List of awards and nominations received by Kylie Minogue

Kylie Minogue is an Australian–British singer and actress. Her breakthrough role in the soap opera Neighbours (1986–1988) as Charlene Robinson earned her a Silver Logie Award for Most Popular Actress in 1987. At the following ceremony, she became the first person to win four Logie Awards at one event and the youngest Gold Logie recipient at nineteen.[1][2] Interested in pursuing a career in music, Minogue signed to Mushroom Records in 1987 and released her self-titled debut album, Kylie, in 1988.[3][4] Her songs—a cover of "The Loco-Motion" and "I Should Be So Lucky"—consecutively won the award for Highest Selling Single at the ARIA Music Awards of 1988 and 1989. Minogue's contributions to the subsequent studio albums Enjoy Yourself (1989), Let's Get to It (1991), Kylie Minogue (1994), and Impossible Princess (1997) earned her four nominations for the ARIA Award for Best Female Artist. In 1996, her duet with rock band Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, "Where the Wild Roses Grow", won three ARIA Awards for Best Pop Release, Single of the Year, and Song of the Year.

List of awards and nominations
received by Kylie Minogue
Minogue with the 25th Anniversary O2 Silver Clef Award in June 2012
Totals[a]
Wins199
Nominations302
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.

Minogue signed to Parlophone in 1999 and released Light Years the following year,[5] which was nominated for the ARIA Award for Album of the Year. Her eighth studio Fever (2001) was a commercial and critical success,[6][7] winning her first Brit Award for International Album in 2002. Its lead single, "Can't Get You Out of My Head", garnered accolades for Single of the Year at the 16th ARIA Music Awards and the 2002 Edison Award. Two other singles from Fever, "Love at First Sight" and "Come into My World", were nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording, the latter winning in 2004—the first time an Australian music artist had won in a major category since Men at Work in 1983.[8] For her work as songwriter for "Love at First Sight" and "In Your Eyes", Minogue received two nominations for Ivor Novello Awards for Most Performed Work in 2003. She collected two more nominations in the following ceremony, "Best Contemporary Song" and "International Hit of the Year", for "Slow" from Body Language (2003).[a] X (2007) was Minogue's first Grammy nomination in the Best Dance/Electronic Album category, her fifth overall.[9]

The Phonographic Performance Company of Australia ranked Minogue as the Most Broadcast Artist of 2002, 2003, and 2005. She received the Special Achievement Award in 1989, and two more Outstanding Achievement Awards in 1990 and 2002 by Australian Recording Industry Association, who also inducted her into the ARIA Hall of Fame in 2011. Minogue received the JC Williamson Award in 2013 for her contribution to Australian live entertainment.[10] In the United Kingdom, she has achieved at least one top five album for four consecutive decades, earning Minogue an entry in the 2010 Guinness World Records. She received a special O2 Silver Clef Award in 2012 to celebrate her 25-year music career,[11] and an honorary Doctor of Health Science degree from Anglia Ruskin University in 2011 for her work in raising awareness for breast cancer. She was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2008 New Year Honours for services to music. For her contribution to the enrichment of French culture, the French government appointed her as a Chevalier de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, while the Britain-Australia Society recognised Minogue in April 2017 for her contribution to improving relations between Britain and Australia.

