List of awards and nominations received by Carrie Underwood

American singer and songwriter Carrie Underwood has received many awards and nominations for her work across music, film, television and fashion. She has released six studio albums and one greatest hits collection — Some Hearts, Carnival Ride, Play On, Blown Away, Greatest Hits: Decade Number 1, Storyteller and Cry Pretty.

Carrie Underwood awards and nominations
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Underwood at the 2010 ACM Awards
Totals[a]
Wins178
Nominations312
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.

Among more than 170 worldwide awards, Underwood has won seven Grammy Awards and became, in 2007, only the second country artist in history to win the Grammy Award for Best New Artist. She is also the first American Idol winner to sweep all three major music awards in one season (American Music, Billboard Music, and Grammy Awards).

Academy of Country Music AwardsEdit

The Academy of Country Music Awards is an annual country music awards show, the first ever created, established in 1964. In 2010, Underwood made history by becoming the first woman to ever receive the Entertainer of the Year Award twice, in addition to being the first to ever win the award consecutively.[1] She broke her own record in September 2020, becoming the first and only woman in history to win the award three times.[2] In 2014, she won the Gene Weed Special Achievement Award, for her widespread exposure through National Football League NBC Sunday Night Football, the NBC broadcast of The Sound of Music Live!, her Blown Away Tour and her charity work with the American Red Cross and her C.A.T.S. Foundation.[3] She is also the first person to win the ACM Lifting Lives Gary Haber Award, which recognizes a country music artist or industry professional "who is committed to serving others, has a generosity of spirit and shows a dedication to helping those in need".[4] Underwood is one of the most awarded women in the history of the ACM Awards.[5] She has won a total of 15 ACM Awards.[6]

Year Nominated work / Recipient Category Result Ref.
2006 "Jesus, Take the Wheel" Single Record of the Year Won [7]
Carrie Underwood Top New Female Vocalist of the Year Won
Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
2007 Female Vocalist of the Year Won [8]
Some Hearts Album of the Year Won
"Before He Cheats" Music Video of the Year Won
Single Record of the Year Nominated
2008 Carrie Underwood Female Vocalist of the Year Won [9]
2009 Entertainer of the Year Won [10]
Female Vocalist of the Year Won
Carnival Ride Album of the Year Nominated
"Just A Dream" Music Video of the Year Nominated
2010 Carrie Underwood Triple Crown Award Won [1]
Entertainer of the Year Won
Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
"Cowboy Casanova" Song of the Year Nominated
Play On Album of the Year Nominated
"I Told You So" (feat. Randy Travis) Vocal Event of the Year Nominated
2011 Carrie Underwood Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated [11]
2012 Carrie Underwood Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated [12]
"Remind Me" Vocal Event of the Year Nominated
2013 Carrie Underwood Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated [13]
Blown Away Album of the Year Nominated
2014 Carrie Underwood Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated [3]
Gene Weed Special Achievement Award Won
"Two Black Cadillacs" Video of the Year Nominated
2015 "Somethin' Bad" (with Miranda Lambert) Nominated [14]
Vocal Event of the Year Nominated
Carrie Underwood Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
2016 Carrie Underwood Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated [4]
ACM Lifting Lives Gary Haber Award Won
2017 Carrie Underwood Entertainer of the Year Nominated [15]
Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
"Forever Country" Video of the Year Won
2018 Carrie Underwood Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated [16]
"The Fighter" (with Keith Urban ) Vocal Event of the Year Won
2019 Carrie Underwood Female Artist of the Year Nominated [17]
2020 Carrie Underwood Entertainer of the Year Won
Female Artist of the Year Nominated

American Country AwardsEdit

The American Country Awards was a country music awards show, entirely voted on by fans. Created by the Fox Network, the awards honored country music artists in music, video, and touring categories. It lasted four years. Underwood won twelve awards, more than any other artist.[18]

