nominated artist in VMA history for a single year and the first female artist to receive two nominations for Video of the Year in one single night.[1] In 2011, Gaga was nominated for six Grammy Awards, and won three—Best Pop Vocal Album for The Fame Monster, and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance and Best Short Form Music Video for "Bad Romance".

Born This Way (2011), Gaga's second studio album, accrued three nominations at the 54th Annual Grammy Awards, including her third consecutive nomination for Album of the Year.[a] It won the People's Choice Awards for Album of the Year the following year, and the music video for the title track won two VMAs, including Best Female Video. Her third album, Artpop (2013), was nominated for Top Dance/Electronic Album at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards. In other musical ventures, Gaga released a collaborative jazz album with Tony Bennett, titled Cheek to Cheek (2014), which received the Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album.

In 2015, Gaga released a song "Til It Happens to You", for the documentary film, The Hunting Ground. The song won a Satellite Award for Best Original Song, and was nominated for an Academy Award and a Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Song, and a Grammy Award for Best Song Written for Visual Media. In the same year she was named Woman of the Year by Billboard. She also became the first woman to receive the Digital Diamond Award from RIAA,[3] and the first artist to win the Songwriters Hall of Fame's Contemporary Icon Award for "attaining an iconic status in pop culture". Gaga received a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress and nominations at the 42nd People's Choice Awards and 20th Satellite Awards for her role in the fifth season of American Horror Story, entitled Hotel. She received two nominations at the Emmy Awards for her concerts television specials Lady Gaga Presents the Monster Ball Tour: At Madison Square Garden and Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga: Cheek to Cheek Live!. In addition to music awards, Gaga has earned several awards and nominations for her artistic and philanthropic efforts to society, such as a Do Something! Award. In 2013, she finished second on Time's readers' poll about the most influential people of the past ten years.[4]

In 2018, Gaga starred in the musical romance A Star Is Born, a remake film, which garnered her the Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Actress, and nominations for an Academy Award, a Golden Globe, and a BAFTA Award. She also contributed to the film's soundtrack, which earned her the BAFTA Award for Best Film Music. For its lead single "Shallow", she received an Academy Award and a Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song, and four nominations at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards, winning for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance and Best Song Written for Visual Media. As a result, Gaga became the first person to win an Academy Award, Grammy, BAFTA and Golden Globe in one year.[5]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Award Year[b] Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Category Result Ref.
AACTA Awards 2019 A Star Is Born Best International Actress Nominated [6]
Academy Awards 2016 "Til It Happens to You" Best Original Song Nominated [7]
2019 "Shallow" Won [8]
A Star Is Born Best Actress Nominated
ADL Awards 2015 Lady Gaga Making a Difference Award Won [9]
Alliance of Women Film Journalists 2018 A Star Is Born Best Actress Nominated [10]
American Music Awards 2009 Lady Gaga Artist of the Year Nominated [11]
Favorite Breakthrough Artist Nominated
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated
The Fame Favorite Pop/Rock Album Nominated
2010 Lady Gaga Artist of the Year Nominated [12]
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won
2011 Artist of the Year Nominated [13]
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated
Born This Way Favorite Pop/Rock Album Nominated
2017 Lady Gaga Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won [14]
2019 "Shallow" (with Bradley Cooper) Collaboration of the Year Pending [15]
A Star Is Born (with Bradley Cooper) Favorite Soundtrack Pending
American Society of Magazine Editors 2010 Elle, January 2010, Lady Gaga Best Cover – Fashion and Beauty Nominated [16]
2013 Vanity Fair, January 2012, Lady Gaga Best Cover – Entertainment and Celebrity Nominated [17]
2015 Harper's Bazaar, March 2014, Lady Gaga Best Cover – Fashion and Beauty Won [18]
ARIA Music Awards 2010 Lady Gaga Most Popular International Artist Nominated [19]
2011 Nominated [20]
Bambi Awards 2011 Lady Gaga International Pop Artist Won [21]
BET Awards 2010 "Video Phone" (with Beyoncé) Video of the Year Won [22]