Awards and nominationsEdit

Key
  Indicates non-competitive categories
Award Year[b] Category Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Result Ref(s).
American Choreography Awards 2004 Outstanding Achievement in Choreography – Music Video Michael Rooney for "Chocolate" Nominated [12]
[13]
ARIA Music Awards 1988 Highest Selling Single "Locomotion" Won [14]
1989 "I Should Be So Lucky" Won [15]
Best Female Artist Kylie Nominated
Highest Selling Album Nominated
Breakthrough Artist – Album Nominated
Special Achievement Award   Kylie Minogue Won
1990 Outstanding Achievement Award   Won [16]
Best Female Artist Enjoy Yourself Nominated
1992 Let's Get to It Nominated [17]
1995 Kylie Minogue Nominated [18]
Best Video "Put Yourself In My Place" Won
1996 Best Pop Release "Where the Wild Roses Grow" (with Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds) Won [19]
Single of the Year Won
Song of the Year Won
1998 Album of the Year Impossible Princess Nominated [20]
Best Female Artist Nominated
Best Pop Release Nominated
Single of the Year "Did It Again" Nominated
1999 Best Female Artist "Cowboy Style" Nominated [21]
2000 "Spinning Around" Nominated [22]
Best Pop Release Won
2001 Album of the Year Light Years Nominated [23]
Best Female Artist Won
Best Pop Release Won
Highest Selling Album Nominated
Single of the Year "On a Night Like This" Nominated
2002 Album of the Year Fever Nominated [24]
Best Female Artist Nominated
Best Pop Release Won
Highest Selling Album Won
Highest Selling Single "Can't Get You Out of My Head" Won
Single of the Year Won
Outstanding Achievement Award   Kylie Minogue Won
2003 Best Female Artist "Come into My World" Nominated [25]
Best Pop Release Nominated
2004 Best Female Artist Body Language Nominated [26]
Best Pop Release Nominated
2005 Best Female Artist "I Believe in You" Nominated [27]
Best Pop Release Nominated
2006 Best Music DVD Kylie: Showgirl Nominated [28]
2008 Best Female Artist X Nominated [29]
Best Pop Release Nominated
2010 Best Female Artist Aphrodite Nominated [30]
Best Pop Release Nominated
2011 ARIA Hall of Fame Inductees   Kylie Minogue Inducted [31]
Australian Commercial Radio Awards 2003 Most Played Australian Artist Won [32]
Australian Entertainment "Mo" Awards 1990 International Showbusiness Ambassador Won [33]
2001 Australian Performer of the Year Won [34]
2002 Won [35]
Australian Showbusiness Ambassador of the Year Won
2003 Won [36]
Australian Performer of the Year Won
Bambi Award 2001 Best Comeback Won [37]
[38]
Bravo Otto 1988 Female Singer Bronze [39]
1989 Bronze [40]
2001 Gold [41]
2003 Honorary Otto   Won [42]
Brit Awards 1989 Best International Female Nominated [43]
1995 Nominated
2001 Nominated [44]
2002 Best British Video "Kids" (with Robbie Williams) Nominated [45]
Best International Album Fever Won
Best International Female Kylie Minogue Won
Best Pop Act Nominated
2004 Best International Female Nominated [46]
2005 International Female Solo Artist Nominated [47]
2008 Best International Album X Nominated [48]
International Female Solo Artist Kylie Minogue Won
2010 Brits Performance of 30 Years "Can't Get You Out of My Head" Nominated [49]
2011 International Female Solo Artist Kylie Minogue Nominated [50]
British LGBT Awards 2015 Global Icon   Won [51]
The Brit Trust 2007 Music Industry Trusts Award   Won [52]
[53]
BT Digital Music Awards 2008 Artist of the Year Nominated [54]
[55]
[56]
Best Pop Artist Won
Best Innovation or Gadget Kyliekonnect.com Won
2010 Best Official Web Site Kylie.com 13th place [57]
Capital FM Awards 2002 Best International Female Kylie Minogue Won [58]
Best International Single "Can't Get You Out of My Head" Won
Classic Pop Reader Awards 2019 Solo Artist of the Year Kylie Minogue 2nd place [59]
[60]
Live Act of the Year Nominated
Album of the Year Golden Won
Single of the Year "Dancing" 2nd place
Video of the Year 2nd place
DanceStar Awards 2002 UK – Best Chart Act "Can't Get You Out of My Head" Won [61]
[62]
UK – MTV Dance Best Video Nominated
2003 US – Record of the Year Nominated [63]
[64]
US – Best International Act Kylie Minogue Nominated
