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1984

The Face Magazine

Top Albums of 1984: #19 "Like A Virgin" #1 "Purple Rain" by Prince

MTV Video Music Awards

Nomination for Best New Artist In A Video for "Borderline" Lost to "Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)" by Eurythmics

Pollstar Concert Industry Awards

Nomination for Which Artist is Most Likely to Successfully Headline Arenas for the First Time in 1985? Award Lost to Bryan Adams

1985

American Music Awards

Nomination for Favorite Female Pop/Rock Artist Lost to Cindy Lauper

Billboard Music Awards

Top Dance Club Play Artist
Top Dance Sales Artist
Top Pop Artist
Top Pop Album Artist – Female
Top Pop Singles Artist
Top Pop Singles Artist – Female
Top Music Video for "Madonna"

Bravo Otto Awards

Female Singer (Gold)

The Face Magazine

Top Singles of 1985: #10 "Into The Groove", #30 "Material Girl" #1 "Slave To The Rhythm" by Grace Jones

Pop Rocky Magazine Goldener Hammerschlumpf

Film Star Of The Year for "Desperately Seeking Susan" (Madonna)

Juno Awards

Nomination for International Album of the Year for "Like A Virgin" Lost to "Born in the U.S.A." by Bruce Springsteen

MTV Video Music Awards

Nomination for Best Female Video for "Material Girl" Lost to "What's Love Got To Do With It" by Tina Turner
Nomination for Best Choreography In A Video for "Like A Virgin" (Choreography by Madonna) Lost to "Sad Song (Say So Much)" by Elton John (Choreography David Atkins)
Nomination for Best Choreography In A Video for "Material Girl" (Choreography by Kenny Ortega) Lost to "Sad Song (Say So Much)" by Elton John (Choreography David Atkins)
Nomination for Best Art Direction In A Video for "Like A Virgin" (Art Director: John Ebdon) Lost to "The Boys Of Summer" by Don Henley (Art Director: Bryan Jones)
Nomination for Best Cinematography In A Video for "Like A Virgin" (Director of Photography: Peter Sinclair) Lost to "The Boys Of Summer" by Don Henley (Director of Photography: Pascal Lebègue)

NME Readers' Poll

Worst Dressed Person

The Village Voice Magazine

Top Singles of 1985: #11 "Into The Groove" #1 "Sun City" by Artists United Against Apartheid

1986

American Music Awards

Nomination for Favorite Female Pop/Rock Artist Lost to Tina Turner
Nomination for Favorite Pop/Rock Female Video Artist Lost to Pat Benatar
Nomination for Favorite Pop/Rock Album for "Like A Virgin" Lost to "Born in the U.S.A." by Bruce Springsteen

BAFTA Awards

Best Actress in a Supporting Role for "Desperately Seeking Susan" (Rosanna Arquette)

Casting Society of America

Nomination for Best Casting for Feature Film, Comedy for "Desperately Seeking Susan" (Risa Bramon Garcia, Billy Hopkins) Lost to Prizzi's Honor (Alixe Gordin)

César Awards

Nomination for Best Foreign Film for "Desperately Seeking Susan" (Susan Seidelman)Lost to The "Purple Rose of Cairo" (Woody Allen)

Billboard Music Awards

Top Music Video for "The Virgin Tour"

Bravo Otto Awards

Female Singer (Gold)

Brit Awards

Nomination for Best International Solo Artist Lost to Bruce Springsteen

The Face Magazine

Top Singles of 1986: #26 "Live To Tell" #1 "Walk This Way" by Run DMC

Golden Globes Awards

Nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical for "Desperately Seeking Susan" (Rosanna Arquette) Lost to "Prizzi's Honor" (Kathleen Turner)

Grammy Awards

Nomination for Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female for "Crazy for You" Lost to "Saving All My Love for You" by Whitney Houston

Melody Maker's End Of Year Critic Lists

Singles of 1986: #9 "Papa Don't Preach" #1 "Kiss" by Prince

MTV Video Music Awards

Video Vanguard Award


Nomination for The Best Choreography In A Video for "Dress You Up" (Choreographer: Brad Jeffries) Lost to "Raspberry Beret" by Prince (Choreographer: Prince)
Nomination for The Best Choreography In A Video for "Like A Virgin" (Live) (Choreographer: Brad Jeffries) Lost to "Raspberry Beret" by Prince (Choreographer: Prince)

People's Choice Awards

Favorite Female Musical Performer

Pollstar Concert Industry Awards

Nomination for Personal Manager Of The Year for "The Virgin Tour" (Freddie DeMann) Lost to Tony Smith

Q Magazine

Recordings Of The Year: "True Blue"

Rolling Stone Critics Poll

Best Singles of 1986: #3 "Papa Don't Preach" #1 "Kiss" by Prince And The Revolution

Sounds Magazine End Of Year List

Albums Of The Year: "True Blue"

The Village Voice Magazine

Top Singles of 1986: #20 "Papa Don't Preach" #1 "Walk This Way" by Run DMC

1987

American Music Awards

Favorite Pop/Rock Video Female


Nomination for Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Lost to Whitney Houston
Nomination for Favorite Pop/Rock Single for "Live To Tell" Lost to "There'll Be Sad Songs (To Make You Cry)" by Billy Ocean

ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards

Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures for "Live To Tell" by Madonna (from "At Close Range")

Billboard Music Awards

Top Dance Sales Artist
Top Pop Singles Artist
Top Pop Singles Artist – Female

Bravo Otto Awards

Female Singer (Gold)

Brit Awards

Nomination for Best International Solo Artist Lost to Paul Simon

Diamond Awards

One Million for "True Blue" Album (1 million albums sold in Canada)

The Face Magazine

Top Singles of 1987: #25 "Who's That Girl" #1 "Sign O' The Times" by Prince

Golden Raspberry Awards

Worst Actress for "Shanghai Surprise" (Madonna)
Nomination for Worst Picture for "Shanghai Surprise" Lost to "Howard the Duck"
Nomination for Worst Actor for "Shanghai Surprise" (Sean Penn) Lost to "Under the Cherry Moon" (Prince)
Nomination for Worst Director for "Shanghai Surprise" (Jim Goddard) Lost to "Under the Cherry Moon" (Prince)
Nomination for Worst Screenplay for "Shanghai Surprise" (Screenplay by John Kohn and Robert Bentley, based on the novel Farraday's Flowers by Tony Kenrick) Lost to "Howard the Duck" (Screenplay by Willard Huyck and Gloria Katz, based on the Marvel Comics character created by Steve Gerber)
Nomination for Worst Song for "Shanghai Surprise" by George Harrison (from "Shanghai Surprise") Lost to "Love or Money" by Prince and The Revolution (from "Under the Cherry Moon")

Grammy Awards

Nomination for Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female for "Papa Don't Preach" Lost to "The Broadway Album" by Barbra Streisand

Japan Gold Disc Awards

Artist of the Year
Grand Prix Album of the Year for "True Blue"
Best Album of the Year – Pops Solo for "True Blue"

Juno Awards

International Album of the Year for "True Blue"
Nomination for International Single of the Year for "Papa Don't Preach" Lost to "Venus" by Bananarama

Melody Maker's End Of Year Critic Lists

Singles of 1987: #10 "Who's That Girl" #1 "Birthday" by Sugarcubes

MTV Video Music Awards

Best Female Video for "Papa Don't Preach"
Nomination for Best Female Video for "Open Your Heart" Lost to "Papa Don't Preach" by herself
Nomination for Best Overall Performance In A Video for "Papa Don't Preach" Lost to "Sledgehammer" by Peter Gabriel
Nomination for Best Choreography In A Video for "Open Your Heart" (Choreographer: Brad Jeffries) Lost to "Nasty" by Janet Jackson (Choreographer: Paula Abdul)
Nomination for Best Art Direction In A Video for "Open Your Heart" (Art Director: Mike Hanan) Lost to "Sledgehammer" by Peter Gabriel (Art Directors: Stephen Quay and Timothy Quay)
Nomination for Best Cinematography In A Video for "Papa Don't Preach" (Director of Photography: Michael Ballhaus) Lost to "C'est La Vie" by Robbie Nevil (Director of Photography: Mark Plummer)

Much Music Video Awards

Best Female Artist
Best Female Video for "La Isla Bonita"

Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards

Favorite Female Vocalist

Pollstar Concert Industry Awards

Nomination for Most Creative Stage Set for "Who's That Girl World Tour" (Planview) Lost to Pink Floyd (Paul Staples & Marc Brickman)
Nomination for Personal Manager Of The Year for "Who's That Girl World Tour" (Freddie DeMann) Lost to Doug Thaler & Doc McGhee (Bon Jovi / Motley Crue)

World Music Video Awards

America's Most Popular Video for "Papa Don't Preach"
World's Most Favourite Video for "Papa Don't Preach"

1988

American Music Awards

Nomination for Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Lost to Whitney Houston

ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards

Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures for "Who's That Girl" by Madonna (from "Who's That Girl")

BMI Pop Awards

Most Performed Song for "La Isla Bonita", "Open Your Heart" and "Live to Tell"

Brit Awards

Nomination for Best International Solo Artist Lost to Michael Jackson

Golden Globes Awards

Nomination for Best Original Song for "Who's That Girl" by Madonna (from "Who's That Girl") Lost to "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" by Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes (from "Dirty Dancing")