Best Collaboration Nominated
2011 Lady Gaga FANdemonium Award Nominated [23]
Billboard Japan Music Awards 2011 "Born This Way" Billboard Japan Adult Contemporary of the Year Won [24]
Billboard Japan Digital and Overseas Airplay of the Year Won
Billboard Latin Music Awards 2010 Lady Gaga Crossover Artist of the Year (Solo) Won [25]
Crossover Artist of the Year Nominated
2011 Nominated [26]
[27]
Hot Latin Songs — Female Artist of the Year Nominated
Billboard.com Mid-Year Music Awards 2011 Lady Gaga First-half MVP Nominated [28]
Best Dressed Won
"Born This Way" Favorite Hot 100 No.1 Song Nominated
Born This Way Favorite Billboard 200 No.1 Album Nominated
"Judas" Best Music Video Nominated
Radio 1's Big Weekend Best Festival Performance Won
The Monster Ball Tour Best Tour Nominated
2012 Madonna vs. Lady Gaga Most Memorable Feud Won [29]
Born This Way Ball Most Anticipated Event of 2012's Second Half Nominated
2013 New Music From Lady Gaga Most Anticipated Event of 2013's Second Half Nominated [30]
Lady Gaga Cancels Tour Dates Most Disappointing Won
2014 "G.U.Y." Best Music Video Nominated [31]
Lady Gaga's paint-vomiting SXSW performance Most Buzzed-About Moment Won
ArtRave: The Artpop Ball Best Tour Won
2015 Lady Gaga and Taylor Kinney Hottest Couple Nominated [32]
Cheek to Cheek Tour Best Tour Nominated
Lady Gaga at the Academy Awards Best Televised Performance Nominated
Billboard Music Awards 2011 Lady Gaga Top Artist Nominated [33]
Top Female Artist Nominated
Top Touring Artist Nominated
Top Social Artist Nominated
Top Streaming Artist Nominated
Top Digital Media Artist Nominated
Top Pop Artist Won
Top Dance Artist Won
Fan Favorite Award Nominated
The Fame Top Pop Album Nominated
Top Dance/Electronic Album Won
The Fame Monster Nominated
The Remix Nominated
"Bad Romance" Top Streaming Song (Video) Nominated
Top Dance/Electronic Song Nominated
"Telephone" (featuring Beyoncé) Nominated
2012 Lady Gaga Top Artist Nominated [34]
[35]
[36]
Top Female Artist Nominated
Top Billboard 200 Artist Nominated
Top Social Artist Nominated
Top Digital Media Artist Nominated
Top Pop Artist Nominated
Top Dance Artist Won
Favorite Artist Won
Most Influential Style Won
Born This Way Top Billboard 200 Album Nominated
Top Pop Album Nominated
Top Electronic/Dance Album Won
The Fame Nominated
2013 Lady Gaga Top Touring Artist Nominated [37]
2014 Top Dance/Electronic Artist Nominated [38]
Artpop Top Dance/Electronic Album Nominated
"Applause" Top Dance/Electronic Song Nominated
2015 Lady Gaga Top Touring Artist Nominated [39]
2019 Top Song Sales Artist Nominated [40]
Lady Gaga (with Bradley Cooper) Chart Achievement Nominated
A Star Is Born (with Bradley Cooper) Top Soundtrack Nominated
"Shallow" (with Bradley Cooper) Top Selling Song Nominated
Billboard Touring Awards 2010 The Monster Ball Tour Breakthrough Award Won [41]
[42]
Concert Marketing & Promotion Award Won
2012 Born This Way Ball Eventful Fans' Choice Award Won [43]
2017 Joanne World Tour Concert Marketing & Promotion Award Nominated [44]
Billboard Women in Music 2009 Lady Gaga Rising Star Award Won [45]
2015 Woman of the Year Won [46]
BMI Film, TV & Visual Media Awards 2019 "Shallow" Academy Award Honor Won [47]
BMI London Awards 2018 "Million Reasons" London Pop Award Songs Won [48]
BMI Pop Awards 2010 "Just Dance" (featuring Colby O'Donis) Award-Winning Songs Won [49]
[50]
"Poker Face" Award-Winning Songs Won
"LoveGame" Award-Winning Songs Won
2011 Lady Gaga BMI Songwriters of the Year Won [51]
"Paparazzi" Award-Winning Songs Won
Publisher of the Year Won
"Bad Romance" Award-Winning Songs Won
Publisher of the Year Won
"Telephone" (featuring Beyoncé) Award-Winning Songs Won
Publisher of the Year Won
"Alejandro" Award-Winning Songs Won
Publisher of the Year Won
2012 "Born This Way" Award-Winning Songs Won [52]
"The Edge of Glory" Award-Winning Songs Won
2013 "You and I" Award-Winning Songs Won [53]
2015 "Applause" Award-Winning Songs Won [54]
Publisher of the Year Won
"Do What U Want" (featuring R. Kelly) Award-Winning Songs Won
Publisher of the Year Won
2018 "Million Reasons" Award-Winning Songs Won [55]
Publisher of the Year Won
Brit Awards 2010 Lady Gaga International Breakthrough Act Won [56]
International Female Solo Artist Won
The Fame International Album Won
2012 Lady Gaga International Female Solo Artist Nominated [57]
2014 Nominated [58]
British Academy Film Awards 2019 A Star Is Born Best Actress in a Leading Role Nominated [59]
Best Film Music Won
British LGBT Awards 2015 Lady Gaga LGBT+ Music Artists Nominated [60]
2016 Global Icon Nominated [61]
2017 LGBT+ Celebrities Nominated [62]
BT Digital Music Awards 2010 Lady Gaga Best International Artist Won [63]
[64]
2011 Best International Artist or Group Nominated [65]
Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity 2016 The Lady Gaga + Intel Performance Gold Lion (Digital Installations & Events) Won [66]