Year Nominated work / Recipient Category Result Ref.
2010 Carrie Underwood Artist of the Year Won [19]
Female Artist of the Year Won
Touring Artist of the Year (Play On Tour) Won
"Cowboy Casanova" Female Single of the Year Won
Female Music Video of the Year Won
Play On Album of the Year Won
2011 Carrie Underwood Female Artist of the Year Won [20]
Touring Artist of the Year (Play On Tour) Nominated
"Mama's Song" Female Single of the Year Won
Female Music Video of the Year Won
2012 Carrie Underwood Female Artist of the Year Won [21]
"Good Girl" Female Single of the Year Nominated
Female Music Video of the Year Nominated
"Remind Me" Vocal Collaboration of the Year (with Brad Paisley) Won
2013 Carrie Underwood Female Artist of the Year Nominated [22]
Touring Artist of the Year (Blown Away Tour) Nominated
"Two Black Cadillacs" Female Single of the Year Nominated
"Blown Away" Female Music Video of the Year Won

American Country Countdown AwardsEdit

The American Country Countdown Awards is an annual country music awards show that honors artists based on their album sales, touring data and the amount of their radio airplay.[23] It is named after the long-running radio show American Country Countdown.[24]

Year Nominated work / Recipient Category Result Ref.
2014 Carrie Underwood Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated [25]
2016 Storyteller Album of the Year Nominated [26]
Carrie Underwood Female Vocalist of the Year Won

American Music AwardsEdit

The American Music Awards is an annual major American music award show by the American Broadcasting Company, presented since 1973. Underwood has won Fifthteen awards out of eighteen nominations. She is the only artist in AMA history to have won Favorite Country Album for every studio album released.[27]

Year Nominated work / Recipient Category Result Ref.
2006 Carrie Underwood Favorite Breakthrough Artist Won [28]
2007 Artist of the Year Won [29]
Favorite Female Country Artist Won
Some Hearts Favorite Country Album Won
2008 Carrie Underwood Favorite Female Country Artist Nominated [30]
Carnival Ride Favorite Country Album Won
2009 Carrie Underwood Favorite Female Country Artist Nominated [31]
2010 Nominated [32]
Play On Favorite Country Album Won
2012 Blown Away Won [33]
Carrie Underwood Favorite Female Country Artist Nominated
2013 Nominated [34]
2014 Won [35]
2015 Won [36]
2016 Won [27]
Artist of the Year Nominated
Storyteller Favorite Country Album Won
2017 Carrie Underwood Favorite Female Country Artist Won [37]
2018 Won [38]
2019 Carrie Underwood Favorite Female Country Artist Won
Cry Pretty Favorite Country Album Won

Billboard Music AwardsEdit

The Billboard Music Award is an honor given by Billboard, the preeminent publication covering the music business. Finalists are based on United States year-end chart performance according to Nielsen data for sales, number of downloads and total airplay.[39]

Year Nominated work / Recipient Category Result Ref.
2005 "Inside Your Heaven" Top-Selling Hot 100 Song of the Year Won [40]
Top-Selling Country Single of the Year Won
Country Single Sales Artist of the Year Won
2006 Carrie Underwood Female Billboard 200 Album Artist of the Year Won [41]
Country New Artist of the Year Won
Female Country Artist of the Year Won
Some Hearts Album of the Year Won
Country Album of the Year Won
2013 Carrie Underwood Top Country Artist Nominated [42]
Blown Away Top Country Album Nominated
2014 Carrie Underwood Milestone Award Won [43]
2015 "Something in the Water" Top Christian Song Won [44]
2016 Carrie Underwood Top Country Artist Nominated [45]
Storyteller Top Country Album Nominated
2019 Carrie Underwood Top Female Country Artist Won
Cry Pretty Top Country Album Nominated

BMI AwardsEdit

The Broadcast Music, Incorporated (BMI) Awards is an annual award show hosted for the purpose of giving awards to songwriters. Songwriters are selected each year from the entire BMI catalog, based on the number of performances during the award period. Underwood has been honored with 14 BMI Country awards for songwriting.[46] She has also won 14 BMI Million-Air Awards, which are acknowledgements of songs that have achieved one million or more spins on radio.[46] Additionally, at the 69th annual BMI/NAB Dinner in 2017, Underwood received the BMI Board of Directors Award, for the impact her music has had on the broadcast industry, as well as her many contributions as a songwriter.[46]

