List of awards and nominations received by Beyoncé

Beyoncé is an American singer, songwriter, actress, and entrepreneur. Throughout the course of her career, Beyoncé has won 26 MTV Video Music Awards, making her the most-awarded artist in the award show history. Beyoncé is also the most-awarded artist at the BET Awards and the Soul Train Awards. With a total of 28 awards and 70 nominations from the Grammy Awards for her music (including her work in Destiny's Child and The Carters), she is the most nominated woman and the most awarded singer in Grammy history. With 13 awards, Beyoncé is the eighth-most awarded artist at the Billboard Music Awards.

Beyoncé awards and nominations
Knowles in 2020
Totals[a]
Wins586
Nominations1,347
Note
  1. ^ Certain award groups do not simply award one winner. They recognize several different recipients, have runners-up and have third place. Since this is a specific recognition and is different from losing an award, runner-up mentions are considered wins in this award tally. For simplification and to avoid errors, each award in this list has been presumed to have had a prior nomination.

In 2002, she received Songwriter of the Year from American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers becoming the First African American woman to win the award. In 2004 and 2019, she received NAACP Image Award for Entertainer of the Year and the Soul Train Music Award for Sammy Davis Jr. – Entertainer of the Year. In 2005, she also received APEX Award at the Trumpet Award honoring achievements of Black African Americans. In 2007, Beyoncé received the International Artist of Excellence award by the American Music Awards. She also received Honorary Otto at the Bravo Otto. The following year, she received the Legend Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Arts at the World Music Awards and the Career Achievement Award at the LOS40 Music Awards. In 2010, she received the Artist of the Decade Award at the NRJ Music Awards. At the 2011 Billboard Music Awards, Beyoncé received the inaugural Billboard Millennium Award. Beyoncé received the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards. In 2016, she received the Fashion Icon Award from the Council of Fashion Designers of America. In 2017, Beyoncé won a Peabody Award for Entertainment. In 2019, Beyoncé received the GLAAD Vanguard Award. According to Fuse in 2014, Beyoncé is the second most awarded recording artist of all time.[1]

Although music is her primary source of accomplishment, Beyoncé has also received nominations and awards for other works in retail, image, philanthropy, film, and television. Those include eight Primetime Emmy Award nominations and a nomination for a Golden Globe Awards for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy for her role in the movie Dreamgirls. She also received a Critics' Choice Movie Award in 2007 for Listen. In 2012, she was honored by New York Association of Black Journalists for writing Essence article "Eat, Pray, Love". She has also received numerous honors for her philanthropy, such as being inducted into the International Pediatric Hall of Fame in 2008 by the Miami Children's Hospital Foundation, and the Key to the City of New Orleans and Columbia, South Carolina.

Awards and nominations

Name of the award ceremony, year presented, award category, nominee(s) of the award and the result of the nomination
Award Year[a] Category Recipient(s) Result Ref.
4Music Video Honours 2009 World's Greatest Popstar Beyoncé Knowles Won [2]
2011 Best Video "Best Thing I Never Had" Nominated [3]
"Run the World (Girls)" Nominated
2013 Style King/Queen Beyoncé Knowles Won [4]
Australian Cinematographers Society 2014 Best Music Clip "Mine" (featuring Drake) Gold [5]
Academy Awards 2020 Best Original Song "Spirit" Shortlisted [6]
African-American Film Critics Association 2016 Best TV Show – Special or Limited Series Lemonade Won [7]
African Entertainment Awards USA 2020 Best Collaboration "Already" (with Shatta Wale and Major Lazer) Won [8]
Song of the Year Nominated
AICE Awards 2014 Best Music Video "Mine" (featuring Drake) Nominated [9]
2016 "Formation" Won [10]
2017 Best Color Grading Music Video "Hold Up" Nominated [11]
2019 "Apeshit" (with Jay Z) Won [12]
Allure Beauty Awards 2015 Nail Art Beyoncé Knowles Won [13]
AMFT Awards[b] 2016 Album of the Year Lemonade Won [15]
Best Music Film Won [16]
Best Contemporary R&B Album Won [17]
Best Music Video "Formation" Won [18]
Best R&B Duo/Group Performance "Freedom" (Beyonce featuring Kendrick Lamar) Won [19]
2017 Best Pop Duo/Group Performance "Perfect" (Ed Sheeran featuring Beyoncé) Won [20]
2019 Best Music Film Homecoming Won [21]
Best Song written for Visual Media "Brown Skin Girl" (Beyonce featuring Saint Jhn, Wizkid, Blue Ivy Carter) Won [22]
2020 Best Rap Song "Savage (Remix)" (Megan Thee Stallion featuring Beyoncé) Won [23]
Best Rap Duo/Group Performance Won [24]
American Music Awards 2001 Artist of the Year Destiny's Child Nominated [25]
Favorite Soul/R&B Band/Duo/Group Won
Favorite Soul/R&B Album The Writing's on the Wall Nominated
2002 Artist of the Year Destiny's Child Nominated [26]
[27]
Favorite Soul/R&B Band/Duo/Group Won
Favorite Pop/Rock Album Survivor Won
2003 Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [28]
Fan's Choice Award Nominated
Favorite Soul/R&B Album Dangerously in Love Nominated
2004 Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [29]
2005 Favorite Soul/R&B Band/Duo/Group Destiny's Child Won [30]
Favorite Soul/R&B Album Destiny Fulfilled Won
2006 Artist of the Year Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [31]
2007 International Artist Award Won [32]
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated
Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Nominated
Favorite Soul/R&B Album B'Day Nominated
Favorite Soundtrack Dreamgirls: Music from the Motion Picture Nominated
2009 Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [33]
[34]
Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Won
Favorite Soul/R&B Album I Am... Sasha Fierce Nominated
2011 Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won [35]
Favorite Soul/R&B Album 4 Nominated
2012 Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won [36]
2014 Artist of the Year Nominated [37]
Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Won
Favorite Soul/R&B Album Beyoncé Won
2015 Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [38]
2016 Nominated [39]
Tour of the Year The Formation World Tour Won
Favorite Soul/R&B Album Lemonade Nominated
2017 Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won [40]
2018 Tour of the Year On the Run II Tour (with Jay-Z) Nominated [41]
2019 Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won [42]
2020 Collaboration of the Year "Savage" (remix)
(Megan Thee Stallion featuring Beyoncé)
Nominated [43]
All Africa Music Awards 2019 Best Collaboration "Brown Skin Girl"
(Beyoncé, Saint Jhn and Wizkid featuring Blue Ivy Carter)
Nominated [44]
2020 "Already" (with Shatta Wale and Major Lazer) Nominated [45]
Apple Music Awards 2014 Best Artist of the Year Beyoncé Knowles Won [46]
ARIA Music Awards 2014 Best International Artist Nominated [47]
2016 Nominated [48]
ASCAP Film & Television Music Awards 2002 Most Performed Song in a Motion Picture "Independent Women Part I" Won [49]
ASCAP Latin Awards 2018 Most Performed Urban Songs "Mi Gente"
(J Balvin and Willy William featuring Beyoncé)
Won [50]
ASCAP Pop Music Awards 2000 Most Performed Songs "Say My Name" Won [51]
2001 Songwriter of the Year Beyoncé Knowles Won [52]
Most Performed Songs "Independent Women Part I" Won [53]
"Jumpin', Jumpin'" Won
"Survivor" Won
2004 "Crazy in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Won [54]
2005 "Baby Boy" (featuring Sean Paul) Won [55]
"Me, Myself and I" Won
"Naughty Girl" Won
2006 "Lose My Breath" Won [56]
"Soldier" (featuring T.I. and Lil Wayne) Won
2007 "Check on It" (featuring Bun B and Slim Thug) Won [57]
"Grillz" (Nelly featuring Paul Wall and Ali & Gipp)[c] Won
2008 "Irreplaceable" Won [58]
2010 "Halo" Won [59]
"Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" Won
"Sweet Dreams" Won
2011 "Telephone" (Lady Gaga featuring Beyoncé) Won [60]
2015 "Drunk in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Won [61]
2021 "Savage" (remix)
(Megan Thee Stallion featuring Beyoncé)
Won [62]
"Playing Games" (Summer Walker featuring Bryson Tiller)[c] Won
ASCAP PRS Awards 2007 "Irreplaceable" Won [63]
ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Music Awards 1999 Award-winning R&B/Hip-Hop Songs "No, No, No" Won [64]
2000 "Bills, Bills, Bills" Won [65]
2001 "Say My Name" Won [66]
2002 Top Soundtrack Song of the Year "Independent Women Part I" Won [67]
2004 Award-winning R&B/Hip-Hop Songs "Crazy in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Won [68]
"Baby Boy" (featuring Sean Paul) Won
2005 "Me, Myself and I" Won [69]
2006 "Cater 2 U" Won [70]
"Soldier" Won
2007 "Check on It" (featuring Bun B and Slim Thug) Won [71]
Soundtrack Song of the Year Won [72]
Award-winning R&B/Hip-Hop Songs "Grillz" (Nelly featuring Paul Wall and Ali & Gipp)[c] Won [71]
Award-Winning Rap Song Won [73]
Ringtone of the Year Won [74]
2008 Award-winning R&B/Hip-Hop Songs "Get Me Bodied" Won [75]
"Irreplaceable" Won
"Until the End of Time"
(Justin Timberlake featuring Beyoncé)
Won
2010 "Diva" Won [76]
"Ego" Won
"Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" Won
2012 "Best Thing I Never Had" Won [77]
2013 Top R&B/Hip-Hop Song "Love On Top" Won [78]
Award-winning R&B/Hip-Hop Songs "Dance for You" Won
"Party" (featuring André 3000) Won
2015 Top R&B/Hip-Hop Song "Drunk in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Won [79]
Award-winning R&B/Hip-Hop Songs "Flawless" (featuring Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie) Won
"Partition" Won
2016 "7/11" Won [80]
"Feeling Myself" (Nicki Minaj featuring Beyoncé) Won
2017 "Hold Up" Won [81]
"Formation" Won
"Sorry" Won
2018 "Shining" (DJ Khaled featuring Beyoncé and Jay-Z) Won [82]
2019 "Apeshit" (with Jay Z) Won [83]
2020 "24/7" (Meek Mill featuring Ella Mai)[c] Won [84]