Capri Hollywood International Film Festival 2019 "Shallow" Best Original Song Won [67]
CFDA Fashion Awards 2011 Lady Gaga Fashion Icon Award Won [68]
Channel [V] Thailand Music Video Awards 2009 Lady Gaga International Artist Won [69]
International New Artist Nominated
"Poker Face" International Music Video Won
2011 Lady Gaga International Female Artist Nominated [70]
"Bad Romance" International Music Video Nominated
Chicago Film Critics Association 2018 A Star Is Born Best Actress Nominated [71]
Most Promising Performer Nominated
Clio Awards 2012 Lady Gaga Short List (Music-Licensed) Nominated [72]
2014 Gagadoll Bronze Winner (Experiential) Won [73]
Short List (Ambient) Nominated [74]
2016 The Lady Gaga + Intel Performance Gold Winner (Innovation) Won [75]
Gold Winner (Partnerships) Won [76]
Silver Winner (Stage Design) Won [77]
Bronze Winner (Innovation Medium) Won [78]
Short List (Events/Experiential) Nominated [79]
2017 Intel Drones x Super Bowl Halftime Show With Lady Gaga Gold Winner (Partnerships & Collaborations) Won [80]
Sliver Winner (Event/Experiential) Won [81]
Bronze Winner (Brand Partnerships & Collaborations) Won [82]
"John Wayne" Silver Winner (Music Videos) Won [83]
Columbus Citizens Foundation 2015 Lady Gaga and Cynthia Germanotta Humanitarian Award Won [84]
Critics' Choice Movie Awards 2012 "Hello Hello" Best Song Nominated [85]
2016 "Til It Happens to You" Nominated [86]
2019 "Shallow" Won [87]
A Star Is Born Best Actress[c] Won
Danish Music Awards 2010 The Fame Monster International Album of the Year Nominated [88]
2019 "Shallow" International Hit of the Year Won [89]
Detroit Film Critics Society 2018 A Star Is Born Best Actress Nominated [90]
Breakthrough Performance Nominated
Do Something! Awards 2010 Lady Gaga Best Music Artist Nominated [91]
2011 Nominated [92]
Do Something Facebook Won
"Born This Way" Best Charity Song Nominated
2012 Lady Gaga Do Something Twitter Nominated [93]
Dorian Awards 2011 Lady Gaga Presents the Monster Ball Tour: At Madison Square Garden TV Musical Program of the Year Won [94]
A Very Gaga Thanksgiving Nominated
2015 "The Sound of Music 50th anniversary tribute" at the 87th Academy Awards TV Musical Performance of the Year Nominated [95]
2016 "Til It Happens to You" at the 88th Academy Awards Nominated [96]
2017 "God Bless America", "Born This Way" etc. at the Super Bowl LI Nominated [97]
2018 A Star Is Born Film Performance of the Year — Actress Nominated [98]
Lady Gaga Wilde Artist of the Year Nominated
Dublin Film Critics' Circle 2018 A Star Is Born Best Actress Won [99]
ECHO Awards 2010 Lady Gaga International Newcomer Won [100]
[101]
International Female Artist Won
The Fame International/National Album of the Year Nominated
"Poker Face" International/National Song of the Year Won
2012 Lady Gaga International Female Artist Nominated [102]
Emma-gaala 2010 Lady Gaga Foreign Artist of the Year Nominated [103]
2012 Won [104]
Emmy Awards 2011 Lady Gaga Presents the Monster Ball Tour: At Madison Square Garden Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Special Nominated [105]
2015 Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga: Cheek to Cheek Live! Nominated [106]
2017 Super Bowl LI Halftime Show Starring Lady Gaga Outstanding Special Class Program Nominated [107]
ESKA Music Awards 2009 Lady Gaga Best New Artist Won [108]
2011 Best International Artist Won [109]
Fangoria Chainsaw Awards 2016 American Horror Story: Hotel Best TV Actress Nominated [110]
Fashion Los Angeles Awards 2016 Lady Gaga Editor of the Year Won [111]
FiFi Awards 2013 Fame Best New Celebrity Fragrance Runner-up [112]
[113]
Best New Female Print Advertisement Runner-up
Best New Female Commercial Nominated
Ultimate Launch Nominated
Fryderyk 2019 A Star Is Born (with Bradley Cooper) Best Foreign Album Nominated [114]
GAFFA Awards (Denmark) 2009 Lady Gaga Best Foreign Female Act Won [115]
Best Foreign New Act Nominated
"Paparazzi" Best Foreign Song Nominated
2011 "Born This Way" Best Foreign Video Nominated [116]
Lady Gaga Best Foreign Female Act Nominated
2016 Nominated [117]
GAFFA Awards (Norway) 2018 "Shallow" (with Bradley Cooper) Best Foreign Song Nominated [118]
GAFFA Awards (Sweden) 2019 "Shallow" (with Bradley Cooper) Best Foreign Song Won [119]
Gaygalan Awards 2010 "Bad Romance" International Song of the Year Won [120]
2011 "Telephone" (featuring Beyoncé) Won [121]
"Alejandro" Nominated [122]
2012 "Born This Way" Won [123]
2019 "Shallow" (with Bradley Cooper) Song of the Year Won [124]
Georgia Film Critics Association 2015 "Til It Happens to You" Best Original Song Nominated [125]
2019 "Shallow" Won [126]
A Star Is Born Breakthrough Award Nominated
Best Actress Nominated
GLAAD Media Awards 2010 Lady Gaga Outstanding Music Artist Won [127]
[128]
2012 Won [129]
2014 Nominated [130]