BMI Country AwardsEdit

Year Nominated work / Recipient Category Result Ref.
2008 "So Small" Songwriting award Won [47]
"All-American Girl" Won
2009 "Last Name" Won [48]
2010 "Cowboy Casanova" Won [49]
2011 "Temporary Home" Won [50]
"Undo It" Won
"Mama's Song" Won
2013 "Good Girl" Won [51]
"Two Black Cadillacs Won
2014 "See You Again" Won [52]
2015 "Something in the Water" Won [53]
2016 "Little Toy Guns" Won [54]
"Smoke Break" Won
"Heartbeat" Won
2019 "Cry Pretty" Won [55]

BMI Million-Air AwardsEdit

Year Nominated work / Recipient Category Result Ref.
2013 "All-American Girl" "Million-Air" certificate Won [46]
"Mama's Song"
"Good Girl"
2017 "So Small"
"Temporary Home"
"Cowboy Casanova"
"Last Name"
"Undo It"
"Heartbeat"
"Little Toy Guns"
"See You Again"
"Smoke Break"
"Something in the Water"

BMI/NAB DinnerEdit

Year Nominated work / Recipient Category Result Ref.
2017 Carrie Underwood BMI Board of Directors Award Won [46]

British Country Music AwardsEdit

The British Country Music Awards (BCM Awards) are held annually by the British Country Music Association to honor national and international success for country music artists familiar to the United Kingdom. Underwood has won once.

Year Nominated work / Recipient Category Result Ref.
2013 Carrie Underwood International Act of the Year Nominated [56]
Blown Away International Album of the Year Won
2016 Storyteller International Album of the Year Nominated [57]
"Smoke Break" International Song of the Year Nominated

Celebrity Fight NightEdit

Celebrity Fight Night Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit organization that was established to promote ongoing efforts to eliminate sickness and poverty. It annually holds the Muhammad Ali's "Celebrity Fight Night" charity event.[58] The Foundation also established the "Muhammad Ali Celebrity Fight Night Award", which acknowledges leaders in the sports, entertainment and business communities who best represent the qualities associated with the Alis' fight to find a cure for Parkinson's disease.[59] Underwood received the award in 2016.

Year Nominated work / Recipient Category Result Ref.
2016 Carrie Underwood Muhammad Ali Celebrity Fight Night Award Won [59]

Clio AwardsEdit

The Clio Awards is an annual award program that recognizes innovation and creative excellence in advertising, design and communication, as judged by an international panel of advertising professionals. It has been held since 1960.

Year Nominated work / Recipient Category Result Ref.
2016 CALIA by Carrie Underwood - Stay The Path Shortlist for Best Print Won [60]

Country Music Association AwardsEdit

The Country Music Association Awards is an annual country music awards show, established in 1967. Underwood has won nine awards, including both the Chairman's Award and International Artist Achievement award, which recognizes outstanding achievement by a U.S.-based artist who contributes to the awareness and development of country music worldwide.

Year Nominated work / Recipient Category Result Ref.
2006 Carrie Underwood Female Vocalist of the Year Won [61]
Horizon Award Won
"Jesus, Take the Wheel" Single Record of the Year Nominated
Music Video of the Year Nominated
2007 "Before He Cheats" Nominated [62]
Single of the Year Won
Carrie Underwood Female Vocalist of the Year Won
2008 Won [63]
Carnival Ride Album of the Year Nominated
2009 "I Told You So" (feat. Randy Travis) Musical Event of the Year Nominated [64]
Carrie Underwood Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
2010 Nominated [65]
Play On Album of the Year Nominated
2011 Carrie Underwood Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated [65]
2012 Nominated [65]
2013 Nominated [65]
Blown Away Album of the Year Nominated
"Blown Away" Music Video of the Year Nominated
2014 "Somethin' Bad" (with Miranda Lambert) Musical Event of the Year Nominated [65]
Music Video of the Year Nominated
Carrie Underwood Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
2015 Nominated [65]
"Something in the Water" Music Video of the Year Nominated
2016 Carrie Underwood Chairman's Award Won[66] [67]
Entertainer of the Year Nominated
Female Vocalist of the Year Won[68]
Storyteller Album of the Year Nominated
"The Fighter" (with Keith Urban) Musical Event of the Year Nominated
2017 Carrie Underwood Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated [69]
International Artist Achievement Award Won[70]
2018 Female Vocalist of the Year Won[71] [72]
"Cry Pretty" Music Video of the Year Nominated
2019 Carrie Underwood Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated [73]
Entertainer of the Year Nominated
Cry Pretty Album of the Year Nominated
2020 Carrie Underwood Entertainer of the Year Pending [74]
Female Vocalist of the Year Pending

