List of awards and nominations received by Mariah Carey


List of awards and nominations received by Mariah Carey
Mariah Carey awards and nominations

Carey at the 82nd Academy Awards
Awards and nominations
Award Wins Nominations
American Music Awards
10
38
BET Awards
0
6
Billboard Music Awards
31
86
Brit Awards
0
5
Grammy Awards
5
34
MOBO Awards
0
6
MTV Europe Music Awards
1
5
MTV Video Music Awards
0
7
NAACP Image Awards
2
14
Soul Train Music Awards
9
15
World Music Awards
17
17
Totals
Awards won 249
Nominations 442

Mariah Carey has received many awards and accolades in recognition of her worldwide success in the music industry, among them; 5 Grammy Awards, 17 World Music Awards, 11 American Music Awards, and 28 Billboard Music Award. Below is a list of the notable awards she has received.

Contents

1991

Awards show Host
Country
Nomination(s) Categories Results
13th American Black Achievement Awards[1] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) The Music Award Nominated
18th American Music Awards[2] Flag of the United States.svg Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated
Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Nominated
Favorite Pop/Rock New Artist Nominated
2nd Billboard Music Award[3] Flag of the United States.svg Hot 100 Singles Artist Won
Top Adult Contemporary Artist Won
Top Pop Artist Won
Mariah Carey Top Female Album Artist Won
Top Pop Album Artist Won
Top Album Artist Won
Vision of Love Top Female Single Artist Won
39th BMI Pop Music Awards Flag of the United States.svg Love Takes Time[4] Song of the Year Won
Best Songwriter Won
Vision of Love[5] Won
Someday[6] Won
I Don't Wanna Cry[7] Won
11th BRIT Awards[8] Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best International Female Nominated
Best International Newcomer Nominated
33rd Grammy Awards[9] Flag of the United States.svg Best New Artist Won
Vision of Love Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Won
Song of the Year Nominated
Record of the Year Nominated
Mariah Carey Album of the Year Nominated
1991 New York City Music Award Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best Female Pop Vocalist Won
5th Soul Train Music Awards[10] Flag of the United States.svg Best New Artist Won
Vision of Love Female R&B/Soul Single Won
Song of the Year Nominated
Mariah Carey Best Album of the Year, Female Won
1991 Rolling Stone Magazine's Music Awards Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best New Female Singer Won

1992

Awards show Host
Country
Nomination(s) Categories Results
19th American Music Awards[11] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (herself) Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated
Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Won
Someday Favorite Dance Single Nominated
3rd Billboard Music Award[12] Flag of the United States.svg Emotions Top Female Album Artist Won
Emotions Top Female Single Artist Won
40th BMI Pop Music Awards Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Songwriter of The Year Won
34th Grammy Awards[13] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself)
(Along with Walter Afanasieff)
Producer of the Year, Non-Classical Nominated
Emotions Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated
6th Soul Train Music Awards[14] Flag of the United States.svg Emotions Best Album of the Year, Female Nominated

1993

Awards show Host
Country
Nomination(s) Categories Results
20th American Music Awards[15] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (herself) Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won
Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Nominated
Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist Nominated
I'll Be There Favorite Pop/Rock Single Nominated
MTV Unplugged EP Favorite Adult Contemporary Album Won
Favorite Soul/R&B Album Nominated
4th Billboard Music Award[16] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Top Pop Female Artist Nominated
Top R&B Female Artist Nominated
Music Box Top Female Album Artist Nominated
Dreamlover Top Hot 100 Airplay Track Won
Top Singles Female Artist Nominated
41st BMI Pop Music Awards Flag of the United States.svg Emotions[17] Best Song Won
Can't Let Go[18] Won
Make it happen[19] Won
35th Grammy Awards[20] Flag of the United States.svg I'll be there
(Along with Trey Lorenz)
Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals Nominated
MTV Unplugged EP Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated
7th Soul Train Music Awards[21] Flag of the United States.svg Best Album of the Year, Female Nominated