2017 Nominated [131]
Glamour Awards 2010 Lady Gaga International Musician/Solo Artist Nominated [132]
2011 Nominated [133]
2012 Nominated [134]
2013 Woman of the Year Won [135]
2014 International Musician/Solo Artist Nominated [136]
[137]
2017 International Music Act Nominated [138]
Global Awards 2019 Lady Gaga Best Female Nominated [139]
[140]
Mass Appeal Award Won
"Shallow" (with Bradley Cooper) Best Song Nominated
Gold Derby Awards 2016 "Til It Happens To You" Best Original Song Nominated [141]
2019 "Shallow" Won [142]
A Star Is Born Best Actress Nominated
Best Ensemble Nominated
Golden Globe Awards 2012 "Hello Hello" Best Original Song – Motion Picture Nominated [143]
2016 American Horror Story: Hotel Best Actress – Miniseries or Television Film Won [144]
2019 A Star Is Born Best Actress – Motion Picture Drama Nominated [145]
"Shallow" Best Original Song – Motion Picture Won
Golden Raspberry Awards 2013 Machete Kills Worst Supporting Actress Nominated [146]
Gracie Awards 2012 Lady Gaga: Inside the Outside Outstanding Documentary Won [147]
Grammy Awards 2009 "Just Dance" (featuring Colby O'Donis) Best Dance Recording Nominated [148]
2010 The Fame Album of the Year Nominated [149]
Best Electronic/Dance Album Won
"Poker Face" Record of the Year Nominated
Song of the Year Nominated
Best Dance Recording Won
2011 The Fame Monster Album of the Year Nominated [150]
Best Pop Vocal Album Won
"Bad Romance" Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Won
Best Short Form Music Video Won
"Telephone" (featuring Beyoncé) Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals Nominated
"Dance in the Dark" Best Dance Recording Nominated
2012 Born This Way Album of the Year Nominated [151]
Best Pop Vocal Album Nominated
"You and I" Best Pop Solo Performance Nominated
2015 Cheek to Cheek (with Tony Bennett) Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album Won [152]
2016 "Til It Happens to You" Best Song Written for Visual Media Nominated [153]
2018 Joanne Best Pop Vocal Album Nominated [154]
"Million Reasons" Best Pop Solo Performance Nominated
2019 "Shallow" (with Bradley Cooper) Record of the Year Nominated [155]
Song of the Year Nominated
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance Won
Best Song Written for Visual Media Won
"Joanne (Where Do You Think You're Goin'?)" Best Pop Solo Performance Won
2020 "Always Remember Us This Way" Song of the Year Pending [156]
A Star Is Born Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media Pending
"I'll Never Love Again" Best Song Written for Visual Media Pending
Grands Prix Sacem 2019 "Shallow" (with Bradley Cooper) International Work of the Year Won [157]
Guild of Music Supervisors Awards 2019 "Shallow" Best Song/Recording Created for a Film Won [158]
Guinness World Records 2009 "Just Dance" (featuring Colby O'Donis), "Poker Face", "Paparazzi", "LoveGame" and "Bad Romance" Most Cumulative Weeks on the UK Singles Chart in One Year Won [159]
[160]
Lady Gaga Most Downloaded Female Act in a Year in USA Won
2010 "Poker Face" Most Weeks on US Hot Digital Songs Chart Won [161]
[162]
"Telephone" (featuring Beyoncé) Most Product Placement in a Video Won
2011 "Born This Way" Fastest-Selling Single on iTunes Won [163]
[164]
The Fame Best-Selling Digital Album in United Kingdom Won
Lady Gaga Most Searched-For Female on the Internet Won
Largest Gathering of Lady Gaga Impersonators Won
Most Followers on Twitter Won
2013 Born This Way Fastest-Selling US Digital Album Won [165]
Lady Gaga Most Famous Celebrity Won [166]
2015 Most Powerful Popstar Won [167]
2020 First Person to Be Nominated for Best Actress and Best Original Song Oscars in One Year Won [166]
Hollywood Music in Media Awards 2015 "Til It Happens to You" Song – Documentary Won [168]
2017 Gaga: Five Foot Two Music Documentary / Special Program Nominated [169]
2018 A Star Is Born Best Soundtrack Album Nominated [170]
"Shallow" Best Original Song – Feature Film Won
Houston Film Critics Society 2018 A Star Is Born Best Actress Nominated [171]
"Shallow" Best Original Song Won
Hungarian Music Awards 2010 The Fame Foreign Pop-Rock Album of the Year Won [172]
2012 Born This Way Foreign Modern Pop-Rock Album of the Year Nominated [173]
2019 A Star Is Born Foreign Pop-Rock Album of the Year Won [174]
IGN Awards 2018 A Star Is Born Best Lead Performance in a Movie Runner-up [175]
iHeartRadio Music Awards 2014 Little Monsters – Lady Gaga Best Fan Army Nominated [176]
2016 "Til It Happens to You" Best Song from a Movie Won [177]
Lady Gaga Biggest Triple Threat Nominated
2017 Little Monsters – Lady Gaga Best Fan Army Nominated [178]
2019 "Your Song" Best Cover Song Nominated [179]
Asia Cutest Musician's Pet Nominated
"I'll Never Love Again" Song That Left Us Shook Won
International Dance Music Awards 2009 Lady Gaga Breakthrough Solo Artist Won [180]