BBC Music Awards 2016 Song of the Year "Hymn for the Weekend" (Coldplay featuring Beyoncé) Nominated [85]
"Runnin' (Lose It All)"
(Naughty Boy featuring Beyoncé and Arrow Benjamin)
Nominated
BBC Radio 1's Teen Awards 2018 Best Single "Perfect Duet" (with Ed Sheeran) Nominated [86]
Best International Group The Carters Nominated [87]
BET Awards 2001 Video of the Year "Independent Women Part I" Nominated [88]
Viewer's Choice Nominated
Best Group Destiny's Child Won
2002 Nominated [89]
2003 Best Collaboration "'03 Bonnie & Clyde" (Jay-Z featuring Beyoncé) Nominated [90]
2004 Video of the Year "Crazy in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Nominated [91]
[92]
Best Actress The Fighting Temptations Nominated
Best Female R&B Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won
Best Collaboration "Crazy in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Won
Viewer's Choice Award Nominated
2005 Best Group Destiny's Child Won [93]
Best Female R&B Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
Best Collaboration "Soldier" (featuring T.I. and Lil Wayne) Nominated
Viewer's Choice Award Nominated
2006 Video of the Year "Check on It" (featuring Bun B and Slim Thug) Nominated [94]
Best Collaboration Nominated
Best Group Destiny's Child Nominated
2007 Best Female R&B Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won [95]
Video of the Year "Beautiful Liar" (with Shakira) Nominated
"Irreplaceable" Won
Viewer's Choice Award Nominated
Best Collaboration "Déjà Vu" (featuring Jay-Z) Nominated
"Upgrade U" (featuring Jay-Z) Nominated
2009 Video of the Year "If I Were a Boy" Nominated [96]
"Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" Won
Best Actress Cadillac Records and Obsessed Nominated
Best Female R&B Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won
Viewer's Choice Award "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" Nominated
2010 Best Female R&B Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [97]
Video of the Year "Video Phone" (featuring Lady Gaga) Won
Best Collaboration Nominated
Viewer's Choice Award "Sweet Dreams" Nominated
2011 Best Female R&B Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [98]
2012 Video Director of the Year[d] Won [99]
Best Female R&B Artist Won
Video of the Year "Countdown" Nominated
"Love on Top" Nominated
Viewer's Choice Award Nominated
Best Collaboration "Party" (remix) (featuring J. Cole) Nominated
2013 Best Female R&B Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [100]
2014 Best Female R&B Artist Won [101]
FANdemonium Award Won
Video of the Year "Partition" Nominated
"Drunk in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Nominated
Best Collaboration Won
Viewer's Choice Award Nominated
2015 Video Director of the Year[e] Beyoncé Knowles Won [102]
Best Female R&B Artist Won
Video of the Year "7/11" Won
Viewer's Choice Award Nominated
2016 Best Female R&B Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won [103]
FANdemonium Award Won
Video of the Year "Formation" Won
Viewer's Choice Award Won
Centric Award Won
Best Collaboration "Feeling Myself" (Nicki Minaj featuring Beyoncé) Nominated
2017 Best Female R&B Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won [104]
Album of the Year Lemonade Won
Video of the Year "Sorry" Won
Video Director of the Year[f] Won
Viewer's Choice Award Won
Best Collaboration "Freedom" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Nominated
"Shining" (DJ Khaled featuring Beyoncé and Jay-Z) Nominated
2018 Best Female R&B Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won [105]
Best Collaboration "Top Off" (DJ Khaled featuring Jay-Z, Future and Beyoncé) Nominated
2019 Best Female R&B Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won [106]
Album of the Year Everything is Love Nominated
Video of the Year "Apeshit" (with Jay Z) Nominated
Best Group The Carters Nominated
2020 Humanitarian Award Beyoncé Knowles Won [107]
Best Female R&B/Pop Artist Nominated
Album of the Year Homecoming: The Live Album Nominated
Best Movie Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé Nominated
HER Award "Brown Skin Girl"
(Beyoncé, Saint Jhn and Wizkid featuring Blue Ivy Carter)
Won
BET Hip Hop Awards 2015 Best Hip Hop Video "Feeling Myself" (Nicki Minaj featuring Beyoncé) Nominated [108]
Best Collaboration, Duo or Group Nominated
2018 Single of the Year "Apeshit" (with Jay Z) Won [109]
Best Collaboration, Duo or Group Won
Album of the Year Everything is Love Won
2019 Hot Ticket Performer The Carters Nominated [110]
2020 Song of the Year "Savage" (remix)
(Megan Thee Stallion featuring Beyoncé)
Nominated [111]
Best Collaboration Won
Sweet 16: Best Featured Verse Won
Billboard Latin Music Awards 2018 Crossover Artist of the Year Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [112]
Hot Latin Song of the Year "Mi Gente"
(J Balvin and Willy William featuring Beyoncé)
Nominated
Hot Latin Song of the Year, Vocal Event Nominated
Airplay Song of the Year Nominated
Digital Song of the Year Nominated
Streaming Song of the Year Nominated
Latin Rhythm Song of the Year Won
Billboard Mid-Year Music Awards 2011 Best Festival Performance Beyoncé at Glastonbury Festival Nominated [113]
Best Awards Show Performance 2011 Billboard Music Awards featuring Beyoncé Won
2012 Best Festival Performance Beyoncé at Glastonbury Festival Nominated [114]
Best Style Beyoncé Knowles Won
2013 First-Half MVP Beyoncé at Glastonbury Festival Nominated [115]
Most Shocking Moment Beyoncé's Lip Sync Performance at Inauguration Won
Best TV Performance Super Bowl XLVII Halftime Show Starring Beyoncé Won
Most Overrated Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
Most Anticipated Event of 2013's Second half The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour and Beyoncé Nominated
2014 Best Style Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [116]
First-Half MVP Won
Best Tour The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour Nominated
Most Anticipated Event of 2014's Second Half On the Run Tour Won
Favorite No. 1 Billboard 200 Album Beyoncé Won
Best Music Video "Part II (On the Run)" (Jay-Z featuring Beyoncé) Nominated
Billboard Music Awards 2000 Artist of the Year Destiny's Child Won [117]
Top Duo/Group of the Year Won
Hot 100 Singles Artist of the Year Won
Hot 100 Singles Duo or Group of the Year Won
2001 Artist of the Year Won [118]
Female Artist of the Year Won
Artist of the Year – Top Duo/Group Won
Hot 100 Singles Artist of the Year Won
Female Hot 100 Singles Artist of the Year Won
Hot 100 Singles Artist of the Year – Duo/Group Won
R&B/Hip-Hop Artist of the Year – Duo/Group Won
Top Soundtrack of the Year "Independent Women Part I" Won
2003 Top New Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won [119]
Top Hot 100 Female Artist Won
Top New R&B/Hip-Hop Artist Won
Top Female R&B/Hip-Hop Artist of the Year Nominated
Top Female Artist of the Year Nominated
Hot 100 Award for Most Weeks at No. 1 "Crazy in Love" (featuring Jay-Z)
and "Baby Boy"
Won
2004 Artist Achievement Award Destiny's Child Won [120]
Top Female Artist of the Year Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
Top Female R&B/Hip-Hop Artist of the Year Nominated
2005 Top Billboard 200 Album Group of the Year Destiny's Child Nominated [121]
Top Hot 100 Group of the Year Nominated
R&B/Hip-Hop Artist of the Year Nominated
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Group of the Year Won
2006 Female Artist of the Year Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [122]
Female R&B/Hip-Hop Artist of the Year Nominated
Artist of the Year Nominated
Hot 100 Airplay Single "Check on It" (featuring Bun B and Slim Thug) Nominated
2011 Millenium Award Beyoncé Knowles Won [123]
Top Dance Song "Telephone" (Lady Gaga featuring Beyoncé) Nominated
2012 Top R&B Album 4 Won [124]
Top R&B Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
FAN Award – Most Favorite Artist Nominated
FAN Award – Most Influential Style Nominated
2014 Top Female Artist Nominated [125]
Top Billboard 200 Artist Nominated
Top Touring Artist Nominated
Top R&B Artist Nominated
Top Billboard 200 Album Beyoncé Nominated
Top R&B Album Nominated
Top R&B Song "Drunk in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Nominated
2015 Top R&B Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [126]
Top R&B Album Beyoncé Nominated
2017 Top Billboard 200 Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [127]
Top Artist Nominated
Top Female Artist Won
Top Touring Artist Won
Top R&B Artist Won
Top Billboard 200 Album Lemonade Nominated
Top R&B Album Won
Top R&B Tour The Formation World Tour Won
2018 Top R&B Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [128]
Top Latin Song "Mi Gente"
(J Balvin and Willy William featuring Beyoncé)
Nominated
2019 Top Touring Artist The Carters Nominated [129]
Top R&B Tour Won
Top Rap Tour Won
2020 Top R&B Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [130]
Top R&B Album Homecoming: The Live Album Nominated
Billboard Power 100 2012 Music Power Players Honored Beyoncé Knowles & Jay-Z Won [131]
2014 Won [132]
2020 Beyoncé Knowles & Parkwood Entertainment Won [133]
Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Awards 2004 Top R&B/Hip-Hop New Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won [134]
Top Female R&B/Hip-Hop Artist Won
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Album Dangerously in Love Nominated
Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Power Player List 2017 R&B/Hip-Hop Power Player Beyoncé Knowles as CEO of Parkwood Entertainment Won [135]
2018 Won [136]
2019 Executive of the Year Won [137]
Billboard Touring Awards 2013 Concert Marketing & Promotion Award The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour Nominated [138]
Eventful Fans' Choice Award Nominated
2016 Top Draw Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [139]
Top Tour The Formation World Tour Nominated
Concert Marketing & Promotion Award Nominated
2018 Top Draw The Carters Nominated [140]
Top Tour On the Run II Tour Nominated
Top World Tour Nominated