US – Party 93.1 FM Best Remix Award "Come into My World" (Fischerspooner Remix) Won
US – Best Video "Love at First Sight" Nominated
2004 "Slow" Nominated [65]
Digital Cinema Media 2009 Best Cinema Commercial of All Time "Proof" (2001) for Agent Provocateur Won [66]
[67]
Echo Arena Liverpool 2014 Icon Award   Kylie Minogue Won [68]
Echo Music Prize 2002 Best International Rock/Pop Female Artist Fever Nominated [69]
[70]
[71]
International Single of the Year "Can't Get You Out of My Head" Nominated
Edison Award 2002 Single of the Year Won [72]
Elle Style Awards 1997 Most Stylish Female Pop Star Kylie Minogue Won [3]
2002 Woman of the Year Won [73]
2005 Lifetime Achievement Award   Won [74]
2008 Woman of the Year Won [75]
Entertainment Industry Foundation Women's Cancer Research Fund 2013 Courage Award   Won [76]
[77]
Gaygalan Awards 2002 International Song of the Year "Can't Get You Out of My Head" Won [78]
Glamour Awards 2007 Best-dressed Female of the Year Kylie Minogue Won [79]
2009 Entrepreneur of the Year Won [80]
[81]
Woman of the Year Won
2012 Outstanding Contribution Won [82]
Grammy Awards 2003 Best Dance Recording "Love at First Sight" Nominated [83]
2004 "Come into My World" Won [84]
2005 "Slow" Nominated [85]
2006 "I Believe In You" Nominated [86]
2009 Best Electronic/Dance Album X Nominated [87]
Goldene Kamera 2008 Best International Music Act Kylie Minogue Won [88]
[89]
GQ Men of the Year Awards 2001 Services to Mankind Won [90]
2013 Gentlewoman of the Year Won [91]
2019 Icon Award   Won [92]
[93]
Guinness World Records 2010 Most Consecutive Decades with Top Five Albums (UK) (Female)   Won [94]
G'Day USA: Australia Week 2008 Special Honour for Excellence in Promoting Australia in the US   Won [95]
[96]
Harper's Bazaar Awards 2018 Music Icon Award   Won [97]
Helpmann Awards 2009 Best Australian Contemporary Concert Frontier Touring Company for KylieX2008 Nominated [98]
2012 Kylie Minogue and Frontier Touring Company for Anti Tour Nominated [99]
Kylie Minogue and Frontier Touring Company for Aphrodite: Les Folies Tour Won
2013 JC Williamson Award   Kylie Minogue Won [10]
2019 Best Australian Contemporary Concert Kylie Minogue and Frontier Touring Company, Roundhouse Entertainment and Mellen Events for Golden Tour Nominated [100]
[101]
Hong Kong Top Sales Music Award 2002 Ten Best Selling Foreign Albums Fever Won [102]
Hungarian Music Awards 2002 Best Foreign Pop Album Fever Won [103]
[104]
International Dance Music Award 2003 Best Pop Dance Track "Can't Get You Out of My Head" Won [105]
Best Dance Video "Love at First Sight" Nominated
Best Dance Artist Solo Kylie Minogue Won
2011 Best Pop Dance Track "All The Lovers" Nominated [106]
Best Solo Artist Kylie Minogue Nominated
2013 Best Commercial/Pop Dance Track "Timebomb" Nominated [107]
International Laser Display Association 2015 Best Live Stage Show ER Productions for Kiss Me Once Tour Won [108]
[109]
Italian Dance Awards 2001 Song of the Year "Can't Get You Out of My Head" Won [110]
Best Video Won
Best Foreign Dance Artist Kylie Minogue Won
2002 Best International Dance Act Won [111]
Ivor Novello Awards[a] 2003 Most Performed Work "Love at First Sight" Nominated [116]
[117]
"In Your Eyes" Nominated
2004 Best Contemporary Song "Slow" Nominated [118]
[119]
International Hit of the Year Nominated
Japan Gold Disc Award 1989 New Artist of the Year Kylie Minogue Won [120]
Single of the Year "I Should Be So Lucky" Won
Logie Awards 1987 Most Popular Actress in Australia Neighbours Won [121]
1988 Won [122]
Most Popular Personality on Australian Television Won
Most Popular Personality on Victorian Television Won
Most Popular Music Video "The Loco-Motion" Won
1990 "Never Too Late" Won [123]
Los Premios MTV Latinoamérica 2002 Best Pop Artist — International Kylie Minogue Nominated [124]
[125]
Millward Brown 2010 Most Powerful Celebrity in Britain Won [126]
[127]
MTV Asia Awards 2003 Favorite Female Artist Nominated [128]
[129]
Favorite Video "Can't Get You Out of My Head" Nominated
2005 Favorite Female Artist Kylie Minogue Nominated [130]