"Just Dance" (featuring Colby O'Donis) Best Pop Dance Track Won
Best Music Video Nominated
2010 Lady Gaga Best Solo Artist Won [181]
The Fame Monster Best Album Nominated
"Bad Romance" Best Music Video Won
Best Pop Dance Track Nominated
2011 Lady Gaga Best Solo Artist Won [182]
"Telephone" (featuring Beyoncé) Best Music Video Nominated
"Alejandro" Best Pop Dance Track Won
2012 Lady Gaga Best Solo Artist Nominated [183]
"Judas" Best Music Video Nominated
"Born This Way" Best Pop Dance Track Nominated
2014 Lady Gaga Best Solo Artist Nominated [184]
"Applause" Best Music Video Nominated
International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography Camerimage 2010 "Bad Romance" Best Music Video Nominated [185]
Jane Ortner Education Award 2016 Lady Gaga Jane Ortner Artist Award Won [186]
Japan Gold Disc Awards 2010 Lady Gaga Best New Artist International Won [187]
Best New Artist Won
2011 International Artist of the Year Won [188]
2012 Won [189]
Born This Way Album of the Year Won
Western Album of the Year Won
"Born This Way" Song of the Year Won
2013 Lady Gaga Presents the Monster Ball Tour: At Madison Square Garden Best Music Video Won [190]
2014 Artpop Best International Album Won [191]
2015 Cheek to Cheek (with Tony Bennett) Jazz Album of the Year Won [192]
Juno Awards 2012 Born This Way International Album of the Year Nominated [193]
Jupiter Awards 2019 A Star Is Born Best International Actress Nominated [194]
LennonOno Grant for Peace 2012 Lady Gaga Lennon Ono Grant for Peace Award Won [195]
Little Kids Rock 2011 Lady Gaga Big Man of the Year Won [196]
Los Angeles Italia Film Festival 2016 "Til It Happens to You" Song of the Year Won [197]
Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society 2018 A Star Is Born Best Actress Nominated [198]
[199]
Best Breakthrough Performance Nominated
"Shallow" Best Original Song Won
LOS40 Music Awards 2009 "Poker Face" Best International Song Nominated [200]
2010 "Bad Romance" Won [201]
Lady Gaga Best International Artist Won
Los Premios MTV Latinoamérica 2009 Lady Gaga Best Pop Artist International Nominated [202]
Best New Artist International Won
"Poker Face" Song of the Year Won
Best Ringtone Nominated
Meteor Music Awards 2010 Lady Gaga Best International Female Won [203]
The Fame Monster Best International Album Nominated
Miss Gay America 2017 Lady Gaga The Honorary Miss Gay America Won [204]
MOBO Awards 2009 Lady Gaga Best International Act Nominated [205]
MTV Australia Awards 2009 Lady Gaga Breakthrough Artist Nominated [206]
[207]
"Poker Face" Best Video Nominated
MTV Europe Music Awards 2009 Lady Gaga Best New Act Won [208]
Best Female Nominated
Best World Stage Performance Nominated
Best Live Act Nominated
"Poker Face" Best Song Nominated
2010 Lady Gaga Best Female Won [209]
Best Live Act Nominated
Best Pop Won
"Bad Romance" Best Song Won
"Telephone" (featuring Beyoncé) Best Video Nominated
2011 Lady Gaga Best Female Won [210]
Best Live Act Nominated
Best North America Act Nominated
Best Pop Nominated
Biggest Fans Won
"Born This Way" Best Song Won
Best Video Won
2012 Lady Gaga Best Live Act Nominated [211]
"Marry the Night" Best Video Nominated
Lady Gaga Biggest Fans Nominated
2013 Lady Gaga Best Female Nominated [212]
Best Look Nominated
Biggest Fans Nominated
"Applause" Best Video Nominated
2015 Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett Best Live Act Nominated [213]
2016 Lady Gaga Best Female Won [214]
Best Look Won
Biggest Fans Nominated
MTV Fandom Awards 2015 Lady Gaga joins American Horror Story: Hotel Feels Freak Out of the Year Nominated [215]
MTV Italian Music Awards 2010 Lady Gaga My First Lady Award Nominated [216]
TRL Award for Best Look Nominated
2011 Wonder Woman Award Won [217]
Best Look Nominated
Too Much Award Nominated
2012 Wonder Woman Award Nominated [218]
Best Look Nominated
2015 Best Fan Nominated [219]
[220]
MTV Awards Star Won
2016 Artist Saga Nominated [221]
[222]
[223]
Best Look Nominated
MTV Awards Star Nominated
2017 Best International Female Nominated [224]
[225]
Artist Saga Nominated
MTV Millennial Awards 2017 "Perfect Illusion" International Hit of the Year Won [226]
Lady Gaga Agente de Cambio Won
2019 "Shallow" Global Hit Nominated [227]
[228]
Asia Instapets Nominated
MTV Millennial Awards Brazil 2019 Little Monsters Fandom of the Year Nominated [229]
"Shallow" Global Hit Won
Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper Ship of the Year Nominated
MTV Movie & TV Awards 2017 "Lady Gaga Carpool Karaoke" — The Late Late Show with James Corden Trending Nominated [230]
2018 Gaga: Five Foot Two Best Music Documentary Won [231]
2019 A Star Is Born Best Performance in a Movie Won [232]
"Shallow" Best Musical Moment Won
MTV Video Music Awards 2009 Lady Gaga Best New Artist Won [233]
[234]
"Poker Face" Video of the Year Nominated
Best Female Video Nominated