Billboard Women in Music 2009 Woman of the Year Beyoncé Knowles Won [141]
BEFFTA Awards[g] 2009 Best International Act Won [143]
2010 Nominated
2014 Nominated
2015 Nominated
2016 Nominated
Black Reel Awards 2001 Outstanding Original Song "Independent Women Part I" Nominated [119]
2003 "Work It Out" Nominated
Outstanding Breakthrough Performance Austin Powers in Goldmember Nominated
2004 Outstanding Original Song "He Still Loves Me" (featuring Walter Williams) Won [144]
Outstanding Original Soundtrack The Fighting Temptations Won
Outstanding Actress Nominated
2007 Dreamgirls Nominated [145]
[146]
Outstanding Original Song "Listen" Nominated
Outstanding Original Soundtrack Dreamgirls: Music from the Motion Picture Won
2014 Outstanding Voice Performance Epic Nominated [147]
2015 Outstanding Television Documentary or Special On the Run Tour: Beyoncé and Jay-Z Nominated [148]
2017 Beyoncé: Lemonade Won [149]
2019 Homecoming Nominated [150]
Outstanding Original Song "Spirit" Nominated
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards 2001 Favorite Group of the Year Destiny's Child Won [151]
[152]
Favorite Group — R&B Won
Favorite Group — Pop Nominated
Favorite Single "Say My Name" Nominated
Favorite Song From a Movie "Independent Women Part I" Nominated
Bravo Fashion Queen Gag Award 2013 Ultimate Gag Award Beyoncé Knowles Won [153]
Bravo Otto 2000 Best Shooting Star Female Destiny's Child Won [154]
2001 Best Pop Band Won [155]
2006 Best Singer Beyoncé Knowles Won [156]
BreakTudo Awards 2018 Album of the Year Everything Is Love Nominated [157]
Hit of the Year "Perfect Duet" (with Ed Sheeran) Nominated
2019 Album of the Year Homecoming: The Live Album Won [158]
Best Soundtrack Music "Spirit" Won
2020 Collaboration of the Year "Already" (with Shatta Wale and Major Lazer) Won [159]
BRIT Awards 2002 Best International Group Destiny's Child Won [160]
2004 Best International Album Dangerously in Love Nominated [161]
Best International Female Solo Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won
2007 Nominated [162]
2009 Nominated [163]
2012 Nominated [164]
2015 Nominated [165]
2016 British Video of the Year "Runnin' (Lose It All)"
(Naughty Boy featuring Beyoncé and Arrow Benjamin)
Eliminated [166]
2017 Best International Female Solo Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won [167]
2019 Best International Group The Carters Won [168]
BuzzAngle Music Awards 2016 Best Female Urban Artist of the Year (Overall) Beyoncé Knowles Won [169]
Best Female Urban Artist of the Year (Album Sales Artists) Won
Camerimage Awards 2018 Best Music Video "Apeshit" (with Jay Z) Nominated [170]
Best Cinematography in a Music Video Nominated
Canada COSA Awards[h] 2011 Best Full Market Launch Heat Won [171]
Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity 2016 Excellence in Music Video "Formation" Gran Prix [172]
"Runnin' (Lose It All)"
(Naughty Boy featuring Beyoncé and Arrow Benjamin)
Bronze Lion
Capital FM Awards 2004 Best International Solo Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won [119]
2008 Capital Icon Award Destiny's Child Won
Capri Hollywood International Film Festival 2020 Best Original Song "Spirit" Won [173]
Capricho Awards 2007 Most Stylish International Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won [174]
2013 Best Show in Brazil Beyoncé Knowles Won [175]
CASH Golden Sail Most Performed Works Awards 2004 Best English Pop Work "Crazy in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Won [176]
Channel [V] Thailand Music Video Awards 2011 Popular International Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won [177]
Cinema Eye Honors 2019 Broadcast Film Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé Nominated [178]
Clio Awards 2016 Best Music Video "Formation" Gold [179]
2017 "Sorry" Gold [180]
2018 "Apeshit" (with Jay Z) Silver [181]
Cosmetic Executive Women 2011 Fragrance of the Year (mass) Heat Won [182]
Creative Circle Awards 2016 Best Music Promo Film "Runnin' (Lose It All)"
(Naughty Boy featuring Beyoncé and Arrow Benjamin)
Bronze [183]
Critics' Choice Movie Awards 2006 Best Song "Listen" Won [184]
Best Original Soundtrack Dreamgirls: Music from the Motion Picture Won
Best Acting Ensemble Dreamgirls Nominated
2020 Best Song "Spirit" Nominated [185]
Cyworld Digital Music Awards 2009 International Artist of the Month - September Beyoncé Knowles Won [186]
International Artist of the Month - October Won [187]
Cosmopolitan Awards 2006 Fun, Fearless Female of the Year Won [188]
The Daily Californian Art Awards 2016 Best Music Video Beyoncé: Lemonade Won [189]
Best Billboard Top 10 Single "Sorry" Runner-up
2018 Best Music Video "Apeshit" (with Jay Z) Runner-up [190]
2019 Best Song "Brown Skin Girl"
(Beyoncé, Saint Jhn and Wizkid featuring Blue Ivy Carter)
Won [191]
2020 "Savage" (remix)
(Megan Thee Stallion featuring Beyoncé)
Runner-up [192]
Danish Music Awards 2016 International Album of the Year Lemonade Nominated [193]
Digital Spy Awards 2009 Best Moment Alexandra Burke & Beyoncé in The X Factor Won [194]
Dorian Awards 2015 TV Musical Performance of the Year Beyoncé's 2014 MTV Video Music Awards Medley Performance Nominated [195]
2017 Beyoncé's 2016 MTV Video Music Awards Medley Performance Nominated [196]
Beyoncé Knowles Wilde Artist of the Year Nominated
Douban Abilu Music Awards 2017 International Pop Album of the Year Lemonade Won [197]
Duftstars Awards 2011 Best Lifestyle Damen Heat Won [198]
E! Awards 2021 Fashion Hall of Fame Beyoncé Knowles Inducted [199]
Echo Music Prize 2002 Best International Pop/Rock Group Destiny's Child Won [200]
2017 Best International Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
Edison Award 2000 Best R&B Act Destiny's Child Won [201]
2001 Best International Group Won
Effie Awards 2014 Entertainment & Sports Welcoming Beyonce to the World's Biggest Stage Bronze [202]
EMMA Awards 2001 International Music Act Destiny's Child Won [119]
Emmy Awards 2013 Outstanding Short-Format Live-Action Entertainment Program Super Bowl XLVII Halftime Show Starring Beyoncé Nominated [203]
2015 Outstanding Special Class Program On the Run Tour: Beyoncé and Jay-Z Nominated
2016 Outstanding Variety, Music, or Comedy Special Beyoncé: Lemonade Nominated
Outstanding Directing for a Variety Special Nominated
2019 Outstanding Variety Special (Pre-Recorded) Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé Nominated
Outstanding Directing for a Variety Special Nominated
Outstanding Music Direction Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special Nominated
FiFi Awards 2005 Best National Advertising Campaign: TV True Star Won [204]
2011 Media Campaign of the Year Heat Nominated [205]
2012 Fragrance of the Year Beyoncé Pulse Nominated [206]
Packaging of the Year Nominated
Consumer Choice Award Nominated
FSEA Gold Leaf Awards[i] 2011 Most Difficult Application of Foil Stamping Heat Gold [208]
GAFFA Awards (Denmark) 2016 Best International Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won [209]
GAFFA Awards (Norway) 2019 Best Foreign Group The Carters Won [210]
GAFFA Awards (Sweden) 2016 Best International Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won [211]
Best International Album Lemonade Won
2019 Best Foreign Group The Carters Nominated [212]
International Hit of the Year "Apeshit" (with Jay Z) Nominated
International Album of the Year Everything is Love Nominated
GLAAD Media Award 2019 GLAAD Vanguard Award Beyoncé Knowles Won [213]
Glamour Awards 2005 Band of the Year Destiny's Child Won [214]
2007 International Solo Artist of the Year Beyoncé Knowles Won [215]
Glammy Awards 2009 Best Beauty Personality Won [216]
Golden Boot Awards 2017 Most Unforgettable Moment of the Year Dixie Chicks and Beyoncé at the 2016 CMA Awards Won [217]
Collaboration of the Year "Daddy Lessons" (remix) (featuring Dixie Chicks) Won
Golden Globe Awards 2006 Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical Dreamgirls Nominated [218]
Best Original Song "Listen" Nominated
2008 "Once in a Lifetime" Nominated [219]
2020 "Spirit" Nominated [220]
Golden Raspberry Awards 2009 Worst Actress Obsessed Nominated [221]
Golden Spirit Award 2007 Best Soundtrack Album Dreamgirls: Music from the Motion Picture Won [222]
Grammis Awards 2012 Best International Album 4 Nominated [223]
Grammy Awards 2000 Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal "Bills, Bills, Bills" Nominated [224]
Best Rhythm & Blues Song Nominated
2001 Record of the Year "Say My Name" Nominated
Song of the Year Nominated
Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal Won
Best R&B Song Won
Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media "Independent Women Part I" Nominated
2002 Best R&B Album Survivor Nominated
Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal "Survivor" Won
2004 Best Contemporary R&B Album Dangerously in Love Won
Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals "The Closer I Get to You" (with Luther Vandross) Won
Record of the Year "Crazy in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Nominated
Best R&B Song Won
Best Rap/Sung Collaboration Won
Best Female R&B Vocal Performance "Dangerously in Love 2" Won
2005 Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals "Lose My Breath" Nominated
2006 Best Contemporary R&B Album Destiny Fulfilled Nominated
Best Female R&B Vocal Performance "Wishing on a Star" Nominated
Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals "Cater 2 U" Nominated
Best R&B Song Nominated
Best Rap/Sung Collaboration "Soldier" (featuring T.I. and Lil Wayne) Nominated
Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals "So Amazing" (with Stevie Wonder) Won
2007 Best Contemporary R&B Album B'Day Won
Best Female R&B Vocal Performance "Ring the Alarm" Nominated
Best R&B Song "Déjà Vu" (featuring Jay-Z) Nominated
Best Rap/Sung Collaboration Nominated
2008 Best Compilation Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media Dreamgirls: Music from the Motion Picture Nominated
Record of the Year "Irreplaceable" Nominated
Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals "Beautiful Liar" (with Shakira) Nominated