Golden Raspberry Awards

Worst Actress for "Who's That Girl" (Madonna)
Nomination for Worst Picture for "Who's That Girl" Lost to "Leonard Part 6"
Nomination for Worst Director for "Who's That Girl" (James Foley) Lost to "Tough Guys Don't Dance" (Norman Mailer) and "Ishtar" (Elaine May)
Nomination for Worst Screenplay for "Who's That Girl" (screenplay by Andrew Smith and Ken Finkleman) Lost to "Leonard Part 6" (screenplay by Jonathan Reynolds, story by Bill Cosby)
Nomination for Worst Song for "El Coco Loco (So, So Bad)" by Coati Mundi (from "Who's That Girl") Lost to "I Want Your Sex" by George Michael (from "Beverly Hills Cop II")

Grammy Awards

Nomination for Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or Television for "Who's That Girl" by Madonna (from "Who's That Girl") Lost to "Somewhere Out There" by James Horner (from "An American Tail")

Irish Music Awards

Best International Female Artist

Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards

Favorite Female Vocalist

Tony Awards

Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play for "Speed-the-Plow" (Ron Silver)
Nomination for Best Play for "Speed-the-Plow" (David Mamet) Lost to "M. Butterfly" (David Henry Hwang)
Nomination for Best Direction of a Play for "Speed-the-Plow" (Director: Gregory Mosher) Lost to "M. Butterfly" (Director: John Dexter)

1989

Billboard Music Video Awards

Best Video for "Express Yourself"

The Face Magazine

Top Albums of 1989: #13 "Like A Prayer" #1 "3ft High and Rising" by De La Soul
Top Singles of 1989: #23 "Like A Prayer" #1 "Pacific State" by 808 State

Billboard Music Awards

Top Adult Contemporary Artist

Bravo Otto Awards

Female Singer (Silver)

International Rock Awards

Best Female Vocalist

MTV

Artist Of The Decade Award

MTV Video Music Awards

Best Direction In A Video for "Express Yourself" (Director: David Fincher)
Best Art Direction In A Video for "Express Yourself" (Art Directors: Holgar Gross and Vance Lorenzini)
Best Cinematography In A Video for "Express Yourself" (Director of Photography: Mark Plummer)
Viewers Choice Award for "Like A Prayer"


Nomination for Best Editing In A Video for "Express Yourself" (Editor: Scott Chestnut) Lost to "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul (Editor: Jim Haygood)
Nomination for Best Female Video for "Express Yourself" Lost to "Straight Up" by Paula Abdul
Nomination for Video Of The Year for "Like A Prayer" Lost to "This Note's for You" by Neil Young

Musician Magazine

Artist of the Decade

Q Magazine

Recordings Of The Year: "Like A Prayer"

Record Mirror Magazine

Best Albums of 1989: #1 "Like A Prayer"
Best Singles of 1989: #10 "Like A Prayer" #1 "Back To Life" by Soul 2 Soul
Albums Of The '80s: #5 "Like A Prayer", #59 "Madonna", #92 "Like A Virgin" #1 "Sign O' The Times" by Prince

Rockbjörnen

Best International Artist
Best International Album for "Like A Prayer"

Rolling Stone Magazine Readers' Picks

Best Albums of 1989: #4 "Like A Prayer" #1 "Full Moon Fever" by Tom Petty

Sounds Magazine End Of Year List

Albums Of The Year 1989: #19 "Like A Prayer" #1 The Stone Roses - The Stone Roses

The Village Voice Magazine

Top Albums of 1989: #18 "Like A Prayer" #1 "3ft High and Rising" by De La Soul
Top Singles of 1989: #7 "Like A Prayer" #1 "Fight The Power" by Public Enemy

1990

Aids Project Los Angeles Awards

Commitment to Life Award

American Music Awards

Nomination for Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Lost to Paula Abdul
Nomination for Favorite Dance Single for "Like A Prayer" Lost to "Miss You Much" by Janet Jackson

Billboard Music of the '80s Poll Awards

Pop Artist of the Decade
Dance Artist of the Decade
Dance Single of the Decade for "Into The Groove"

The Face Magazine

Top Singles of 1990: #25 "Vogue" #1 "Groove is in The Heart" by Dee-Lite

Golden Raspberry Awards

Nomination for Worst Supporting Actress for "Bloodhounds of Broadway" (Madonna) Lost to "Speed Zone!" (Brooke Shields)
Nomination for Worst Actress of the Decade for "Bloodhounds of Broadway", "Who's That Girl" and "Shanghai Surprise" Lost to Bo Derek for "Bolero" and "Tarzan, the Ape Man"
Nomination for Worst New Star of the Decade for "Bloodhounds of Broadway", "Who's That Girl" and "Shanghai Surprise" Lost to Pia Zadora for "Butterfly" and "The Lonely Lady"

Grammy Awards

Nomination For Best Engineered Album for "Lika A Prayer" Lost to "Cry Like a Rainstorm - Howl Like the Wind" by Linda Ronstadt
Nomination for Best Music Video, Short Form for "Oh Father" Lost to "Opposites Attract" by Paula Abdul

Japan Gold Disc Awards

Artist of the Year
Grand Prix Album of the Year for "Like a Prayer"


Best Album of the Year – Pops Solo for "Like a Prayer"

Juno Awards

Nomination for International Single of the Year for "Like A Prayer" Lost to "Swing The Mood" by Jive Bunny and the Mastermixers

MTV Video Music Awards

Best Direction In A Video for "Vogue" (Director: David Fincher)
Best Editing In A Video for "Vogue" (Editor: Jim Haygood)
Best Cinematography In A Video for "Vogue" (Director of Photography: Pascal Lebègue)
Nomination for Video Of The Year for "Vogue" Lost to "Nothing Compares 2 U" by Sinead O'Connor
Nomination for Best Female Video for "Vogue" Lost to "Nothing Compares 2 U" by Sinead O'Connor
Nomination for Best Dance Video for "Vogue" Lost to "U Can't Touch This" by M.C. Hammer
Nomination for Best Choreography In A Video for "Vogue" (Choreographers: Luis Camacho and Jose Gutierrez) Lost to "Rhythm Nation" by Janet Jackson (Choreographers: Janet Jackson and Anthony Thomas)
Nomination for Best Art Direction In A Video for "Vogue" (Art Director: Lauryn LeClere) Lost to "Love Shack" by B-52's (Art Director: Martin Lasowitz)
Nomination for Viewers Choice Award for "Vogue" Lost To "Janie's Got A Gun" by Aerosmith

Pollstar Concert Industry Awards

Most Creative Stage Production for "Blond Ambition World Tour"
Nomination for Major Tour Of The Year for "Blond Ambition World Tour" Lost to Paul McCartney
Nomination for Personal Manager Of The Year for "Blond Ambition World Tour" (Freddie DeMann) Lost to Tim Collins (Aerosmith)

Q Magazine

Recordings Of The Year: "The Immaculate Collection"

Rolling Stone Magazine Critics' Picks

Best Singles of 1990: #1 Vogue

Smash Hits Magazine Poll Winners Party Awards

Best Female Solo Singer
Most Fanciable Female

Sounds Magazine End Of Year List

Albums Of The Year 1990: #38 "The Immaculate Collection" #1 "Bossanova" by Pixies
Singles Of The Year 1990: #15 "Vogue" #1 "Groove Is In The Heart" by Dee-Lite

1991

Academy Awards

Best Original Song for "Sooner Or Later" by Madonna (from "Dick Tracy")
Best Art Direction for "Dick Tracy" (Art Director: Richard Sylbert; Set Decoration: Rick Simpson)
Best Makeup for "Dick Tracy" (John Caglione Jr. and Doug Drexler)
Nomination for Best Supporting Actor for "Dick Tracy" (Al Pacino) Lost to "Goodfellas" (Joe Pesci)
Nomination for Best Sound for "Dick Tracy" (Thomas Causey, Chris Jenkins, David E. Campbell and Doug Hemphill) Lost to "Dances With Wolves" (Jeffrey Perkins, Bill W. Benton, Gregory H. Watkins and Russell Williams II)
Nomination for Best Cinematography for "Dick Tracy" (Vittorio Storaro) Lost to "Dances with Wolves" (Dean Semler)
Nomination for Best Costume Design for "Dick Tracy" (Milena Canonero) Lost to Cyrano de Bergerac (Franca Squarciapino)

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films

Best Make-Up for "Dick Tracy" (John Caglione Jr., Doug Drexler, Cheri Minns)
Nomination for Saturn Award for Best Actress for "Dick Tracy" (Madonna) Lost to Demi Moore for "Ghost"
Nomination for Best Fantasy Film for "Dick Tracy" Lost to "Ghost"
Nomination for Best Actor for "Dick Tracy" (Warren Beatty) Lost to "Arachnophobia" (Jeff Daniels)
Nomination for Best Supporting Actor for "Dick Tracy" (Al Pacino) Lost to "Back to the Future Part III" (Thomas F. Wilson)
Nomination for Best Performance by a Younger Actor for "Dick Tracy" (Charlie Korsmo) Lost to "Santa Sangre" (Adan Jodorowsky)
Nomination for Best Costumes for "Dick Tracy" (Milena Canonero) Lost to "Total Recall" (Erica Edell Phillips)

American Comedy Awards

Funniest Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture for "Dick Tracy" (Al Pacino)

American Society of Cinematographers

Nomination for Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in Theatrical Releases for "Dick Tracy" (Vittorio Storaro) Lost to "Dances with Wolves" (Dean Semler)

American Music Awards

Favorite Dance Single for "Vogue"
Nomination for Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Lost to Janet Jackson
Nomination for Favorite Pop/Rock Single for "Vogue" Lost to "Blaze of Glory" by Jon Bon Jovi
Nomination for Favorite Dance Artist Lost to Janet Jackson