Best Pop Video Nominated
"Paparazzi" Best Direction Nominated
Best Editing Nominated
Best Special Effects Won
Best Cinematography Nominated
Best Art Direction Won
2010 "Bad Romance" Video of the Year Won [235]
Best Female Video Won
Best Pop Video Won
Best Dance Video Won
Best Art Direction Nominated
Best Choreography Won
Best Cinematography Nominated
Best Direction Won
Best Editing Won
Best Special Effects Nominated
"Telephone" (featuring Beyoncé) Video of the Year Nominated
Best Collaboration Won
Best Choreography Nominated
2011 "Born This Way" Best Female Video Won [236]
Best Video with a Message Won
"Judas" Best Choreography Nominated
Best Art Direction Nominated
2019 "Shallow" Song of the Year Nominated [237]
Best Collaboration Nominated
MTV Video Music Awards Japan 2010 "Poker Face" Video of the Year Nominated [238]
Best Female Video Nominated
Best Dance Video Won
Best Karaoke Song Nominated
"Video Phone" Best Collaboration Nominated
2011 "Born This Way" Video of the Year Won [239]
Best Dance Video Won
Best Female Video Won
2012 Born This Way Album of the Year Nominated [240]
"You and I" Video of the Year Nominated
"Judas" Best Karaoke Song Nominated
2014 "Applause" Video of the Year Nominated [241]
[242]
Best Pop Video Won
MTV Video Music Brazil 2009 Lady Gaga Best International Artist Nominated [243]
2010 Nominated [244]
2011 Won [245]
MTV Video Play Awards 2010 "Bad Romance" Platinum Videos Won [246]
"Alejandro" Won
"Telephone" (featuring Beyoncé) Won
2011 "Born This Way" Platinum Videos Won [247]
"You and I" Won
"The Edge of Glory" Won
2012 "Marry the Night" Winning Video Won [248]
MuchMusic Video Awards 2009 "Poker Face" International Video of the Year — Artist Won [249]
UR Fave International Artist Nominated
2010 "Telephone" (featuring Beyoncé) International Video of the Year — Artist Nominated [250]
UR Fave International Artist Nominated
2011 "Judas" International Video of the Year — Artist Won [251]
"Born This Way" UR Fave International Artist Won
"Alejandro" Most Streamed Video of the Year Nominated
2012 "Marry the Night" International Video of the Year — Artist Nominated [252]
2017 Lady Gaga Most Buzzworthy International Artist or Group Nominated [253]
Musikförläggarnas Pris 2010 "Bad Romance" Song of the Year Won [254]
Most Played Song of the Year Won
MYX Music Awards 2011 "Telephone" (featuring Beyoncé) Favorite International Video Nominated [255]
2012 "Born This Way" Nominated [256]
National Arts Awards 2015 Lady Gaga Young Artist Award Won [257]
National Board of Review Awards 2018 A Star Is Born Best Actress Won .[258]
NewNowNext Awards 2011 Lady Gaga Always Next, Forever Now Award Won [259]
2013 Born This Way Foundation Most Innovative Charity of the Year Won [260]
Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards 2010 "Telephone" (featuring Beyoncé) Favorite Song Nominated [261]
2011 Lady Gaga Favorite Female Singer Nominated [262]
Nickelodeon Mexico Kids' Choice Awards 2019 Lady Gaga Favorite International Artist or Group Nominated [263]
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2010 Lady Gaga Favorite Female Singer Nominated [264]
"Paparazzi" Favorite Song Nominated
2012 "Born This Way" Nominated [265]
Lady Gaga Favorite Female Singer Nominated
2014 Nominated [266]
Meus Prêmios Nick 2010 Lady Gaga Favorite International Artist Nominated [267]
2019 "Shallow" (with Bradley Cooper) Favorite International Hit Nominated [268]
NME Awards 2010 Lady Gaga Best Dressed Won [269]
Worst Dressed Won
Solo Artist Nominated
"Poker Face" Best Dancefloor Filler Nominated
2011 Lady Gaga Most Stylish Nominated [270]
Hero of the Year Won
Hottest Woman Won
2012 Best Band Blog or Twitter Won [271]
2017 Best International Female Nominated [272]
[273]
2018 Lady Gaga at the Super Bowl Musical Moment of the Year Nominated [274]
[275]
Gaga: Five Foot Two Best Music Film Won
NRJ Music Awards 2010 Lady Gaga International Breakthrough of the Year Won [276]
The Fame International Album of the Year Nominated
"Poker Face" International Song of the Year Nominated
2011 Lady Gaga International Female Artist of the Year Nominated [277]
Live Act of the Year Nominated
"Bad Romance" International Song of the Year Nominated
"Telephone" (featuring Beyoncé) International Band/Collaboration/Company of the Year Nominated
Music Video of the Year Won
2012 "Born This Way" Nominated [278]
2016 Lady Gaga International Female Artist of the Year Nominated [279]
2019 Nominated [280]
Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper International Duo/Group of the Year Won
O Music Awards 2011 Lady Gaga Innovative Artist Won [281]
[282]
Must Follow Artist on Twitter Won
Favorite Animated GIF Nominated
Fan Army FTW Nominated
Online Film Critics Society 2019 A Star Is Born Best Actress Nominated [283]
Patron of the Artists Awards 2018 Lady Gaga Artists Inspiration Award Won [284]