2009 Best Female R&B Vocal Performance "Me, Myself and I" (live version) Nominated
2010 Album of the Year I Am... Sasha Fierce Nominated
Best Contemporary R&B Album Won
Record of the Year "Halo" Nominated
Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Won
Song of the Year "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" Won
Best R&B Song Won
Best Female R&B Vocal Performance Won
Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance "At Last" Won
Best Rap/Sung Collaboration "Ego" (remix) (featuring Kanye West) Nominated
Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media "Once in a Lifetime" Nominated
2011 Album of the Year The Fame Monster (as featured artist) Nominated
Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals "Telephone" (Lady Gaga featuring Beyoncé) Nominated
Best Female Pop Vocal Performance "Halo" (live version) Nominated
2012 Best Long Form Music Video I Am... World Tour Nominated
Best Rap/Sung Collaboration "Party" (featuring André 3000) Nominated
2013 Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance "Love on Top" Won
2014 Best Rap/Sung Collaboration "Part II (On the Run)" (Jay-Z featuring Beyoncé) Nominated
2015 Album of the Year Beyoncé Nominated
Best Surround Sound Album Won
Best Urban Contemporary Album Nominated
Best Music Film Beyoncé & Jay Z: On the Run Tour Nominated
Best R&B Performance "Drunk in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Won
Best R&B Song Won
2017 Album of the Year Lemonade Nominated
Best Urban Contemporary Album Won
Best Music Film Nominated
Record of the Year "Formation" Nominated
Song of the Year Nominated
Best Music Video Won
Best Rock Performance "Don't Hurt Yourself" (featuring Jack White) Nominated
Best Pop Solo Performance "Hold Up" Nominated
Best Rap/Sung Performance "Freedom" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Nominated
2018 "Family Feud" (Jay-Z featuring Beyoncé) Nominated
2019 Best Music Video "Apeshit" (with Jay Z) Nominated
Best R&B Performance "Summer" Nominated
Best Urban Contemporary Album Everything Is Love Won
2020 Best Pop Vocal Album The Lion King: The Gift Nominated
Best Pop Solo Performance "Spirit" Nominated
Best Song Written for Visual Media Nominated
Best Music Film Homecoming Won
2021 Record of the Year "Savage" (remix)
(Megan Thee Stallion featuring Beyoncé)
Nominated
"Black Parade" Nominated
Song of the Year Nominated
Best R&B Performance Won
Best R&B Song Nominated
Best Rap Performance "Savage" (remix)
(Megan Thee Stallion featuring Beyoncé)
Won
Best Rap Song Won
Best Music Video "Brown Skin Girl"
(Beyoncé, Saint Jhn and Wizkid featuring Blue Ivy Carter)
Won
Best Music Film Black Is King Nominated
Grierson Awards 2019 Best Arts or Music Documentary Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé Shortlisted [225]
Grio Awards 2010 Honoree for Musicians Beyoncé Knowles Won [226]
Guild of Music Supervisors Awards 2019 Best Song Written and/or Recorded for a Film "Spirit" Nominated [227]
GV Music & Fashion Awards[j] 2004 Most Fashionable Music Video "Naughty Girl" Won [229]
Hawaii Film Critics Society Awards 2020 Best Original Song "Spirit" Nominated [230]
HipHopDX Awards 2017 Video of the Year Lemonade Won
Hip-Hop Summit Action Network Action Award 2004 Special Youth and Community Empowerment Award Beyoncé Knowles' Family Won
2007 Global Achievement Award for Economic Empowerment Won
Hollywood Music in Media Awards 2019 Best Original Song "Spirit" Nominated
Hong Kong Top Sales Music Awards 2003 Best Foreign Sales Releases Dangerously in Love Won
2005 Destiny Fulfilled Won
2006 #1's Won
Huading Awards 2020 Best Global Original Song "Spirit" Pending
IFPI Awards 2016 Global Top Album of 2016 Lemonade Won
IDA Documentary Awards[k] 2019 Best Music Documentary Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé Won
iHeartRadio Music Awards 2015 Hip-Hop/R&B Song of the Year "Flawless" (featuring Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie) Nominated [231]
"Drunk in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Nominated
Best Fan Army BeyHive Nominated
2016 R&B Artist of the Year Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [232]
2017 Nominated [233]
R&B Song of the Year "Sorry" Nominated
Best Music Video "Formation" Nominated
Best Fan Army BeyHive Nominated
2018 Fan Fave Video "Apeshit" (with Jay Z) Nominated [234]
Best Direction Nominated
Best Hip Hop Artist or Group The Carters Nominated
Best Remix "Mi Gente"
(J Balvin and Willy William featuring Beyoncé)
Nominated
2020 R&B Song of the Year "Before I Let Go" Nominated [235]
2021 Hip-Hop Song of the Year "Savage" (remix)
(Megan Thee Stallion featuring Beyoncé)
Pending [236]
Best Collaboration Pending
Industry Dance Awards 2013 Favorite Dance Performance on Television Beyoncé's Super Bowl Halftime Show Won
2014 Favorite Pop Star Beyoncé Knowles Won
International Hologram Manufacturers Association Awards 2011 Best Applied Decorative Product Beyoncé Pulse Won
International Dance Music Awards 2001 Best Urban Dance Track "Independent Women Part I" Won
2004 Best R&B/Urban Dance Track "Crazy in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Won [237]
2007 "Déjà Vu" (featuring Jay-Z) Won [238]
Best Pop Dance Track Nominated
Best Rap/Hip-Hop Track "Check on It" (featuring Bun B and Slim Thug) Nominated
2009 Best R&B/Urban Dance Track "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" Nominated [239]
2010 "Sweet Dreams" Nominated [240]
Best Solo Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
2011 Best Music Video "Telephone" (Lady Gaga featuring Beyoncé) Nominated [241]
2012 Best R&B/Urban Dance Track "Run the World (Girls)" Nominated [242]
2015 "Flawless" (featuring Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie) Nominated [243]
Italian Music Awards 2003 Best International Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
Ivor Novello Awards 2008 Best-selling British Single "Beautiful Liar" (with Shakira) Won
Japan Gold Disc Award 2001 International Music Video of the year (Short Form) The Platinum's on the Wall Won
2005 International Rock & Pop Album of the Year Destiny Fulfilled Won
2006 #1's Won
Movie Artist Won
2008 Soundtrack Album of the Year Dreamgirls: Music from the Motion Picture Won
J-Wave Tokio Awards 2001 Best Group Destiny's Child Won
2003 Best Song "Crazy in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Won
JIM Awards 2014 Best Live Act Beyoncé Knowles Won
2015 Best Female International Nominated
Best Urban Won
Best Live Act Nominated
Kingsizegala 2015 This year's Foreign Soul/R&B Won
Kinsale Sharks Awards 2015 Best International Music Video "Formation" Won
Kora Awards 2012 Best Female African-American Artist of the Diaspora Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
Latina Beauty Awards 2014 Styling Product for Holding your Style Rise Won
Latin American Music Awards 2018 Single of the Year "Mi Gente"
(J Balvin and Willy William featuring Beyoncé)
Nominated [244]
Favorite Urban Song Nominated
Latin Grammy Awards 2007 Record of the Year "Beautiful Liar" (with Shakira) Nominated
2018 Best Urban Fusion/Performance "Mi Gente"
(J Balvin and Willy William featuring Beyoncé)
Nominated
Latin Music Italian Awards 2017 Best Latin Collaboration of the Year Nominated
Lift Effects Star Award[l] 2015 Honoree Beyoncé Knowles Won
London International Awards 2016 Best Music Video "Formation" Bronze
Lo Nuestro Awards 2008 Breakout Artist or Group of the Year Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
Los Premios 40 Principales 2008 Career Achievement Award Won
2009 Best International Artist Nominated
2016 Best International Video "Runnin' (Lose It All)"
(Naughty Boy featuring Beyoncé and Arrow Benjamin)
Nominated
Best Tour The Formation World Tour Nominated
2018 Best International Song "Perfect Duet" (with Ed Sheeran) Nominated
Love Perfume? Awards 2011 Best Celebrity Launch Heat Won
Lunas del Auditorio 2014 Best Foreign Language Pop Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won
McDonald's 2001 Caring Hands, Caring Hearts Award Destiny's Child Won [245]
Meteor Ireland Music Award 2004 Best Female Singer Beyoncé Knowles Won [246]
2009 Best International Female Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [247]
MOBO Awards 1999 Best International R&B Act Destiny's Child Won [119]
2001 Best Single "Independent Women Part I" Won
2003 Best R&B Act Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [248]
Best Video "Crazy in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Nominated
Best Single Nominated
Best Album Dangerously in Love Nominated
2004 Best R&B Act Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [249]
2006 Best Song "Déjà Vu" (featuring Jay-Z) Won [250]
Best Video Won
Best R&B Act Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
Best International Female Artist Won
2009 Best Video "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" Won [251]
Best Album I Am... Sasha Fierce Nominated
Best International Act Beyoncé Knowles Won
2011 Nominated [252]
2012 Nominated [253]
2014 Won [254]
2016 Nominated [255]
Best Song "Runnin' (Lose It All)"
(Naughty Boy featuring Beyoncé and Arrow Benjamin)
Nominated
MP3 Music Awards 2009 BFV Award/Best Female Vocalist "Sweet Dreams" Won [256]
MTV Africa Music Awards 2009 Best R&B Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [257]
2014 Best International Act Nominated
2015 Nominated
2016 Nominated
MTV Asia Awards 2004 Favorite Female Artist Nominated
2006 Special Achievement in Popular Music Destiny's Child Won
MTV Australia Awards 2005 Best R&B Video "Naughty Girl" Nominated
Sexiest Video Nominated
2007 Video of the Year "Irreplaceable" Nominated
Best Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
Best Hook-Up "Déjà Vu" (featuring Jay-Z) Nominated
Sexiest Video Nominated
2009 Video of the Year "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" Nominated
Best Moves Nominated
MTV Europe Music Awards 2002 Best R&B Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [258]
2003 Won [259]
Best Female Nominated
Best Song "Crazy in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Won
2004 Best Female Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [260]
