List of awards and nominations received by Taylor Swift

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Taylor Swift awards and nominations
Taylor Swift is looking towards the camera.
Swift at the American Music Awards of 2019; she is the most-awarded artist by the organization.
Totals[a]
Wins774
Nominations1,237
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.

The American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift has received numerous industry awards and honorary accolades. She is the most-awarded artist of the American Music Awards (40)[1] and the Billboard Music Awards (39),[2] and she has the most Album of the Year wins at the Grammy Awards (4),[3] the most Video of the Year wins at the MTV Video Music Awards (4),[4] and the most times awarded the Global Recording Artist of the Year by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (4).[5] Swift was included in the Time 100 three times (2009, 2015, 2019), and she has registered 118 Guinness World Records as of December 2023.

Swift started out as a country singer-songwriter; she released her self-titled debut studio album in 2006[6][7] and was nominated for Best New Artist at the 50th Annual Grammy Awards in 2008. Her second studio album, Fearless (2008), is the most-awarded album in country music history.[8] It won Album of the Year and Best Country Album at the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards[9] and won Album of the Year at both the Country Music Association Awards and the Academy of Country Music Awards.[10] The Fearless single "White Horse" won the Grammy Awards for Best Country Song and Best Female Country Vocal Performance.[11] The single "Mean" from Swift's third studio album, Speak Now (2010), won the Grammy Awards for Best Country Song and Best Country Solo Performance.[12] "Safe & Sound", which Swift co-wrote and recorded for The Hunger Games soundtrack album (2011), won the Grammy Award for Best Song Written for Visual Media.[13] Her fourth studio album, Red (2012), was her last promoted to country radio, and it received Album of the Year nominations at the Grammy and country-music awards.

1989 (2014), Swift's fifth studio album, was her first official pop album, and it won the Grammy Awards for Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album.[14] At the 2016 BMI Pop Awards, Swift was honored with the Taylor Swift Award, becoming the second artist after Michael Jackson to have an award named after its recipient.[15] Her sixth studio album, Reputation (2017), was supported by the Reputation Stadium Tour, which was awarded Tour of the Year by the American Music Awards, IHeartRadio Music Awards, and People's Choice Awards. In 2019, Swift released her seventh studio album, Lover, and was honored as the Woman of the Decade by Billboard[16] and Artist of the Decade at the American Music Awards.[17] She became the first woman and fourth musician to win the Grammy Award for Album of the Year three times with her eighth studio album, Folklore (2020), at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards in 2021. At the Brit Awards 2021, Swift was honored as the Global Icon Award. Her ninth and tenth studio albums, Evermore (2020) and Midnights (2022), were both nominated for the Grammy Award for Album of the Year. The latter won Grammy Awards for Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album, making Swift the first artist to win in the former category four times.[18]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Award Year[a] Recipient(s) Category Result Ref.
Academy of Country Music Awards 2007 Swift New Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated [19]
2008 Won [20]
Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
Taylor Swift Album of the Year Nominated
2009 Swift Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated [21]
"Love Story" Video of the Year Nominated
Fearless Album of the Year Won
Swift Crystal Milestone Award Won
2010 Entertainer of the Year Nominated [22]
Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
"You Belong with Me" Video of the Year Nominated
Song of the Year Nominated
2011 Swift Jim Reeves International Award Won [23]
Entertainer of the Year Won
Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
Speak Now Album of the Year Nominated
2012 Swift Entertainer of the Year Won [24]
Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
"Mean" Video of the Year Nominated
2013 Swift Entertainer of the Year Nominated [25]
Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Video of the Year Nominated
Red Album of the Year Nominated
2014 Swift Entertainer of the Year Nominated [26]
Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
"Highway Don't Care" (with Tim McGraw and Keith Urban) Video of the Year Won
Single Record of the Year Nominated
Vocal Event of the Year Nominated
2015 Swift 50th Anniversary Milestone Award Won [27]
2019 "Babe" (with Sugarland) Video of the Year Nominated [28]
2022 "I Bet You Think About Me" (featuring Chris Stapleton) Nominated [29]
ADG Excellence in Production Design Award 2020 Reputation Stadium Tour Variety, Reality, or Competition Series Nominated [30]
"Lover" Short Format: Web Series, Music Video, or Commercial Nominated [31]
2021 "Cardigan" Nominated [32]
2022 All Too Well: The Short Film Won [33]
American Country Awards 2010 Swift Artist of the Year Nominated [34]
Female Artist of the Year Nominated
Fearless Tour Touring Headline Package of the Year Nominated
2011 Swift Artist of the Year Nominated [35]
Female Artist of the Year Nominated
Speak Now World Tour Touring Headline Package of the Year Nominated
Speak Now Album of the Year Nominated
"Mean" Female Single of the Year Nominated
"Back to December" Female Video of the Year Nominated
2012 Swift Artist of the Year Nominated [36]
Female Artist of the Year Nominated
Touring Artist of the Year Nominated
"Ours" Female Single of the Year Nominated
Female Video of the Year Nominated
2013 Swift Artist of the Year Nominated [37]
Female Artist of the Year Nominated
Touring Artist of the Year Nominated
Worldwide Artist Won
"Begin Again" Female Single of the Year Nominated
Video of the Year Nominated
Female Video of the Year Nominated
"Highway Don't Care" (with Tim McGraw and Keith Urban) Collaborative Single of the Year Won
Collaborative Video of the Year Won
Song of the Year (Songwriters Award) Won
American Country Countdown Awards 2014 Swift Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated [38]
AMFT Awards[b] 2020 Folklore Album of the Year Won [40]
Best Folk Album Won [40]
"Cardigan" Best Folk Song Won [40]
"Exile" (featuring Bon Iver) Best Folk Performance Won [40]
American Music Awards 2007 Swift Favorite Country Female Artist Nominated [41]
2008 Won [42]
2009 Artist of the Year Won [43]
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won
Favorite Country Female Artist Won
Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist Won
Fearless Favorite Country Album Won
Favorite Pop/Rock Album Nominated
2010 Swift Favorite Country Female Artist Won [44]
2011 Artist of the Year Won [45]
Favorite Country Female Artist Won
Speak Now Favorite Country Album Won
2012 Swift Favorite Country Female Artist Won [46]
2013 Artist of the Year Won [47]
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won
Favorite Country Female Artist Won
Red Favorite Country Album Won
Favorite Pop/Rock Album Nominated
2014 Swift Dick Clark Award for Excellence Won [48]
2015 Artist of the Year Nominated [49]
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated
Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist Won
1989 Favorite Pop/Rock Album Won
"Blank Space" Song of the Year Won
"Bad Blood" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Collaboration of the Year Nominated
2018 Swift Artist of the Year Won [50]
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won
Reputation Favorite Pop/Rock Album Won
Reputation Stadium Tour Tour of the Year Won
2019 Swift Artist of the Decade Won [51]
Artist of the Year Won [52]
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won
Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist Won
"You Need to Calm Down" Favorite Music Video Won
Lover Favorite Pop/Rock Album Won
2020 Swift Artist of the Year Won [53]
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won
"Cardigan" Favorite Music Video Won
Folklore Favorite Pop/Rock Album Nominated
2021 Swift Artist of the Year Nominated [54]
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won
Evermore Favorite Pop/Rock Album Won
2022 Swift Artist of the Year Won [55]
Favorite Country Female Artist Won
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won
All Too Well: The Short Film Favorite Music Video Won
Red (Taylor's Version) Favorite Country Album Won
Favorite Pop Album Won
Anthem Awards 2024 Vote.org + Taylor Swift on National Voter Registration Day Human & Civil Rights – Awareness & Media Categories (Non Profit) Won [56]
Apple Music Awards 2020 Swift Songwriter of the Year Won [57]
2023 Artist of the Year Won [58]
APRA Awards 2010 "Love Story" International Work of the Year Nominated [59]
2016 "Blank Space" Nominated [60]
"Style" Nominated
ARIA Music Awards 2010 Swift Most Popular International Artist Nominated [61]
2013 Red Best International Artist Nominated [62]
2015 1989 Nominated [63]
2016 Nominated [64]
2018 Reputation Nominated [65]
2019 Lover Won [66]
2020 Folklore Nominated [67]
2021 Evermore Won [68]
2022 Red (Taylor's Version) Nominated [69]
2023 Midnights Won [70]