AmfAR

Award of Courage

BAFTA Awards

Best Make Up Artist for "Dick Tracy" (John Caglione Jr., Doug Drexler)
Best Production Design for "Dick Tracy" (Richard Sylbert)
Nomination for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for "Dick Tracy" (Al Pacino) Lost to "Cinema Paradiso" (Salvatore Cascio)
Nomination for Best Costume Design for "Dick Tracy" (Milena Canonero) Lost to "Goodfellas" (Richard Bruno)
Nomination for Best Editing for "Dick Tracy" (Richard Marks) Lost to "Goodfellas" (Thelma Schoonmaker)
Nomination for Best Sound for "Dick Tracy" (Dennis Drummond, Thomas Causey, Chris Jenkins, David E. Campbell, Doug Hemphill) Lost to "The Fabulous Baker Boys" (J. Paul Huntsman, Stephan von Hase, Chris Jenkins, Gary Alexander, Doug Hemphill)
Nomination for Best Special Visual Effects for "Dick Tracy" Lost to "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids"

BMI Film & TV Awards

BMI Film Music Award for "Dick Tracy" (Danny Elfman)

Boston Society of Film Critics Awards

Best Cinematography for "Dick Tracy" (Vittorio Storaro)

Brit Awards

Nomination for Best International Female Lost to Sinead O'Connor

British Society of Cinematographers

Nomination for Best Cinematography Award for "Dick Tracy" (Vittorio Storaro) Lost to "Glory" (Freddie Francis)

CableACE Awards

Best Direction of Photography for a Music Special for "Blond Ambition World Tour: Live!" (Allen Branton, Peter Morse)

Casting Society of America

Nomination for Best Casting for Feature Film, Comedy for "Dick Tracy" (Jackie Burch) Lost to "Home Alone" (Jane Jenkins, Janet Hirshenson)

Chicago Film Critics Association Awards

Nomination for Best Supporting Actor for "Dick Tracy" (Al Pacino) Lost to "Goodfellas" (Joe Pesci)

The Face Magazine

Top Singles of 1991: #17 "Justify My Love" #1 "Unfinished Sympathy" by Massive Attack

GLAAD Excellence in Media Awards

GLAAD Excellence in Media Award

Golden Globes Awards

Nomination for Best Original Song for "Sooner or Later (I Always Get My Man)" by Madonna (from "Dick Tracy") Lost to "Blaze of Glory" by Jon Bon Jovi (from "Young Guns II")
Nomination for Best Original Song for "What Can You Lose?" by Madonna (from "Dick Tracy") Lost to "Blaze of Glory" by Jon Bon Jovi (from "Young Guns II")
Nomination for Best Film - Musical or Comedy for "Dick Tracy" Lost to "Green Card"
Nomination for Best Supporting Actor for "Dick Tracy" (Al Pacino) Lost to "Longtime Companion" (Bruce Davison)

Grammy Awards

Best Music Video, Long Form for "Blond Ambition World Tour Live"
Nomination for Best Instrumental Composition Written for a Motion Picture or for Television for "Dick Tracy" (Danny Elfman) Lost to "Glory" by james Horner
Nomination for Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television for "More" by Madonna from "Dick Tracy" (Stephen Sondheim) Lost to "Under the Sea" from "Little Mermaid" (Alan Menken)
Nomination for Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television for "Sooner or Later (I Always Get My Man)" by Madonna from "Dick Tracy" (Stephen Sondheim) Lost to "Under the Sea" from "Little Mermaid" (Alan Menken)

International Rock Awards

People's Choice Award

Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists

Nomination for Best Foreign Director for "Dick Tracy" (Warren Beatty) Lost to "La Femme Nikita" (Luc Besson)

Japan Gold Disc Awards

Artist of the Year
Grand Prix Album of the Year for "I'm Breathless"
Best Album of the Year – Pops Female for "I'm Breathless"

Juno Awards

International Single of the Year for "Vogue"
Nomination for International Entertainer of the Year Lost to The Rolling Stones

MTV Video Music Awards

Best Long-form Video for "The Immaculate Collection"
Nomination for Best Female Video for "Like A Virgin" (Truth Or Dare) Lost to "Love Will Never Do (Without You)" by Janet Jackson
Nomination for Best Choreography In A Video for "Like A Virgin" (Truth Or Dare) Lost to "Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)" by C+C Music Factory

National Society of Film Critics Awards

Nomination for Best Supporting Actor for "Dick Tracy" (Al Pacino) Lost to "Longtime Companion" (Bruce Davison)

Smash Hits Magazine Poll Winners Party Awards

Best Female Solo Singer


Most Fanciable Female

Young Artist Awards

Nomination for Most Entertaining Family Youth Motion Picture - Comedy/Horror for "Dick Tracy" Lost to "Ghost"
Nomination for Best Young Actor Starring in a Motion Picture for "Dick Tracy" (Charlie Korsmo) Lost to "Home Alone" (Macaulay Culkin)

1992

American Music Awards

Nomination for Favorite Dance Artist Lost to C&C Music Factory

Billboard Music Video Awards

Nomination for Best Pop/Rock Female Artist for "This Used to Be My Playground"

Bravo Otto Awards

Female Singer (Silver)

Brit Awards

Nomination for Best International Solo Artist Lost to Prince

David di Donatello Awards

Nomination for Best Foreign Film for "Shadows and Fog" Lost to "Raise the Red Lantern"

The Face Magazine

Top Singles of 1992: #41 "This Used To Be My Playground" #1 "When You Gonna Learn" by Jamiroquai

Golden Apple Awards

Sour Apple Award

Golden Raspberry Awards

Nomination for Worst Actress for "Truth or Dare" (Madonna) Lost to "A Kiss Before Dying" (Sean Young)

MTV Movie Awards

Nomination for Most Desirable Female for "Body Of Evidence" (Madonna) Lost to "Basic Instinct" (Sharon Stone)

MTV Video Music Awards

Nomination for Best Female Video for "Holiday" (Truth Or Dare) Lost to "Why" by Annie Lennox
Nomination for Best Dance Video for "Holiday" (Truth Or Dare) Lost to "Cream" by Prince and the New Power Generation
Nomination for Best Choreography In A Video for "Holiday" (Truth Or Dare) (Choreographer: Vincent Paterson) Lost to "My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It)" by En Vogue (Choreographers: Frank Gatson, Travis Payne and LaVelle Smith Jnr)
Nomination for Best Cinematography In A Video for "Holiday" (Truth Or Dare) (Director of Photography: Toby Phillips) Lost to "November Rain" by Guns N' Roses (Directors of Photography: Mike Southon and Daniel Pearl)

NME Readers' Poll

Hype of The Year: Madonna - Sex Book

Rockbjörnen

Best International Artist

Smash Hits Magazine Poll Winners Party Awards

Best Female Solo Singer
Most Fanciable Female

The Wire End Of Year Lists

Best Albums of 1992: #6 "Erotica" #1 "3 Years, 5 Months & 2 Days in the Life of..." - Arrested Development

1993

American Comedy Awards

Funniest Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture for "A League of Their Own" (Tom Hanks)

ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards

Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures for "This Used To Be My Playground" by Madonna (from "A League of Their Own")

Awards of the Japanese Academy

Nomination for Best Foreign Film for "A League of Their Own" Lost to "JFK"

BMI Film & TV Awards

BMI Film Music Award for "A League of Their Own" (Hans Zimmer)

Brit Awards

Nomination for Best International Solo Artist Lost to Prince

British Book Awards

Book Promotion of the Year for "Sex" by Madonna (Briar Silich and Mary Harpley)

Casting Society of America

Best Casting for Feature Film, Comedy for "A League of Thei Own" (Ellen Lewis, Amanda Mackey Johnson)

Fantasporto

Nmomination for Best Film for "Body of Evidence" Lost to "Dead Alive"

Golden Globes Awards

Nomination for Best Original Song for "This Used to Be My Playground" by Madonna (from "A League of Their Own") Lost to "A Whole New World" by Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle (from "Aladdin")
Nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy/Musical for "A League Of Their Own" (Geena Davis) Lost to "Enchanted April" (Miranda Richardson)

Grammy Awards

Nomination for Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television for "Now and Forever" by Carole King (from "A League of Their Own") Lost to "Tears in Heaven" by Eric Clapton (from "Rush")

Hochi Film Awards

Best Foreign Film for "A League of Their Own"

Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists

Best Cinematography for "Shadows and Fog" (Carlo Di Palma)

Japan Gold Disc Awards

Artist of the Year
Best Album of the Year – Pops for "Erotica"

MTV Movie Awards

Nomination for Best Female Performance for "A League of Their Own" (Geena Davis) Lost to "Basic Instinct" (Sharon Stone)
Nomination for Best Breakthrough Performance "A League of Their Own" (Rosie O'Donnell) Lost to "My Cousin Vinny" (Marisa Tomei)
Nomination for Best Kiss "A League of Their Own" (Pauline Brailsford, Tom Hanks) Lost to "Untamed Heart" (Marisa Tomei, Christian Slater)

MTV Video Music Awards

Best Art Direction In A Video for "Rain" (Art Director: Jan Peter Flack)
Best Cinematography In A Video for "Rain" (Director of Photography: Harris Savides)

Pollstar Concert Industry Awards

Nomination for Most Creative Stage Production for "The Girlie Show World Tour" Lost to Peter Gabriel