[131]
[132]
Favorite Video "Red Blooded Woman" Nominated
MTV Australia Awards 2005 Best Dressed Video "Chocolate" Nominated [133]
[134]
MTV Europe Music Awards 2002 Best Album Fever Nominated [135]
[136]
Best Female Artist Kylie Minogue Nominated
Best Pop Act Won
Best Dance Act Won
2003 Best Female Artist Nominated [137]
[138]
Best Pop Artist Nominated
MTV Movie & TV Awards 2002 Best Cameo Moulin Rouge! Nominated [139]
MTV TRL Awards 2003 Close Encounter Award European Vacation with Kylie Minogue Nominated [140]
MTV Video Music Awards 1998 International Viewer's Choice Award – MTV Australia "Did It Again" Won [141]
[142]
2002 "Can't Get You Out of My Head" Nominated [143]
[144]
Best Choreography Won
Best Dance Video Nominated
MTV Video Music Awards Japan 2003 Best Dance Video "Come into My World" Nominated [145]
[146]
2004 "Slow" Nominated [147]
2006 "Sometime Samurai" (with Towa Tei) Nominated [148]
MuchMusic Video Awards 2002 Best International Artist Video – Artist "Can't Get You Out of My Head" Nominated [149]
[150]
Music Week Awards 2004 Best Pop Video "Slow" Won [151]
2019 Artist Marketing Campaign Kylie Minogue and BMG Nominated [152]
[153]
PR Campaign Kylie Minogue and Murray Chalmers PR Nominated
National Film and Sound Archive 2011 Sounds of Australia   "I Should Be So Lucky" Won [154]
NewNowNext Awards 2013 Dance Floor Hero Award   Kylie Minogue Won [155]
[156]
NME Awards 1995 Most Desirable Human Being Won [157]
2002 Best Single "Can't Get You Out of My Head" Nominated [158]
[159]
Best Pop Act Kylie Minogue Won
Best Solo Artist Nominated
2008 Sexiest Woman Won [160]
NRJ Music Award 2002 International Female Artist of the Year Nominated [161]
[162]
2003 Best International Female Nominated [163]
Best Music Web-Site Kylie.com Nominated
2008 NRJ Award of Honor   Kylie Minogue Won [164]
Phonographic Performance Company of Australia 2001 50 Most Broadcast Artists of 2001 7th place [165]
100 Most Broadcast Recordings of 2001 "Spinning Around" 12th place
"On a Night Like This" 15th place
"Kids" 63rd place
2002 50 Most Broadcast Artists of 2002 Kylie Minogue Won [166]
100 Most Broadcast Recordings of 2002 "Can't Get You Out of My Head" 7th place
"In Your Eyes" 12th place
"Love at First Sight" 48th place
"On a Night Like This" 98th place
2003 50 Most Broadcast Artists of 2003 Kylie Minogue Won [167]
100 Most Broadcast Recordings of 2003 "Fever" 16th place
"Come into My World" 20th place
"Love at First Sight" 35th place
2004 50 Most Broadcast Artists of 2004 Kylie Minogue 2nd place [168]
100 Most Broadcast Recordings of 2004 "Red Blooded Woman" 55th place
"Slow" 64th place
2005 50 Most Broadcast Artists of 2005 Kylie Minogue Won [169]
100 Most Broadcast Recordings of 2005 "I Believe in You" 19th place
"Giving You Up" 79th place
2006 50 Most Broadcast Artists of 2006 Kylie Minogue 18th place [170]
2007 50 Most Broadcast Artists of 2007 35th place [171]
2008 50 Most Broadcast Artists of 2008 22nd place [172]
Premios 40 Principales 2010 Best International Artist Nominated [173]
Premios Ondas 2004 Special Jury Award   Won [174]
[175]
Porin 1996 Best International Video "Where the Wild Roses Grow" (with Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds) Won [176]
Premios Oye! 2002 Song of the Year "Can't Get You Out of My Head" Nominated [177]
Q Awards 2002 Best Video Nominated [178]
2007 Q Idol Kylie Minogue Won [179]
[180]
Rose d'Or 2004 Best Music Granada Television for Kylie Nominated [181]
Silver Clef Award 2001 Best International Artist Kylie Minogue Won [182]
2012 25th Anniversary O2 Silver Clef Award   Won [11]
[183]
Smash Hits Readers' Poll 1988 Best Dressed Person 2nd place [184]
Worst Dressed Person 10th place
Worst Female Solo Singer 3rd place
Most Fanciable Female Won
Best Female Solo Singer Won
Best LP Kylie 3rd place
Worst LP 4th place
Best Single "The Loco-Motion" 2nd place
Best Pop Video 3rd place
Worst Pop Video 7th place
"I Should Be So Lucky" 4th place
Worst Single 2nd place
1989 Best Female Solo Singer Kylie Minogue Won [185]
Worst Female Solo Singer Won
Most Fanciable Female Won