The Astra Awards 2024 Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour Best Documentary Feature Nominated [71][72]
Attitude Awards 2020 Swift Attitude Icon Award Won [73]
A2IM Libera Awards 2012 Swift Road Warrior of the Year Nominated [74]
2013 Red Album of the Year Nominated [75]
Swift Hardest Working Artist of the Year Nominated
2014 Nominated [76]
2015 1989 Album of the Year Nominated [77]
2018 Reputation Independent Impact Award Won [78]
BBC Music Awards 2014 Swift International Artist of the Year Nominated [79]
2015 Won [80]
BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards 2016 Swift Most Entertaining Celebrity Won [81]
2018 Best International Solo Artist Nominated [82]
2019 Nominated [83]
Berlin Music Video Awards 2020 "You Need to Calm Down" Best Cinematography Nominated [84]
Billboard Music Awards 2011 Swift Top Artist Nominated [85]
Top Female Artist Nominated
Top Billboard 200 Artist Won
Top Country Artist Won
Speak Now Top Billboard 200 Album Nominated
Top Country Album Won
"Mine" Top Country Song Nominated
2012 Swift Top Touring Artist Nominated [86]
Top Country Artist Nominated
Woman of the Year Won [87]
2013 Top Artist Won [88]
Top Female Artist Won
Top Billboard 200 Artist Won
Top Hot 100 Artist Nominated
Billboard Milestone Award Nominated
Top Country Artist Won
Top Social Artist Nominated
Top Digital Songs Artist Won
Red Top Billboard 200 Album Won
Top Country Album Won
"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Top Streaming Song (Video) Nominated
Top Country Song Won
2014 Swift Top Social Artist Nominated [89]
Top Country Artist Nominated
2015 Top Artist Won [90]
Top Female Artist Won
Top Billboard 200 Artist Won
Top Hot 100 Artist Won
Top Radio Songs Artist Nominated
Top Digital Songs Artist Won
Top Streaming Artist Nominated
Top Social Artist Nominated
Billboard Chart Achievement Award (Fan Voted) Won
1989 Top Billboard 200 Album Won
"Shake It Off" Top Hot 100 Song Nominated
Top Digital Song Nominated
Top Streaming Song (Video) Won
"Blank Space" Nominated
2016 Swift Top Artist Nominated [91]
Top Female Artist Nominated
Top Billboard 200 Artist Nominated
Top Hot 100 Artist Nominated
Top Radio Songs Artist Nominated
Top Social Media Artist Nominated
Top Touring Artist Won
1989 Top Billboard 200 Album Nominated
2018 Swift Top Artist Nominated [92]
Top Female Artist Won
Top Billboard 200 Artist Nominated
Reputation Top Billboard 200 Album Nominated
Top Selling Album Won
2019 Swift Top Female Artist Nominated [93]
Top Touring Artist Nominated
2020 Top Artist Nominated [94]
Top Female Artist Nominated
Top Billboard 200 Artist Nominated
Top Song Sales Artist Nominated
Billboard Chart Achievement Award Nominated
Lover Top Billboard 200 Album Nominated
2021 Folklore Nominated [95]
Swift Top Billboard 200 Artist Won
Top Female Artist Won
Top Artist Nominated
2022 Top Female Artist Nominated [96]
Top Artist Nominated
Top Billboard 200 Artist Won
Top Country Artist Won
Top Country Female Artist Won
Fearless (Taylor's Version) Top Country Album Nominated
Red (Taylor's Version) Won
2023 Swift Top Artist Won [97]
Top Female Artist Won
Top Billboard 200 Artist Won
Top Hot 100 Artist Nominated
Top Country Artist Nominated
Top Country Female Artist Won
Top Radio Songs Artist Won
Top Streaming Songs Artist Nominated
Top Songs Sales Artist Won
Top Hot 100 Producer Nominated
Top Hot 100 Songwriter Won
Top Global 200 Artist Won
Top Global 200 (Excl. US) Artist Won
"Anti-Hero" Top Hot 100 Song Nominated
Top Radio Song Nominated
Top Streaming Song Nominated
Top Selling Song Won
Top Billboard Global 200 Song Nominated
Midnights Top Billboard 200 Album Nominated
Speak Now (Taylor's Version) Top Country Album Nominated
Billboard Live Music (Touring) Awards 2010 Fearless Tour Top Package Won [98]
Swift Eventful Fans' Choice Award Nominated [99]
2011 Speak Now World Tour Concert Marketing and Promotion Award Won [100]
Top Package Nominated
Eventful Fans' Choice Award Nominated
2012 Swift Top Package Nominated [101]
Eventful Fans' Choice Award Nominated
2013 The Red Tour Top Package Won [102]
Concert Marketing and Promotion Award Nominated
Swift Eventful Fans' Choice Award Nominated
2015 The 1989 World Tour Top Tour Nominated [103]
Swift Top Draw Nominated
2018 Reputation Stadium Tour Top Tour Nominated [104]
Top U.S. Tour Won
Taylor Swift's Reputation Stadium Tour: MetLife Stadium (July 20–22, 2018) Top Boxscore Nominated
Swift Top Draw Nominated
2019 Swift x FujiFilm Activation for the Reputation Stadium Tour Concert and Marketing Promotions Award Nominated [105]
Billboard Women in Music 2011 Swift Woman of the Year Won [106]
2014 Won [107]
2019 Woman of the Decade Won [16]
Billboard Year-End Awards 2009 Artist of the Year (Female) Won [108]
BMI Country Awards 2007 "Tim McGraw" Award-Winning Songs Won [109]
2008 "Our Song" Won [110]
"Teardrops On My Guitar" Won
Song of the Year Won
2009 "Love Story" Won [111]
Award-Winning Songs Won
"Picture to Burn" Won
"Should've Said No" Won
2010 Swift Songwriter of the Year Won [112]
"You Belong with Me" Song of the Year Won
"Fifteen" Award-Winning Songs Won
"Best Days of Your Life" (with Kellie Pickler) Won
"White Horse" Won
"You Belong with Me" Won
2011 "Back To December" Won [113]
"Fearless" Won
"Mine" Won
2012 "Mean" Top 50 Songs Won [114]
"Sparks Fly" Won
2013 "Begin Again" Won [115]
"Ours" Won
2014 "Highway Don't Care" (with Tim McGraw) Won [116]
"Red" Won
2017 "Better Man" Won [117]
2019 "Babe" Won [118]
BMI London Awards 2014 "Everything Has Changed" (featuring Ed Sheeran) Award-Winning Song Won [119]
2018 "Look What You Made Me Do" Pop Award Won [120]
2019 "End Game" (featuring Ed Sheeran and Future) Won [121]
2021 "Betty" Award-Winning Song Won [122]
2022 "Exile" Award-Winning Song Won
BMI Pop Awards 2009 Swift BMI President's Award Won [124]
"Teardrops On My Guitar" Award-Winning Songs Won
2010 "Love Story" Song of the Year Won [125]
Award-Winning Songs Won
"You Belong with Me" Won
2011 "Two Is Better Than One" (with Boys Like Girls) Won [126]
"You Belong with Me" Won
2012 "Mine" Won [127]
2013 "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Won [128]
2014 "I Knew You Were Trouble" Won [129]
2015 Swift Songwriter of the Year Won [130]
"22" Award-Winning Songs Won
"Everything Has Changed" (featuring Ed Sheeran) Won
"Shake It Off" Won
2016 Swift Taylor Swift Award Won [131]
Songwriter of the Year Won [132]
"Bad Blood" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Award-Winning Songs Won
"Blank Space" Won
"Style" Won
"Wildest Dreams" Won
2017 "This Is What You Came For" Won [133]
2018 "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" (with Zayn) Won [134]
2019 "Look What You Made Me Do" Won [135]
"...Ready for It?" Won
"End Game" (featuring Ed Sheeran and Future) Won
"Delicate" Won
Swift Songwriter of the Year Won
2020 "Me!" (featuring Brendon Urie) Award-Winning Songs Won [136]
"You Need to Calm Down" Won
2021 "Lover" Won [137]
"The Man" Won
2022 "Cardigan" Most Performed Songs of the Year Won [138]
"Willow" Won
"Deja Vu" Won
Bravo Otto 2012 Swift Super Singer Female (Bronze) Won [139]
2013 Swift and Selena Gomez Super-BFFs (Gold) Won [140]
2019 Swift International Singer Nominated [141]
2020 Nominated [142]
2022 Bronze [143]
2023 Pending [144]
Brit Awards 2010 Swift International Breakthrough Artist Nominated [145]
2013 International Female Solo Artist Nominated [146]
2015 Won [147]
2018 Nominated [148]
"I Don't Wanna Live Forever" (with Zayn) British Video of the Year Nominated
2021 Swift International Female Solo Artist Nominated [149]
Global Icon Award Won [150]
2022 International Artist of the Year Nominated [151]
2023 Nominated [152]
"Anti-Hero" International Song of the Year Nominated
2024 Swift International Artist of the Year Nominated [153]
British LGBT Awards 2020 Swift Celebrity Ally Nominated [154]
BuzzAngle Music Awards 2017 Reputation Physical Album Sales Won [155]
Digital Album Sales Won
Indie Album Won
Swift Artist Physical Album Sales Won
Indie Artist Won
2019 Lover Top Albums by Album Sales Won [156]
Digital Album Sales Won
Camerimage International Film Festival 2020 "Lover" Best Music Video Nominated [157]
Best Cinematography in a Music Video Nominated
Canadian Country Music Association 2009 Fearless Top Selling Album Won [158]
2010 Won
2011 Speak Now Won
2012 Swift Generation Award Won [159]
2013 Red Top Selling Album Won [158]
CD Shop Awards 2020 Lover Music Jacket Creative Awards Won [160]
Channel V Thailand Music Video Awards 2009 Swift Popular New Artist Won [161]
Clio Awards 2016 "Taylor vs. Treadmill" for Apple Bronze Award for Best Commercials Won [162]
Silver Award for Best Commercials (between 30 and 60 seconds long) Won [163]
Country Music Association Awards 2007 Swift Horizon Award Won [164]
2008 Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
2009 Entertainer of the Year Won
Female Vocalist of the Year Won
International Artist Achievement Award Won [165]
Fearless Album of the Year Won [164]
"Love Story" Music Video of the Year Won
2010 Swift Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
2011 Entertainer of the Year Won
Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
Speak Now Album of the Year Nominated
"Mean" Song of the Year Nominated
Music Video of the Year Nominated
2012 Swift Entertainer of the Year Nominated
Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
"Safe & Sound" (featuring the Civil Wars) Musical Event of the Year Nominated
2013 Swift Pinnacle Award Won [166]
International Artist Achievement Award Won [165]
Entertainer of the Year Nominated [164]
Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
Red Album of the Year Nominated
"Highway Don't Care" (with Tim McGraw and Keith Urban) Single of the Year Nominated
Musical Event of the Year Won
Music Video of the Year Won
2014 Swift Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
2017 "Better Man" Song of the Year Won [167]
2018 "Babe" (with Sugarland) Video of the Year Nominated [168]
2022 "I Bet You Think About Me" Video of the Year Nominated [169]
Country Music Awards of Australia 2014 Red Top Selling International Album of the Year Won [170]
CMC Music Awards 2011 Swift International Artist of the Year Won [171]
2014 Won [172]
"Highway Don't Care" (with Tim McGraw) International Video of the Year Won
CMT Artists of the Year 2010 Swift Artists of the Year Won [173]
2011 Won [174]
CMT Music Awards 2007 "Tim McGraw" Breakthrough Video of the Year Won [175]
2008 "Our Song" Female Video of the Year Won [176]
Video of the Year Won
2009 "Love Story" Won [177]
Female Video of the Year Won
"Photograph" (with Def Leppard) Wide Open Country Video of the Year Nominated
CMT Performance of the Year Nominated
2010 "You Belong with Me" Video of the Year Nominated [178]
Female Video of the Year Nominated
"Best Days of Your Life" (with Kellie Pickler) Collaborative Video of the Year Nominated
2011 "Mine" Video of the Year Won [179]
Female Video of the Year Nominated
Best Web Video of the Year Nominated
2012 "Safe & Sound" (featuring the Civil Wars) Video of the Year Nominated [180]
Collaborative Video of the Year Nominated
"Ours" Female Video of the Year Nominated
2013 "Begin Again" Nominated [181]
"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Video of the Year Nominated
2014 "Highway Don't Care" (with Tim McGraw and Keith Urban) Collaborative Video of the Year Nominated [182]
Video of the Year Nominated
"Red" Nominated
Female Video of the Year Nominated
2021 "The Best Day (Taylor's Version)" Best Family Feature Won [183]
2022 "I Bet You Think About Me" (featuring Chris Stapleton) Video of the Year Nominated
"Love Story (Taylor's Version)" Trending Comeback Song of the Year Won
Critics' Choice Documentary Awards 2020 Miss Americana Most Compelling Living Subjects of a Documentary Won [184]
2023 Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour Best Music Documentary Nominated [185]
Critics' Choice Movie Awards 2023 "Carolina" Best Song Nominated [186]
Dance Magazine Awards 2020 "Me!" (featuring Brendon Urie) Best Music Video Won [187]
Danish Music Awards 2015 1989 International Album of the Year Nominated [188]
2020 Folklore Won [189]
2023 Midnights Won [190]
Do Something Awards 2011 Taylor Swift's Speak Now Tour to Benefit Tornado Victims Do Something Concert Won [191]
2012 Swift Do Something Music Artist Nominated [192]
Swift Takes High School Senior With Leukemia To ACM Awards Do Something Facebook Nominated
Echo Awards 2015 1989 International Album of the Year Nominated [193]
2018 Swift International Rock/Pop Female Artist Nominated [194]
Elle Style Awards 2015 Swift Woman of the Year Won [195]
FiFi Awards 2012 Wonderstruck Fragrance of the Year: Women's Luxe Nominated [196]
2013 Wonderstruck Enchanted Fragrance Celebrity of the Year Won [197]
2015 Incredible Things Fragrance of the Year: Women's Popular Won [198]
GAFFA Awards (Denmark) 2021 Swift International Solo Artist of the Year Nominated [199]
Folklore International Album of the Year Nominated
GAFFA Awards (Sweden) 2021 Swift International Solo Artist of the Year Nominated [200]
GLAAD Media Awards 2020 Swift Vanguard Award Won [201]
Glamour Awards 2014 Swift International Solo Artist Won [202]
Global Awards 2018 Swift Best Female Artist Nominated [203]
2020 Best Mass Appeal Artist Nominated [204]
Gold Derby Music Awards 2021 Swift Artist of the Year Won [205]
Best Pop Artist Won
Folklore Album of the Year Won
"Cardigan" Record of the Year Won
Song of the Year Won
Best Music Video Nominated
2022 Swift Artist of the Year Won [206]
Best Pop Artist Won
Evermore Album of the Year Nominated
Best Pop Album Won
"Willow" Record of the Year Won
Song of the Year Won
Best Music Video Won
2023 All Too Well: The Short Film Won [207]
Swift Artist of the Year Won
Best Country/Americana Artist Won
Red (Taylor's Version) Album of the Year Nominated
Best Country/Americana Album Won
"All Too Well (10 Minute Version)" Record of the Year Won
Song of the Year Won
Best Pop Song Won
"Carolina" Best Country/Americana Song Nominated
"I Bet You Think About Me" Won
Best Collaboration Nominated
2024 Swift Artist of the Year Won [208]
Best Pop Artist Won
Midnights Album of the Year Won
Best Pop Album Won
Speak Now (Taylor's Version) Best Country/Americana Album Won
"Anti-Hero" Song of the Year Won
Record of the Year Won
Best Pop Song Won
Best Music Video Won
Golden Boot Awards 2019 "Babe" (with Sugarland) Music Video of the Year Nominated [209]
Collaboration of the Year Won
Golden Globe Awards 2013 "Safe & Sound" (featuring the Civil Wars) Best Original Song – Motion Picture Nominated [210]
2014 "Sweeter than Fiction" Nominated [211]
2020 "Beautiful Ghosts" Nominated [212]
2023 "Carolina" Nominated [213]
2024 Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour Cinematic and Box Office Achievement Nominated [214]
Gracie Awards 2021 Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions Grand Award for Special or Variety Won [215]
Grammy Awards 2008 Swift Best New Artist Nominated [216]
2010 Fearless Album of the Year Won [217]
Best Country Album Won
"You Belong with Me" Record of the Year Nominated
Song of the Year Nominated
Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated
"White Horse" Best Female Country Vocal Performance Won
Best Country Song Won
"Breathe" (featuring Colbie Caillat) Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals Nominated
2012 Speak Now Best Country Album Nominated [218]
"Mean" Best Country Solo Performance Won
Best Country Song Won
2013 "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Record of the Year Nominated [219]
"Safe & Sound" (featuring the Civil Wars) Best Country Duo/Group Performance Nominated
Best Song Written for Visual Media Won
2014 Red Album of the Year Nominated [220]
Best Country Album Nominated
"Begin Again" Best Country Song Nominated
"Highway Don't Care" (with Tim McGraw and Keith Urban) Best Country Duo/Group Performance Nominated
2015 "Shake It Off" Record of the Year Nominated [221]
Song of the Year Nominated
Best Pop Solo Performance Nominated
2016 1989 Album of the Year Won [222]
Best Pop Vocal Album Won
"Blank Space" Record of the Year Nominated
Song of the Year Nominated
Best Pop Solo Performance Nominated
"Bad Blood" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Best Pop Duo/Group Performance Nominated
Best Music Video Won
2018 "Better Man" Best Country Song Nominated [223]
"I Don't Wanna Live Forever" Best Song Written for Visual Media Nominated
2019 Reputation Best Pop Vocal Album Nominated [224]
2020 Lover Nominated [225]
"Lover" Song of the Year Nominated
"You Need to Calm Down" Best Pop Solo Performance Nominated
2021 "Beautiful Ghosts" Best Song Written for Visual Media Nominated [226]
"Cardigan" Song of the Year Nominated
Best Pop Solo Performance Nominated
"Exile" (featuring Bon Iver) Best Pop Duo/Group Performance Nominated
Folklore Best Pop Vocal Album Nominated
Album of the Year Won
2022 Evermore Nominated [227]
2023 "I Bet You Think About Me" Best Country Song Nominated [228]
"Carolina" Best Song Written for Visual Media Nominated
All Too Well: The Short Film Best Music Video Won
"All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (The Short Film)" Song of the Year Nominated
2024 "Anti-Hero" Nominated [229]
Record of the Year Nominated
Best Pop Solo Performance Nominated
"Karma" (featuring Ice Spice) Best Pop Duo/Group Performance Nominated
Midnights Album of the Year Won
Best Pop Vocal Album Won
Grand Remi Awards (WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival) 2015 Shake It Off Best Music Video Won [230]
Guild of Music Supervisors Awards 2023 "Carolina" Best Song Written and/or Recorded for a Film Nominated [231]
Hit FM Music Awards 2023 Swift Female Artist of the Year Won [232]
"The Joker and the Queen" (with Ed Sheeran) Collaboration of the Year Won
"Anti-Hero" Top 10 Singles Won
"Snow on the Beach" (with Lana Del Rey) Won
Hito Music Awards 2013 "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Best Western Song Won [233]
2016 "Bad Blood" (with Kendrick Lamar) Won [234]
2018 "Look What You Made Me Do" Won [235]
2020 "Me!" (with Brendon Urie) Won [236]
Hollywood Critics Association Film Awards 2023 All Too Well: The Short Film Best Short Film Won [237]
Hollywood Music in Media Awards 2022 "Carolina" Best Original Song in a Feature Film Nominated [238]
Huading Awards 2020 "Beautiful Ghosts" Best Global Film Theme Song Nominated [239]
IFPI Awards 2015 Swift Global Recording Artist of 2014 Won [240]
2020 Global Recording Artist of 2019 Won [241]
2023 Global Recording Artist of 2022 Won [242]
Midnights Global Vinyl Album of 2022 Won [243]
2024 Swift Global Recording Artist of 2023 Won [244]
1989 (Taylor's Version) Global Vinyl Album of 2023 Won [245]
iHeartRadio Music Awards 2014 Swift Best Fan Army Nominated [246]
"Highway Don't Care" (with Tim McGraw and Keith Urban) Country Song of the Year Nominated
2015 Swift Artist of the Year Won [247]
Best Fan Army Nominated
"Shake It Off" Song of the Year Won
"Blank Space" Best Lyrics Won
2016 Swift Female Artist of the Year Won [248]
The 1989 World Tour Best Tour Won
