List of awards and nominations received by Harry Styles

Harry Styles is an English singer, songwriter, and actor who has won 41 awards from 118 nominations. Styles's music career began in 2010 as a member of the boy band One Direction,[1][2] who have received numerous awards and nominations.[3] Styles has won three BMI London Awards for co-writing songs for the band. Following the group's indefinite hiatus in 2016,[4] he signed a solo record deal with Columbia Records and released his debut single, "Sign of the Times" the following year.[5][6] It won the Brit Award for British Video of the Year and the IHeartRadio Music Award for Best Music Video. He released his eponymous debut studio album in 2017, which earned him the ARIA Award for Best International Artist.[7]

Harry Styles awards and nominations
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Styles at the ARIA Music Awards in 2014
Totals[a]
Wins41
Nominations118
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 2019, Styles's second studio album, Fine Line, was preceded by the release of two singles, "Lights Up" and "Adore You".[8] The former won Best Song at the 2020 Global Awards, while the latter garnered three nominations at the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards. Fine Line won the American Music Award for Favorite Pop/Rock Album and the Juno Award for International Album of the Year, and received a nomination for British Album of the Year at the 2020 Brit Awards. At the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards, Styles was nominated in three categories including Best Pop Vocal Album for Fine Line and Best Music Video for "Adore You". The fourth single from Fine Line, "Watermelon Sugar", won Best Pop Solo Performance at the same ceremony. In 2020, Styles received the Billboard Chart Achievement Award at the Billboard Music Awards ceremony.

Outside music, Styles starred in Christopher Nolan's epic war film, Dunkirk (2017), for which he received two acting ensemble nominations at the Critics' Choice Movie Awards and the Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Awards.[9] He is also known for his flamboyant fashion, for which he has won a Fashion Award and six Teen Choice Awards.[10]