Country Music Awards of AustraliaEdit

The Country Music Awards of Australia are held by the Country Music Association of Australia to celebrate recording excellence in the Australian country music industry. They were originally established in 1973.[75] Underwood has won once.

Year Nominated work / Recipient Category Result Ref.
2013 Blown Away Top Selling International Album of the Year Won [76]

CMC Music AwardsEdit

Year Nominated work / Recipient Category Result Ref.
2014 Carrie Underwood International Artist of the Year Nominated [77]
2018 The Fighter (ft. Keith Urban) International Video of the Year Won [78]

CMT AwardsEdit

CMT Artists of the Year AwardsEdit

The CMT Artists of the Year Awards are given by Country Music Television to honor the top country acts of each year. The show was established in 2010. Underwood has been awarded five times.

Year Nominated work / Recipient Category Result Ref.
2010 Carrie Underwood Honoree Won [79]
2012 Won [80]
2016 Won [81]
2018 Won [82]
2019 Won

CMT Music AwardsEdit

The CMT Music Awards is an annual ceremony dedicated exclusively to honor country music videos. It was established in 1967, and had several names throughout the years. In 2002, it was moved to Country Music Television and, in 2005, was renamed CMT Music Awards. With 22 wins, Underwood is the most awarded artist overall in the show's history.[83] She also has the most Video of the Year wins and Female Video of the Year wins.[83]

Year Nominated work / Recipient Category Result Ref.
2006 "Jesus, Take the Wheel" Female Video of the Year Won [84]
Breakthrough Video of the Year Won
Inspirational Video of the Year Nominated
2007 "Before He Cheats" Video of the Year Won [85]
Female Video of the Year Won
2008 "So Small" Female Video of the Year Nominated [86]
2009 "Just a Dream" Video of the Year Nominated [87]
2010 "Cowboy Casanova" Won [88]
Female Video of the Year Nominated
"Temporary Home" (from CMT: Invitation Only feat. Carrie Underwood) CMT Performance of the Year Won
2011 "Undo It" Video of the Year Nominated [89]
Female Video of the Year Nominated
2012 "Remind Me" (with Brad Paisley) Collaborative Video of the Year Won [90]
Video of the Year Nominated
"Good Girl" Won
Female Video of the Year Nominated
"Just a Dream"/"Dream On" (with Steven Tyler, from CMT Crossroads) CMT Performance of the Year Nominated
2013 "Blown Away" Video of the Year Won [91]
"Two Black Cadillacs" Female Video of the Year Nominated
2014 "See You Again" Video of the Year Won [92]
Female Video of the Year Nominated
2015 "Something in the Water" Won [93]
Video of the Year Won
"Somethin' Bad" (with Miranda Lambert) Nominated
Collaborative Video of the Year Won
"Little Toy Guns" Female Video of the Year Nominated
2016 "Smoke Break"
Video of the Year Nominated [94]
Female Video of the Year Won
CMT Performance of the Year Won
2017 "Church Bells" Video of the Year Nominated [95]
Female Video of the Year Won
"The Fighter"(with Keith Urban) Collaborative Video of the Year Won
2018 "The Champion" (with Ludacris) Video of the Year Nominated [96]
Female Video of the Year Won
Collaborative Video of the Year Nominated
"The Fighter" (with Keith Urban from the 2017 CMT Music Awards) CMT Performance of the Year Nominated
2019 "Love Wins" Female Video of the Year Won
"Cry Pretty" Video of the Year Won
2020 "Drinking Alone" Female Video of the Year Won
"Drinking Alone" Video of the Year Won

