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Miley Cyrus awards and nominations
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Cyrus at the 2010 MuchMusic Video Awards with her award for Best International Artist Video
Totals
Awards won 60
Nominations 167

Miley Cyrus is an American singer and actress. Cyrus rose to prominence for starring as the title character in the Disney Channel series Hannah Montana. Cyrus has released six studio albums Meet Miley Cyrus (2007), Breakout (2008), Can't Be Tamed (2010), Bangerz (2013), Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz (2015) and Younger Now (2017) and she released the EP The Time of Our Lives (2009). In 2008, Cyrus was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Original Song and won the MTV Movie Award for Best Song From A Movie with her song "The Climb" in 2009. She received 16 nominations at the World Music Awards in 2014 and 43 Teen Choice Award nominations from 2006 to 2014, making her the most nominated person in the history of the Teen Choice Awards.

American Music Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2009 Hannah Montana: The Movie Soundtrack Favorite Soundtrack[1] Nominated
Hannah Montana Season 3 Soundtrack Nominated

Antville Music Video Awards

The Antville Music Video Awards are online awards for the best music video and music video directors of the year. They were first awarded in 2005.

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2013 "Wrecking Ball" Best Performance Nominated

Bambi Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2013 Miley Cyrus Best International Pop[2] Won

Billboard

Billboard Music Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2014 Miley Cyrus Artist of the Year[3] Nominated
Top Female Artist[4] Nominated
Top Hot 100 Artist[3] Nominated
Top Digital Songs Artist[5] Nominated
Top Social Artist[6] Nominated
Top Streaming Artist[6] Won
"Wrecking Ball" Top Hot 100 Song[3] Nominated
Top Streaming Song (Video)[7] Won
"We Can't Stop" Nominated

Billboard Touring Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2008 Miley Cyrus Breakthrough Act[8] Won

Bravo Otto

Year Recipient Category Result
2009 Miley Cyrus Favorite TV Actress – Gold Otto[9] Won
Favorite Singer – Silver Otto[9] Won
2010 Best Movie Star – Gold Otto[9] Won
2014[10] Az év női előadója Nominated

BreakTudo Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2016,[11] Miley Cyrus International Female Artist Nominated
2017[12] Nominated
"Malibu" Best Video Nominated

Broadcast Film Critics Association Award

Year Recipient Category Result
2008 "I Thought I Lost You" (ft John Travolta) Best Song[13] Nominated

Do Something Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2012 Miley Cyrus Twitter[14] Nominated

GAFFA Awards

Danish GAFFA Awards

Danish GAFFA Awards is an awards show since 1991.[15]

Year Recipient Category Result
2018 Younger Now International Album of the Year Pending
Miley Cyrus International Solo Artist of the Year Pending

Sweden GAFFA Awards

Sweden GAFFA Awards is an awards show since 2010.[16]

Year Recipient Category Result
2013 Miley Cyrus International New Artist of the Year Won

Golden Globe Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2008 "I Thought I Lost You" (with Jeffrey Steele) Best Original Song[9] Nominated

Golden Raspberry Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2009 Hannah Montana: The Movie Worst Actress[17] Nominated
2010 The Last Song Worst Actress[18] Nominated

Gracie Allen Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2008 Miley Cyrus - Hannah Montana Outstanding Female Lead in a Comedy Series[9] Won
2009 Outstanding Female Lead in a Comedy Series[9] Won

Grammy Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2015 Bangerz Best Pop Vocal Album[19] Nominated

Houston Film Critics Society Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2008[20] "I Thought I Lost You" (ft John Travolta) Best Original Song Nominated

iHeartRadio Music Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2014 "Smilers" Best Fan Army[21] Nominated
"Wrecking Ball" Best Lyrics[22] Won

Lunas del Auditorio

Year Award Nomination Result Ref
2015 Best Foreign Pop Herself Nominated [23]