People's Choice Awards 2010 Lady Gaga Favorite Breakout Artist Won [285]
Favorite Pop Artist Won
2011 Favorite Female Artist Nominated [286]
Favorite Pop Artist Nominated
"Telephone" (featuring Beyoncé) Favorite Music Video Nominated
Favorite Song Nominated
2012 Lady Gaga Favorite Female Artist Nominated [287]
Favorite Pop Artist Nominated
Born This Way Favorite Album of the Year Won
"The Edge of Glory" Favorite Song Nominated
"Judas" Favorite Music Video Nominated
2014 Little Monsters Favorite Music Fan Following Nominated [288]
2016 American Horror Story: Hotel Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actress Nominated [289]
2017 Lady Gaga Favorite Social Media Celebrity Nominated [290]
2019 Style Star of 2019 Nominated [291]
Enigma Concert Tour of 2019 Nominated
Pollstar Awards 2010 Lady Gaga Best New Touring Artist Nominated [292]
2011 The Monster Ball Tour Major Tour of the Year Nominated [293]
Most Creative Stage Production Nominated
2012 Major Tour of the Year Won [294]
Most Creative Stage Production Nominated
2013 Born This Way Ball Nominated [295]
2018 Joanne World Tour Pop Tour of the Year Nominated [296]
2020 Enigma Best Residency Pending [297]
Premios Oye! 2009 Lady Gaga English Breakthrough of the Year Won [298]
The Fame English Album of the Year Won
"Poker Face" English Record of the Year Won
2010 The Fame Monster English Album of the Year Won [299]
"Bad Romance" English Record of the Year Nominated
"Alejandro" Nominated
2012 Born This Way English Album of the Year Nominated [300]
Q Awards 2009 Lady Gaga Breakthrough Artist Nominated [301]
"Just Dance" (featuring Colby O'Donis) Best Video Won
2010 Lady Gaga Best Female Nominated [302]
Best Live Act Nominated
2011 "Judas" Best Video Nominated [303]
2012 Lady Gaga Best Act in the World Today Nominated [304]
Radio Disney Music Awards 2017 Lady Gaga Best Female Artist Nominated [305]
Rockbjörnen 2010 Lady Gaga Concert of the Year Nominated [306]
"Bad Romance" Foreign Song of the Year Nominated
"Telephone" (featuring Beyoncé) Nominated
"Alejandro" Nominated
2011 "Born This Way" Won [307]
2019 "Shallow" Won [308]
RTHK International Pop Poll Awards 2009 Lady Gaga Top New Act Silver [309]
2010 "Poker Face" Super Gold Song Won [310]
Top Ten International Gold Songs Won
"Bad Romance" Won
Lady Gaga Top Female Artist Gold
2011 "Telephone" (featuring Beyoncé) Top Ten International Gold Songs Won [311]
Super Gold Song Won
The Fame Monster The Best Selling English Album Won
Lady Gaga Top Female Artist Gold
2012 "Born This Way" Top Ten International Gold Songs Won [312]
Super Gold Song Won
Lady Gaga Top Female Artist Gold
2014 "Applause" Top Ten International Gold Songs Won [313]
Lady Gaga Top Female Artist Silver
2015 Silver [314]
2017 "Million Reasons" Top Ten International Gold Songs Won [315]
Lady Gaga Top Female Artist Gold
2019 "Shallow" Top Ten International Gold Songs Won [316]
Super Gold Song Won
Lady Gaga Top Female Artist Gold
A Star Is Born The Best Selling Album Won
San Diego Film Critics Society 2018 A Star Is Born Best Actress Nominated [317]
San Francisco Film Critics Circle 2018 A Star Is Born Best Actress Nominated [318]
Satellite Awards 2011 "Hello Hello" Best Original Song Nominated [319]
2016 "Til It Happens to You" Won [320]
American Horror Story: Hotel Best Actress – Television Series Drama Nominated
2019 A Star Is Born Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Nominated [321]
"Shallow" Best Original Song Won
Screen Actors Guild Awards 2019 A Star Is Born Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role Nominated [322]
Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Nominated
Seattle Film Critics Society 2018 A Star Is Born Best Actress Nominated [323]
Servicemembers Legal Defense Network 2011 Lady Gaga Randy Shilts Visibility Award Won [324]
Shorty Awards 2014 Lady Gaga Green – Global Issues Nominated [325]
Art – Arts & Design Nominated
2017 Celebrity – Entertainment Nominated [326]
2019 Innovator of the Year – Tech & Innovation Won [327]
Silver Clef Awards 2013 Lady Gaga Best Live Act Nominated [328]
Songwriters Hall of Fame 2015 Lady Gaga Contemporary Icon Award Won [329]
Space Shower Music Video Awards 2010 "Paparazzi" Best International Video Won [330]
2011 "Telephone" (featuring Beyoncé) Nominated [331]
St. Louis Film Critics Association 2015 "Til It Happens to You" Best Song Nominated [332]
2018 A Star Is Born Best Actress Runner-up [333]
Best Soundtrack Nominated
Stonewall Awards 2011 Lady Gaga Hero of the Year Nominated [334]
Swiss Music Awards 2010 "Poker Face" Best International Song Won [335]
Lady Gaga Best International Newcomer Nominated
TEC Awards 2012 Born This Way Ball Tour Tour Sound Production Nominated [336]
2015 "Anything Goes" (with Tony Bennett) Record Production – Single or Track Nominated [337]