1994

Awards show Host
Country
Nomination(s) Categories Results
21st American Music Awards[22] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (herself) Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated
Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Nominated
Dreamlover Favorite Soul/R&B Single Nominated
12th ASCAP Awards Flag of the United States.svg Hero Rhythm & Soul Songwriter Won
8th ARIA Music Awards Flag of Australia.svg Mariah Carey (herself) Most Popular International Solo Singer Won
Music Box Most Popular Album of the Year Won
Best Chart Album Performance Won
5th Billboard Music Award[23] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Top Pop Female Artist Won
Top Singles Female Artist Won
Top Hot Adult Contemporary Artists Won
Top Billboard 200 Album Female Artists Won
Top Billboard 200 Album Artists Nominated
Top Pop Artist Nominated
Top Singles Female Artist Nominated
Top R&B Female Artists Nominated
Top R&B Album Female Artists Nominated
Top R&B Singles Female Artists Nominated
Music Box Top Billboard 200 Albums Nominated
Hero Top Hot 100 Airplay Track Nominated
Top Hot 100 Singles Nominated
42nd BMI Pop Music Awards Flag of the United States.svg Dreamlover[24] Best Songwriter of the Year Won
14th BRIT Awards[25] Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best International Female Nominated
37th Golden Otto Bravo Magazine Awards[26] Flag of Germany.svg Best Female Artist Won
36th Grammy Awards[27] Flag of the United States.svg Dreamlover Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated
1st MTV Europe Music Awards[28] Flag of Germany.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best Female Won
8th Smash Hits Award Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Best Female Solo Singer Won
8th Soul Train Music Awards[29] Flag of the United States.svg Music Box Best Album of the Year, Female Nominated
1994 Rockefellar Center Awards Flag of the United States.svg Worldwide Sales of over 20 million copies Won
Mariah Carey (Herself) Worldwide Sales of over 55 Million since 1990 Won

1995

Awards show Host
Country
Nomination(s) Categories Results
22nd American Music Awards[30] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (herself) Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won
Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist Nominated
Music Box Favorite Soul/R&B Album Nominated
Favorite Pop/Rock Album Nominated
13th ASCAP Awards Flag of the United States.svg Hero Rhythm & Soul Songwriter Won
Pop Songwriter Won
Dreamlover Won
Anytime You Need a Friend Won
1995 Archer Awards Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best Artist Won
Best Female Artist Won
Fantasy Best Single Won
Daydream Best Album Won
6th Billboard Music Award[31] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Top Billboard 200 Album Female Artists Won
Top Hot 100 Singles Female Artist Nominated
Top R&B Album Female Artists Nominated
Fantasy Top Hot 100 Single Sales Nominated
Top Hot Dance Maxi-Single Sales Nominated
1st Blockbuster Entertainment Awards Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Top Pop Female Won
43rd BMI Pop Music Awards Flag of the United States.svg Dreamlover
(2nd time winner)
Best Pop Songwriter Won
Hero[32] Won
Anytime you need a friend[33] Won
4th Echo Preis Awards Flag of Germany.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best International Female Artist Won
9th Golden Disc Awards[34] Flag of Japan.svg International Artist Of The Year Won
37th Grammy Awards[35] Flag of the United States.svg Hero Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated
Endless Love
(Along with Luther Vandross)
Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals Nominated
38th Silver Otto Bravo Magazine Awards[36] Flag of Germany.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best Female Artist Won
9th Smash Hits Award Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best Female Solo Singer Won
1995 Top 10 Magazine Awards Flag of Australia.svg Supertip Singer Won
7th World Music Awards[37] Flag of Monaco.svg Best Selling American Recording Artist Won
Best Selling World Recording Artist Won
Best Selling Pop Artist Won

1996

Awards show Host
Country
Nomination(s) Categories Results
23rd American Music Awards[38] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (herself) Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won
Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Won
7th Billboard Music Award[39] Flag of the United States.svg Top Hot 100 Singles Artist Won
Top Adult Contemporary Artist Won
One Sweet Day Top Hot 100 Singles Nominated
Special Award - Record 16 weeks at #1 Won
Always Be My Baby Top Hot 100 Airplay Track Won
Top Hot 100 Singles Nominated
2nd Blockbuster Entertainment Awards Flag of the United States.svg Fantasy Favorite Single Won
One Sweet Day Favorite Adult Contemporary Single Female Won
44th BMI Pop Music Awards Flag of the United States.svg Anytime you need a friend
(2nd time winner)
Best Pop Songwriter Won
16th BRIT Awards[40] Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best International Female Nominated
38th Bronze Otto Bravo Magazine Awards[41] Flag of Germany.svg Best Female Artist Won
38th Grammy Awards[42] Flag of the United States.svg Daydream Album of the Year Nominated
Best Pop Vocal Album Nominated
Fantasy Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated
One Sweet Day
(Along with Boyz II Men)
Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals Nominated
Record of the Year Nominated
Always be my baby Best Female R&B Vocal Performance Nominated
1st IFPI Platinum Europe Awards[43] Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Daydream
(3 times winner)
Platinum Europe Award Won
Merry Christmas Won
10th Golden Disc Awards[44] Flag of Japan.svg Daydream International Pop Album Of The Year Won
Mariah Carey (Herself) International Artist Of The Year Won
13th MTV Video Music Awards[45] Flag of the United States.svg One Sweet Day
(Along with Boyz II Men)
Best R&B Video Nominated
27th NAACP Image Awards[46] Flag of the United States.svg Daydream Outstanding Female Artist Nominated
One Sweet Day
(Along with Boyz II Men in
Fantasy: The Mariah Carey Special)
Outstanding Performance in a Variety Serials/Specials Nominated
38th NARM Awards[47] Flag of the United States.svg Daydream Best Selling R&B Recording Won
Fantasy Best Selling Dance Recording Won
22nd People's Choice Awards[48] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (herself) Favorite Female Musical Performer Nominated
10th Soul Train Music Awards[49] Flag of the United States.svg Daydream Best Album of the Year, Female Nominated
2nd TMF Awards Flag of the Netherlands.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best International Female Singer Won
11th National Dance Music Award Flag of the United States.svg Dance Artist Of The Year Won
Fantasy
(Along with O.D.B.)
Dance Record Of The Year Won
1st 103 TV Awards[50] Flag of Costa Rica.svg Always be my baby Most Played Video Nominated
8th World Music Awards[37] Flag of Monaco.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best Selling Female R&B Artist Won
Best Selling Overall Female Recording Artist Won
Best Selling Female Pop Artist Won
Best Selling American Female Recording Artist Won