Best R&B Nominated
Best Album Dangerously in Love Nominated
2006 Best Female Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [261]
Best R&B Nominated
2007 Ultimate Urban Nominated [262]
[263]
Headliner of the Year Nominated
Most Addictive Track "Beautiful Liar" (with Shakira) Nominated
2008 Ultimate Urban Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [264]
2009 Best Live Act Nominated [265]
Best Female Won
Best Song "Halo" Won
Best Video "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" Won
2010 Best Video "Telephone" (Lady Gaga featuring Beyoncé) Nominated [266]
2011 Best Female Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [267]
[268]
Best North American Act Nominated
Best Video "Run the World (Girls)" Nominated
2013 Best Live Act Beyoncé Knowles Won [269]
2014 Best US Act Nominated [270]
Best Female Nominated
Best Live Act Nominated
Best Video with a Social Message "Pretty Hurts" Won
2015 Best US Act Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [271]
2016 Best US Act Nominated [272]
Best Female Nominated
Best Live Act Nominated
Biggest Fans Nominated
Best Video "Formation" Nominated
2018 "Apeshit" (with Jay Z) Nominated [273]
Best Live Act The Carters Nominated
MTV Millennial Awards 2018 Most Ridiculous of the Year Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
Hit of the Year "Mi Gente"
(J Balvin and Willy William featuring Beyoncé)
Nominated
MTV Movie & TV Awards 2003 Best Breakthrough Performance Austin Powers in Goldmember Nominated
2006 Sexiest Performance The Pink Panther Nominated
2007 Best Breakthrough Performance Dreamgirls Nominated
2010 Best Fight[m] Obsessed Won
2017 Trending Award[n] Lip Sync Battle Won
2021 Best Musical Moment "Brown Skin Girl"
(Beyoncé, Saint Jhn and Wizkid featuring Blue Ivy Carter)
Pending
MTV Video Music Awards 2000 Best Group Video "Say My Name" Nominated [274]
Best Pop Video Nominated
Best R&B Video Won
2001 Best Group Video "Survivor" Nominated [275]
Best Pop Video Nominated
Best R&B Video Won
Best Video from a Film "Independent Women Part I" Nominated
Viewer's Choice Nominated
2003 Best Female Video "Crazy in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Won [276]
Best R&B Video Won
Best Choreography in a Video Won
Viewer's Choice Nominated
2004 Best Female Video "Naughty Girl" Won [277]
Best Dance Video Nominated
Best Cinematography in a Video Nominated
Best Choreography in a Video Nominated
Best R&B Video "Me, Myself and I" Nominated
2006 "Check on It" (featuring Bun B and Slim Thug) Won [278]
2007 Video of the Year "Irreplaceable" Nominated [279]
Most Earthshattering Collaboration "Beautiful Liar" (with Shakira) Won
Best Director Nominated
Best Editing in a Video Nominated
Best Choreography in a Video Nominated
Quadruple Threat of the Year Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
Female Artist of the Year Nominated
2009 Video of the Year "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" Won [280]
Best Female Video Nominated
Best Pop Video Nominated
Best Editing in a Video Won
Best Direction Nominated
Best Special Effects Nominated
Best Art Direction Nominated
Best Cinematography in a Video Nominated
Best Choreography in a Video Won
2010 Video of the Year "Video Phone" (featuring Lady Gaga) Nominated [281]
Best Collaboration Nominated
Best Female Video Nominated
Best Pop Video Nominated
Best Art Direction Nominated
Best Choreography in a Video Nominated
2011 Best Female Video "Run the World (Girls)" Nominated [282]
Best Choreography in a Video Won
Best Cinematography in a Video Nominated
2012 Best Female Video "Love On Top" Nominated [283]
Best Editing in a Video "Countdown" Won
Best Choreography in a Video Nominated
Most Share-Worthy Video Nominated
2013 Best Video with a Social Message "I Was Here" Nominated [284]
2014 Best Female Video "Love On Top" Nominated [285]
Video of the Year "Drunk in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Nominated
Best Collaboration Won
Best Female Video "Partition" Nominated
Best Choreography in a Video Nominated
Best Cinematography in a Video "Pretty Hurts" Won
Best Direction Nominated
Best Editing in a Video Nominated
Best Video with a Social Message Won
Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award Beyoncé Knowles Won
2015 Best Female Video "Love On Top" Nominated [286]
Video of the Year "7/11" Nominated
Best Pop Video Nominated
Best Female Video Nominated
Best Choreography in a Video Nominated
Best Editing in a Video Won
2016 Best Female Video "Love On Top" Nominated [287]
Video of the Year "Formation" Won
Best Pop Video Won
Best Direction Won
Best Cinematography in a Video Won
Best Editing in a Video Won
Best Choreography in a Video Won
"Sorry" Nominated
Best Female Video "Hold Up" Won
Best Art Direction Nominated
Best Collaboration "Freedom" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Nominated
Breakthrough Long Form Video Beyoncé: Lemonade Won
2018 Video of the Year "Apeshit" (with Jay Z) Nominated [288]
Best Collaboration Nominated
Best Hip-Hop Video Nominated
Best Cinematography in a Video Won
Best Editing in a Video Nominated
Best Direction in a Video Nominated
Best Choreography in a Video Nominated
Best Art Direction Won
Best Visual Effects "Walk on Water" (with Eminem) Nominated
2020 Song of SUmmer "Savage" (remix)
(Megan Thee Stallion featuring Beyoncé)
Nominated [289]
MTV Video Music Awards Japan 2002 Best Video from a Film "Independent Women Part I" Nominated
2003 "Work It Out" Nominated
2004 Best Female Video "Crazy in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Nominated
Best Collaboration Won
2006 Best R&B Video "Stand Up for Love" Nominated
Inspiration Award Destiny's Child Won
2007 Best Video from a Film "Listen" Nominated
2009 Best Female Video "If I Were a Boy" Nominated
2010 Best Collaboration "Telephone" (Lady Gaga featuring Beyoncé) Nominated
2012 Best Pop Video "Run the World (Girls)" Nominated
Best Choreography Nominated
2014 Best Album of the Year Beyoncé Nominated
Best Female Video "Drunk in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Nominated
Best R&B Video Nominated
2016 Best Album of the Year Lemonade Won
Best Female Video "Formation" Nominated
MTV Video Music Brazil Awards 2004 Best International Video "Baby Boy" (featuring Sean Paul) Nominated [290]
2005 "Lose My Breath" Nominated [291]
2009 Best International Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [292]
2010 Nominated [293]
2011 Nominated [294]
MTV Video Play Awards 2007 Most Played Music Video of The Year "Beautiful Liar" (with Shakira) Won
2011 "Telephone" (Lady Gaga featuring Beyoncé) Won
2012 "Best Thing I Never Had" Won
"Run the World (Girls)" Won
2016 "Sorry" Won
"Hymn for the Weekend" (Coldplay featuring Beyoncé) Won
MTV Italian Music Awards[o] 2004 First Lady of TRL Beyoncé Knowles Won
2005 Walk This Way Destiny's Child Won
2009 First Lady of TRL Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
Nokia Playlist Generation "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" Won
2014 Vogue Eyewear Best Look Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
Artist Saga Award Nominated
2015 Nominated
Top Instagram Star Nominated
#MTVAwardsStar Nominated
2016 Artist Saga Award Nominated
#MTVAwardsStar Nominated
2017 Artist Saga Award Nominated
MTV Woodies 2014 Did It My Way Won
Much Music Video Awards 2003 Best International Artist Video "Work It Out" Nominated
2004 "Crazy in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Won
Favourite International Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
2007 Best International Artist Video "Beautiful Liar" (with Shakira) Nominated
2009 "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" Nominated
2010 "Telephone" (Lady Gaga featuring Beyoncé) Won
Favourite International Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
2011 Best Watched Video "Why Don't You Love Me" Nominated
2004 Best International Artist Video "Run the World (Girls)" Nominated
Best Watched Video "Countdown" Nominated
2014 Best International Artist Video "Drunk in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Nominated
2017 Favourite International Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
2018 Fan Fave Video "Apeshit" (with Jay Z) Nominated
Best Direction Nominated
Best Hip Hop Artist or Group The Carters Nominated
Music Choice Awards 2007 Most Demanded ’07 Artist of the Year Beyoncé Knowles Won
Myx Music Awards 2011 Favorite International Video "Telephone" (Lady Gaga featuring Beyoncé) Nominated
2015 "Drunk in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Nominated
Mü-Yap Turkish Music Industry Awards 2008 Best Single "Beautiful Liar" (with Shakira) Won
NAACP Image Awards 2000 Outstanding Duo or Group Destiny's Child Won
2001 Won
2002 Won
2004 Entertainer of the Year Beyoncé Knowles Won
Outstanding Female Artist Nominated
Outstanding New Artist Nominated
Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture The Fighting Temptations Nominated
Outstanding Song "Crazy in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Nominated
Outstanding Music Video Nominated
2005 Outstanding Duo or Group Destiny's Child Won
2006 Won
2007 Outstanding Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture Dreamgirls Nominated
Outstanding Album Dreamgirls: Music from the Motion Picture Won
B'Day Nominated
Outstanding Song "Irreplaceable" Nominated
Outstanding Music Video Nominated
2008 Outstanding Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
Outstanding Music Video "Beautiful Liar" (with Shakira) Nominated
2009 Outstanding Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won
Outstanding Album I Am... Sasha Fierce Nominated
Outstanding Song "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" Nominated
Outstanding Music Video Nominated
"If I Were a Boy" Nominated
2010 Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture Cadillac Records Nominated
2011 Outstanding Variety – Series or Special I Am... World Tour Nominated
Outstanding Music Video "Why Don't You Love Me" Nominated
2012 Outstanding Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