Best Dressed Person 3rd place
Worst Dressed Person 3rd place
The Most Completely Useless Person 5th place
Worst Haircut 9th place
Most Very Horrible Thing 5th place
Best LP Kylie 9th place
Best Single "Hand on Your Heart" 4th place
Worst Pop Video 3rd place
Best Pop Video 10th place
"Wouldn't Change a Thing" 5th place
Best Single 10th place
1990 "Better the Devil You Know" 4th place [186]
Worst Single 4th place
Worst LP Enjoy Yourself 6th place
Worst Dressed Person Kylie Minogue Won
Worst Female Solo Singer Won
Worst Haircut 5th place
Most Very Horrible Thing 2nd place
Most Completely Useless Person 3rd place
Most Fanciable Female 3rd place
Best Female Solo Singer 5th place
1991 4th place [187]
Best Dressed Person 9th place
Most Fanciable Female 4th place
Best Actress 10th place
The Most Completely Useless Person 5th place
Worst Haircut in Pop 5th place
The Most Very Horrible Thing 4th place
Worst Dressed Person 2nd place
Worst Female Solo Singer Won
Worst Pop Video "Shocked" 3rd place
Worst Single 6th place
Best Single 10th place
1994 "Confide in Me" 7th place [188]
Best Pop Video 3rd place
Best Album Kylie Minogue 3rd place
Worst Female Singer Kylie Minogue Won
Best Female Solo Singer 3rd place
Best Dressed Person 10th place
Worst Dressed Person 4th place
Best Haircut 8th place
Most Tragic Haircut 4th place
Most Fanciable Female Star 4th place
Least Fanciable Female 2nd place
Sad Loser of '94 8th place
2001 Best Female Nominated [189]
Best Single "Can't Get You Out of My Head" Nominated
2002 Best International Act Kylie Minogue 2nd place [190]
Best Live Act 9th place
Most Fanciable Female 4th place
Best Female Solo 3rd place
2004 Smash Hits Hall of Fame   Won [191]
[192]
TMF Awards 2004 Best International Video "Slow" Won [193]
Top of the Pops Awards 2001 Best Pop Act Kylie Minogue Nominated [194]
Best Tour On a Night Like This Tour Won
Best Single "Can't Get You Out of My Head" Won
2002 Top Tour KylieFever2002 Won [195]
UK Music Video Awards 2011 Best Live Music Coverage Aphrodite: Les Folies Tour Nominated [196]
[197]
Best Pop Video – UK "Get Outta My Way" Nominated
Best Styling Nominated
2019 Best Live Concert Golden Live Tour Won [198]
Variety Club Showbusiness Awards 2002 Showbusiness Personality   Kylie Minogue Won [199]
Virgin Holidays Attitude Awards 2017 Legend Award   Won [200]
Virgin Media Music Awards 2008 Legend Of The Year Won [201]
2011 Best Album Aphrodite Won [202]
Best Track "All the Lovers" Won
Vodafone Live Music Awards 2007 Best Show Production Showgirl: The Homecoming Tour Won [203]
[204]
Wembley Arena 2007 Special Award   Kylie Minogue Won [205]
World Music Awards 1991 Best Selling Australian Artist of the Year Won [206]
2012 Won [207]
2014 World's Best Song "Limpido" (with Laura Pausini) Nominated [208]
World Popular Song Festival 1989 Grand Prix International "Got to Be Certain" Canceled [209]

State and academic honoursEdit

 
Handprints and signature of Minogue in Olympiapark, Munich in 2015.
State and academic honours for Minogue
Country or organization Year Award Ref(s).
American Australian Association 2020 Excellence in Arts Award [210]
[211]
Anglia Ruskin University 2011 Honorary Doctor of Health Sciences [212]
[213]
Australia 2001 Centenary Medal [214]
2019 Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) [215]
[216]
Britain–Australia Society 2016 Britain–Australia Society Award [217]
France 2008 Chevalier de Ordre des Arts et des Lettres [218]
[219]
United Kingdom 2007 Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) [220]
[221]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ a b The awards seek to recognise the best British composers and songwriters. Minogue, however, was not credited as a songwriter for "I Should Be So Lucky", "Can't Get You Out of My Head", and "All The Lovers"—all of which received nominations in 1989,[112] 2002,[113][114] and 2011,[115] respectively.
  2. ^ Indicates the year of ceremony. Each year is linked to the article about the awards held that year, wherever possible.

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