1997

Awards show Host
Country
Nomination(s) Categories Results
24th American Music Awards[51] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (herself) Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated
Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Nominated
Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist Nominated
Daydream Favorite Pop/Rock Album Nominated
Favorite Soul/R&B Album Nominated
15th ASCAP Awards Flag of the United States.svg One Sweet Day Rhythm & Soul Songwriter Won
45th BMI Pop Music Awards Flag of the United States.svg Fantasy[52] Best Pop Songwriter Won
Always be my baby[53] Won
Forever[54] Won
One Sweet Day[55] Won
Song of the Year Won
2nd IFPI Platinum Europe Awards[56] Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Butterfly Platinum Europe Award Won
39th Silver Otto Bravo Magazine Awards[57] Flag of Germany.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best Female Artist Won
1997 VH1 Viewers Poll Awards Flag of the United States.svg Artist of the Year Won

1998

Awards show Host
Country
Nomination(s) Categories Results
25th American Music Awards[58] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Won
9th Billboard Music Award[59] Flag of the United States.svg 13 #1 singles by a female solo artist (13)
(Special Billboard Hot 100 Award)
Won
Top R&B Female Artists Nominated
Top Hot Dance Maxi-Singles Sales Artists Won
My All/Fly Away (Butterfly Reprise) Top Hot Dance Maxi-Singles Sales Nominated
4th Blockbuster Entertainment Awards Flag of the United States.svg Butterfly Top Album Female Artist Won
46th BMI Pop Music Awards Flag of the United States.svg Always be my Baby
(2nd time winner)
Best Pop Songwriter Won
40th Otto Bravo Magazine Awards[60] Flag of Germany.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best Female Artist Nominated
40th Grammy Awards[61] Flag of the United States.svg Honey Best Female R&B Vocal Performance Nominated
Best R&B Song Nominated
Butterfly Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated
3rd IFPI Platinum Europe Awards[62] Flag of the United Kingdom.svg #1's Platinum Europe Award Won
12th Golden Disc Awards[63] Flag of Japan.svg Butterfly International Pop Album Of The Year Won
4th International Achievement In Arts Awards[64] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Entertainer of The Year Won
1998 Long Island Music Awards Flag of the United States.svg Best Female Singer Won
3rd MOBO Awards[65] Flag of the United Kingdom.svg My All Best International Single Nominated
15th MTV Video Music Awards[66] Flag of the United States.svg Honey (Remix)
(Along with Puff Daddy and The Family)
Best Female Video Nominated
29th NAACP Image Awards[67] Flag of the United States.svg Butterfly Outstanding Female Artist Nominated
4th Lady of Soul Awards Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) The Aretha Franklin Award for
Female Entertainer of The Year
Won
10th World Music Awards[68] Flag of Monaco.svg Best Selling Female Soul/R&B Artist Won
Best Selling Artist of the 90's Won

1999

Awards show Host
Country
Nomination(s) Categories Results
5th ALMA Awards[69] Flag of the United States.svg Honey Outstanding Music Video Nominated
When You Believe
(Along with Whitney Houston)
Nominated
Outstanding Performance of a Song for a Feature Film Nominated
Around the World Outstanding Performance by Individual in a Music Series or Special Nominated
17th ASCAP Awards Flag of the United States.svg Honey Best Pop Songwriter Won
10th Billboard Music Award[70] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Artist of the Decade Won
Top Billboard 200 Album Female Artists Nominated
Top R&B / Hip-Hop Album Female Artists Nominated
5th Blockbuster Entertainment Awards Flag of the United States.svg Favorite Pop Female Won
47th BMI Pop Music Awards Flag of the United States.svg Best Songwriter of the Year Won
Honey[71] Best Pop Songwriter Won
Butterfly[72] Won
My All[73] Won
20th Congressional Award Foundation Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Horizon Award[74] Won
Howard Humanitarian Award Won
4th IFPI Platinum Europe Awards[75] Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Rainbow Platinum Europe Award Won
13th Golden Disc Awards[76] Flag of Japan.svg #1's International Pop Album Of The Year Won
6th MTV Europe Music Awards[77] Flag of Ireland.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best R&B Artist Nominated
30th NAACP Image Awards[78] Flag of the United States.svg When You Believe
(Along with Whitney Houston)
Outstanding Duo or Group Won
Outstanding Music Video Nominated
Outstanding Song Nominated
#1's Outstanding Album Nominated
15th NABOB Awards[79] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Entertainer of the Year Won