Venice Film Festival

Golden Ciak / Best Actor for "Dangerous Game" (Harvey Keitel)
Nomination for Golden Lion for "Dangerous Game" (Abel Ferrara) Lost to Short Cuts and Three Colors: Blue

1994

ASCAP Pop Awards

Most Performed Song for "This Used To Be My Playground"

Bravo Otto Awards

Female Singer (Bronze)

CableACE Awards

Best Direction of Photography for a Music Special for "Madonna: The Girlie Show - Live Down Under" (Chas Herington, Peter Morse, Tim Phelps, Toby Phillips)

Entertainment Weekly Magazine

Best Albums of 1994: #5 Bedtime Stories #1 "Mellow Gold" by Beck

Golden Raspberry Awards

Worst Actress for "Body of Evidence" (Madonna)
Nomination for Worst Picture for "Body of Evidence" Lost to "Indecent Proposal"
Nomination for Worst Actor for "Body of Evidence" (Willem Dafoe) Lost to "Cop and a Half" (Burt Reynolds)
Nomination for Worst Supporting Actress for "Body of Evidence" (Anne Archer) Lost to "The Temp" (Faye Dunaway)
Nomination for Worst Director for "Body of Evidence" (Uli Edel) Lost to "Boxing Helena" (Jennifer Lynch)
Nomination for Worst Screenplay for "Body of Evidence" (Brad Mirman) Lost to "Indecent Proposal" (Amy Holden Jones, based upon the novel by Jack Engelhard)

MTV Video Music Awards

Nomination for Best Video for A Film for "I'll Remember" by Madonna (from "With Honors") Lost to "Streets Of Philadelphia" by Bruce Springsteen (from "Philadelphia")

1995

Billboard Music Awards

Top Hot 100 Singles Artist – Female
Top Hot Dance Club Play Artist

Brit Awards

Nomination for Best International Female Lost to k. d. lang

Golden Globes Awards

Nomination for Best Original Song for "I'll Remember" by Madonna (from "With Honors") Lost to "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" by Elton John (from "The Lion King")

Grammy Awards

Nomination for Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or Television for "I'll Remember" by Madonna (from "With Honors")Lost to "Streets of Philadelphia" by Bruce Springsteen (from "Philadelphia")
Nomination for Best Music Video, Long Form for "The Girlie Show – Live Down Under" Lost to "Zoo TV: Live from Sydney" by U2

MTV Europe Music Awards

Nomination for Best Female Lost to Björk

MTV Movie Awards

Nomination for Best Song from A Movie for "I'll Remember" by Madonna (from "With Honors") Lost to "Big Empty" by Stone Temple Pilots (from "The Crow")

MTV Video Music Awards

Best Female Video for "Take A Bow"


Nomination for Best Dance Video for "Human Nature" Lost To "Scream" by Michael and Janet Jackson
Nomination for Best Art Direction In A Video for "Take A Bow" (Art Director: Happy Massee) Lost To "Scream" by Michael and Janet Jackson (Art Director: Tom Foden)
Nomination for Best Choreography In A Video for "Human Nature" (Choreographer: Jamie King) Lost To "Scream" by Michael and Janet Jackson (Choreographers: LaVelle Smith Jnr, Tina Landon, Travis Payne and Sean Cheesman)

NME Readers' Poll

Best Solo Artist: #10 Madonna #1 Paul Weller

Spin End of Year List

Best Singles of 1995: #9 "Human Nature" #1 "Feeling So Right" by Moby

Stockholm Film Festival

Nomination for Bronze Horse for "Blue in the Face" Lost to "Institute Benjamenta, or This Dream That One Calls Human Life"

VH-1 Fashion Awards

Most Fashionable Artist


Viewers' Choice Most Fashionable Artist

Best Stylist For A Music Video for "Take A Bow" (Lori Goldstein)

1996

American Comedy Awards

Nomination for Funniest Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture for "Blue in the Face" (Lily Tomlin) Lost to "Get Shorty" (Bette Midler)

ASCAP Pop Awards

Most Performed Song for "You'll See"

Billboard Music Awards

Artist Achievement Award

Echo Awards

Best International Female Artist

Golden Raspberry Awards

Worst Supporting Actress for "Four Rooms" (Madonna)

Grammy Awards

Nomination for Best Pop Album for "Bedtime Stories" Lost to "Turbulent Indigo" by Joni Mitchell

Guinness World Records

Most Costume Changes in a Film for "Evita" (85 times)

Juno Awards

Nomination for Best Producer for David Foster (with Co-Producer Madonna) for "You'll See" Lost to Michael Phillip Wojewoda for "End of the World" by The Waltons

MTV Europe Music Awards

Nomination for MTV Amour Award for "I Want You" with Massive Attack Lost to "Killing Me Softly" by The Fugees

MTV Video Music Awards

Nomination for Best Cinematography In A Video for "You'll See" Lost to "Tonight, Tonight" by Smashing Pumpking

National Board of Review

Top Ten Films: "Evita"

1997

Academy Awards

Best Original Song for "You Must Love Me" by Madonna (from "Evita") (Music: Andrew Lloyd Webber; Lyrics: Tim Rice)
Nomination for Best Sound Mixing for "Evita" (Andy Nelson, Anna Behlmer and Ken Weston) Lost to "The English Patient" (Walter Murch, Mark Berger, David Parker and Chris Newman)
Nomination for Best Art Direction for "Evita" (Art Direction: Brian Morris; Set Decoration: Philippe Turlure) Lost to "The English Patient" (Art Direction: Stuart Craig; Set Decoration: Stephenie McMillan) Nomination for Best Cinematography for "Evita" (Darius Khondji) Lost to "The English Patient" (John Seale)
Nomination for Best Film Editing for "Evita" (Gerry Hambling) Lost to "The English Patient" (Walter Murch)

American Moviegoer's Awards

Best Actress for "Evita" (Madonna)
Best Direction for "Evita" (Alan Parker)

Brit Awards

Nomination For Best Soundtrack for "Evita" Lost to "Trainspotting"

Golden Globes Awards

Best Actress - Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy for "Evita" (Madonna)


Best Film – Musical or Comedy for "Evita"
Best Original Song for "You Must Love Me" by Madonna (from "Evita")

Nomination for Best Actor in Musical or Comedy for "Evita" (Antonio Banderas) Lost to "Jerry Maguire" (Tom Cruise)
Nomination for Best Director for "Evita" (Alan Parker) Lost to "The People vs. Larry Flynt" (Miloš Forman)

Independent Spirit Awards

Nomination for Best First Screenplay for "Girl 6" (Suzan-Lori Parks) Lost to "Big Night" (Joseph Tropiano, Stanley Tucci)

MTV Europe Music Awards

Nomination for Best Female Lost to Janet Jackson

MTV Movie Awards

Nomination for Best Song from A Movie for "Don't Cry for Me Argentina" by Madonna (from "Evita") Lost to "Machinehead" by Bush (from "Fear")
Nomination for Female Performance for "Evita" (Madonna) Lost to Claire Danes for "Romeo + Juliet"

Online Film & Television Association Awards

Best Original Song for "You Must Love Me" by Madonna (from "Evita")
Best Adapted Song for "Don't Cry For Me Argentina" by Madonna (from "Evita")

Best Director for "Evita" (Alan Parker)
Best Score for "Evita" (Andrew Lloyd Webber, Tim Rice)
Best Sound for "Evita"
Best Film Editing for "Evita" (Gerry Hambling)
Best Production Design for "Evita" (Brian Morris, Philippe Turlure)
Nomination for Best Actress for "Evita" (Madonna) Lost to "Secrets & Lies" (Brenda Blethyn)
Nomination for Best Drama Actress for "Evita" (Madonna) Lost to "Secrets & Lies" (Brenda Blethyn)
Nomination for Best Comedy/Musical Actress for "Evita" (Madonna) Lost to "Fargo" (Frances McDormand)
Nomination for Best Picture for "Evita" Lost to "The English Patient"
Nomination for Best Drama Picture for "Evita" Lost to "The English Patient"
Nomination for Best Comedy/Musical Picture for "Evita" Lost to "Fargo"
Nomination for Best Adapted Screenplay for "Evita" (Oliver Stone, Alan Parker) Lost to "The English Patient" (Anthony Minghella)
Nomination for Best Cinematography for "Evita" (Darius Khondji) Lost to "The English Patient" (John Seale)
Nomination for Best Costume Design for "Evita" (Penny Rose) Lost to "Hamlet" (Alexandra Byrne)

The Satellite Awards

Outstanding Original Song for "You Must Love Me" by Madonna (from "Evita")
Best Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical for "Evita"
Best Motion Picture Costume Design for Evita (Penny Rose)
Nomination for Outstanding Cinematography for "Evita" (Darius Khondji) Lost to "The English Patient" (John Seale)
Nomination for Outstanding Art Direction for "Evita" (Brian Morris) Lost to "Romeo + Juliet" (Catherine Martin)

1998

Billboard Music Awards

Top Hot Dance Club Play Artist
Top Hot Dance Club Play Single for "Ray Of Light"

Blockbuster Entertainment Awards

Nomination for Favorite Actress in Drama for "Evita" (Madonna) Lost to "Titanic" (Kate Winslet)

Entertainment Weekly Magazine

Best Albums of 1998: #5 Ray Of Light #1 "The Miseducation of..." by Lauryn Hill

The Face Magazine

Top Singles of 1998: #10 "Ray Of Light" #1 "Music Sounds Better With You" by Stardust

Fryderyk

Best Foreign Album for "Ray Of Light"