Awards and nominationsEdit

Awards and nominations received by Harry Styles
Award Year[a] Nominee/work Category Result Ref.
American Music Awards 2020 Fine Line Favorite Pop/Rock Album Won [11]
APRA Music Awards 2021 "Adore You" Most Performed International Work Nominated [12]
ARIA Music Awards 2017 Himself Best International Artist Won [13]
2020 Won [14]
BBC Music Awards 2017 Artist of the Year Nominated [15]
Billboard Music Awards 2020 Billboard Chart Achievement Award Won [16]
2021 "Adore You" Top Radio Song Nominated [17]
Himself Top Radio Songs Artist Nominated
BMI London Awards 2014 "Story of My Life" Pop Award Won [18]
2016 "Night Changes" Won [19]
"Perfect" Won
BMI Pop Awards 2018 "Sign of the Times" Award-Winning Songs Won [20]
BreakTudo Awards 2018 Harry Styles: Live on Tour Summer Tour Nominated [21]
2020 Himself International Male Artist Won [22]
Fine Line Album of the Year Nominated
"Watermelon Sugar" International Music Video Nominated
Brit Awards 2018 "Sign of the Times" British Video of the Year Won [23]
2020 Fine Line British Album of the Year Nominated [24]
Himself British Male Solo Artist Nominated
2021 "Watermelon Sugar" British Single of the Year Won [25]
British LGBT Awards 2018 Himself Ally of the Year Nominated [26]
2021 Top 10 Music Artists Pending [27]
Capricho Awards 2017 International Artist (Music) Nominated [28]
International Crush Nominated
International Fashionista Nominated
Critics' Choice Movie Awards 2017 Dunkirk Best Acting Ensemble[b] Nominated [29]
Danish Music Awards 2020 Fine Line International Album of the Year Nominated [30]
The Fashion Awards 2013 Himself British Style Award Won [31]
GAFFA Awards 2018 Harry Styles International Album of the Year Nominated [32]
Himself International Solo Artist of the Year Nominated
2021 "Watermelon Sugar" International Hit of the Year Won [33]
Global Awards 2020 "Lights Up" Best Song Won [34]
Himself Best Male Nominated [35]
2021 Won [36]
Grammy Awards 2021 "Watermelon Sugar" Best Pop Solo Performance Won [37]
"Adore You" Best Music Video Nominated [38]
Fine Line Best Pop Vocal Album Nominated
Hungarian Music Awards 2021 Foreign Pop/Rock Album or Soundtrack of the Year Nominated [39]
iHeartRadio Music Awards 2018 "The Chain" Best Cover Song Won [40]
"Sign of the Times" Best Music Video Won
Himself Best Solo Breakout Nominated
2019 "You're Still the One" Best Cover Song Won [41]
2021 "Juice" Won [42]
"Adore You" Best Lyrics Won
Himself Best Fan Army Nominated [43]
"Watermelon Sugar" Best Music Video Nominated
Himself Male Artist of the Year Nominated
"Watermelon Sugar" Song of the Year Nominated
Juno Awards 2021 Fine Line International Album of the Year Won [44]
LOS40 Music Awards 2017 Harry Styles Best International Album Nominated [45]
Himself Best International New Artist Nominated
Lo+40 Artist Nominated
2020 Fine Line Best International Album Nominated [46]
Himself International Artist of the Year Nominated
Meus Prêmios Nick 2017 "Sign of the Times" Favorite International Hit Nominated [47]
Favorite International Music Video Nominated
2018 Himself Favorite International Artist Nominated [48]
MTV Europe Music Awards 2013 Best Look Won [49]
2017 Nominated [50]
2020 Best Artist Nominated [51]
Best Pop Nominated
Best UK & Ireland Act Nominated
MTV Italian Music Awards 2014 Best Look Nominated [52]
MTV Millennial Awards 2013 Celebrity Without Filter on Instagram Won [53]
2014 Global Instagrammer Nominated [54]
2021 Celebrity Crush Pending [55]
"Golden" Global Hit of the Year Pending [56]
MTV Millennial Awards Brazil 2020 Himself Fandom of the Year Nominated [57]
"Watermelon Sugar" Global Hit Nominated
MTV Video Music Awards 2017 "Sign of the Times" Best Pop Video Nominated [58]
Best Visual Effects Nominated
2020 "Adore You" Best Art Direction Nominated [59]
Best Direction Nominated
Best Visual Effects Nominated
"Watermelon Sugar" Song of Summer Nominated
Music Week Awards 2020 Himself & Columbia Records Artist Marketing Campaign Won [60]
Myx Music Awards 2018 "Sign of the Times" Favorite International Video Nominated [61]
National Film Awards UK 2018 Himself Best Breakthrough Performance Nominated [62]
Best Newcomer Nominated
Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards 2013 Aussies' Fave Hottie Nominated [63]
2014 Won [64]
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2018 Favorite Breakout Artist Nominated [65]
2021 Favorite Male Artist Nominated [66]
Nickelodeon Mexico Kids' Choice Awards 2017 Favorite International Artist Nominated [67]
2018 Nominated [68]
2020 "Watermelon Sugar" Global Hit Nominated [69]
NME Awards 2013 Himself Villain of the Year Won [70]
2014 Won [71]
2015 Nominated [72]
NRJ Music Awards 2017 International Breakthrough of the Year Nominated [73]
2020 International Male Artist of the Year Nominated [74]
"Watermelon Sugar" Music Video of the Year Nominated
People's Choice Awards 2018 Himself Style Star Won [75]
2019 Won [76]
Pollstar Awards 2018 Pop Tour of the Year Nominated [77]
Best New Headliner Nominated
2019 Nominated [78]
Harry Styles: Live on Tour Best Pop Tour Nominated
Rockbjörnen 2017 "Sign of the Times" Foreign Song of the Year Nominated [79]
2018 Harry Styles: Live on Tour Concert of the Year Nominated [80]
2020 "Adore You" Foreign Song of the Year Nominated [81]
Silver Clef Awards 2018 Himself Best Live Act Won [82]
Teen Choice Awards 2013 Himself Choice Male Hottie Won [83]
Choice Smile Won
2014 Won [84]
2016 Choice Male Hottie Won [85]
2017 Choice Male Artist Won [86]
Choice Rock Artist Won
Choice Style Icon Won
Choice Breakout Movie Star Nominated
Choice Male Hottie Nominated
"Sign of the Times" Choice Song: Male Artist Nominated
Himself Choice Summer Male Artist Nominated
Choice Summer Movie Actor Nominated
2018 Choice Style Icon Won [87]
Harry Styles: Live on Tour Choice Summer Tour Won
Variety's Hitmakers Awards 2020 Himself Hitmaker of the Year Won [88]
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association 2017 Dunkirk Best Ensemble[c] Nominated [89]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Indicates the year of ceremony. Each year is linked to the article about the awards held that year, wherever possible.
  2. ^ Shared with the cast
  3. ^ Shared with the cast

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