1999 & 2000

Year Awards show Host
Country
Nominees Nominated Work Categories Results
2000 18th ASCAP Awards Flag of the United States.svg Stephen Schwartz
(Along with Babyface)
When you believe[80][A] Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures Won
1999 71st Academy Awards Stephen Schwartz Best Original Song Won
1999 4th BFCA Award[81] Best Film Song Won
2000 48th BMI Pop Music Awards[82] Stephen Schwartz
(Along with Babyface)
Best Pop Songwriter Won
1999 56th Golden Globe Awards Stephen Schwartz Best Original Song Nominated
2000 42nd Grammy Awards[83] Stephen Schwartz
(Along with Babyface)
Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media Nominated
1999 3rd Golden Satellite Awards Stephen Schwartz Best Original Song in a Motion Picture Nominated

Notes

  • A ^ Between the years of 1999 and 2000 the song When You Believe received several nominations that were presented to the composers and not to the performers.

2000

Awards show Host
Country
Nomination(s) Categories Results
27th American Music Awards[84] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Lifetime Of Achievement Award Won
6th Blockbuster Entertainment Awards[85] Flag of the United States.svg Favorite Female Artist R&B Won
When You Believe
(Along with Whitney Houston)
Favorite Song from a Movie Nominated
42nd Grammy Awards[83] Flag of the United States.svg Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals Nominated
1st NRJ Music Awards[86] Flag of France.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best International Artist Won
14th Golden Disc Awards[87] Flag of Japan.svg Rainbow International Pop Album Of The Year Won
2000 DMX Music Awards Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Ultimate Diva Won
14th Soul Train Music Awards[88] Flag of the United States.svg Heartbreaker
(Along with Jay-Z)
Best R&B/Soul Female Single Nominated
10th World Music Awards[89] Flag of Monaco.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best Selling Female Artist of the Millennium Won
Best Selling R&B Female Won

2001

Awards show Host
Country
Nomination(s) Categories Results
12th Billboard Music Awards[90] Flag of the United States.svg Loverboy Top Hot 100 Single Sales Won
1st BMI Urban Music Awards Flag of the United States.svg Thank God I Found You[91] Best Songwriter of the Year Won
11th Make-A-Wish Foundation's 2000 Chris Greicius Awards[92] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Celebrity Wish Granter of the Year Won
43rd Grammy Awards[93] Flag of the United States.svg Thank God I Found You
(Along with Joe & 98 Degrees)
Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals Nominated
8th MTV Europe Music Awards[94] Flag of Germany.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best Female Nominated
People Magazine[95] Flag of the United States.svg 25 Most Intriguing People Won
3rd Radio Music Awards[96] Flag of the United States.svg Most Requested Artist of the Year Won

2002

Awards show Host
Country
Nomination(s) Categories Results
8th ALMA Awards[97][B] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Outstanding Performance in a Music, Variety or Comedy Special Nominated
1st Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Awards[98] Flag of the United States.svg Loverboy Top R&B/Hip-Hop Single - Sales Won
22nd Golden Raspberry Awards Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Worst Actress Won
Mariah Carey's cleavage Worst Screen Couple Nominated
44th Grammy Awards[99][C] Flag of the United States.svg Didn't Mean To Turn You On Producer of the Year, Non-Classical Nominated
Never Too Far Nominated
Twister Nominated
1st MTV Asia Awards Flag of Singapore.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Favorite Female Artist Nominated

Notes

  • B ^ Mariah received this nomination because of her performance of the song Hero in the benefit concert America: A Tribute to Heroes.