CMT Online AwardsEdit

CMT Online Awards were an annual online award show, established in 2006 by Country Music Television. This was a "fan-voted" award show, based on the fans going to CMT.com streaming the videos and viewing the artists' pages. The winner in each category received the highest numbers of streams and views on CMT.com.[97]

Year Nominated work / Recipient Category Result Ref.
2008 Carrie Underwood Most Digitally-Active Female Artist Won [97]
"All-American Girl" Most Streamed Country Song of the Year Won

CMT Teddy AwardsEdit

The CMT Teddy Awards were a special music video award show dedicated to celebrate Valentine's Day. There were eight categories.[98] Underwood won two awards.

Year Nominated work / Recipient Category Result Ref.
2012 "Before He Cheats" Best Cheating Video Won [99]
"Cowboy Casanova" Best Use of Lingerie in a Video Won [100]

Country Radio SeminarEdit

The Country Radio Seminar (CRS) is one of the largest media gatherings of any kind or of any format in the US founded in 1970 and is held annually by the Country Radio Broadcasters. The seminar also honors individuals related to country music with different awards. In 2014, the CRS' board of directors awarded Underwood the Artist Humanitarian Award, which was created in 1990 to honor those country music artists who have exhibited exceptional humanitarian efforts during their career.

Year Nominated work / Recipient Category Result Ref.
2014 Carrie Underwood Artist Humanitarian Award Won [101]

European Country Music Association AwardsEdit

The European Country Music Association (ECMA) was established in 1994 in the United Kingdom and Spain, Europe, by people related to the European Country music scene, such as publishers, DJs and musics. It originally consisted of less than 100 members and the very first president was UK's Harry E. Fenton. Votes for nominations and winners come only from members of the organization. Underwood won once.

Year Nominated work / Recipient Category Result Ref.
2008 Carrie Underwood Female Vocalist of the Year Won [102]

French Country Music Association AwardsEdit

The French Country Music Association Awards is an annual country music award show presented by the French Association of Country Music since 2004.[citation needed]

Year Nominated work / Recipient Category Result Ref.
2010 Carrie Underwood Female Vocalist of the Year Won [103]
"Cowboy Casanova" Music Video of the Year Won

Golden Globe AwardsEdit

The Golden Globe Awards were established in 1944 by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association to celebrate the best in film and television.

Year Nominated work / Recipient Category Result Ref.
2011 "There's a Place For Us" (The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader) Best Original Song Nominated [104]
[105]

GMA Dove AwardsEdit

A Dove Award is an accolade by the Gospel Music Association (GMA) of the United States to recognize outstanding achievement in the Christian music industry. The awards are presented, since 1969, at an annual ceremony called the GMA Dove Awards. Underwood won once.

Year Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2006 "Jesus, Take the Wheel" Country Recorded Song of the Year Won [106]

Grammy AwardsEdit

The Grammy Awards are presented annually by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences for outstanding achievements in the music industry. It is presented since 1958. Underwood has won seven awards out of fourteen nominations. In 2007, she became only the second country artist in history to win the Best New Artist award, following LeAnn Rimes (1997).[107][108][109]

Year Nominated work / recipient Category Result Ref.
2007 Carrie Underwood Best New Artist Won [110]
"Jesus, Take the Wheel" Best Female Country Vocal Performance Won
2008 "Before He Cheats" Won
"Oh Love" (with Brad Paisley) Best Country Collaboration with Vocals Nominated
2009 "Last Name" Best Female Country Vocal Performance Won [110]
2010 "Just a Dream" Nominated
"I Told You So" (feat. Randy Travis) Best Country Collaboration with Vocals Won [110]
2011 "Temporary Home" Best Female Country Vocal Performance Nominated
2012 "Mama's Song" Best Country Solo Performance Nominated [111]
2013 "Blown Away" Won [112]
2015 "Something in the Water" Won [113]
"Somethin' Bad" (with Miranda Lambert) Best Country Duo/Group Performance Nominated
2016 "Little Toy Guns" Best Country Solo Performance Nominated [114]
2017 "Church Bells" Nominated [115]

Honors GalaEdit

The Honors Gala is an event organized since 1975 by the T.J. Martell Foundation, the music industry's largest foundation that funds innovative medical research focused on finding cures for leukemia, cancer and AIDS. It honors individuals of several areas with different awards. At the 38th event, in 2013, Underwood received the Artist Achievement Award.