Hey Music Awards

Best "M" of the World Award

Mixmag

Best Remixes Of 1998: #8 "Ray Of Light (Sasha Mix)" #1 "It’s Like That (Jason Nevins)" by Run DMC

Mojo Magazine

Albums Of The Year 1998: #37 "Ray Of Light" #1 "Mutations" by Beck

MTV Europe Music Awards

Best Female


Best Album for "Ray Of Light"

Nomination for Best Dance Lost to The Prodigy

MTV Video Music Awards

Best Video Of The Year for "Ray Of Light"


Best Female Video "Ray Of Light"

Best Direction In A Video "Ray Of Light" (Director: Jonas Åkerlund)

Best Editing In A Video "Ray Of Light" (Editor: Jonas Åkerlund)
Best Choreography In A Video "Ray Of Light" (Choreographers: Madonna and Jonas Åkerlund)
Best Special Effects In A Video "Frozen" (Special Effects: Steve Murgatroyd, Dan Williams, Steve Hiam, and Anthony Walsham)

Nomination for Best Dance Video for "Ray Of Light" Lost to "Smack My Bitch Up" by The Prodigy
Nomination for Breakthrough Video for "Ray Of Light" Lost to "Smack My Bitch Up" by The Prodigy
Nomination for Best Cinematography In A Video for "Ray Of Light" (Director of Photography: Henrik Halvarsson) Lost to "Criminal" by Fiona Apple (Director of Photography: Harris Savides)

Much Music Video Awards

Best International Video for "Ray Of Light"

Rockbjörnen

Best International Artist
Best International Album for "Ray Of Light"

Rolling Stone Magazine Critics' Picks

Best Singles of 1998: #3 "Ray Of Light" #1 "Doo Wop (That Thing)" by Lauryn Hill

Rolling Stone Magazine Readers' Picks

Best Singles of 1998: #2 "Ray Of Light" #1 "Intergalactic" by Beastie Boys

Q Magazine

Recordings Of The Year: "Ray Of Light"

VH-1 Fashion Awards

The Versace Award


Most Fashionable Artist

Most Stylish Music Artist

VH-1 Viewer's Choice Awards

Video of the Year "Ray Of Light"

Viva Comet Awards

Best International Artist

1999

ASCAP Pop Awards

Most Performed Song for "Frozen"
Most Performed Song for"Ray Of Light"

ASCAP Rhythm and Soul Awards

Top Dance Song for "Ray Of Light"

Billboard Music Video Awards

Nomination for Best Pop Clip of the Year for "Beautiful Stranger"

Brit Awards

Nomination for Best International Female Lost to Natalie Imbruglia

Danish Music Awards

Best International Female Vocalist
Best International Album for "Ray Of Light"

Edison Awards

Best International Female Artist

The Face Magazine

Top Singles of 1999: #3 "Beautiful Stranger" #1 "Windowlicker" by Aphex Twin

Golden Giraffe Awards

Best International Pop Album for "Ray Of Light"

Grammy Awards

Best Pop Album for "Ray Of Light"


Best Dance Recording for "Ray Of Light"
Best Music Video, Short Form for "Ray Of Light"
Best Recording Package for "Ray Of Light" (Kevin Reagan)

Nomination for Album of the Year for "Ray Of Light" Lost to "The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill" by Lauryn Hill
Nomination for Record of the Year for "Ray Of Light" Lost to "My Heart Will Go On" by Celine Dion

International Dance Music Awards

Best Dance Solo Artist Best Dance Video for "Ray Of Light"

Juno Awards

Nomination for Best Selling Album (Foreign or Domestic) for "Ray Of Light" Lost to "Let's Talk About Love" by Céline Dion

MTV Europe Music Awards

Nomination for The Best Female Artist Lost to Britney Spears
Nomination for The Best Song for "Beautiful Stranger" Lost to "...Baby One More Time" by Britney Spears

MTV Video Music Awards

Best video From A Film for "Beautiful Stranger" (from Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me)


Nomination for Best Female Video for "Beautiful Stranger" Lost to "Doo Wop (That Thing)" by Lauryn Hill
Nomination for Best Cinematography In A Video for "Beautiful Stranger" (Director of Photography: Thomas Kloss) Lost to "The Dope Show" by Marilyn Manson (Director of Photography: Martin Coppen)
Nomination for Best Special Effects In A Video for "Nothing Really Matters" (Special Effects: Johan Renck, Bjorn Benckert and Tor-Bjorn Olsson) Lost to "Special" by Garbage (Special Effects: Sean Broughton, Stuart D. Gordon and Paul Simpson of Digital Domain)

Much Music Video Awards

Nomination for People's Choice: Favourite International Artist Lost to Britney Spears

Music Week CAD Awards

Nomination for Best Special Effects in a Video for "Frozen"
Nomination for Best Editing in a Video for "Frozen" (Gary Knight)
Nomination for Best Dance Video for "Frozen"

MVPA Awards

Best Special Effects for "Frozen"
Pop Video of the Year for "Ray Of Light"

Nomination for Best Hair in a Music Video for "Frozen" (Peter Savic)
Nomination for Best Make-Up in a Music Video for "Frozen" (Joanne Gair)
Nomination for Best Cinematography for "Frozen" (Darius Khondji)
Nomination for Best Direction of a Music Video for "Frozen" (Chris Cunningham)

NME End Of Year Critic Lists

Singles of 1999: #10 "Beautiful Stranger" #1 "Windowlicker" by Aphex Twin

NRJ Radio Awards

Best International Female Artist

Porin

Best International Video "Ray Of Light"
Best International Album "Ray Of Light"

Recording Industry Association of America

Top Selling Female Rock Artist of the 20th Century

Rolling Stone Magazine Critics' Picks

Best Singles of 1999: #3 "Beautiful Stranger" #1 "No Scrubs" by TLC

VH-1 Fashion Awards

Nomination for Most Fashionable Female Artist Lost to Jennifer Lopez
Nomination for Most Stylish Video for "Beautiful Stranger" Lost to "New" by No Doubt

The Village Voice Magazine

Best Singles of 1999: #4 "Beautiful Stranger" #1 "No Scrubs" by TLC

2000

ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards

Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures for "Beautiful Stranger" by Madonna (from Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me)

ASCAP Pop Awards

Most Performed Song for "Beautiful Stranger"

ASCAP Rhythm and Soul Awards

Award-Winning Dance Song for "Nothing Really Matters"

Billboard Music Awards

Top Hot Dance Club Play Artist
Top Hot Dance Club Play Artist – Female
Top Hot Dance Maxi Single Sales Artist – Female
Top Hot Dance Club Play Single for "Music"
Top Hot Dance Maxi Single Sales for "Music"

Billboard Music Video Awards

Best Video of the Year for "Music"
Nomination for Best Pop Clip of the Year for "Music"

The Face Magazine

Top Singles of 2000: #9 "Music" #1 "Try Again" by Aaliyah

Fryderyk

Nomination for Best Foreign Album for "Music" Lost to "All That You Can't Leave Behind" by U2

Golden Globes Awards

Nomination for Best Original Song for "Beautiful Stranger" by Madonna (from "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me") Lost to "You'll Be in My Heart" by Phil Collins (from "Tarzan")

Golden Raspberry Awards

Worst Worst Actress of the Century for "Body of Evidence", "Shanghai Surprise", "Who's That Girl", etc.

Grammy Awards

Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media for "Beautiful Stranger" by Madonna (from "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me")
Nomination for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for "Beautiful Stranger" Lost to "I Will Remember You (Live)" by Sarah McLachlan

Ivor Novello Awards

Most Performed Work for "Beautiful Stranger"
Nomination for Best Contemporary Song for "Beautiful Stranger" Lost to "Why Does It Always Rain On Me" by Travis
Nomination for International Hit of the Year for "Ray Of Light" Lost to "Genie In A Bottle" by Christina Aguilera

Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards

Best Original Song for "Beautiful Stranger" by Madonna (from "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me")

Mojo Magazine

Albums Of The Year 2000: #15 "Music" #1 "American III: Solitary Man" by Johnny Cash

MTV Europe Music Awards

Best Female


Best Dance

Nomination for Best Song for "Music" Lost to "Rock DJ" by Robbie Williams

MTV Video Music Awards

Nomination for Best Cinematography in a Video for "American Pie" (Director of Photography: John Mathieson) Lost to "Do Something" by Macy Gray (Director of Photography: Jeff Cronenweth)

MVPA Awards

Best Cinematography for "Beautiful Stranger"
Best Make-Up for "Beautiful Stranger"

Nomination for Soundtrack Video of the Year for "Beautiful Stranger" by Madonna (from "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me") Lost to "The Great Beyond" by R.E.M. (from "Man on the Moon")

My VH-1 Music Awards

Nomination for Woman of The Year Lost to Faith Hill
Nomination for Video Of The Year for "Music" Lost to "It's My Life" by Bon Jovi
Nomination for Pushing The Envelope Video for "Music" Lost to "Californication" by Red Hot Chili Peppers
Nomination for Coolest Fan Website for Madonna.com Lost to Dave Matthews Band, www.nancies.org

Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards

Nomination for Favorite Song From a Movie for "Beautiful Stranger" by Madonna (from "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me") Lost to "Wild Wild West" by Will Smith (from "Wild Wild West")

Online Film & Television Association Awards

Best Music, Original Song for "Beautiful Stranger" by Madonna (from "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me")

Premios Amigo

Best International Female Solo Artist
Nomination for Best International Album for "Music" Lost to "Supernatural" by Santana