2003

Awards show Host
Country
Nomination(s) Categories Results
2003 American Heroes Awards[100] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Ongoing contributions
(The Fresh Air Fund)
Won
14th Billboard Music Awards[101] Flag of the United States.svg Top Hot Dance Maxi-Singles Sales Artist Won
Through the Rain Top Hot Dance Maxi-Single Sales Nominated
The Remixes Top Electronic Album Nominated
2003 Cove Magazine Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself)[102] 100 Outstanding Pop Vocalists chart
(Placed No. 2)
Nominated
45th Grammy Awards[103][D] Flag of the United States.svg Through the Rain Producer of the Year, Non-Classical Nominated
8th IFPI Platinum Europe Awards[104] Flag of the United Kingdom.svg #1's
(2nd time winner)
Platinum Europe Award Won
17th Golden Disc Awards[105] Flag of Japan.svg Charmbracelet Rock & Pop Album of the Year Won
2003 MTV's Polls[106] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best Voice Won
2003 MTV's Total Request Live Flag of the United States.svg Loverboy Best Vehicle Hook-Up Won
20th MTV Video Music Awards[107] Flag of the United States.svg I Know What You Want
(Along with Busta Rhymes)
Best Hip-Hop Video Nominated
2003 NRJ Radio Music Awards Flag of Sweden.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Most Played Artist
(1993–2003)
Won
2003 RIAA Awards[108] Flag of the United States.svg Blue Diamond Award Won
17th Soul Train Music Awards[109] Flag of the United States.svg Quincy Jones Award
(Outstanding Career Achievements in Entertainment)
Won
2003 Wild Writings Online Awards[110] Flag of the United States.svg Saving Grace Best Unreleased Album Track Won
13th World Music Awards[89][E] Flag of Monaco.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Diamond Award Won
2003 Z100 New York Achievement in Music Awards Flag of the United States.svg Achievement Award Won

Notes

  • D ^ Once again Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis were nominated for their production work, this time for Through the Rain (not for Mariah)
  • E ^ For over 100 million album sales worldwide and she was the first female ever to receive the award.

2004

Awards show Host
Country
Nomination(s) Categories Results
2004 Female First Poll[111] Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best Dressed for 2004 Celebrity Won
1st Groovevolt Music & Fashion Awards[112] Flag of the United States.svg Charmbracelet Best Album Female Won
Through the Rain Best Pop Song Performance — Female Won
My Saving Grace Best Pop Unreleased Album Track Won
I Know What You Want
(Along with Busta Rhymes)
Best Hip-Hop Collaboration Won
3rd MTV Asia Awards[99] Flag of Singapore.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) The Lifetime Achievement Award Won

2005

Awards show Host
Country
Nomination(s) Categories Results
33rd American Music Awards[113] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Won
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated
The Emancipation Of Mimi Favorite Pop/Rock Album Nominated
Favorite Soul/R&B Album Nominated
57th Bambi Awards[114] Flag of Germany.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Pop International Artist Won
5th BET Awards[115] Flag of the United States.svg Best R&B Artists Nominated
16th Billboard Music Awards[116] Flag of the United States.svg Top Billboard 200 Album Female Artist Won
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Female Artist Won
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Album Female Artist Won
Top Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Female Artist Won
Top Pop Artist Nominated
Top Pop Female Artist Nominated
Top Billboard 200 Album Artist Nominated
Top Hot 100 Singles Artist Nominated
Top Hot 100 Singles Female Artist Nominated
Top Pop 100 Artist Nominated
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Artist Nominated
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Album Artist Nominated
Top Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Artist Nominated
Top Hot Adult R&B Artist Nominated
Top Rhythmic Artist Nominated
Top Hot Dance Club Play Artist Nominated
Top Hot Dance Airplay Artist Nominated
The Emancipation Of Mimi Top Billboard 200 Album Nominated
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Album Nominated
We Belong Together Top Hot 100 Single Won
Top Hot 100 Single Airplay Won
Top Rhythmic Song Won
Top Pop 100 Song Nominated
Top Pop 100 Airplay Track Nominated
Top Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Song Nominated
Top Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Song Airplay Nominated
Top Adult R&B Song Nominated
Top Hot Dance Club Play Single Nominated
2005 Capital Awards[117] Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Outstanding Contribution to Music Won
2nd Groovevolt Music & Fashion Awards[118] Flag of the United States.svg U Make Me Wanna
(Along with Jadakiss)
Best Song Collaboration, Duo or Group Won
10th IFPI Platinum Europe Awards[119] Flag of the United Kingdom.svg The Emancipation of Mimi Platinum Europe Award Won
1st Kiss Awards[120] Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best Female Artist Won
The Emancipation of Mimi Best Album Nominated
We Belong Together Best Song Nominated
Most wanted Download Nominated
10th Lady of Soul Award[121] Flag of the United States.svg The Emancipation of Mimi Best Album Won
We Belong Together Best Solo Single Won
10th Mobo Awards[122] Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best R&B Act Nominated
Best R&B Nominated
The Emancipation of Mimi Best Album Nominated
22nd MTV Video Music Awards[123] Flag of the United States.svg We Belong Together Best Female Video Nominated
Best R&B Video Nominated
12th MTV Europe Music Awards[124] Flag of Portugal.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best Female Nominated
Best R&B Nominated
3rd MTV Immies[125] Flag of India.svg Best International Female Pop Act Won
4th MTV Video Music Awards Japan[126] Flag of Japan.svg International Video Icon Award Won
2005 New York Chapter Recording Academy Honors[127] Flag of the United States.svg Outstanding achievements Won
6th Radio Music Awards[128] Flag of the United States.svg Artist of the Year/Urban and Rhythmic Radio Won
Legend Award Won
We Belong Together Song of the Year/Mainstream Hit Radio Won
Song of the Year/Urban and Rhythmic Radio Won
2005 The Reign Awards[129] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Outstanding Achievements Won
2005 Shangay Music Awards Flag of Spain.svg International Artist Of The Year Won
7th Teen Choice Awards[130] Flag of the United States.svg Choice Music: R&B Artist Won
Choice Music: Female Artist Nominated
We Belong Together Choice Love Song Won
2005 Teen People Awards Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Teen People AwardsArtist of the Year Won
3rd VIBE Awards[131] Flag of the United States.svg Artist of the Year Won
R&B Voice of the Year Won
The Emancipation of Mimi Album of the Year Won
We Belong Together Best R&B Song Won
1st XM Nation Music Awards[132] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best Comeback of the Year Won
15th World Music Awards[133] Flag of the United States.svg Best Selling Pop Female Artist Won
Best Selling R&B Artist Won
Female Entertainer Of The Year Won
We Belong Together World's Most-Played Single Won