Swift Best Fan Army Nominated
Most Meme-able Moment Won
"Blank Space" Song of the Year Nominated
"Bad Blood" (with Kendrick Lamar) Best Collaboration Nominated
1989 Album of the Year Won
2018 Swift Female Artist of the Year Won [249]
Best Fan Army Nominated
"Look What You Made Me Do" Best Lyrics Nominated
Best Music Video Nominated
Olivia Benson Cutest Musician's Pet Nominated
2019 Reputation Stadium Tour Tour of the Year Won [250]
Swift Best Fan Army Nominated [251]
"Delicate" Best Music Video Won
2020 Lover Pop Album of the Year Won [252]
Swift Female Artist of the Year Nominated [253]
Best Fan Army Nominated
"You Need to Calm Down" Best Lyrics Nominated
"Lover (Remix)" (featuring Shawn Mendes) Best Remix Nominated
"Me!" (featuring Brendon Urie) Best Music Video Nominated
"Can't Stop Loving You" Best Cover Song Nominated
2021 Folklore Pop Album of the Year Won [254]
Swift Female Artist of the Year Nominated
Best Fan Army Nominated
"Cardigan" Best Lyrics Nominated
2022 "All Too Well (10 Minute Version)" Won [255]
Swift Best Fan Army Nominated
Female Artist of the Year Nominated
2023 Innovator Award Won [256]
Artist of the Year Nominated
Best Fan Army Nominated
Midnights Pop Album of the Year Won
"Anti-Hero" Song of the Year Won
Best Lyrics Won
Best Music Video Nominated
"Bejeweled" TikTok Bop of the Year Won
"Question...?" Favorite Use of a Sample Won
2024 "Cruel Summer" Song of the Year Nominated [257]
Pop Song of the Year Nominated
TikTok Bop of the Year Won
Swift Artist of the Year Won
Pop Artist of the Year Won
Best Fan Army Nominated
Favorite Tour Style Won
"Is It Over Now?" Best Lyrics Won
Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour Favorite On Screen Nominated
The Eras Tour Tour of the Year Won
iHeartRadio Titanium Award 2018 "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" (with Zayn) Winning Songs Won [258]
2019 "Delicate" Won [259]
Japan Gold Disc Awards 2015 1989 Album of the Year (Western) Won [260]
Best 3 Albums (Western) Won
2018 Reputation Best 3 Albums (Western) Won [261]
2019 Lover Won [262]
Album of the Year (Western) Won
2021 Folklore Best 3 Albums (Western) Won [263]
2023 Midnights Won [264]
Joox Indonesia Music Awards 2021 Swift International Artist of the Year Won [265]
Joox Thailand Music Awards 2018 Swift International Artist of the Year Nominated [266]
2022 Top Social Global Artist of the Year Nominated [267]
"All Too Well (10 Minute Version)" International Song of the Year Nominated
Juno Awards 2010 Fearless International Album of the Year Nominated [268]
2011 Speak Now Nominated [269]
2013 Red Nominated [270]
2015 1989 Nominated [271]
2018 Reputation Nominated [272]
2021 Folklore Nominated [273]
2022 Evermore Nominated
2023 Red (Taylor's Version) Nominated [275]
Midnights Nominated
2024 1989 (Taylor's Version) Nominated [276]
Los 40 Music Awards 2012 Swift Best International Artist Won [277]
2015 Nominated [278]
"Shake It Off" Best International Video Nominated
1989 Best International Album Nominated
2023 Midnights Won [279]
Swift Best International Artist Nominated
Best International Live Artist Nominated
Meteor Music Awards 2010 Swift Best International Female Nominated [280]
MTV Europe Music Awards 2009 Swift Best New Act Nominated [281]
2012 Best Female Won [282]
Speak Now World Tour Best Live Act Won
Swift Best Look Won
Best Pop Nominated
Best World Stage Performance Nominated
2013 Best Female Nominated [283]
The Red Tour Best Live Act Nominated
Swift Best Pop Nominated
2014 Best Female Nominated [284]
Best Look Nominated
2015 "Bad Blood" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Best Song Won [285]
Best Video Nominated
Best Collaboration Nominated
Swift Best Female Nominated
Best Pop Nominated
Best Live Act Nominated
Biggest Fans Nominated
Best Look Nominated
Best US Act Won
Best Act North American Nominated
2017 "Look What You Made Me Do" Best Video Nominated [286]
Swift Best Artist Nominated
Best Look Nominated
Best Pop Nominated
Biggest Fans Nominated
Best US Act Nominated
2018 Biggest Fans Nominated [287]
2019 Best US Act Won [288]
Best Artist Nominated
Biggest Fans Nominated
"Me!" (featuring Brendon Urie) Best Video Won
2020 "The Man" Nominated [289]
Swift Best US Act Nominated
Biggest Fans Nominated
2021 Best US Act Won [290]
Biggest Fans Nominated
"Willow" Best Video Nominated
2022 All Too Well: The Short Film Won [291]
Best Longform Video Won
Swift Best Artist Won
Best Pop Won
Best US Act Nominated
Biggest Fans Nominated
2023 "Anti-Hero" Best Song Nominated [292]
Best Video Won
Swift Best Artist Won
Best Pop Nominated
Best Live Won
Best US Act Nominated
Biggest Fans Nominated
MTV Fandom Awards 2015 Swifties Fandom Army of the Year Nominated [293]
MTV Video Music Awards 2008 "Teardrops on My Guitar" Best New Artist Nominated [294]
2009 "You Belong with Me" Best Female Video Won [295]
2010 "Fifteen" Nominated [296]
2011 "Mean" Best Video with a Social Message Nominated [297]
2013 "I Knew You Were Trouble" Video of the Year Nominated [298]
Best Female Video Won
2015 "Blank Space" Won [299]
Best Pop Video Won
"Bad Blood" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Video of the Year Won
Best Collaboration Won
Best Art Direction Nominated
Best Cinematography Nominated
Best Direction Nominated
Best Editing Nominated
Best Visual Effects Nominated
Song of Summer Nominated
2017 "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" (with Zayn) Best Collaboration Won [300]
2018 "Look What You Made Me Do" Best Art Direction Nominated [301]
Best Editing Nominated
Best Visual Effects Nominated
2019 "You Need to Calm Down" Video of the Year Won [302]
Song of the Year Nominated
Best Pop Nominated
Video for Good Won
Best Direction Nominated
Best Editing Nominated
Best Art Direction Nominated
Best Power Anthem Nominated
Song of Summer Nominated
"Me!" (featuring Brendon Urie) Best Collaboration Nominated
Best Visual Effects Won
Best Cinematography Nominated
2020 "The Man" Video of the Year Nominated [303]
Video for Good Nominated
Best Direction Won
"Lover" Best Pop Nominated
Best Art Direction Nominated
"Cardigan" Song of Summer Nominated
2021 Swift Artist of the Year Nominated [304]
"Willow" Best Pop Nominated
Best Art Direction Nominated
Best Direction Nominated
2022 All Too Well: The Short Film Won [305]
Best Editing Nominated
Best Cinematography Nominated
Best Long Form Video Won
Video of the Year Won
2023 "Anti-Hero" Won [306]
Song of the Year Won
Best Pop Won
Best Direction Won
Best Editing Nominated
Best Cinematography Won
Best Visual Effects Won
Swift Artist of the Year Won
Show of the Summer Won [307]
"Karma" (featuring Ice Spice) Song of Summer Nominated
Midnights Album of the Year Won
MTV Movie & TV Awards 2010 Valentine's Day Best Kiss (with Taylor Lautner) Nominated [308]
2021 Miss Americana Best Music Documentary Nominated [309]
2023 "Carolina" Best Song Won [310]
MTV Italian Music Awards 2014 Swift Artist Saga Nominated [311]
2015 Wonder Woman Nominated [312]
MTV Awards Star Nominated
2016 "Wildest Dreams" Air Vigorsol Best Fresh Video Nominated [313]
MTV Video Music Awards Japan 2011 "Mine" Best Female Video Nominated [314]
Best Pop Video Nominated
2013 "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Best Female Video Nominated [315]
Best Pop Video Nominated
Best Karaoke Video Nominated
2015 "Blank Space" Best Female Video – International Nominated [316]
2019 "Me!" {(featuring Brendon Urie) Best Female Video – International Won [317]
MTV Millennial Awards 2013 "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Catchiest Hit of the Year Won [318]
2015 Swift Worldwide Instagrammer of the Year Nominated [319]
"Blank Space" International Hit of the Year Nominated
2017 "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" (with Zayn) Collaboration of the Year Won [320]
2023 "Anti-Hero" Global Hit of the Year Nominated [321]
MTV Millennial Awards Brazil 2018 "Look What You Make Me Do" International Hit Nominated [322]
Swift and Katy Perry Shade of the Year Won
Olivia Benson Pet of the Year Nominated
2019 Nominated [323]
MTVU Woodie Awards 2015 "Riptide" (Vance Joy) Best Cover Woodie Won [324]
Much Music Video Awards 2010 "You Belong with Me" International Video of the Year – Artist Nominated [325]
Your Fave International Video Nominated
2011 "Mine" Most Watched Video of the Year Nominated [326]
2013 "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" International Video of the Year – Artist Nominated [327]
Swift Your Fave International Artist/Group Won
2014 "Everything Has Changed" (featuring Ed Sheeran) International Video of the Year – Artist Nominated [328]
2015 "Blank Space" Nominated [329]
Swift Your Fave International Artist/Group Nominated
2016 "Bad Blood" International Artist of the Year Nominated [329]
Most Buzzworthy International Artist or Group Nominated
Swift Fan Fave International Artist or Group Nominated
Music Business Association Awards 2010 Swift Artist of the Year Won [330]
MusicDaily Awards 2021 Swift Best Artist Won [331]
MVPA Awards 2020 "Lover" Best Production Design in a Video Nominated [332]
"Cardigan" Best Visual Effects in a Video Nominated
Myx Music Awards 2010 "Love Story" Favorite International Video Won [333]
2013 "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Nominated [334]
2015 "Shake It Off" Won [335]
2016 "Bad Blood" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Won [336]
2018 "Look What You Made Me Do" Nominated [337]
2019 "Delicate" Nominated [338]
2020 "Lover" Nominated [339]
2021 "Cardigan" Nominated [340]