Outstanding Album 4 Nominated
Outstanding Song "Best Thing I Never Had" Nominated
Outstanding Music Video "I Was Here" Nominated
2014 Entertainer of the Year Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
Outstanding Female Artist Won
Outstanding Documentary Life Is But a Dream Nominated
2015 Entertainer of the Year Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
Outstanding Female Artist Won
Outstanding Variety – Series or Special On the Run Tour: Beyoncé and Jay-Z Nominated
Outstanding Album Beyoncé: Platinum Edition Nominated
Outstanding Song "Pretty Hurts" Nominated
Outstanding Music Video Nominated
2017 Entertainer of the Year Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
Outstanding Female Artist Won
Outstanding Variety – Series or Special Beyoncé: Lemonade Nominated
Outstanding Album Lemonade Won
Outstanding Duo, Group or Collaboration "Freedom" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Won
Outstanding Song Won
"Formation" Nominated
Outstanding Music Video Won
2018 Outstanding Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
2019 Entertainer of the Year Won
Outstanding Music Video "Apeshit" (with Jay Z) Nominated
Outstanding Album Everything is Love Nominated
Outstanding Duo or Group Nominated
2020 Outstanding Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won
Outstanding Variety – Series or Special Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé Won
Outstanding Documentary Nominated
Outstanding Album Homecoming: The Live Album Won
Outstanding Song - Contemporary "Before I Let Go" Won
Outstanding Song - Traditional "Spirit" Won
Outstanding Duo, Group or Collaboration "Brown Skin Girl"
(Beyoncé, Saint Jhn and Wizkid featuring Blue Ivy Carter)
Won
Outstanding Soundtrack/Compilation Album The Lion King: The Gift Won
2021 Outstanding Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won
Outstanding Variety Show Black Is King Nominated
Outstanding Directing in a Television Movie or Special Nominated
Outstanding Music Video/Visual Album Nominated
"Brown Skin Girl"
(Beyoncé, Saint Jhn and Wizkid featuring Blue Ivy Carter)
Won
Outstanding Soul/R&B Song "Black Parade" Nominated
Outstanding Hip Hop/Rap Song "Savage" (remix)
(Megan Thee Stallion featuring Beyoncé)
Won
Outstanding Duo, Group or Collaboration (Contemporary) Won
NAMIC Vision Award[p] 2017 Variety/Talk Show Beyoncé: Lemonade Won
Napster Awards 2014 Artist of the Year Beyoncé Knowles Won [295]
National Film Awards UK 2019 Best Performance in an Animated Movie The Lion King Won
Best Documentary Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé Nominated
New York Association of Black Journalists 2012 Arts & Entertainment Magazine Category Beyoncé Knowles in Essence Gold [296]
New York Music Awards 2011 Best Pop Collaboration "Telephone" (Lady Gaga featuring Beyoncé) Won
Best Pop Video Won
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2003 Favorite Female Butt Kicker Austin Powers in Goldmember Nominated [297]
2004 Favorite Female Singer Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [298]
Favorite Song "Crazy in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Nominated
2005 Favorite Female Singer Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [299]
2007 Won [300]
Favorite Song "Irreplaceable" Won
2008 Favorite Female Singer Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [301]
2009 Favorite Song "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" Won [302]
Favorite Female Singer Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
2010 Nominated [303]
2015 Nominated [304]
2017 Best Music Video "Formation" Nominated [305]
Favorite Female Singer Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
2018 Nominated [306]
2019 Nominated [307]
2020 Nominated [308]
Favorite Female Voice from an Animated Movie The Lion King Won
2021 Favorite Female Singer Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [309]
Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards 2010 Favorite Song "Telephone" (Lady Gaga featuring Beyoncé) Nominated [310]
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards Brazil 2016 Girl Power Beyoncé Knowles Won
Nickelodeon UK Kids' Choice Awards 2007 Best Music Video "Listen" Nominated
NME Awards 2010 Hero of the Year Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [311]
2012 Best Video "Countdown" Nominated [312]
2017 Best Album Lemonade Nominated [313]
Music Moment of the Year Nominated
Best Video "Formation" Nominated
Best International Female Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
Hero of the Year Won
2020 Best Music Film Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé Nominated [314]
Norwegian Cosmetic Award 2011 Best Lifestyle Fragrance Heat Won
NRJ Music Awards 2001 International Duo/Group Destiny's Child Won
Best Soundtrack Song "Independent Women Part I" Won
2004 International Female Artist of the Year Beyoncé Knowles Won
Best R&B Won
2007 Best Song in a Film "Listen" Nominated
2010 NRJ Award of Honor Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
International Album of the Year I Am... Sasha Fierce Nominated
2011 Music Video of the Year "Telephone" (Lady Gaga featuring Beyoncé) Won
International Collaboration of the Year Nominated
2012 International Female Artist of the Year Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
2014 Nominated
2016 Nominated
The One Show Awards 2014 Young Guns Beyoncé Knowles' Vogue Motion Cover Gold
2017 Cultural Driver Award "Formation" Gold
Best Music Video Gold
Online Film Critics Society 2020 Best Non-Theatrical Releases Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé Won
Outstanding Merchandising Achievement Awards 2011 Display of the Year Heat's Counter Display Bronze
Peabody Award 2004 Entertainment Lemonade Won
People's Choice Awards 2004 Favorite Female Performer Beyoncé Knowles Won
2008 Favorite Female Singer Nominated [315]
Favorite Pop Song "Irreplaceable" Nominated
Favorite R&B Song "Beautiful Liar" (with Shakira) Nominated
2009 Favorite Star Under 35 Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [316]
2010 Favorite Female Artist Nominated [317]
Favorite R&B Artist Nominated
2011 Favorite R&B Artist Nominated [318]
Favorite Pop Artist Nominated
Favorite Music Video "Telephone" (Lady Gaga featuring Beyoncé) Nominated
Favorite Song Nominated
2012 Favorite Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [319]
Favorite Pop Artist Nominated
Favorite R&B Artist Nominated
Favorite Album of the Year 4 Nominated
Favorite Music Video "Run the World (Girls)" Nominated
2013 Favorite R&B Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [320]
2015 Favorite Female Artist Nominated [321]
Favorite Pop Artist Nominated
2016 Favorite Social Media Celebrity Nominated [322]
2017 Favorite Female Artist Nominated [323]
Favorite R&B Artist Nominated
Favorite Album Lemonade Nominated
2018 Favorite Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [324]
Style Icon Nominated
Concert of the Year On the Run II Tour Nominated
2019 Animated Movie Star Beyoncé Knowles Won [325]
2020 Collaboration of the Year "Savage" (remix)
(Megan Thee Stallion featuring Beyoncé)
Nominated [326]
People en Español Awards 2008 Best Song "Beautiful Liar" (with Shakira) Won [327]
Pewter Awards 2011 Packaging Rigid Heat Won [328]
Planeta Awards 2018 Best Ballad or Mid-Tempo "Perfect Duet" (with Ed Sheeran) Won [329]
Pollstar Awards 2015 Major Tour of the Year On the Run Tour Nominated [330]
2017 The Formation World Tour Nominated [331]
Most Creative Stage Production Won
2019 Best Hip-Hop/R&B Tour On the Run II Tour Won [332]
Major Tour of the Year Nominated
2021 Touring Artist of the Decade Beyoncé Knowles Pending [333]
Hip-Hop/R&B Touring Artist of the Decade Pending
Porin Awards 2004 Best Foreign Song "Crazy in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Won [334]
2010 "Halo" Won [335]
Pop Awards 2019 Artist of the Year The Carters Won [336]
Premios Amigo 2004 Best International Album Dangerously in Love Won [222]
2007 Song of the Year "Amor Gitano" (with Alejandro Fernández) Won
Vodafone Award for the Most Downloaded Tone Won
Prêmio de Música Digital 2010 Top-selling Song in Brazil "Halo" Won
International Top-selling Song Won
Premios Juventud 2015 Favorite Hitmaker Beyoncé Knowles Won
Premios Oye! 2007 International Album of the Year B'Day Won
2009 Album of the Year I Am... Sasha Fierce Nominated [337]
Record of the Year "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" Nominated
Q Awards 2011 Best Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [338]
Best Live Act Nominated
2016 Best Video "Formation" Nominated [339]
QX Gaygalan Awards 2011 Best Foreign Hit "Telephone" (Lady Gaga featuring Beyoncé) Won [340]
Radio Disney Music Awards 2003 Best Group Destiny's Child Won [119]
Radio Music Awards 2001 Artist of the Year - Hip-Hop Rhythmic Radio Won
Artist of the Year - Top 40 Pop Radio Won
2004 Beyoncé Knowles Won
The Record of the Year 2003 Record of the Year "Crazy in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Won [341]
2007 "Beautiful Liar" (with Shakira) Won
2010 "Video Phone" (featuring Lady Gaga) Won [342]
Rockbjörnen 2018 Live Concert of the Year Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [343]
RTHK International Pop Poll Awards 2002 Top Ten International Gold Songs "Survivor" Gold [119]
2004 "Crazy in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Gold [344]
Top Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Bronze
2005 Top Ten International Gold Songs "Lose My Breath" Gold [345]
"Naughty Girl" Nominated
Top Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
2007 Top Ten International Gold Songs "Déjà Vu" (featuring Jay-Z) Gold
Top Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Bronze
2008 Top Ten International Gold Songs "Listen" Gold [346]
Top Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Gold
2009 Top Ten International Gold Songs "If I Were a Boy" Gold [347]
Super Gold Songs Gold
Top Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Gold
2010 Top Ten International Gold Songs "Sweet Dreams" Gold [348]
Top Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Bronze