2006

Awards show Host
Country
Nomination(s) Categories Results
34th American Music Awards[134] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Nominated
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated
The Emancipation Of Mimi Favorite Soul/R&B Album Nominated
24th ASCAP Awards[135] Flag of the United States.svg We Belong Together Song of the Year Won
Publisher of the Year[F] Won
Shake It Off Won
6th BET Awards[136] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best R&B Artists Nominated
Don't Forget About Us Viewer's Choice Nominated
17th Billboard Music Awards[137] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Top Billboard 200 Album Female Artist Nominated
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Female Artist Nominated
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Album Female Artist Nominated
Top Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Artist Nominated
Top Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Female Artist Nominated
Top Hot Adult R&B Artist Nominated
Fly Like a Bird Top Hot Adult R&B Song Nominated
Don't Forget About Us Top Hot Dance Club Play Single Nominated
5th Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Awards[138] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Top R&B/Hip Hop Artists Won
Top R&B/Hip Hop Female Artist Won
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Artist Won
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Artist Won
The Emancipation of Mimi Top R&B/Hip-Hop Album Won
We Belong Together Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Nominated
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay Songs Nominated
26th BRIT Awards[139] Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best International Female Nominated
54th BMI Music Awards Flag of the United States.svg We Belong Together[140] #1 Billboard Song Won
Most Performed Song Won
Shake It Off[141] Won
Don't Forget About Us[142] Won
6th BMI Urban Music Awards Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best Songwriter of the Year Won
We Belong Together Song of the Year Won
5th Channel V Music Video Awards Flag of Thailand.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best International Female Artist Won
2006 Gillette Venus Awards[143] Flag of the United States.svg Celebrity Legs of A Goddess Won
48th Grammy Awards[144] Flag of the United States.svg The Emancipation of Mimi Best Contemporary R&B Album Won
Album of the Year Nominated
We Belong Together Best R&B Song Won
Best Female R&B Vocal Performance Won
Record of the Year Nominated
Song of the Year Nominated
It's Like That Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated
Mine Again Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance Nominated
3rd Groovevolt Music & Fashion Awards[145] Flag of the United States.svg The Emancipation of Mimi Album of the Year Won
Best Pop Female Album Won
We Belong Together Song of the Year Won
Best Pop Female Song Performance Won
Best R&B/Soul Female Song Performance Won
Circles Best Pop Unreleased Album Track Won
23rd MTV Video Music Awards[146] Flag of the United States.svg Shake It Off Best R&B Video Nominated
2nd MTV Australia Video Music Awards Flag of Australia.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best Female Artist Nominated
Shake It Off Best R&B Video Nominated
5th MTV Video Music Awards Japan[147] Flag of Japan.svg We Belong Together Best R&B Video Nominated
Best Female Video Nominated
2006 MTV's Total Request Live Awards[148] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) 1st Lady Award Won
37th NAACP Image Award[149][150] Flag of the United States.svg The Emancipation of Mimi Outstanding Album Won
Mariah Carey (Herself) Outstanding Female Artist Nominated
We Belong Together Outstanding Music Video Nominated
Outstanding Song Nominated
7th NRJ Music Awards Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) International Female Artist Nominated
20th Soul Train Music Awards[151] Flag of the United States.svg We Belong Together Best R&B/Soul Female Single Won
The Emancipation of Mimi Best R&B/Soul Female Album Won
2006 Wish Night Awards[152] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Wish Icon Award Won
2006 WPGC Music Awards Flag of the United States.svg Best Female Vocal Won
We Belong Together Best Song Won
Best Slow Song Won
The Emancipation of Mimi Best Album Won

Notes

  • F ^ This award was presented to EMI Music Publishing for their 17 award-winning songs, including We Belong Together and Shake it off.