Nashville Songwriter Awards 2007 Swift[c] Songwriter-Artist of the Year Won [341]
2009 Swift Won
2010 Won
2011 Won
2012 Won
2013 Won
2015 Won
"Shake It Off" Ten Songs I Wish I'd Written Won [342]
2017 "Better Man" Won
2020 "Lover" Won [343]
2021 "Cardigan" Won [344]
"Willow" Won
2022 Swift Songwriter-Artist of the Decade Won [345]
2023 "Anti-Hero" Ten Songs I Wish I'd Written Won [346]
Nashville Symphony Ball 2011 Swift Harmony Award Won [347]
National Music Publishers' Association 2021 Songwriter Icon Won [348]
Neox Fan Awards 2013 "22" Best Song of the Year Nominated [349]
NetEase Annual Music Awards 2020 Swift Top Western Act Won [350]
Folklore Top Western Album Won
Top Folk Music Album Won
2022 Midnights (3am Edition) Top English Album Won [351]
2023 1989 (Taylor's Version) Won [352]
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2010 Swift Favorite Female Singer Won [353]
"You Belong with Me" Favorite Song Won
2011 Swift Favorite Female Singer Nominated [354]
"Mine" Favorite Song Nominated
2012 Swift Favorite Female Singer Nominated [355]
"Sparks Fly" Favorite Song Nominated
Swift The Big Help Award Won [356]
2013 Favorite Female Singer Nominated [357]
"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Favorite Song Nominated
The Lorax Favorite Voice in an Animated Movie Nominated
2014 Swift Favorite Female Singer Nominated [358]
"I Knew You Were Trouble" Favorite Song Nominated
2015 Swift Favorite Female Singer Nominated [359]
"Shake It Off" Favorite Song Nominated
2016 Swift Favorite Female Singer Nominated [360]
"Bad Blood" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Favorite Song Nominated
Favorite Collaboration Nominated
2018 Swift Favorite Female Singer Nominated [361]
Favorite Global Music Star Nominated
"Look What You Made Me Do" Favorite Song Nominated
2019 Swift Favorite Female Artist Nominated [362]
Favorite Global Music Star Won
"Delicate" Favorite Song Nominated
2020 Cats Favorite Movie Actress Nominated [363]
"You Need to Calm Down" Favorite Song Nominated
"Me!" (featuring Brendon Urie) Favorite Collaboration Nominated
Swift Favorite Female Artist Nominated
Favorite Global Music Star Won
2021 "Cardigan" Favorite Song Nominated [364]
Swift Favorite Female Artist Nominated
Favorite Global Music Star Nominated
2022 Favorite Female Artist Nominated [365]
"All Too Well (10 Minute Version)" Favorite Song Nominated
Fearless (Taylor's Version) Favorite Album Nominated
Red (Taylor's Version) Nominated
2023 Midnights Won [366]
"Anti-Hero" Favorite Song Nominated
"Bejeweled" Nominated
Swift Favorite Female Artist Won
Favorite Global Music Star Nominated
Olivia Benson Favorite Pet Won
Meus Prêmios Nick 2021 "Willow" Video of the Year Nominated [367]
Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards 2009 Swift Fave International Singer Nominated [368]
"Love Story" Fave Song Nominated
2010 Valentine's Day (with Taylor Lautner) Fave Kiss Nominated [369]
Swift Hottest Hottie Nominated
2013 Aussie's Fave Music Act Nominated [370]
"I Knew You Were Trouble" Aussie's Fave Song Nominated
2015 Swift Aussie/Kiwi's Favourite Fan Army Nominated [371]
Meredith Grey and Olivia Benson Aussie/Kiwi's Favourite Animal Nominated
Nickelodeon Argentina Kids' Choice Awards 2013 "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Favorite International Song Nominated [372]
2015 Swift Favorite International Artist or Group Nominated
Nickelodeon Colombia Kids' Choice Awards 2015 Swift Favorite International Artist or Group Nominated [373]
Nickelodeon Mexico Kids' Choice Awards 2015 Swift Favorite International Artist or Group Nominated [374]
2023 Favorite Global Artist Won [375]
Master Fandom Nominated [376]
"Lavender Haze" Global Hit of the Year Nominated [377]
Nickelodeon UK Kids' Choice Awards 2015 Swift UK Favorite Fan Army Nominated [378]
2016 UK Favourite Fan Family Nominated [379]
Meredith Grey UK Favourite Famous Cat Nominated
Olivia Benson Nominated
NME Awards 2015 Swift Hero of the Year Nominated [380]
Villain of the Year Nominated
2016 Hero of the Year Nominated [381]
Best International Solo Artist Won
2018 Nominated [382]
"Look What You Made Me Do" Best Music Video Nominated
2020 Swift Best Solo Act in the World Won [383]
2022 Red (Taylor's Version) Best Reissue Won [384]
All Too Well: The Short Film Best Music Video Nominated
Northwest Tennessee Disaster Services 2012 Swift Honorary Star of Compassion Won [385]
NRJ Music Awards 2015 Swift International Female Artist of the Year Won [386]
"Bad Blood" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Video of the Year Won
2017 Swift International Female Artist of the Year Nominated [387]
"Look What You Made Me Do" Video of the Year Nominated
2019 Swift International Female Artist of the Year Nominated [388]
2023 Nominated [389]
"Anti-Hero" International Video of the Year Nominated
O Music Awards 2012 Swift Fan Army FTW Nominated [390]
Most Extreme Fan Outreach Won
OFM Music Awards 2015 1989 Album of the Year Won [391]
People's Choice Awards 2009 "Love Story" Favorite Country Song Nominated [392]
Swift Favorite Star Under 35 Nominated
2010 Favorite Female Artist Won [393]
Favorite Country Artist Nominated
Favorite Pop Artist Nominated
2011 Favorite Female Artist Nominated [394]
Favorite Country Artist Won
2012 Favorite Female Artist Nominated [395]
Favorite Country Artist Won
Favorite Tour Headliner Nominated
2013 "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Favorite Song Nominated [396]
Swift Favorite Female Artist Nominated
Favorite Country Artist Won
2014 Won [397]
2015 "Shake It Off" Favorite Song Won [398]
Swift Favorite Female Artist Won
Favorite Pop Artist Won
2016 "Bad Blood" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Favorite Song Nominated [399]
Swift Favorite Female Artist Won
Favorite Pop Artist Won
Favorite Social Media Celebrity Nominated
2018 Reputation Stadium Tour Concert Tour of the Year Won [400]
Swift Female Artist of the Year Nominated
Social Celebrity of the Year Nominated
2019 Lover Album of the Year Won [401]
"Me!" (featuring Brendon Urie) Music Video of the Year Nominated
Swift Social Celebrity of the Year Nominated
Female Artist of the Year Nominated
2020 Nominated [402]
Folklore Album of the Year Nominated
"Only the Young" Soundtrack Song of the Year Won
2022 Midnights Album of the Year Won [403]
"Anti-Hero" Music Video of the Year Won
Swift Female Artist of the Year Won
2024 Won [404]
Pop Artist of the Year Won
Social Celebrity of the Year Won
The Eras Tour Concert Tour of the Year Won
Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour Movie of the Year Nominated
Pollstar Awards 2019 Reputation Stadium Tour Best Pop Tour Won [405]
2021 Swift Touring Artist of the Decade Nominated [406]
Pop Touring Artist of the Decade Nominated
2024 The Eras Tour Major Tour of the Year Won [407][408]
Pop Tour of the Year Nominated
AMC x Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour Theatrical Exhibition Brand Partnership/Live Campaign of the Year Won
Popstar! Poptastic Awards 2010 Swift Favorite Female Singer Won [409]
Premios Juventud 2015 "Blank Space" Favorite Hit Nominated [410]
Swift Favorite Hitmaker Nominated
Premios MUSA 2023 Swift International Anglophone Artist of the Year Won [411]
"Anti-Hero" International Anglophone Song of the Year Nominated
Premios Odeón 2022 Swift International Odeón Artist Nominated [412]
Primetime Emmy Awards 2015 AMEX Unstaged: Taylor Swift Experience Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media — Original Interactive Program Won [413]
Q Awards 2015 Swift Best Solo Artist Nominated [414]
2018 Best Live Artist Won [415]
Queerty Awards 2019 "You Need to Calm Down" Queer Anthem Runner-up [416]
Radio Disney Music Awards 2013 "I Knew You Were Trouble" Song of the Year Won [417]
"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Best Break Up Song Won
Swift Best Female Artist Nominated
2014 "Everything Has Changed" (featuring Ed Sheeran) Best Musical Collaboration Won [418]
Swift Fiercest Fans Won
Best Female Artist Nominated
2015 "Shake It Off" Song of the Year Nominated [419]
Best Song to Dance To Won
Swift Best Female Artist Nominated
Most Talked About Artist Nominated
2016 "Bad Blood" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Song of the Year Won [420]
Best Breakup Song Won
Swift Best Female Artist Nominated
Most Talked About Artist Won
Artist With The Best Style Nominated
Fiercest Fans Nominated
2017 "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" (with Zayn) Best Collaboration Nominated [421]
2018 Swift Best Artist Nominated [422]
Look What You Made Me Do Song of the Year Nominated
Best Song To Lip-Sync To Nominated
RFK Human Rights Ripple of Hope Awards 2012 Swift Ripple of Hope Award Won [423]
Rockbjörnen 2015 "Shake It Off" Best Foreign Tune Nominated [424]
2023 "Anti-Hero" Nominated [425]
RTHK International Pop Poll Awards 2013 "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Top Ten International Gold Songs Won [426]
Red The Best Selling English Album Won
Swift Top Female Artist Gold
2015 "Shake It Off" Top Ten International Gold Songs Won [427]
Super Gold Song Won
1989 The Best Selling English Album Won
Swift Top Female Artist Gold
2016 "Style" Top Ten International Gold Songs Won [428]
Swift Top Female Artist Gold
2018 "Look What You Make Me Do" Top Ten International Gold Songs Won [429]
Reputation The Best Selling English Album Won
Swift Top Female Artist Gold
2020 "Lover" Top Ten International Gold Songs Won [430]
Lover The Best Selling English Album Won
Swift Top Female Artist Silver