2011 Top Ten International Gold Songs "Telephone" (Lady Gaga featuring Beyoncé) Gold [349]
Super Gold Songs Gold
2012 Top Ten International Gold Songs "Run the World (Girls)" Gold [350]
Top Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Bronze
2014 Bronze [351]
2017 Top Ten International Gold Songs "Sorry" Nominated [352]
"Hymn for the Weekend" (Coldplay featuring Beyoncé) Gold
Top Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Gold
Sammy Davis Jr. Awards 1989 Baby Junior Award Beyoncé Knowles Won [353]
Satellite Awards 2003 Best Original Song "Work It Out" Nominated [354]
2006 Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Dreamgirls Nominated [355]
Best Original Song "Listen" Nominated
2008 Best Supporting Actress – Musical or Comedy Cadillac Records Nominated [356]
2019 Best Original Song "Spirit" Nominated [357]
Screen Actors Guild Awards 2006 Outstanding Cast in a Motion Picture The cast of Dreamgirls[q] Nominated [358]
Self Awards 2010 Women Doing Good Award Beyoncé Knowles Won [359]
Shorty Awards 2017 Instagram Picture of the Year Beyoncé Knowles & Blue Ivy Carter Nominated [360]
Gif of the Year Lemonade Nominated
2018 Instagram of the Year Beyoncé Knowles' Birth Announcement Nominated [361]
2020 Celebrity–Arts & Entertainment Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [362]
Instagram Content of the Year Beyoncé Knowles' on shoes Nominated
Silver Clef Award 2017 Best Live Act Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [363]
Smash Hits Poll Winners Party 2000 Best Non-British Band Destiny's Child Nominated [364]
Best Dance/Soul Act Won
2002 Best R&B Act/Garage Act Nominated [365]
2003 Best Music Video "Crazy in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Won [366]
Most Fanciable Female on the Planet Beyoncé Knowles Won
2005 Nominated [367]
Space Shower Music Awards 2004 Best International Video "Crazy in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Won [368]
Best International Female Video Won
2017 Best International Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [369]
Spin Awards 2004 Sex Goddess Won [370]
Soul Train Music Awards 1998 Best R&B/Soul Single – Group, Band or Duo "No, No, No" Nominated [371]
[372]
2000 "Bills, Bills, Bills" Nominated [373]
[374]
Best R&B/Soul Album – Group, Band or Duo The Writing's on the Wall Nominated
2001 Sammy Davis Jr. Award for Entertainer of the Year Destiny's Child Won [375]
Best R&B/Soul Single – Group, Band or Duo "Independent Women Part I" Nominated
2002 "Survivor" Nominated [376]
Best R&B/Soul Album – Group, Band or Duo Survivor Nominated
2004 Album of the Year Dangerously in Love Nominated [377]
Best R&B/Soul Album – Female Won
Best R&B/Soul Single – Female "Crazy in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Nominated
Best R&B/Soul or Rap Music Video Nominated
Sammy Davis Jr. Award for Entertainer of the Year Beyoncé Knowles Won
2005 Best R&B/Soul Single – Female "Naughty Girl" Nominated [378]
Best R&B/Soul Single – Group, Band or Duo "The Closer I Get to You" (with Luther Vandross) Nominated
"Lose My Breath" Nominated
Best R&B/Soul Album – Group, Band or Duo Destiny Fulfilled Won
2006 Career Achievement Destiny's Child Won [379]
Best R&B/Soul Single – Group, Band or Duo "Cater 2 U" Won
2007 Best R&B/Soul Album – Female B'Day Nominated [380]
Best R&B/Soul Single – Female "Irreplaceable" Won
Best R&B/Soul or Rap Music Video Nominated
2009 Album of the Year I Am... Sasha Fierce Won [381]
The Ashford & Simpson Songwriter's Award "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" Nominated
Song of the Year Won
Best R&B/Soul Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won
2011 Album of the Year 4 Nominated [382]
The Ashford & Simpson Songwriter's Award "Best Thing I Never Had" Nominated
Best Dance Performance "Run the World (Girls)" Won
Best R&B/Soul Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
2012 Won [383]
Best Dance Performance "Love on Top" Won
2014 Album of the Year Beyoncé Won [384]
Song of the Year "Drunk in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Nominated
Video of the Year Nominated
The Ashford & Simpson Songwriter's Award "Pretty Hurts" Nominated
Best Gospel/Inspirational Song "Say Yes"
(Michelle Williams featuring Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland)
Nominated
Best R&B/Soul Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won
2015 Video of the Year "7/11" Nominated [385]
Best Dance Performance Nominated
Best Collaboration "Feeling Myself" (Nicki Minaj featuring Beyoncé) Nominated
Best R&B/Soul Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
2016 Album of the Year Lemonade Won [386]
Video of the Year "Sorry" Nominated
"Formation" Won
Song of the Year Won
Best Dance Performance Nominated
The Ashford & Simpson Songwriter's Award Nominated
Best Collaboration "Freedom" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Nominated
Best R&B/Soul Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won
2017 Video of the Year "All Night" Nominated [387]
2019 Best R&B/Soul Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [388]
Song of the Year "Before I Let Go" Nominated
Video of the Year "Spirit" Nominated
Best Dance Performance Nominated
Best Collaboration "Brown Skin Girl"
(Beyoncé, Saint Jhn and Wizkid featuring Blue Ivy Carter)
Nominated
The Ashford & Simpson Songwriter's Award Won
2020 Best R&B/Soul Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [389]
Song of the Year "Black Parade" Nominated
The Ashford & Simpson Songwriter's Award Nominated
"Playing Games" (Summer Walker featuring Bryson Tiller)[c] Nominated
Video of the Year "Brown Skin Girl"
(Beyoncé, Saint Jhn and Wizkid featuring Blue Ivy Carter)
Won
Best Dance Performance "Already" (with Shatta Wale and Major Lazer) Nominated
Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards 1998 Best R&B/Soul or Rap New Artist Destiny's Child Won [390]
Best R&B/Soul Album by a Group, Band or Duo Destiny's Child Won
Best R&B/Soul Single by a Group, Band or Duo "No, No, No" Won
2000 Best R&B/Soul Album by a Group, Band or Duo The Writing's on the Wall Won
Best R&B/Soul Single by a Group, Band or Duo "Say My Name" Won [119]
2001 "Survivor" Won
2002 "Emotion" Won
Best R&B/Soul Album by a Group, Band or Duo Survivor Won
2005 Best R&B/Soul Single by a Group, Band or Duo "Soldier" Won [119]
Best R&B/Soul Album by a Group, Band or Duo Destiny Fulfilled Won
Stellar Awards 2015 Song of the Year "Say Yes"
(Michelle Williams featuring Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland)
Nominated [391]
Music Video of the Year Won
Urban/Inspirational Single or Performance of the Year Nominated
TEC Awards 2004 Outstanding Creative Achievement – Record Production/Single "Crazy in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Nominated [392]
Outstanding Creative Achievement – Record Production/Album Dangerously in Love Nominated
Teen Choice Awards 2000 Choice Pop Group Destiny's Child Nominated [393]
[394]
Choice Music - Single "Say My Name" Nominated
Choice R&B/Hip-Hop Track Nominated
2001 Choice Female Hottie Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [395]
Choice Music - Pop Group Destiny's Child Won
Choice Music - Concert Nominated
Choice Music - Single "Survivor" Nominated
Choice Music - Album Survivor Nominated
Choice Music - Dance Track "Bootylicious" Nominated
Choice Summer Song Nominated
2002 Choice Female Hottie Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [396]
2003 Won [397]
Choice Music – Female Artist Nominated
Choice Breakout Music Artist Nominated
Choice Crossover Artist Nominated
Choice Female Fashion Icon Nominated
Choice Breakout Movie Actor Austin Powers in Goldmember Nominated
Choice Music – Love Song "Crazy in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Won
Choice Summer Song Won
Choice Music – Collaboration "'03 Bonnie & Clyde" (Jay-Z featuring Beyoncé) Nominated
2004 Choice Female Hottie Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [398]
[399]
Choice Music – Female Artist Nominated
Choice Music – R&B Artist Nominated
Choice Music – Tour[r] Nominated
Choice Music – Single "Baby Boy" (featuring Sean Paul) Nominated
Choice Music – Collaboration Nominated
Choice Music – R&B Track "Naughty Girl" Nominated
Choice Music - Album Dangerously in Love Nominated
2005 Choice Music – Love Song "Cater 2 U" Nominated [400]
Choice Music – R&B Track "Soldier" Nominated
Choice Female Hottie Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
2006 Choice Red Carpet Fashion Icon – Female Nominated [401]
Choice Music – R&B/Hip-Hop Track "Check on It" (featuring Bun B and Slim Thug) Nominated
2007 Choice Music – R&B Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [402]
[403]
[404]
Choice Movie – Liplock[s] Dreamgirls Nominated
Choice Music - Payback Track "Irreplaceable" Nominated
2008 Choice Music – R&B Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [405]
2009 Choice Movie Actress – Drama Obsessed Nominated [406]
[407]
Choice Movie – Rumble[t] Nominated
Choice Music – R&B Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won
Choice Female Hottie Nominated
Choice Music – R&B Track "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" Won
Choice Music – Love Song "Halo" Nominated
Choice Music Album – Female I Am... Sasha Fierce Nominated
2010 Choice Music – R&B Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won [408]
Choice Music – Collaboration "Telephone" (Lady Gaga featuring Beyoncé) Nominated
2011 Choice Music – R&B/Hip-Hop Track "Run the World (Girls)" Won [409]
Choice Summer Music Star – Female Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
2012 Choice Music – R&B/Hip-Hop Track "Run the World (Girls)" Nominated [410]
Choice R&B/Hip-Hop Song "Love on Top" Nominated
2013 Choice Music – R&B Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [411]
Choice Summer Tour The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour Nominated
2014 On the Run Tour Nominated [412]
Choice Music – Female Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
Choice Female Hottie Nominated
2015 Choice Instagrammer Nominated [413]
2016 Choice Music – Female Artist Nominated [414]