Year Nominated work / Recipient Category Result Ref.
2013 Carrie Underwood Artist Achievement Award Won [116]

iHeartRadio Music AwardsEdit

The iHeartRadio Music Awards is an international music awards show founded by IHeartRadio in 2014.[117]

Year Nominated work / Recipient Category Result Ref.
2016 Carrie Underwood Female Artist of the Year Nominated [118]
2017 Country Artist of the Year Nominated [119]
"Church Bells" Country Song of the Year Nominated
2019 Carrie Underwood Country Artist of the Year Nominated [120]

Inspirational Country Music AwardsEdit

The Inspirational Country Music Awards are a member-voted award show dedicated to honoring and showcasing the biggest names and emerging talent among artists who perform Christian and inspirational country music.[citation needed]

Year Nominated work / Recipient Category Result Ref.
2006 Carrie Underwood Mainstream Country Artist Won [121]
2010 "Temporary Home" Inspirational Video of the Year Won

[122]

2015 Carrie Underwood Mainstream Country Female Artist Won [123]
"Something in the Water" Mainstream Inspirational Song of the Year Won
Inspirational Video of the Year Won

Music Row AwardsEdit

The MusicRow Awards is an annual awards show held by Nashville's music industry publication, MusicRow. The winners are selected by over 300 managers, musicians, songwriters, publishers and label executives. Underwood was awarded once.

Year Nominated work / Recipient Category Result Ref.
2006 Carrie Underwood Critic's Pick Won [124]
2013 "Blown Away" Song of the Year Nominated
2015 "Something in the Water" Song of the Year Nominated

MTV Video Music AwardsEdit

The MTV Video Music Awards are an annual fan-voted award show started in 1984.

Year Recipient Category Result Ref.
2007 Carrie Underwood Best New Artist Nominated [125]

Napster AwardsEdit

The Napster Awards honor artists and songs played most by subscribers.[citation needed]

Year Recipient Category Result Ref.
2006 Carrie Underwood Most Domestically-Played New Artist Won [126]

Nashville Songwriters Association International AwardsEdit

The Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) hosts industry professionals each year for the "World's Largest #1 Party", in association with the Recording Academy, to celebrate veteran hitmakers and talented new artists.

Year Recipient Category Result Ref.
2010 "Cowboy Casanova" Top Tunesmith Won [127]
"Temporary Home" Won

Nashville Symphony's HarmonyEdit

The Nashville Symphony's Harmony award is presented to individuals who have demonstrated continued interest and support of music in Nashville, exemplify the connections between the diverse music of the city and have contributed to the development and appreciation of music culture. It is presented during the annual Symphony Ball on Saturday at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center in downtown Nashville.[128]

Year Recipient Category Result Ref.
2009 Carrie Underwood Nashville Symphony's Harmony Award Won [128]

People's Choice AwardsEdit

The People's Choice Awards is an American awards show recognizing the people and the work of popular culture. The show has been held annually since 1975 and is a venue for the general public to honor their favorite actors and actresses, musical performers, television shows and motion pictures. Underwood has won nine awards, out of eighteen nominations.

Year Nominated work / Recipient Category Result Ref.
2007 Carrie Underwood Favorite Female Artist Won [129]
"Before He Cheats" Favorite Country Song Won
2009 "Last Name" Won [130]
Carrie Underwood Favorite Female Artist Won
Favorite Star Under 35 Won
2010 Favorite Female Artist Nominated [131]
Favorite Country Artist Won
2011 Nominated [132]
Favorite TV Guest Star (How I Met Your Mother) Nominated
Favorite Female Artist Nominated
2013 Nominated [133]
Favorite Country Artist Nominated
Blown Away Favorite Album Nominated
2014 Carrie Underwood Favorite Female Country Artist Nominated [134]
2015 Won [135]
2016 Won [136]
2017 Won [137]
2018 Country Artist of the Year Nominated [138]

Pollstar AwardsEdit

The Pollstar Awards is ceremony to honor artists and professionals in the concert industry. It was created by Pollstar, the leading trade publication for the concert tour industry.