Q Magazine

Recordings Of The Year: "Music"

Rolling Stone Magazine Critics' Picks

Best Albums of 2000: #3 "Music" #1 "The Marshall Mathers LP" by Eminem
Best Singles of 2000: #1 Music

Rolling Stone Magazine Readers' Picks

Best Albums of 2000: #3 "Music" #1 "Black And Blue" by Backstreet Boys
Best Singles of 2000: #1 Music

Spin Magazine

Best Albums of 2000: #18 "Music" #1 Your Hard Drive

Best Singles of 2000: #8 "Music" #1 "The Real Slim Shady" by Eminem

VH-1 Fashion Awards

Nomination for Visionary Video for "Music" Lost to "Stand Inside Your Love" by Smashing Pumpkins

2001

ASCAP Rhythm and Soul Awards

Top Dance Song for "Music"

Billboard Music Awards

Top Hot Dance Club Play Artist

Billboard Music Video Awards

Nomination for Best Pop Clip of the Year for "Don't Tell Me"
Nomination for Best Dance Clip of the Year for "What It Feels Like for a Girl"

BMI Pop Awards

Most Performed Songs for "American Pie"

Brit Awards

Best International Female

Capital FM Awards

Favorite International Solo Artist

Danish Music Awards

Best International Hit for "Music"
Best International Album for "Music"

Echo Awards

Nomination for Best International Female Artist Lost to Britney Spears

Edison Awards

Best International Female Artist

Golden Giraffe Awards

Best International Pop Album for "Music"

Golden Raspberry Awards

Worst Actress for "The Next Best Thing" (Madonna)
Nomination for Worst Picture for "The Next Best Thing" Lost to "Battlefield Earth"
Nomination for Worst Screen Couple for "The Next Best Thing" (Madonna and Rupert Everett) Lost to "Battlefield Earth" (John Travolta and anyone sharing the screen with him)
Nomination for Worst Director for "The Next Best Thing" (John Schlesinger) Lost to "Battlefield Earth" (Roger Christian)
Nomination for Worst Screenplay for "The Next Best Thing" (Tom Ropelewski) Lost to "Battlefield Earth" (Roger Christian)

Grammy Awards

Best Recording Package for "Music" (Kevin Reagan)
Nomination for Best Pop Vocal Album for "Music" Lost to "Two Against Nature" by Steely Dan
Nomination for Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female for "Music" Lost to "I Try" by Macy Gray
Nomination for Record of the Year for "Music" Lost to "Beautiful Day" by U2

Hong Kong Top Sales Music Awards

Top Ten Best Selling Foreign Albums of the Year for "Music"

International Dance Music Awards

Best Dance Solo Artist
Best Dance Video for "Music"
Best Pop 12" Dance Record for "Music"

MTV Europe Music Awards

Nomination for Best Album for "Music" Lost to "Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water" by Limp Bizkit
Nomination for Best Female Lost to Jennifer Lopez

MTV Video Music Awards

Nomination for Best Female Video for "Don't Tell Me" Lost to "Let Me Blow Ya Mind" by Eve (featuring Gwen Stefani)
Nomination for Best Choreography in a Video for "Don't Tell Me" (Choreographer: Jamie King) Lost to "Weapon of Choice" by Fatboy Slim (Choreographers: Michael Rooney, Spike Jonze and Christopher Walken)

MVPA Awards

Best Direction of a Female Artist for "Don't Tell Me"
Video of the Year for "Don't Tell Me"
MVPA Hall of Fame Award for "Like A Prayer"

Nomination for Best Direction of a Female Artist for "Music" Lost to "Don't Tell Me"
Nomination for Pop Video of the Year for "Don't Tell Me" Lost to "Southside" Moby featurinf Gwen Stefani
Nomination for Pop Video of the Year for "Music" Lost to "Southside" Moby featurinf Gwen Stefani

My VH1 Music Awards

Nomination for My Favorite Female Lost to Gwen Stefani
Nomination for Hottest Live Show for "Drowned World Tour" Lost to Bon Jovi

NME NetSounds Awards

Best Music Web Event for Brixton Academy concert webcast

NRJ Music Awards

Best International Album for "Music"
Best International Female

Nomination for International Song of the Year for "Music" Lost to "I'm Outta Love" by Anastacia

NRJ Radio Awards

Best International Female Artist

Online Film & Television Association Awards

Nomination for Best Music, Adapted Song for "American Pie" by Madonna (from "The Next Best Thing")
Lost to "Tiny Dancer" by Elton John from "Almost Famous"

Pollstar Concert Industry Awards

Nomination for Major Tour Of The Year for "Drowned World Tour" Lost to U2
Nomination for Most Creative Stage Production for "Drowned World Tour" Lost to U2

Spin Magazine

Best Singles of 2001: #2 "Don't Tell Me" #1 "Get Ur Freak On" by Missy Elliott

TEC Awards

Outstanding Creative Achievement – Record Production/Single for "Music"
Nomination for Outstanding Creative Achievement – Record Production/Album for "Music" Lost to "Riding With the King" by B.B. King & Eric Clapton

2002

AOL TV Viewer Awards

Best TV Concert for "Drowned World Tour" on HBO

ASCAP Pop Awards

Most Performed Songs for "Don't Tell Me"

ASCAP Rhythm and Soul Awards

Award-Winning Dance Songs for "Don't Tell Me"

Billboard Music Awards

Top Hot Dance Maxi Single Sales Artist
Top Hot Dance Maxi Single Sales for "Die Another Day"

Grammy Awards

Nomination for Best Short Form Music Video for "Don't Tell Me" Lost to "Weapon of Choice" by Fatboy Slim

International Dance Music Awards

Best Dance Solo Artist

MTV Asia Awards

Nomination for Favourite Female Artist Lost to Britney Spears

MVPA Awards

Soundtrack Video of the Year for "Die Another Day"

Online Film & Television Association Awards

Nomination for Best Host or Performer of a Variety, Musical, or Comedy Special for "Drowned World Tour" Lost to "The 74th Annual Academy Awards"

TEC Awards

Nomination for Outstanding Creative Achievement – Tour Production for "Drowned World Tour" Lost to U2
Nomination for Outstanding Creative Achievement – Remote Production/Recording or Broadcast for "Drowned World Tour" Lost to The Concert for New York City, VH-1

UK DVD Awards

Best Music DVD for "Drowned World Tour 2001"

2003

American Music Awards

Michael Jackson International Artist of the Year Award

Billboard Music Awards

Top Hot Dance Maxi Single Sales Artist
Top Hot Dance Maxi Single Sales for "Die Another Day"

BMI Pop Awards

Most Performed Song for "Music" and "Don't Tell Me"

Golden Globes Awards

Nomination for Best Original Song for "Die Another Day" by Madonna (from "Die Another Day") Lost to "The Hands That Built America" by U2 (from "Gangs of New York")

Golden Raspberry Awards

Worst Actress for "Swept Away" (Madonna)
Worst Supporting Actress for "Die Another Day" (Madonna)
Worst Picture for "Swept Away"
Worst Screen Couple for "Swept Away" (Madonna and Adriano Giannini)
Worst Remake or Sequel for "Swept Away"
Worst Director for "Swept Away" (Guy Ritchie)

Nomination for Worst Original Song for "Die Another Day" by Madonna (from "Die Another Day") Lost to "I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman" by Britney Spears (from "Crossroads")
Nomination for Worst Actor for "Swept Away" (Adriano Giannini) Lost to "Pinocchio" (Roberto Benigni)
Nomination for Worst Screenplay for "Swept Away" (Guy Ritchie) Lost to "Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones" (George Lucas and Jonathan Hales)

Los Premios MTV Latinoamérica

Nomination for Best Pop Artist — International Lost to Avril Lavigne

MTV Europe Music Awards

Nomination for Best Female Lost to Christina Aguilera
Nomination for Web Award for Madonna.com Lost to Goldfrapp for Goldfrapp.co.uk

MTV Video Music Awards

Nomination for Best Video From A Film "Die Another Day" by Madonna (from "Die Another Day") Lost to "Loose Yourself" by Eminem (from "8 Mile")

MTV Video Music Awards Japan

Nomination for Best Video from a Film for "Die Another Day" by Madonna (from "Die Another Day") Lost to "Loose Yourself" by Eminem (from "8 Mile")

Online Film & Television Association Awards

Nomination for Best Music, Original Song for "Die Another Day" by Madonna (from "Die Another Day") Lost to "Lose Yourself" by Eminem (from "8 Mile")

Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards

Nomination for Best Original Song for "Die Another Day" by Madonna (from "Die Another Day") Lost to "Gollum's Song" by Fran Walsh and Howard Shore (from "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers")

Premios Oye!