2021 "Cardigan" Top Ten International Gold Songs Won [431]
Super Gold Song Won
Swift Top Female Artist Gold
2022 "Mr. Perfectly Fine" Top Ten International Gold Songs Won [432]
Swift Top Female Artist Gold
2023 "Anti-Hero" Top Ten International Gold Songs Won [433]
Super Gold Song Won
Midnights Top English Album Won
Swift Top Female Artist Gold
Satellite Awards 2018 "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" (with Zayn) Best Original Song Nominated [434]
2023 "Carolina" Nominated [435]
Shorty Awards 2015 Swift Best Singer Won [436]
2016 Won [437]
2021 Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions Best Use of Emojis Nominated [438]
SiriusXM Indie Awards 2009 "Love Story" Favourite International Single Nominated [439]
Fearless Favourite International Album Won
Swift Favourite International Solo Artist Nominated
2011 International Solo Artist of the Year Won [440]
2012 Nominated [441]
Speak Now International Album of the Year Nominated
2013 Swift International Artist of the Year Won [442]
Red International Album of the Year Nominated [443]
"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" International Single of the Year Nominated
International Video of the Year Nominated
Society of Composers & Lyricists 2023 "Carolina" Outstanding Song in a Drama or Documentary Nominated [444]
Songwriters Hall of Fame 2010 Swift Hal David Starlight Award Won [445]
Space Shower Music Awards 2016 Swift Best International Artist Nominated [446]
TEC Awards 2019 "Look What You Made Me Do" Best Record Production / Single or Track Nominated [447]
Teen Choice Awards 2008 Swift Choice Breakout Artist Won [448]
2009 Choice Female Artist Won [449]
"Love Story" Choice Love Song Nominated
Fearless Choice Female Album Won
Fearless Tour Choice Music Tour Nominated
2010 Swift (with Taylor Lautner) Choice Chemistry Nominated [450]
Choice Liplock Nominated
Swift Choice Breakout Female Won
Choice Female Artist Nominated
Choice Female Country Artist Won
"Fifteen" Choice Country Song Won
Fearless Choice Country Album Won
2011 Swift Red Carpet Hot Icon – Female Won [451]
Choice Female Artist Won
Choice Female Country Artist Won
Ultimate Choice Won
"Mean" Choice Country Song Won
"Back to December" Choice Break-Up Song Won
"Mine" Choice Love Song Nominated
2012 Swift Choice Female Artist Won [452]
Choice Female Country Artist Won
The Lorax Choice Voice Won
"Eyes Open" Choice Single by a Female Artist Won
"Sparks Fly" Choice Country Song Won
2013 Swift Choice Female Artist Nominated [453]
Choice Female Country Artist Won
Choice Smile Nominated
"I Knew You Were Trouble" Choice Single by a Female Artist Nominated
"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Choice Country Song Won
Choice Break-Up Song Nominated
"Red Tour" Choice Summer Tour Nominated
2014 Swift Choice Female Artist Nominated [454]
Choice Female Country Artist Won
Choice Smile Nominated
Choice Social Media Queen Nominated
Choice Instagrammer Nominated
Choice Fanatic Fans Nominated
2015 Swift Choice Female Artist Nominated [455]
Choice Female Hottie Nominated
Choice Summer Music Star: Female Won
Choice Social Media Queen Nominated
Choice Twit Won
"Shake It Off" Choice Single by a Female Artist Nominated
"Bad Blood" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Choice Break-Up Song Won
Choice Music Collaboration Won
Choice Summer Song Nominated
"Blank Space" Choice Party Song Nominated
"1989 World Tour" Choice Summer Tour Nominated
2016 Swift Choice Female Artist Nominated [456]
"New Romantics" Choice Song by a Female Artist Nominated
2017 "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" (with Zayn) Choice Music Collaboration Nominated [457]
Swift Choice Instagrammer Nominated
2018 Choice Female Artist Nominated [458]
"Look What You Made Me Do" Choice Song by a Female Artist Nominated
"End Game" Choice Music Collaboration Nominated
"Delicate" Choice Pop Song Nominated
Reputation Stadium Tour Choice Summer Tour Nominated
Swift Choice Fandom Nominated
2019 Swift Icon Award Won [459]
Choice Female Artist Nominated [460]
Choice Summer Female Artist Nominated
Choice Social Star Nominated
"Me!" (featuring Brendon Urie) Choice Song by a Female Artist Nominated
Choice Pop Song Nominated
"You Need to Calm Down" Choice Summer Song Nominated
Swift Choice Fandom Nominated
Telehit Awards 2013 Red Best Female Pop Album Won [461]
2015 Swift Best Female Artist Won [462]
"Bad Blood" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Video of the Year Won
2019 Swift Best Solo Female Act Nominated [463]
"You Need to Calm Down" Best Anglo Video Nominated
People's Best Video Nominated
Tencent Music Entertainment Awards 2020 Swift Best Foreign Artist Won [464]
2021 Won [465]
2023 Won [466]
Ticketmaster Awards 2018 Swift Artist of the Year Won [467]
2019 Reputation Stadium Tour Touring Milestone Award Won [468]
UK Music Video Awards 2015 "Bad Blood" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Best Pop Video – International Won [469]
Best Styling Won
2020 "Cardigan" Best Visual Effects in a Video Nominated [470]
2022 All Too Well: The Short Film Best Cinematography in a Video Nominated [471]
V Chart Awards 2013 Swift Favorite Artist of the Year (Western) Won [472]
2014 "22" Best Music Video of the Year Won [473]
2015 "Blank Space" Won [474]
Swift Favorite Artist of the Year (Western) Won
Top Female Artist (Western) Won
2016 Won [475]
2017 Favorite Artist of the Year (Western) Won [476]
Top Female Artist (Western) Won
Webby Awards 2021 "The Man" Best Music Video Nominated [477]
2024 Swift and Vote.org Best Creator or Influencer Collaboration, Features (Social) Won [478]
Weibo Starlight Awards 2019 Swift Most Influential Musician (Western) Won [479]
2021 Kings of Stars Won [480]
Western Hall of Fame Award Won
World Music Awards 2010 Swift World's Best Pop/Rock Artist Nominated [481]
Fearless World's Best Album Nominated
2012 Red Nominated [482]
"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" World's Best Song Nominated
World's Best Video Nominated
Swift World's Best Female Artist Nominated
World's Best Live Act Nominated
World's Best Entertainer of the Year Nominated
Young Hollywood Awards 2008 Swift Superstar of Tomorrow Won [483]
YouTube Music Awards 2013 Swift Artist of the Year Nominated [484]
"I Knew You Were Trouble" Response of the Year Nominated
YouTube Phenomenon Won [485]
2015 Swift 50 Artists to Watch Won [486]
Žebřík Music Awards 2023 Swift Foreign Female Artist of the Year Won [487]

Other accolades[edit]

Guinness World Records[edit]

As of December 2023, Swift has acquired 118 Guinness World Records.

Key
Indicates a former world-record holder
Year the record was awarded, title of the record, and the record holder
Year Record Record holder Ref.
2008 Most Entries in the US Top-20 in a Year by a Solo Artist[d] Swift [488]
2009 Most Simultaneous Top-20 Entries on U.S. Digital chart[e] [489]
Youngest Country Entertainer of the Year[f] [490]
2010 † Youngest Album of the Year winner at the Grammy Awards[g] [491]
† Youngest Solo Artist to win Album of the Year at the Grammy Awards [492]
Fastest-Selling US Digital Download by a Female[h] "Today Was a Fairytale" [493]
Fastest Selling Digital Album by a Female Artist[i] Speak Now [494]
† Fastest-Selling Album in the U.S. by a Female Country Artist[j] [495]
† Most Simultaneous US Hot 100 Hits by A Female[k] Swift [496]
First Artist to Have Singles Enter the Top 10 of the U.S. Hot 100 in Successive Weeks[l] [497]
First Artist in U.S. Chart History to Have Seven Singles Debut in the Top 10 of the Hot 100[m] [498]
2012 First Solo Female with Two Million-Selling Weeks on the U.S. Albums Chart[n] [499]
Fastest Selling Single in Digital History[o] "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
Fastest Selling Album in the US by a Country Artist[p] [500]
Fastest Selling Album in the US by a Female Country Artist[j] [501]
2014 Most Million-Selling Weeks on the US Albums Chart with Three Consecutive Albums[q] Swift [502]
2015 Most Teen Choice Awards won by an Individual[r] [503]
Most Teen Choice Awards won by a Female [504]
Most Teen Choice Awards won by a Musician [505]
Most Teen Choice Awards won by a Female Musician [506]
† Most Million-Selling Weeks on US Albums Charts[s] [496]
Highest Earning Couple in Hollywood (2015)[t] [507]
2016 Highest Annual Earnings for a Musician (2016)[u] [508]
Highest Annual Earnings for a Female Musician Ever[v] [509]
2017 † Most Viewed Music Video Online (Female Artist)[w] "Shake It Off" [510]
Most Million-Selling Weeks on US Albums Charts[s] Swift [502]
2018 Most Streamed Track in One Week (Female)[x] [511]
† Most Watched Video Online in 24 Hours[y]
† Most Streamed Track on Spotify in the First 24 Hours[z]
† Most Watched Vevo video in 24 Hours[aa]
Highest Grossing Music Tour by a Female Artist (2018)[ab] Reputation Stadium Tour [512]
2019 Most Viewed Vevo video in 24 hours[aa] "Me!" [513]
† Most Views of a New Music Video from a Solo Artist in 24 hours on YouTube[ac] [514]
Highest Climber on the US Singles Chart[ad] Swift [515]
Highest Annual Earnings for a Female Musician Ever[v] [516]
Highest Annual Earnings for a Musician (2019)[ae]
Highest Annual Earnings for a Musician (Female, 2019)
Highest-Earning Living Celebrity (2019)[ae]
Highest-Earning Living Celebrity (Female, 2019)
† Most Weeks at No.1 on the Billboard Artist 100 Chart[af] [518]
† Most American Music Awards Won by a Female Artist[ag] [519]
† Most American Music Awards won[ag] [520]
† Most Simultaneous US Hot 100 Entries by a Female[k] [521]