Kids' Choice Awards

Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2007 Miley Cyrus - Hannah Montana Favorite TV Actress[9] Won
2008 Favorite TV Actress[9] Won
Miley Cyrus Favorite Female Singer[9] Won
2009 Favorite Female Singer[9] Won
Miley Cyrus - Bolt Favorite Voice From an Animated Movie[9] Nominated
Miley Cyrus - Hannah Montana Favorite TV Actress[9] Nominated
2010 Favorite TV Actress[9] Nominated
"Party in the U.S.A." Favorite Song[9] Nominated
Miley Cyrus Favorite Movie Actress[9] Won
Favorite Female Singer[9] Nominated
2011 Favorite Female Singer[9] Nominated
Miley Cyrus - Hannah Montana Forever Favorite TV Actress[9] Nominated
Miley Cyrus Favorite Movie Actress[9] Won
2014 "Wrecking Ball" Favorite Song[24] Nominated

Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2008 Miley Cyrus Fave International Singer[9] Won
Fave International TV Star[9] Won
2009 Fave International TV Star[9] Nominated
Fave International Singer[9] Nominated
2010 The Last Song Fave Movie Star[9] Won
The Last Song (with Liam Hemsworth Fave Kiss[9] Won
Miley Cyrus Cutest Couple[9] Nominated

Nickelodeon UK Kids' Choice Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2007 Miley Cyrus - Hannah Montana Best TV Actress[9] Nominated
2008 Favorite Female TV Star[9] Won

Nickelodeon Argentina Kids' Choice Awards

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2011 Miley Cyrus Favorite International Singer Nominated[9]

MTV Awards

MTV Africa Music Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2014 Miley Cyrus Best International Act[25] Nominated

MTV Italian Music Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2014 "Wrecking Ball" Best Video[26] Nominated
Miley Cyrus Best Female[26] Nominated
Best Twitter[26] Nominated
2015[27] Miley Cyrus Top Instagram Star Nominated
Artist Saga Nominated

MTV Movie Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2009 "The Climb" Best Song From A Movie[9] Won
Miley Cyrus - Hannah Montana: The Movie Breakthrough Performance Female[9] Nominated

MTV Video Music Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2008 "7 Things" Best New Artist[9] Nominated
2009 Best Editing[9] Nominated
2013 "We Can't Stop"[28] Nominated
Best Pop Video[9] Nominated
Best Female Video[9] Nominated
Best Song of the Summer[9] Nominated
2014 "Wrecking Ball" Video of the Year[29] Won
Best Direction[30] Nominated
2017 "Malibu"[31] Best Pop Video Nominated

MTV Video Music Awards Japan

Year Recipient Category Result
2014 "We Can't Stop" Best Female Video[32] Won
"Ashtrays and Heartbreaks" (with Snoop Lion) Best Reggae Video[33] Won

MTV Europe Music Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2008 Miley Cyrus Best New Act[9] Nominated
2010 Best Female[9] Nominated
Best Pop[9] Nominated
2013 Best Pop[34] Nominated
Best Female[34] Nominated
Best US Act[34] Won
Best North America Act[9] Nominated
"Wrecking Ball" Best Video[34] Won
2014 Miley Cyrus Best Pop Nominated
2017 Best Artist Nominated
Best Pop Nominated

MuchMusic Video Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2008 "Start All Over" Best International Artist Video[35] Nominated
2009 "The Climb" Best International Artist Video[9] Nominated
2010 "Party in the U.S.A." Best International Artist Video[9] Won
UR Fave: International Video [9] Nominated
2014 Miley Cyrus UR Fave: International Artist/Group of the Year[36] Nominated
"Wrecking Ball" Best International Artist Video[37] Nominated

MYX Music Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2009 "7 Things" Favorite International Music Video[9] Nominated
2010 "The Climb" Favorite International Video[9] Nominated
2014 "Wrecking Ball" Favorite International Video[38] Nominated

NewNowNext Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2013[39] Miley Cyrus Best New Do Nominated

NME Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2014[40] Miley Cyrus Villain Of The Year Nominated

NRJ Music Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2013 Miley Cyrus Best Female International[9] Nominated
"Wrecking Ball" Best Video of the Year[9] Nominated
2017 Miley Cyrus Best Female International Nominated

People's Choice Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2010 Miley Cyrus Favorite Breakout Movie Actress[9] Won
Favorite Web Celeb[9] Nominated
2014 Bangerz Favorite Album[9] Nominated
"Wrecking Ball" Favorite Music Video[9] Nominated

Radio Disney Music Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2006 "The Best of Both Worlds" Best Song[41] Won
Miley Cyrus Best New Artist[41] Won
Best Female Singer[41] Won
"I Got Nerve" Best Song to Listen to While Getting Ready for School[41] Won
Miley Cyrus Favorite TV Star Who Sings[41] Won
Most Stylish Singer[41] Won
"The Best of Both Worlds" Best Song to Put on Repeat[41] Won