Nomination for Best English Female Artist Lost to Avril Lavigne

The Satellite Awards

Nomination for Best Original Song for "Die Another Day" by Madonna (from "Die Another Day") Lost to "Something To Talk About" by Badly Drawn Boy (from "About A Boy")

Shangay Awards

Best International Artist

Theatregoers' Choice Award

Theatre Event of the Year for "Up For Grabs"

2004

Billboard Music Awards

Top Hot Dance Club Play Artist
Top Hot Dance Singles Sales Artist
Top Hot Dance Single Sales for "Me Against the Music" with Britney Spears

Billboard Touring Awards

Top Tour for "Re-Invention World Tour"
Top Manager for "Re-Invention World Tour" (Caresse Henry)

Dancestar Awards

Best Chart Act

Echo Awards

Nomination for Best International Female Artist Lost to Shania Twain

Grammy Awards

Nomination for Best Dance Recording for "Die Another Day" Lost to "Come Into My World" by Kylie Minogue
Nomination for Best Short Form Music Video for "Die Another Day" Lost to "Hurt" by Johnny Cash

MTV Russia Music Awards

Nomination For Best International Act Lost to The Rasmus

MTV Video Music Awards Japan

Nomination for Best Female Video for "Me Against The Music" with Britney Spears Lost to "Because of You" by Ayumi Hamasaki
Nomination for Best Collaboration for "Me Against The Music" with Britney Spears Lost to "Crazy in Love" by Beyonce and Jay-Z

MVPA Awards

Nomination for Best Choreography for "Me Against The Music" with Britney Spears Lost to "Crazy in Love" by Beyonce featuring Jay-Z

NRJ Music Awards

NRJ Award of Honor


Nomination for International Female Artist of the Year Lost to Dido
Nomination for International Album of the Year for "American Life" Lost to "Life for Rent" by Dido
Nomination for Music Website of the Year Lost to KYO

Pollstar Concert Industry Awards

Nomination for Major Tour Of The Year for "Re-Invention World Tour" Lost to Prince
Nomination for Most Creative Stage Production for "Re-Invention World Tour" Lost to Prince
Nomination for Road Warrior Of The Year for "Re-Invention World Tour" (Jerry Gendron) Lost to John "Bugzee" Hougdahl (Prince, Bon Jovi)

Q Awards

Nomination for Best Live Act Lost to Muse

Teen Choice Awards

Nomination for Choice Music: Hook-Up for "Me Against The Music" with Britney Spears Lost to "Yeah!" by Usher featuring Lil Jon and Ludacris

UK Music Hall of Fame

Inducted into the Hall of Fame

Wembley Arena

Female Artist of the Year for "Re-Invention World Tour"

2005

Golden Raspberry Awards

Nomination for Worst 'Drama' of Our First 25 Years for "Swept Away" Lost to "Battlefield Earth"

Guinness World Records

Song Topping The Charts in the Most Countries for "Hung Up" (41)
Album Topping The Charts in Most Counties for "Confessions on a Dance Floor" (40)

Meteor Music Awards

Nomination for Best Live Performance Visiting Act for "Re-Invention Tour" Lost to The Killers

Q Magazine

Recordings Of The Year: #26 "Confessions on a Dance Floor" #1 "X & Y" by Coldplay

Rockbjörnen

Best International Album for "Confessions On a Dance Floor"

Rolling Stone Magazine Critics' Picks

Best Albums of 2005: #22 "Confessions On A Dance Floor" #1 "Late Registration" by Kanye West

2006

Amadeus Austrian Music Awards

Best international Hit Single for "Hung Up"

Arion Music Awards

Best Selling Foreign Album for "Confessions On A Dance Floor"
Best Selling Foreign Single "Hung Up"

ASCAP PRS Awards

Most Performed Song for "Hung Up"

Billboard Music Awards

Top Electronic Artist
Top Hot Dance Airplay Artist
Top Hot Dance Club Play Artist
Top Hot Dance Singles Sales Artist
Top Electronic Album for "Confessions od a Dance Floor"

Billboard Touring Awards

Top Boxscore for "Confessions Tour" (for Wembley Arena in London)
Top Manager for "Confessions Tour" (Angela Becker and Guy Oseary)

Nomination for Top Draw for "Confessions Tour" Lost to "A Bigger Bang Tour" by The Rolling Stones
Nomination for Top Tour for "Confessions Tour" Lost to "A Bigger Bang Tour" by The Rolling Stones

Brit Awards

International Female Solo Artist


Nomination for Pop Act Lost to James Blunt
Nomination for Internation Album for "Confessions on a Dance Floor" Lost to "American Idiot" by Green Day

Danish Music Awards

Nomination for Foreign Hit of the Year for "Hung Up" Lost to "Feel Good Inc." by Gorillaz

Echo Awards

Best International Female Artist
Hit Of The Year for "Hung Up"

Guinness World Records

Highest Grossing Music Tour per Concert by a Female Artist for "Confessions Tour"

Hong Kong Top Sales Music Awards

Top Ten Best Selling Foreign Albums of the Year for "Confessions on a Dance Floor"

International Dance Music Awards

Best Dance Solo Artist
Best Dance Video for "Hung Up"
Best Pop Dance Track for "Hung Up"

Los Premios MTV Latinoamérica

Nomination for Song of the Year for "Hung Up" Lost to "Hips Don't Lie" by Shakira featuring Wyclef Jean
Nomination for Best Pop Artist — International Lost to Robbie Williams

MTV Asia Awards

Nomination for Favourite Female Artist Lost to Kelly Clarkson

MTV Australia Awards

Nomination for Video of the Year for "Hung Up" Lost to "4ever" by The Veronicas
Nomination for Song of the Year for "Hung Up" Lost to "You're Beautiful" by James Blunt
Nomination for Album of the Year for "Confessions on the Dance Floor" Lost to "Tea & Sympathy" by Bernard Fanning
Nomination for Best Female Artist for "Hung Up" Lost to "Boyfriend" by Ashlee Simpson
Nomination for Best Dance Video for "Hung Up" Lost to "Voodoo Child" by Rogue Traders

MTV Europe Music Awards

Nomination for Best Female Lost to Christina Aguilera
Nomination for Best Pop Lost to Justin Timberlake
Nomination for Best Album for "Confessions on A Dance Floor" Lost to "Stadium Arcadium" by Red Hot Chili Peppers

MTV Pilipinas Video Music Awards

Nomination for Favorite International Video Lost to "Wake Me Up When September Ends" by Green Day

MTV Russia Music Awards

Nomination for Best Ringtone for "Hung Up" Lost to "Uletayu" by A'Studio
Nomination for Best Foreign Artist Lost to Black Eyed Peas)

MTV Video Music Awards

Nomination for Video Of The Year for "Hung Up" Lost to "I Write Sins Not Tragedies" by Panic! at the Disco
Nomination for Best Female Video for "Hung Up" Lost to "Because of You" by Kelly Clarkson
Nomination for Best Dance Video for "Hung Up" Lost to "Buttons" by Pussycat Dolls featuring Snoop Dogg
Nomination for Best Pop Video for "Hung Up" Lost to "Stupid Girls" by Pink
Nomination for Best Choreography in A Video for "Hung Up" (Choreographer: Stefanie Roos) Lost to "Hips Don't Lie" by Shakira featuring Wyclef Jean (Choreographer: Shakira)

MTV Video Music Awards Japan

Nomination for Video of the Year for "Hung Up" Lost to "Butterfly" by Kumi Koda
Nomination for Best Female Video for "Hung Up" Lost to "Butterfly" by Kumi Koda
Nomination for Best Dance Video for "Hung Up" Lost to "Feel Good Inc." by Gorillaz

Much Music Video Awards

Nomination for Best International Video - Artist for "Hung Up" Lost to "SOS" by Rihanna

MVPA Awards

Best Make-Up for "Hung Up"
Nomination for Best Choreography for "Hung Up" Lost to "Lose Control" by Missy Elliott
Nomination for Best Direction of a Female Artist for "Hung Up" Lost to "O Sailor" by Fiona Apple
Nomination for Best Pop Video for "Hung Up" Lost to "Move Along" by All-American Rejects
Nomination for Best Styling for "Hung Up" Lost to "Ghost of You" by My Chemical Romance

NRJ Music Awards

Best International Female Artist of the Year

NRJ Radio Awards

Nominated for Best International Female Artist Lost to Gwen Stefani
Nominated for Best Pop Lost to t.A.T.u.

Pollstar Concert Industry Awards

Most Creative Stage Production for "The Confessions Tour"
Nomination for Major Tour Of The Year for "The Confessions Tour" Lost to Tim McGraw / Faith Hill

Premios 40 Principales

Nominated for Best International Artist Lost to Shakira
Nominated for Best International Song for "Hung Up" Lost to "Hips Don't Lie" by Shakira featuring Wyclef Jean

Premios Oye!

Nomination for English Song of the Year for "Hung Up" Lost to "Hips Don't Lie" by Shakira

Q Magazine

Reader's 100 tracks of The Year: #26 "Sorry", #96 "Jump" #1 "America" by Razorlight

Shangay Awards

Best International Artist
Best International Album for "Confessions On A Dance Floor"

Shockwaves NME Awards

Sexiest Woman

The Sun Magazine Bizarre Readers Awards

Best Female
Best Live Act

TRL Awards

Lifetime Achievement Award

Space Shower Music Video Awards

Best International Video for "Hung Up"

Virgin.net Awards

Best Solo Artist
Best Single for "Hung Up"

Nominated for Best Album for "Confessions on A Dance Floor" Lost to "Young For Eternity" by The Subways

Wembley Arena

Female Artist of the Year for "The Confessions Tour"

World Music Awards

World's Best Pop Artist

2007

Arion Music Awards

Best Selling Foreign Album for "Confessions On A Dance Floor"
Best Selling Foreign Single "Hung Up"

Grammy Awards

Best Electronic/Dance Album for "Confessions on a Dance Floor"
Nomination for Best Dance Recording for "Get Together" Lost to "SexyBack" by Justin Timberlake and Timbaland
Nomination for Best Long Form Music Video for "I'm Going to Tell You a Secret" Lost to "Wings for Wheels: The Making of Born to Run" by Bruce Springsteen

Guinness World Records

Highest paid female singer on the planet

Hong Kong Top Sales Music Awards

Top Ten Best Selling Foreign Albums of the Year for "The Confessions Tour"