Most Global Recording Artist of the Year (IFPI) awards won[ah] [522]
Biggest-Selling Album Worldwide For A Solo Artist (2019)[ai] Lover [523]
2020 † Most Day-One Streams of An Album On Spotify (Female)[aj] Folklore [524]
Most Cumulative Weeks at No.1 on US Albums Chart by a Solo Female[ak] Swift [525]
Shortest Gap Between New No.1 Albums on the US Billboard 200 (Female)[al] [526]
2021 † Most No.1s on the US Digital Song Sales chart[am] [527]
Most Album of the Year awards won at the Grammys by a vocalist[an] [528]
Most Album of the Year awards won at the Grammys (Female) [529]
First female Brits Global Icon Award winner [530]
Youngest Brits Global Icon Award winner[ao] [531]
Highest Climb to No.1 on the US Albums Chart (Female)[ap] [532]
† Most Day-one Streams of an Album on Spotify (Female)[aj] Red (Taylor's Version) [533]
† Most Streamed Act on Spotify in 24 Hours (Female)[aq]
Swift
[534]
Most Simultaneous US Hot 100 New Entries[ar] [535]
Most Simultaneous US Hot 100 New Entries by a Solo Act [536]
Most Simultaneous US Hot 100 Entries by a Female[k] [537]
Most No.1 Albums on the US Billboard 200 in a Calendar Year (Female)[as] [538]
† Most American Music Awards won[ag] [539]
† Most American Music Awards won by a Female Artist [540]
Longest Song to Reach No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 [541]
2022 Highest Annual Earnings for a Female Musician (2021)[at] Swift [542]
Most Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards nominations for an Individual[au] [543]
Most Teen Choice Awards won by an Individual[r] [544]
Most Teen Choice Awards won by a Musician [545]
Most Streamed Act on Spotify in 24 hours[aq] [546]
Most Day-one Streams of an Album on Spotify[aj]
Most Streamed Album on Spotify in 24 hours[aj]
Most Streamed Album on Spotify in One Week[av] [547]
Most Day-one Streams of an Album on Spotify (Female) [548]
Most Streamed Album by a Female Artist in One Week (US)[aw] [549]
Fastest-Selling Vinyl Album (US)[ax] [550]
Most Streamed Album on Amazon Music in 24 Hours [551]
Most Albums with Million-Selling Weeks on the US Billboard 200[s]
Swift
[552]
Most Million-Selling Weeks on the US Albums chart [553]
† Most Cumulative Weeks at No.1 on US Albums chart (Solo Female)[ay] [554]
Most No.1s on Billboard Streaming Songs chart (female)[az] [555]
Most Songs to Debut at No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100 (Female)[ba] [556]
†Most Top 10 Hits on the US Hot 100 (female)[bb] [557]
First Act to Debut at Positions 1–10 Simultaneously on the US Hot 100[bc] [558]
First Act to Debut at Positions 1–10 Simultaneously on the US Digital Song Sales chart[bc] [559]
Most Simultaneous Top 20 entries on the US Digital Songs Sales chart[bd] [560]
Most US No.1 Albums by a Female Artist[be] [561]
Most Consecutive No.1 Studio Albums on the US Billboard 200[bf] [562]
Most Debuts at No.1 on the US Albums Chart (Female) [563]
Most Simultaneous No.1 debuts on the US Billboard 200 and Hot 100[bg] [564]
† Most No.1s on the US Digital Songs Sales chart[am] [565]
† Most Weeks at No.1 on the Billboard Artist 100 Chart[af] [566]
Most Simultaneous Top 10 Hits on ARIA Singles Chart[bh] [567]
† Most Streamed Female Act on Spotify[bi] [568]
First Act to Debut at Positions 1–5 Simultaneously on Billboard Global 200 chart[bj] [569]
Most American Music Awards won[ag] [570]
Most American Music Awards won by a Female Artist [571]
2023 Most Simultaneous Albums on the US Billboard 200 (Living Artist)[bk] [572]
Most Simultaneous Albums on the US Billboard 200 (Female)
Most Streamed Female Act on Spotify[bi] [573]
Most Monthly Listeners on Spotify (Female)[bl] [574]
Most Top 10 hits on the US Hot 100 (Female)[bb] [575]
Most US singles chart entries (Female)[bm] [576]
Most US No.1 albums by a female artist[be] [577]
Most Cumulative Weeks at No.1 on US albums chart (Solo Female)[ay] [578]
Most No.1s on the US Digital Song Sales chart[am] [579]
Greatest Seismic Activity caused by a Music concert [580]
Most Weeks at No.1 on Billboard's Artist 100 chart[af] [581]
Most Grammy nominations for Song of the Year[bn] [582]
Highest-grossing Concert or Performance film at the Global Box office[bo] [583]
Highest-grossing Music Tour[bp] The Eras Tour [584]
Highest-grossing Music Tour by a Female Artist [585]
Highest-grossing Music Tour in a Single Year [586]
Highest-grossing Music Tour by a Female Artist (2023) [587]
Highest-grossing Music Tour by a Solo Artist [588]
Highest-grossing Music Tour Per Concert by a Female Artist [589]
Most Time Person of the Year Titles (Female)
Swift
[590]

Listicles[edit]

Name of publisher, name of listicle, year(s) listed, and placement result
Publisher Listicle Year(s) Result Ref.
ABC Barbara Walters' 10 Most Fascinating People 2014 Placed [591]
Billboard Power 100 2024 1st [592]
Music's Top Global Money Makers 2014 15th [593]
2015, 2018, 2021 1st [594]
2017 48th [595]
2020 2nd [596]
The Greatest Pop Stars By Year 2015, 2021, 2023 1st [597][598]
2022 3rd
2009, 2012, 2017, 2020 Honorable Mention
The 100 Greatest Music Video Artists of All Time 2020 29th [599]
Top 50 Breakup Songs of All Time 2022 1st ("All Too Well") [600]
The 500 Best Pop Songs 2023 42nd ("You Belong with Me")
161st ("Blank Space")
[601]
Bloomberg Bloomberg 50 2018 Placed [602]
Brandwatch Most Influential People on Twitter 2018–2019 1st [603]
2020 3rd [604]
2021 1st [605]
2022 2nd [606]
Bustle These 10 GOATS Are Paving The Way In Their Respective Fields 2021 5th [607]
Cleveland.com Greatest Artist of All Time in Every Music Genre: The Definitive List 2019 Runner-up (Pop) [608]
CNN The 10 Artists Who Transformed Music in the 2010s Placed [609]
Consequence The 100 Greatest Albums of All Time 2022 39th (1989) [610]
Artist of the Year 2023 Placed [611]
Entertainment Weekly Entertainers of the Year 2019–2020, 2023 Placed [612][613]
Elle Canada 100 Women That Are Changing the World 2022 Placed [614]
Forbes 30 Under 30 (named to "All-Star Alumni" in 2017) 2012–2014 Placed [615]
World's Highest-Paid Women in Music (including first-placements in 2016 and 2019) 2011–2020 Placed [616]
Most Powerful Women 2015 64th (youngest listed) [617]
2019 71st [618]
2020 82nd [619]
2021 78th [620]
2022 79th (youngest listed) [621]
2023 5th (first entertainer ever in the top five; youngest listed) [622]
Celebrity 100 (including first-placements in 2016 and 2019) 2011–2020 Placed [623]
The World's Highest-Paid Entertainers 2019 1st [624]
2022 9th
America's Richest Self-Made Women 2016–2023 Placed [625]
Top-Earning Musicians of the Decade 2019 2nd [626]
Financial Times Most Influential Women 2020 Placed [627]
Fortune 40 Under 40 2015 6th [628]
Most Powerful Women 51st [629]
World's Greatest Leaders 6th [630]
Google Most-Searched-For Women in Music 2019 1st [631]
The Hollywood Reporter Women in Entertainment Power 100 2022–2023 Placed [632][633]
25 Platinum Players in Music 2023 Placed [634]
iHeartRadio Canada Icons of the Decade 2019 Placed [635]
The Independent 50 women who broke barriers in the music industry 2020 Placed [636]
Insider The 20 top artists of the decade 2019 Placed [637]
25 Most Iconic Breaking Songs in Music History 2022 Placed [638]
Jaxsta The Jaxsta Honors List: Producers 2022 6th [639]
2023 4th [640]
Lebanon Daily News Women of the Century Pennsylvania 2020 Placed [641]
MarketWatch MarketWatch 50 2023 Placed [642]
Maxim Maxim Hot 100 (under "Icons & Megastars") 2023 Placed [643]
People People of the Year 2019 Placed [644]
15 Women Changing the Music Industry Today 2022 Placed [645]
Most Intriguing People of the Year 2023 1st [646]
Pitchfork The 200 Most Important Artists of Pitchfork's First 25 Years (under "The Icons") 2021 Placed [647]
The Post The 8 Most Influential Musicians of the 2010s 2019 Placed [648]
Rolling Stone 100 Greatest Songwriters of All Time (youngest listed) 2015 97th [649]
100 Greatest Country Artists of All Time 2017 80th [650]
500 Greatest Albums of All Time 2020 99th (Red)
170th (Folklore)
393rd (1989)
[651]
100 Greatest Music Videos of All Time 2021 67th ("Blank Space") [652]
500 Greatest Songs of All Time 69th ("All Too Well")
357th ("Blank Space")
400th ("Cruel Summer")
[653]
30 Greatest Grammy Performances of All Time 4th ("Cardigan" / "August" / "Willow") [654]
Highest-Paid Musicians of 2021 10th [655]
Best Summer Songs of All Time 2022 37th ("Cruel Summer") [656]
200 Greatest Singers of All Time 2023 102nd [657]
100 Greatest Country Albums of All Time 10th (Fearless) [658]
The Sunday Times 21 best songs of the 21st century 2022 16th ("Blank Space") [659]
Ranked: the best 20 solo singers of this century 2023 14th [660]
Time Time 100 2010 Placed (under "Artists" with tribute written by Stevie Nicks) [661]
2015 Placed (under "Icons" with tribute written by Mariska Hargitay) [662]
2019 Placed (under "Icons" with tribute written by Shawn Mendes) [663]
Time Person of the Year 2017 Placed (as "Silence Breakers") [664]
2023 Placed (first entertainer ever) [665]
The Telegraph The 60 greatest female singer-songwriters of all time 2018 16th [666]
Tumblr Tumblr's Artist of the Year 2022 Placed [667]
Variety Variety500: The 500 Most Important People in Global Media 2017–2022 Placed [668]
Hollywood's New Leaders (under "Creative") 2014 Placed [669]
VH1 VH1's 100 Greatest Women In Music 2012 43rd [670]
Wired The 10 Best Artists of the 2010s 2019 Placed [671]
YouGov Most-Admired Women 10th [672]
2020 9th [673]
2021 7th
YPulse The 17 Musicians Gen Z & Millennials Say Represent Their Generations 2019 1st [675]

Honorary degree[edit]

Name of school, year given, and name of degree
School Year Degree Ref.