Year Recipient Category Result Ref.
2010 Play On Tour Most Creative Stage Production Nominated [139]
2017 The Storyteller Tour: Stories in the Round Nominated [140]

Radio Disney Music AwardsEdit

The Radio Disney Music Awards honor most popular and played artists for the previous years. The Hero Award is an honor for contribution for the charitable work.

Year Recipient Category Result Ref.
2018 Carrie Underwood The Hero Award Won [141]

Teen Choice AwardsEdit

The Teen Choice Awards is an annual show that honors the years biggest achievements in music, movies, sports, television, fashion and more. Underwood has won seven awards out of nineteen nominations.

Year Recipient Category Result Ref.
2005 Carrie Underwood Choice Female TV Reality/Variety Star Won [142]
2006 Choice Breakout Female Artist Nominated [143]
Choice Female Artist Nominated
2007 Nominated [144]
"Before He Cheats" Choice Payback Track Nominated
2008 Carrie Underwood Choice Female Red Carpet Fashion Icon Won [145]
2009 Carnival Ride Choice Female Album Nominated [146]
2010 Carrie Underwood Choice Female Country Artist Nominated [147]
Choice American Idol Alum Nominated
Play On Choice Country Album Nominated
"Undo It" Choice Country Song Nominated
2011 Carrie Underwood Choice Female Country Artist Nominated [148]
2012 Nominated [149]
2013 Nominated [150]
2014 Nominated [151]
"Somethin' Bad" (with Miranda Lambert) Choice Country Song Nominated
2015 Carrie Underwood Choice Country Artist Won [152]
"Little Toy Guns" Choice Country Song Won
2016 Carrie Underwood Choice Country Artist Won [153]
"Church Bells" Choice Country Song Nominated
2017 Carrie Underwood Choice Country Artist Won [154]
"The Fighter" (with Keith Urban) Choice Country Song Nominated [155]
2018 Carrie Underwood Choice Country Artist Won [156][157]
"Cry Pretty" Choice Country Song Nominated

Other honorsEdit

Grand Ole OpryEdit

The Grand Ole Opry has been called the "Home of American Music" and "Country's most famous stage".[158] Membership in the Opry remains one of Country Music's crowning achievements.[159] Being made a member of the Grand Ole Opry, Country Music's big house, the oldest, most enduring "Hall of Fame," is to be identified as a member of the elite of Country Music.

Year Recipient Category Result Ref.
2008 Carrie Underwood Member Induction Won [160]

Guinness World RecordsEdit

The Guinness World Records honors the year's most impressive acts. Underwood has set one record.

Year Recipient Category Result Ref.
2010 Carrie Underwood Most Country No. 1s for a Female Artist in the U.S. Won [161]

Hollywood Walk of FameEdit

The Hollywood Walk of Fame is a sidewalk along Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street in Hollywood, California, United States, that serves as an entertainment hall of fame. It is embedded with more than 2,000 five-pointed stars featuring the names of celebrities honored by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce for their contributions to the entertainment industry. Underwood is part of the Class of 2018 of inductees.

Year Recipient Category Result Ref.
2018 Carrie Underwood Hollywood Walk of Fame Star Won [162]

Oklahoma Hall of FameEdit

The Oklahoma Memorial Association was founded in 1927 with the purpose of establishing the Oklahoma Hall of Fame. Being inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame is considered to be the highest honor one can receive from the state.[163] Underwood was inducted in 2017.

Year Recipient Category Result Ref.
2017 Carrie Underwood Hall of Fame induction Won [164]

Oklahoma Music Hall of FameEdit

The Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame honors Oklahoma musicians for their lifetime achievements in music. The induction ceremony and concert is held each year in Muskogee. Underwood was inducted in 2009. She had previously been named the Hall's Rising Star in 2005.

Year Recipient Category Result Ref.
2005 Carrie Underwood Rising Star of the Year Won [165]
2009 Hall of Fame Induction Won [166]

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