International Dance Music Awards

Best Dance Solo Artist
Best Dance Video for "Jump"

Ivor Novello Awards

International Hit of the Year for "Sorry"
Nomination for Most Performed Work for "Sorry" Lost to "I Don’t Feel Like Dancin’" by Scissor Sisters

Juno Awards

Nomination for International Album of the Year for "Confessions on a Dance Floor" Lost to "Taking the Long Way" by Dixie Chicks

NRJ Music Awards

Nomination for Best International Album "Confessions on A Dance Floor" Lost to "Nack to Basics" by Christina Aguilera
Nomination for Best International Female Lost to Christina Aguilera

Virgin.net Awards

Best Solo Artist

2008

Billboard Music Awards

Top Hot Dance Singles Sales Artist

Grammy Awards

Best Long Form Music Video for "The Confessions Tour"

Los Premios MTV Latinoamérica

Nomination for Best Pop Artist — International Lost to Jonas Brothers
Nomination for Best Ringtone for "4 Minutes" Lost to "Monsoon" by Tokio Hotel

MTV Europe Music Awards

Nomination for Video Star Award for "4 Minutes" featuring Justin Timberlake and Timbaland Lost to "A Beautiful Lie" by Thirty Seconds to Mars

MTV Video Music Awards

Nomination for Best Dancing in a Video for "4 Minutes" featuring Justin Timberlake and Timbaland Lost to "When I Grow Up" by Pussycat Dolls

Much Music Video Awards

Nomination for Best International Video Artist "4 Minutes" Lost to "Don't Stop The Music" by Rihanna

Pollstar Concert Industry Awards

Nomination for Major Tour Of The Year for "Sticky & Sweet Tour" Lost to AC/DC
Nomination for Most Creative Stage Production for "Sticky & Sweet Tour" Lost to Walking With Dinosaurs

Premios 40 Principales

Nominated for Best International Artist Lost to Coldplay

Premios Oye!

Main English Song of the Year for "4 Minutes"
Main English Record of the Year for "Hard Candy"

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Inducted into the Hall of Fame

Rolling Stone Magazine Critics' Picks

Best Singles of 2008: #93 "Candy Shop" #1 "Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)" by Beyoncé

Teen Choice Awards

Nomination for Choice Music: Single for "4 Minutes" featuring Justin Timberlake and Timbaland Lost to "When You Look Me In The Eyes" by Jonas Brothers
Nomination for Choice Music: Hook-Up for "4 Minutes" featuring Justin Timberlake and Timbaland Lost to "No Air" by Jordin Sparks & Chris Brown

World Music Awards

Best Selling American Artist

2009

Billboard Touring Awards

Top Draw for "Sticky & Sweet Tour"
Top Tour for "Sticky & Sweet Tour"
Top Manager for "Sticky & Sweet Tour" (Guy Oseary)

Echo Awards

Nomination for Best International Female Artist Lost to Amy Winehouse

Emma-Gaala Awards

Nomination for Foreign Artist of the Year Lost to Metallica

Grammy Awards

Nomination for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals for "4 Minutes" featuring Justin Timberlake and Timbaland Lost to "Rich Woman" by Robert Plant and Alison Krauss
Nomination for Best Dance Recording for "Give It 2 Me" Lost to "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger (Alive 2007)" by Daft Punk

Guinness World Records

Most US Top 10 entries
Most Number Ones on the US Dance/Club Play Chart
Longest run of Top 20 Hits by a Solo Artist (64 hits)

International Dance Music Awards

Nomination for Best Solo Artist Lost to Tiesto
Nomination for Best Pop Dance Track for "4 Minutes" featuring Justin Timberlake and Timbaland Lost to "Just Dance" by Lady Gaga

Japan Gold Disc Awards

Artist of the Year
The Best 3 Albums for "Hard Candy"
Mastertone of the Year for "Miles Away"
Single Track of the Year (mobile) for "Miles Away"
Single Track of the Year (online) for "Miles Away"

Lunas del Auditorio

Best Foreign Language Pop Artist

MTV Australia Awards

Nomination for Best Moves for "4 Minutes" featuring Justin Timberlake and Timbaland Lost to "Circus" by Britney Spears

MTV Video Music Awards Japan

Nomination for Best Video from a Film for "4 Minutes" featuring Justin Timberlake and Timbaland (from "Get Smart") Lost to "Yume no Tsubomi" by Remioromen (from "Kansen Retto")
Nomination for Best Collaboration for "4 Minutes" featuring Justin Timberlake and Timbaland Lost to "Party People" by Nelly and Fergie

People's Choice Awards

Nomination for Favorite Combined Forces for "4 Minutes" featuring Justin Timberlake and Timbaland Lost to "No Air" by Jordin Sparks & Chris Brown

Virgin.net Awards

Nomination for Best Album for "Hard Candy" Lost to "Only By the Night" by Kings Of Leon
Nomination for Best Track "4 Minutes" Lost to "I Kissed A Girl" by Katy Perry
Nomination for Best Comeback Lost to Mariah Carey
Nomination for Best International Act Lost to Rihanna

2010

Golden Raspberry Awards

Nomination for Worst Actress of the Decade for "Swept Away", "Die Another Day" and "The Next Best Thing" Lost to Paris Hilton for The Hottie & the Nottie, House of Wax and Repo! The Genetic Opera
Nomination for Worst Picture of the Decade for "Swept Away" Lost to "Battlefield Earth"

Grammy Awards

Nomination for Best Dance Recording for "Celebration" Lost to "Poker Face" by Lady Gaga

International Dance Music Awards

Nomination for Best Solo Artist Lost to Deadmau5
Nomination for Best Pop Dance Track for "Celebration" Lost to "When Love Takes Over" by David Guetta feat. Kelly Rowland

Premios Oye!

Nomination for Main English Record of the Year for "Sticky & Sweet Tour" Lost to "The Fame Monster" by Lady Gaga

VH-1 Do Something! Awards

Docu Style Award for "I Am Because We Are"

2011

Guinness World Records

Best-selling female albums act of the 21 century (UK)

Q Awards

Nomination for Greatest Act of the Last 25 Years Lost to U2

2012

Academy Awards

Nomination for Best Achievement in Costume Design for W.E. (Arianne Phillips) Lost to "The Artist" (Mark Bridges)

Billboard Mid-Year Music Awards and End-Year

Best Festival Performance for Avicii featuring Madonna at Ultra Music Festival
First-Half MVP
Best TV Performance for Super Bowl XLVI
Most Memorable Feud (Madonna vs. Lady Gaga)

Billboard Touring Awards

Nomination for Concert Marketing and Promotion Award for "MDNA Tour" Lost to Demi Lovato
Nomination for Top Tour for "MDNA Tour" Lost to "The Wall Live" by Roger Waters

Costume Designers Guild Awards

Excellence in Period Film for "W.E." (Arianne Phillips)

Golden Globes Awards

Best Original Song for "Masterpiece" by Madonna (from "W.E.")


Nomination for Best Original Score for "W.E." (Abel Korzeniowski) Lost to "The Artist" (Ludovic Bource)

Guinness World Records

Most Number-one Albums in the UK charts
Largest TV Audience Super Bowl in History

Hollywood Film Awards

Spotlight Award for "W.E." (Andrea Riseborough)

International Film Music Critics Award

Nomination for Best Original Score for a Drama Film for "W.E." (Abel Korzeniowski) Lost to "War Horse" (John Williams)

National Film Preservation Board

National Film Registry for "A League of Their Own"

Pollstar Concert Industry Awards

Nomination for Most Creative Stage Production for "MDNA World Tour" Lost to Roger Waters

World Soundtrack Awards

Public Choice Award for "W.E." (Abel Korzeniowski)
Nomination for Best Original Song Written for a Film for "Masterpiece" by Madonna (from "W.E.") Lost to "Lay Your Head Down" by Sinéad O'Connor (from "Albert Nobbs")

2013

Billboard Music Awards

Top Touring Artist


Top Dance Artist
Top Dance Album for "MDNA"

International Dance Music Awards

Nomination for Best Artist Solo Lost to Avicii
Nomination for Best Commercial/Pop Dance Track for "Girl Gone Wild" Lost to "Sweet Nothing" by Calvin Harris feat. Florence Welch
Nomination for Best Music Video for "Girl Gone Wild" Lost to "Don't You Worry Child" by Swedish House Mafia feat. John Martin

2014

Songwriters Hall of Fame

Nomination for Induction into Songwriters Hall of Fame Lost to Donovan, Graham Gouldman, Jim Weatherly, Mark James and Ray Davies

2015

Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association

Nomination for TV Musical Performance of the Year for "Same Love" at the 2014 Grammy Awards (with Macklemore, Ryan Lewis and Mary Lambert) Lost to "Sugar Daddy" by Neil Patrick Harris at the Tony Awards

2016

American Music Awards

Nomination for Tour of the Year Lost to Beyonce

Billboard Music Awards

Nomination for Top Touring Artist Lost to Taylor Swift

Billboard Women in Music

Woman of the Year Award

Echo Awards

Nomination for Best International Female Artist Lost to Adele

People's Choice Awards

Favorite Music Icon

Nomination for Favorite Female Artist Lost to Taylor Swift

Songwriters Hall of Fame

Nomination for Induction Lost to Bernard Edwards (Chic), Chip Taylor, Elvis Costello, Marvin Gaye, Nile Rodgers (Chic) and Tom Petty

2017

Songwriters Hall of Fame

Nomination for Induction

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