2018 Super Bowl LI Halftime Show Starring Lady Gaga Remote Production – Recording or Broadcast Nominated [338]
2020 A Star Is Born Record Production – Album Pending [339]
"Always Remember Us This Way" Record Production – Single or Track Pending
Teen Choice Awards 2009 Lady Gaga Choice Music: Female Artist Nominated [340]
[341]
Choice Music: Breakout Artist Nominated
Choice Celebrity Dancer Nominated
The Fame Choice Music: Female Album Nominated
"Just Dance" (featuring Colby O'Donis) Choice Music: Hook Up Won
"Poker Face" Choice Music: Single Nominated
2010 Lady Gaga Choice Music: Female Artist Won [342]
Choice Female Red Carpet Fashion Icon Nominated
Choice Summer Music Star: Female Won
The Fame Monster Choice Music: Pop Album Nominated
"Bad Romance" Choice Music: Single Nominated
"Telephone" (featuring Beyoncé) Choice Music: Hook Up Nominated
"Alejandro" Choice Summer: Song Nominated
2011 Lady Gaga Choice Music: Female Artist Nominated [343]
Choice Female Red Carpet Fashion Icon Nominated
"Born This Way" Choice Music: Single Nominated
2013 Lady Gaga Choice Twitter Personality Nominated [344]
2014 Choice Social Media Queen Nominated [345]
2015 Choice Twit Nominated [346]
Little Monsters Choice Fandom Nominated
2016 Lady Gaga Choice Social Media Queen Nominated [347]
Choice Twit Nominated
Choice Selfie Taker Nominated
2019 A Star Is Born Choice Drama Movie Actress Nominated [348]
"Shallow" (with Bradley Cooper) Choice Collaboration Nominated
Choice Song From a Movie Nominated
Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper Choice Ship Nominated
Telehit Awards 2009 "Poker Face" Song of the Year Won [349]
2010 "Telephone" Video of the Year Won [350]
The Fame Monster International Album of the Year Won
The Record of the Year 2009 "Poker Face" The Record of the Year Won [351]
2010 "Telephone" (featuring Beyoncé) 2nd place [351]
2011 "Born This Way" Won [352]
The Trevor Project 2011 Lady Gaga Trevor Hero Award Won [353]
TMF Awards 2009 Lady Gaga Best New Artist – International Won [354]
Best Female Artist – International Won
Best Pop – International Won
UK Music Video Awards 2009 "Paparazzi" Best International Video Won [355]
2010 "Bad Romance" Won [356]
"Telephone" (featuring Beyoncé) Nominated
Virgin Media Music Awards 2009 Lady Gaga Best Solo Female Nominated [357]
[358]
Hottest Female Nominated
Shameless Publicity Seeker Won
Best Newcomer Nominated
Twit of the Year Nominated
The Fame Best Album Won
"Just Dance" Best Track Nominated
2010 "Telephone" (featuring Beyoncé) Best Collaboration Won [359]
[360]
Best Single Nominated
Best Video Nominated
Lady Gaga Best Solo Female Nominated
Hottest Female Nominated
Shameless Publicity Seeker Nominated
Best Live Act Nominated
Legend of the Year Nominated
2011 Born This Way Best Album Won [361]
"Born This Way" Best Video Won
Best Track Won
Lady Gaga Best Female Won
Hottest Female Won
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association 2018 A Star Is Born Best Actress Won [362]
Webby Awards 2013 Gaga's Workshop Celebrity/Fan Won [363]
2016 Leo Side-eye GIF of the Year Nominated [364]
2017 The Lady Gaga + Intel Performance Live Experiences (Branded) in Film & Video Won [365]
Integrated Campaign (Film & Video) Won
Branded Content (Advertising, Media & PR) Won
Bud Light × Lady Gaga Dive Bar Tour Best Use of Social Media Nominated
2018 Gaga: Five Foot Two Music (Film and Video) Won [366]
[367]
Best Editing (Film and Video) Won
Intel × Super Bowl Halftime Show Best Event Activation (Advertising, Marketing & PR) Won
2019 Lady Gaga explains why Donatella Versace is an icon Fashion & Beauty (Video) Won [368]
[369]
"Shallow" Music Video (Video) Nominated
Women Film Critics Circle 2018 A Star Is Born Best Screen Couple
(shared with Bradley Cooper)
Nominated [370]
World Music Awards 2010 Lady Gaga World's Best Pop/Rock Artist Won [371]
World's Best New Artist Won
Best Selling Artist of America Won
The Fame World's Best Album of the Year Won
"Poker Face" World's Best Song of the Year Won
World Soundtrack Awards 2019 "Shallow" Best Original Song Written Directly for a Film Won [372]
YouTube Music Awards 2013 "Applause" Video of the Year Nominated [373]
2015 Lady Gaga 50 Artists to Watch Won [374]
ZD Awards 2010 Lady Gaga Best Foreign Artist Nominated [375]
2012 Best Foreign Tour Nominated [376]
2013 Best Foreign Artist Nominated [377]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Gaga, Beyoncé and Mariah Carey are the only female artists to have lost the Grammy Award for Album of the Year three times, and they all hold the record for second-most Album of the Year nominations (three) for a female artist after Barbra Streisand.[2]
  2. ^ Indicates the year of ceremony. Each year is linked to the article about the awards held that year, wherever possible.
  3. ^ Tied with Glenn Close for The Wife.

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