2007

Awards show Host
Country
Nomination(s) Categories Results
55th BMI Pop Music Awards[141] Flag of the United States.svg Shake It Off[141] Best Pop Songwriter Won
Don't Forget About Us[142] Won
49th Grammy Awards[153] Flag of the United States.svg Best R&B Song Nominated
Best Female R&B Vocal Performance Nominated
2007 Hollywood Walk Of Fame Awards[154] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Recording Honoree Won
25th Operation Smile Award[155] Flag of the United States.svg Smile Ambassador Won
10th VH1 Save The Music Anniversary Celebration[156] Flag of the United States.svg Award for her Contributions Won

2008

Awards show Host
Country
Nomination(s) Categories Results
36th American Music Awards[157][G] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Honorary Award Won
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated
E=MC² Favorite Soul/R&B Album Nominated
19th Billboard Music Awards[158] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Top R&B/Hip-Hop Female Artist Nominated
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Album Female Artist Nominated
56th BMI Pop Music Awards[159] Flag of the United States.svg Touch My Body Best Pop Songwriter Won
8th Basenotes Fragrance Awards[H] Flag of the United Kingdom.svg M Best New Women's Fragrance[160] Nominated
Best Women's Fragrance for Day Wear[161] Nominated
Best designer, mainstream or fine fragrance[162]
(Broze Award)
Won
Best Celebrity Women's Fragrance[163] Won
8th BET Awards[164][165][166] Flag of the United States.svg Touch my Body Best Comedic Video Nominated
Mariah Carey (Herself) Best R&B Female Artist Nominated
Beautiful Healthy Smile Won
2008 Choice FM Awards[167] Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Choice Hall of Fame Won
36th FiFi Awards[168][H] Flag of the United States.svg M Best Women's Luxe
(Long list)
Nominated
2008 Long Island Music Hall of Fame[169] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Music Hall of Fame Inductee Won
13th Mobo Awards[170] Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Best International Act Nominated
25th MTV Video Music Awards[171] Flag of the United States.svg Touch my Body Best Female Video Nominated
7th MTV Video Music Awards Japan[172] Flag of Japan.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) MTV Video Vanguard Award Won
10th Teen Choice Awards[173] Flag of the United States.svg Choice Music: Female Artist Nominated
Bye Bye Choice Music: R&B Track Nominated
5th Time 100[174] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) 100 Most Influential People In The World Won
18th World Music Awards[175][G] Flag of Monaco.svg Special Achievement Award Won
Best Selling R&B Female Nominated

Notes

  • G ^ Both ceremonies, AMA & WWA, gave Mariah an Special Achievement Award for most # 1 singles (18) achieved by any female solo recording artist.
  • H ^ The nominations for the fragance M were presented to the company Elizabeth Arden.

2009

Awards show Host
Country
Nomination(s) Categories Results
4th Alliance of Women Film Journalists Award

[176]

Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best Ensemble Cast Nominated
27th ASCAP Awards[177] Flag of the United States.svg Obsessed Most Performed Song Won
20th Billboard Music Awards[178] Flag of the United States.svg Top Hot 100 Single Sales Nominated
We Belong Together Hot 100 Song of the Decade Won
Radio Song of the Decade Won
Ebony Magazine[179] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (herself)
(Along with Nick Cannon)
Ten Hottest Couple Won
51st Grammy Awards[180] Flag of the United States.svg I Understand
(Along with Kim Burrell, Rance Allen & BeBe Winans)
Best Gospel Performance Nominated
40th NAACP Image Awards[181] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Female Artist Nominated
1st MTV Cribs Awards[182] Flag of the United States.svg Coolest Cribs Closet Won
14th MOBO Awards[183] Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Best International Act Nominated
8th MTV Video Music Awards Japan Flag of Japan.svg Touch my Body Best Karaokee! Song Nominated
2009 Virgin Media Record Awards Flag of the United Kingdom.svg 'E=MC² Comeback of the Year Nominated
8th WAFCA Awards[184] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best Ensemble Nominated