Teen Choice Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2006 Miley Cyrus TV Breakout Star[42] Nominated
2007 Choice TV Actress: Comedy[43] Won
2008 Hannah Montana Choice TV Actress: Comedy[9] Won
Miley Cyrus Choice Music: Female Artist[9] Won
Choice Most Fanatic Fans[9] Nominated
"See You Again" Choice Music: Single[9] Nominated
"7 Things" Choice Summer: Song[9] Nominated
2009 "Before the Storm" Choice Summer: Single[9] Won
Miley Cyrus Choice Music: Female Artist[9] Nominated
Hannah Montana Choice TV Actress: Comedy[9] Won
Hannah Montana: The Movie Choice Movie: Liplock[9] Nominated
Choice Movie Actress: Music/Dance[9] Won
Choice Movie Hissy Fit[9] Won
Miley Cyrus Female Hottie[9] Nominated
Choice Celebrity Dancer: Female[9] Nominated
Choice Red Carpet Icon: Female[9] Nominated
"The Climb" Choice Music: Single[9] Won
2010 The Last Song Choice Movie Actress: Drama[9] Won
Choice Movie: Chemistry[9] Nominated
Choice Movie: Liplock[9] (with Liam Hemsworth) Nominated
Choice Movie: Hissy Fit[9] Won
Miley Cyrus and Max Azria Choice Fashion: Celebrity Fashion Line[9] Won
Miley Cyrus Choice Red Carpet Fashion Icon: Female[9] Nominated
Choice Other: Fanatic Fans[9] Nominated
Choice Music: Female Artist[9] Nominated
"When I Look at You" Choice Music: Love Song[9] Won
"Can't Be Tamed" Choice Music: Single[9] Nominated
Miley Cyrus Choice Summer: Music Star – Female[9] Nominated
2011 Hannah Montana Choice TV Actress: Comedy[9] Nominated
Miley Cyrus Choice Red Carpet Icon: Female[9] Nominated
2012 Female Hottie[9][44] Won
Twit[9] Nominated
Fashion Icon Female[9] Nominated
LOL Actress Romance[9] Nominated
2013 Miley Cyrus Female Hottie[9] Nominated
Choice Style Icon[9] Won
Choice Summer: Music Star – Female[9] Nominated
Candie's Fashion Trendsetter[9] Won
"We Can't Stop" Choice Single: Female Artist[9] Nominated
Choice Summer: Song[9] Won
Two and a Half Men Scene Stealer: Female[9] Won
2014 Miley Cyrus Choice Female Artist[45] Nominated
Choice Instagrammer[45] Won
2017 Ultimate Choice Award Won
Choice Music: Female Artist Nominated
Choice Music: Summer Female Artist Nominated
Smilers Choice Fandom Nominated
"Malibu" Choice Single: Female Artist Nominated
Choice Summer Song Nominated

World Music Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2014 "23" World's Best Song[46] Nominated
"Adore You" Nominated
"Fall Down" (with will.i.am) Nominated
"We Can't Stop" Nominated
"Wrecking Ball" Nominated
Bangerz World's Best Album[47] Nominated
"23" World's Best Video[48] Nominated
"Adore You" Nominated
"Fall Down" (with will.i.am) Nominated
"We Can't Stop" Nominated
"Wrecking Ball" Won[49]
Miley Cyrus World's Best Female Artist[49] Won
World's Best Pop/Rock Artist[50] Won
World's Best Live Act[51] Nominated
World's Best Entertainer of the Year[52] Nominated
World's Most Talked About Artist on Facebook[53] Won

YouTube Music Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2013 "We Can't Stop" Video of the Year[54] Nominated

Young Artist Awards

Year Recipient Category Result
2008 Miley Cyrus - Hannah Montana Best Performance in a TV Series – Leading Young Actress[55] Won
Cast of Hannah Montana Best Young Ensemble Performance in a TV Series[55] Nominated
2009 Miley Cyrus - Hannah Montana Best Performance in a TV Series – Leading Young Actress[56] Nominated
2010 Best Performance in a TV Series – Leading Young Actress[57] Nominated

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