Choice Music – R&B/Hip-Hop Artist Won
2017 Choice Instagrammer Nominated [415]
Choice Music – R&B/Hip-Hop Artist Won
2018 Choice Summer Tour On the Run II Tour Nominated [416]
Telecom New Zealand Awards 2005 Gold Award "Naughty Girl" Gold [417]
"Lose My Breath" Gold
"Soldier" Gold
Telehit Awards 2010 Video of the Year "Telephone" (Lady Gaga featuring Beyoncé) Won [418]
Ticketmaster Awards 2019 Touring Milestone Award On the Run II Tour Won [419]
TMF Awards 2009 Best Live Beyoncé Knowles Won [420]
Trumpet Awards 2005 APEX Award Won [421]
UK Music Video Awards 2009 Best Pop Video "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" Nominated [422]
Best International Video "Diva" Nominated
2010 "Telephone" (Lady Gaga featuring Beyoncé) Nominated [423]
2015 Best UK Pop Video "Runnin' (Lose It All)"
(Naughty Boy featuring Beyoncé and Arrow Benjamin)
Nominated [424]
2016 Best Urban Video – International "Formation" Nominated [425]
Best Styling in a Video Nominated
Best Video Artist Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
Urban Music Awards 2009 Best Single "Halo" Nominated [426]
Best International Act Beyoncé Knowles Nominated
VH1 Big Awards 2003 BIG Entertainer Won [119]
2006 BIG Power Couple Beyoncé Knowles & Jay-Z Won [427]
Vibe Awards 2003 Artist of the Year Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [119]
Most Stylish Artist Won
Coolest Collaboration "Crazy in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Won
Reelest Video Nominated
2004 Best R&B Video "Me, Myself and I" Nominated
Reelest Video Nominated
2007 R&B Artist of the Year Beyoncé Knowles Won [428]
VStyle Won
Song of the Year "Irreplaceable" Nominated
Video of the Year "Get Me Bodied" Nominated
Vibe of the Year Awards 2003 Best Diva Beyoncé Knowles Won [429]
Best Couple Beyoncé Knowles & Jay-Z Won
The Village Voice Web Awards 2011 Best Music Video We TOTALLY Get "Countdown" Won [430]
Virgin Media Music Awards[u] 2009 Best Solo Female Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [432]
Hottest Female Nominated
Best Track "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" Nominated
2010 Best Collaboration "Telephone" (Lady Gaga featuring Beyoncé) Won [433]
Best Video Nominated
Best Collaboration Nominated
2011 Hottest Female Beyoncé Knowles Nominated [434]
Best Female Nominated
Best Live Act Nominated
Best Track "Run the World (Girls)" Nominated
Best Video Nominated
Best Album 4 Nominated
Vogue India Beauty Awards 2010 Best of Celebrity Fragrance Heat Won [435]
Waffle House Awards 2018 Best R&B/Hip Hop Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won [436]
WatsUp TV Africa Music Video Awards 2018 Best International Video "Formation" Won [437]
WEB Awards 2011 Outstanding Achievement in Web Development Heat Won [438]
Webby Awards 2014 People's Voice Award Beyoncé Knowles Won [439]
2016 Best Music Website Nominated [440]
Best Use of Photography Won
2017 Best Music Video "Formation" Won [441]
World Music Awards 2002 World's Best-selling Artist or Group Destiny's Child Won [442]
World's Best-selling Pop Group Won
World's Best-selling R&B Group Won
2005 World's Best-selling Female Group of All Time Won [443]
World's Best-selling Pop Group Won
World's Best-selling R&B Group Won
2006 World's Best-selling R&B Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won [444]
2008 Outstanding Contribution to Music Won [445]
2010 World's Best-selling R&B Artist Nominated [446]
World's Best Single "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" Nominated
2014 World's Best R&B Artist Beyoncé Knowles Won [447]
World's Best Female Artist Nominated [448]
World's Best Live Act Nominated [449]
World's Best Entertainer Nominated [450]
World's Best Fanbase BeyHive Nominated [451]
World's Best Song "Drunk in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Nominated [452]
"Partition" Nominated
World's Best Album Beyoncé Nominated [453]
World's Best Video "Drunk in Love" (featuring Jay-Z) Nominated [454]
"Partition" Nominated
"XO" Nominated
Life Is But a Dream Nominated
Yahoo! Music Turning Purple Awards 2007 Turning Purple Award "Beautiful Liar" (with Shakira) Won [455]
"Irreplaceable" Won
Year in Vevo Awards 2015 Best Dance Video "7/11" Won [456]
Vevo Vision Award "Runnin' (Lose It All)"
(Naughty Boy featuring Beyoncé and Arrow Benjamin)
Won
YouTube Music Awards 2015 YouTube Music Award Beyoncé Knowles Won [457]

Other accolades

 
Knowles' sand sculpter at the International Sand Sculpture Festival in 2015.

State honors

Key
  Indicates an honor Beyoncé was considered for only
Name of country, year given, and name of honor
Country Year Honor Ref.
Australia 2014 Barnardos Australia's Mother of the Year [458]
Europe 2006 European School of Economics's Lifetime Achievement Award [459]
United States 2000 Inducted into the Young Hollywood Hall of Fame (Music Artist Category) [460]
2002 Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame (Recording Category) [461]
St. John’s Church's Philanthropist Award [222]
2008 Inducted into the Miami Children's Hospital's Pediatric Hall of Fame [462]
2016 Council of Fashion Designers of America's Fashion Icon [463]
  May 23, Minnesota (Beyoncé Day) [464]
2018 Key to Columbia [465]
  August 21, Columbia, Missouri (Beyoncé and Jay-Z Day)
Key to New Orleans [466]
  August 29, Orlando, Florida (Beyoncé and Jay-Z Day) [467]
  August 8, Minnesota (Beyoncé and Jay-Z Day) [468]

World records

Name of publication, year the record was awarded, name of the record, and the name of the record holder
Publication Year World record Record holder R. Status Ref.
Guinness World Records 2008 Highest Annual Earnings by a Female Singer Beyoncé Eliminated [469]
2010 Most Grammy Awards nominations in a single year for a female artist Record [470]
Most Grammy Awards won in a single year by a female artist Record [471]
2011 Biggest Power Couple Beyoncé and Jay-Z Eliminated [472]
Most-retweeted About Moment Eliminated [473]
2013 Fastest-selling album on iTunes Beyoncé Record [469]
2016 Most simultaneous Billboard US Hot 100 entries by a female artist Beyoncé Eliminated [474]
[475]
Most simultaneous Billboard US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Top 10 entries by a female artist Record
2017 Most-liked Instagram Picture Eliminated [476]
2018 Most MTV Video Music Awards nominations for video of the year Record [477]
2019 Highest-grossing Music Tour by a Duo Beyoncé and Jay-Z Record [478]
2020 Most Grammy Awards Nominations for a Female Artist Beyoncé Record [479]
2021 Most Grammy Awards won by a married couple Beyoncé and Jay-Z Record [480]
Most Grammy Awards won by a vocalist Beyoncé Record [481]
Most Grammy Awards won by a female artist Record [482]
First female artist to win Best Rap Performance at the Grammy Awards Beyoncé and Megan Thee Stallion Record [483]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Indicates the year of ceremony. Each year is linked to the article about the awards held that year, wherever possible.
  2. ^ AMFT Awards is an online awards group.[14]
  3. ^ a b c d e Awards and nominations Knowles has received as a writer.
  4. ^ Shared with Alan Ferguson.
  5. ^ Shared with Ed Burke[disambiguation needed] and Todd Tourso.
  6. ^ Shared with Kahlil Joseph.
  7. ^ BEFFTA Awards is a distinctly special awards ceremony honouring the best showbiz, entertainment and high profile personalities in different sectors and industries from the black and ethnic communities in the United Kingdom, United States of America, Africa, Caribbean, Canada, Asia, Australia, Europe and globally.[142]
  8. ^ Cosmetics magazine is a trade beauty brand that has been established since 1972. With industry veteran and longtime publisher Jim Hicks at the helm, it hosts the annual Cosmetics Outstanding Achievement Awards (COSAs) and the Fragrance and Beauty Awards, and is committed to supporting and celebrating the work of Canada’s beauty advisors year round through its digital publications. It is now owned by the CCTFA and has an exciting new team, headed up by editor (and self-professed beauty addict) Alex Laws.
  9. ^ The Foil & Specialty Effects Association (FSEA) invites companies in the finishing, printing, folding carton, greeting card and binding industries to submit their best work to the Annual FSEA Gold Leaf Awards Competition. Entries will be judged on design, execution and level of difficulty in more than 25 categories, with a gold, silver and bronze award presented in each category.[207]
  10. ^ The GV Music & Fashion Awards, also known as Groovevolt was an online music award established by the Groovevolt.com. The website's leading music sites with more than 7.5 million page views and more than 500,000 uniqueusers each month.[228]
  11. ^ The IDA Documentary Awards is the world's most prestigious event dedicated to the documentary genre, celebrating the best nonfiction films and programs of the year. It seeks to represent excellence in the documentary field from around the world, by emerging and established documentarians.
  12. ^ LIFTEFFECTS, a company that hosts conferences, seminars workshops and provides a speaking platform for extraordinary people to share their stories and aims to plant the seed of hope, passion, and encouragement so that everyone can reach their goals and believe in themselves. Extraordinary ladies were awarded for their outstanding work, Beyoncé was one of the 62 honorees in 2015.
  13. ^ Shared with Ali Larter.
  14. ^ Shared with Channing Tatum.
  15. ^ Previously known as TRL Awards (2006–2012).
  16. ^ The National Association for Multi-ethnicity in Communications (NAMIC), the premier organization focusing on cultural diversity, equity, and inclusion in the media and entertainment industry.
  17. ^ Shared with Hinton Battle, Jamie Foxx, Danny Glover, Jennifer Hudson, Sharon Leal, Eddie Murphy, Keith Robinson and Anika Noni Rose.
  18. ^ Shared with Missy Elliott and Alicia Keys.
  19. ^ Shared with Jamie Foxx.
  20. ^ Shared with Ali Larter.
  21. ^ The Virgin Media Awards is an online awards group.[431]

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