2010

Awards show Host
Country
Nomination(s) Categories Results
28th ASCAP Awards[185] Flag of the United States.svg We Belong Together Song of the Decade Won
63rd BAFTA Awards[186] Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) Best Supporting Actress
(Long List)
Nominated
21st Black Reel Awards[187] Flag of the United States.svg Best Ensemble Won
Best Supporting Actress Nominated
30th Boston Society of Film Critics Awards[188] Flag of the United States.svg Best Cast Won
14th Annual Capri Hollywood International Film Festival[189] Flag of Italy.svg Best Supporting Actress Won
12th Keepers Of The Dream Awards[190] Flag of the United States.svg James Brown Cultural Excellence Award Won
41st NAACP Image Awards[191] Flag of the United States.svg Best Supporting Actress Nominated
Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel Outstanding Album Nominated
11th NRJ Music Awards[192] Flag of France.svg Mariah Carey (Herself) International Female Artist of the Year Nominated
21st Palm Springs International Film Festival[193] Flag of the United States.svg Breakthrough Performance Award Won
38th People's Choice Awards[194] Flag of the United States.svg Favorite R&B Artist Won
16th Screen Actors Guild Awards[195] Flag of the United States.svg Outstanding Performance by a Cast Nominated

2011

Awards show Host
Country
Nomination(s) Categories Results
Ebony Magazine[196] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey (herself)
(Along with Nick Cannon)
Most Intoxicating Couples Won
39th Annual FiFi Awards[197][I] Flag of the United States.svg Mariah Carey’s Lollipop Bling Fragrance Collection Best Packaging of the Year – Women's Broad Appeal Nominated
2009 LA Weekly[198] Flag of the United States.svg Honey (The Bad Boy Remix)
Along with The LOX & Ma$e
Best Rap Remixes Of '90s R&B Songs Won
  • I ^ The nominations for the fragance Lollipop Bling were presented to the company Elizabeth Arden.

Grammy Awards History

Mariah Carey has got 34 nominations in the Grammy Awards, winning five gramophones; among female artists she is behind Aretha Franklin in the place 5th as the most nominated.[199] In the main categories, she is the second female artist with the most nominations for Album of the Year (after Barbra Streisand), but with no wins.[200] Mariah has also received 3 nominations for Record of the Year, she shares this 3 nods with Roberta Flack, Bette Midler and Celine Dion, where they are just behind Barbra Streisand with 4 noms (Beyoncé has 3 nominations in this category, too, but sometimes is counted 4 because of the song Say My Name with Destiny's Child),[201] other main category is Song of the Year with 2 nominations, Mariah shares this nods with just 3 female songwriters singers Shania Twain, Alicia Keys and Beyoncé, they are behind the songwriters Diane Warren and Carole Bayer Sager who have 3 noms. However, Mariah has not won in any main category, except for Best New Artist, causing discomfort among fans and critics, since it has been considered she had to have won in the ceremony of 1996 with her album Daydream[202], and The Emancipation of Mimi[203] in 2005 should have won more awards; in addition to this, she was completely ignored with her critically acclaimed, chart-topping E=MC2[204][205] and Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel[199], this without counting her ignored performances.

Year Categories Nominations Results
1991
(33rd)
Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Won
Best New Artist Won
Album of the Year Nominated
Record of the Year Nominated
Song of the Year
  • Bette Midler - "From a Distance"
  • Mariah Carey - "Vision of Love"
  • Phil Collins - "Another Day in Paradise"
  • Wilson Phillips - "Hold On"
  • Sinéad O'Connor - "Nothing Compares 2 U"
Nominated
1992
(34th)
Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated
Producer of the Year, Non-Classical Nominated
1993
(35th)
Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals Nominated
Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated
1994
(36th)
Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated
1995
(37th)
Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated
Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals Nominated
1996
(38th)
Album of the Year Nominated
Record of the Year Nominated
Best Pop Vocal Album Nominated
Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated
Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals Nominated
Best Female R&B Vocal Performance Nominated
1998
(40th)
Best Female R&B Vocal Performance Nominated
Best R&B Song Nominated
Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated
2000
(42nd)
Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals Nominated
2001
(43rd)
Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals Nominated
2006
(48th)
Best Contemporary R&B Album Won
Best R&B Song Won
Best Female R&B Vocal Performance Won
Album of the Year Nominated
Record of the Year Nominated
Song of the Year Nominated
Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated
Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance Nominated
2007
(49th)
Best R&B Song Nominated
Best Female R&B Vocal Performance
  • India.Arie - "I Am Not My Hair"
  • Natalie Cole - "Day Dreaming"
  • Beyoncé - "Ring the Alarm"
  • Mariah Carey - "Don't Forget About Us"
  • Mary J. Blige - "Be Without You"
Nominated
2009
(51st)
Best Gospel Performance Nominated

Performances

Date City Venue Performance
February 20, 1991
(33rd)
New York City Radio City Music Hall
February 26th, 1992
(34th)
Los Angeles Shrine Auditorium
February 28, 1996
(38th)
Los Angeles Shrine Auditorium
  • "One Sweet Day" (Opening)[208]
February 8, 2006
(48th)
Los Angeles Staples Center
  • "We Belong Together/Fly Like a Bird"[209]

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