New York University 2022 Doctorate of Fine Arts (D.F.A.) [676]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Indicates the year of ceremony. Each year is linked to the article about the awards held that year, wherever possible.
  2. ^ AMFT Awards is an online awards group.[39]
  3. ^ Tied with Alan Jackson
  4. ^ In 2008, Swift had six tracks enter the top 20 of the Billboard Hot 100: "Change", "Love Story", "Fearless", "You're Not Sorry", "You Belong with Me" and "White Horse".
  5. ^ On November 14, 2009, Swift became the first act to place five tracks ("Jump Then Fall", "Untouchable", "Other Side of the Door", "Superstar" and "Come in with the Rain") inside the top 20 of Billboard Digital Song Sales chart at the same time.
  6. ^ 19 years old
  7. ^ Swift was 20 years old when she first won the award in 2010 for her second studio album, Fearless. Billie Eilish surpassed this record in 2020, winning the award for When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, when she was 18 years old.
  8. ^ In the week ending February 6, 2010, "Today Was A Fairytale" topped the Billboard Digital Song Sales chart and sold a record 325,000 digital downloads in the U.S.
  9. ^ For the week ending November 13, 2010, Swift's third studio album, Speak Now, sold 278,000 digital downloads in the U.S.
  10. ^ a b In the week ending November 13, 2010, Speak Now shifted 1,047,000 copies, accounting for a record 18% of all album sales in the U.S. that week. Red suppressed it in November 2012 with over 1.2 million copies.
  11. ^ a b c In November 2010, Swift had a record 11 tracks from Speak Now charting on the Billboard Hot 100 at the same time. This record was broken by many women before Swift regained the record with the 18 tracks of her seventh album, Lover, in 2019. In 2021, 26 tracks from her second re-recorded album, Red (Taylor's Version), simultaneously debuted on the Hot 100, marking the first time an artist charted so many Hot 100 entries in a single week.
  12. ^ Swift became the first artist to have two singles debut in the top 10 of the Hot 100 in successive weeks, with "Speak Now" on October 23, 2010, and "Back To December" on October 30, 2010.
  13. ^ Swift is the first artist to have seven of her singles debut inside the Hot 100 top 10, breaking the record of five singles set by Mariah Carey in 1998. Swift did it with "Change"(2008), Fearless" (2008), "Jump Then Fall" (2009), "Today Was a Fairytale" (2010), Mine" (2010), "Speak Now" (2010) and "Back To December" (2010).
  14. ^ Achieved with Speak Now (2010) and Red (2012)
  15. ^ On August 14, 2012, "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" topped the iTunes singles chart in just 50 minutes after release.
  16. ^ Red sold 1.208 million copies in a week, ousting Garth Brooks' Double Live (1.085 million on 5 December 1998).
  17. ^ The albums Speak Now (2010), Red (2012), and 1989 (2014), each sold more than a million copies within one week each.
  18. ^ a b Swift had won 24 Teen Choice Awards as of August 16, 2015; 22 of those as a musician and two as an actress. She extended the record with 26 as of September 2023
  19. ^ a b c Swift achieved it with Speak Now (2010), Red (2012), and 1989 (2014), and extended the record in 2017 with her sixth studio album, Reputation, and in 2022 with her tenth studio album, Midnights.
  20. ^ Swift and her ex-boyfriend Calvin Harris earned a combined $146 million from June 2014 to June 2015; Swift earned $80 million and Harris $66 million.
  21. ^ She earned an estimated $170 million in the 12 months leading up to June 1, 2016, according to Forbes.
  22. ^ a b According to Forbes, Swift earned an estimated $170 million in the 12 months leading up to June 1, 2016, beating Katy Perry's earnings of 2014–15 by $35 million. Swift earned $185 million between June 1, 2018, and 1 June 2019, surpassing her own record.
  23. ^ Had 2,110,214,601 views on May 11, 2017; surpassed by Katy Perry's "Roar" (2013).
  24. ^ "Look What You Made Me Do" collected 84.4 million streams in its first week.
  25. ^ The music video was watched 43.2 millions times in its first day on YouTube. Swift's "Me!" regained this record in 2019, after which it was broken again on multiple occasions.
  26. ^ 8 million streams in its first 24 hours on Spotify; this record has been surpassed multiple times since then.
  27. ^ a b "Look What You Made Me do" music video was watched 43.2 million times in its first day on YouTube. American singer Ariana Grande's "Thank U, Next" (2018) surpassed it with 55.4 million views, before Swift broke the record again with 65.2 million views of "Me!" (2019).
  28. ^ Amassed $345.7 million in 2018, according to Billboard.
  29. ^ The music video for "Lalisa" (2021), the solo debut single of Thai rapper Lisa, broke the record on September 14, 2021.
  30. ^ "Me!" ascended 98 spots from number 100 to 2 on the Hot 100 chart dated May 11, 2019.
  31. ^ a b She earned an estimated $185 million between June 1, 2018, and 1 June 2019, according to Forbes.[517]
  32. ^ a b c 36 weeks, as of June 22, 2019. Increased to 51 weeks, as of November 5, 2022, and to 80, as of October 7, 2022
  33. ^ a b c d Swift first acquired the record with 29 American Music Awards as of November 24, 2019; surpassed herself with a record of 34, as of November 21, 2021; and the current record of 40, as of November 20, 2022.
  34. ^ Twice; 2014 and 2019.
  35. ^ IFPI reported Lover was 2019's biggest-selling album by a solo artist, selling 3.2 million copies globally.
  36. ^ a b c d Folklore garnered 80.6 million streams on July 24, 2020, breaking the record set by Ariana Grande's Thank U, Next in 2019. Swift's own Red (Taylor's Version) later surpassed Folklore with 90.8 million streams. Her tenth studio album, Midnights, subsequently broke the overall all-gender record with 184.6 million streams on October 21, 2022.
  37. ^ 47 weeks, as of October 3, 2020.
  38. ^ Evermore topped the chart 140 days after Folklore did.
  39. ^ a b c 26, as of June 10, 2023. Swift first achieved the record on March 20, 2021, with 22 number-ones, which was updated to 24 on November 5, 2022; Her first chart-topper was "Today Was a Fairytale" (2010), and "Hits Different" (2022) the latest.
  40. ^ Three, tied with Frank Sinatra, Stevie Wonder, and Paul Simon; Swift won the award for Fearless, 1989, and Folklore, in 2010, 2016, and 2021, respectively.
  41. ^ 31 years and 149 days old when she received it.
  42. ^ Fearless (Taylor's Version) ascended 156 spots on the chart dated October 16, 2022.
  43. ^ a b Swift received 122.9 million streams on November 12, 2021, but subsequently achieved the overall record, receiving 228 million streams on October 21, 2022.
  44. ^ 26 new entries on the chart dated November 27, 2021.
  45. ^ Evermore (2 January, 16 January and 12 June), Fearless (Taylor’s Version) (24 April and 16 October), and Red (Taylor’s Version) (27 November) in 2021.
  46. ^ US$80,000,000 earned in 2021
  47. ^ 35 nominations as of 2022
  48. ^ 776,481,256 streams in the week ending October 27, 2022.
  49. ^ 549,260,000 streams
  50. ^ 575,000 vinyl LPs sold in one week, surpassing Harry Styles' Harry's House, while sold 182,000 vinyl LPs in one week in 2022.
  51. ^ a b 56, as of November 5, 2022; 63 weeks, as of July 29, 2023.
  52. ^ Six, including the latest "Anti-Hero".
  53. ^ Five, a tie with Ariana Grande
  54. ^ a b 40, surpassing Madonna (38) in 2022; updated to 42 in 2023.
  55. ^ a b 10 tracks from Midnights.
  56. ^ 11 tracks from Midnights.
  57. ^ a b 11 in 2022, tying with Barbra Streisand, and broke the tie when it became 12 in 2023.
  58. ^ 11
  59. ^ 4 times; Folklore and "Cardigan, Evermore and "Willow", Red (Taylor's Version) and "All Too Well (Taylor's Version)", and Midnights and "Anti-Hero".
  60. ^ Nine tracks from Midnights
  61. ^ a b Swift, surpassing Ariana Grande, achieved the record with 35 billion streams as of November 2022, and extended the record to 41 billion streams as of February 2023.
  62. ^ "Anti-Hero" (No.1), "Lavender Haze" (No.2), "Snow on the Beach" (No.3), "Maroon" (No.4) and "Midnight Rain" (No.5); all from Midnights
  63. ^ 10 albums on charts dated March 4 and May 6, 2023.
  64. ^ Over 100 million on August 29, 2023
  65. ^ 212 as of July 22, 2023.
  66. ^ Seven, as of 2023.
  67. ^ US$246,365,022
  68. ^ $1.039 billion, as of November 2023.

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