List of awards and nominations received by Taylor Swift

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Taylor Swift awards and nominations
Taylor Swift is looking towards the camera.
Swift at the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards
Wins 347
Nominations 781
Pending 14

American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift has received many awards and nominations for her music work. Swift signed a record deal with Big Machine Records in 2005 and released her self-titled debut studio album in 2006,[1] which was nominated for an Academy of Country Music Award. At the 50th Annual Grammy Awards, she earned a Best New Artist nomination. Her second studio album Fearless (2008) produced five singles, including "Love Story", "White Horse", and the MTV Video Music Award for Best Female Video-winning song "You Belong with Me". Swift was subsequently nominated for eight categories at the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards and won four of them, including Album of the Year. At the age of twenty, she became the youngest recipient of the award, a record she held for eleven years before being surpassed by Billie Eilish (aged 18) in 2020. Fearless became the first album to win the American Music Country Award, Country Music Association, Academy of Country Music Award, and Grammy Award for Album of the Year.[2][3]

Swift was awarded the American Music Award for Artist of the Year in 2009. She was listed as one of 100 most influential people by Time magazine the following year and later in 2015 and 2019.[4] Her third studio album Speak Now (2010) won Favorite Country Album at the American Music Awards of 2011, and holds the record for Fastest Selling Digital Album by a Female Artist in Guinness World Records. Its single "Mean" won two Grammy Awards. In late 2011, Swift contributed two original songs to The Hunger Games soundtrack album, including "Safe & Sound", which was awarded the Grammy Award for Best Song Written for Visual Media.[5] Her fourth studio album Red (2012) was nominated for the Juno Award and Grammy Award for Album of the Year.

In 2014, Swift won Billboard Woman of the Year for the second time after being honored in 2011. Her 2014 studio album—the pop-focused 1989—earned her three awards at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards, including her second Album of the Year win, making her the first woman to win the award twice. She was also nominated at the ceremony for Record of the Year and Song of the Year (for "Blank Space"), categories she was previously nominated in for "You Belong with Me" and "Shake It Off". In 2015, the IFPI Global Recording Artist of the Year Award presented her the Global Recording Artist award, and the Billboard Music Awards declared her the recipient of eight accolades. At the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards, Swift won four awards, including Video of the Year for "Bad Blood". At the 64th BMI Pop Awards, Swift was honored with the Taylor Swift Award, becoming the second artist after Michael Jackson to be honored by such an award which has been named after the recipient of the award by BMI.[6]

At the American Music Awards of 2018, Swift won Artist of the Year, Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist, Favorite Pop/Rock Album for her sixth studio album Reputation, and Tour of the Year for Reputation Stadium Tour. With a total of 23 awards, she became the most-awarded female artist in AMA history, a record previously held by Whitney Houston.[7] At the 2019 ceremony, she won all five categories she was nominated for, extending her record for most Artist of the Year wins (5), and in addition became the first woman to be awarded Artist of the Decade. With 29 wins, she became the most awarded artist in AMAs history, surpassing Michael Jackson's record of 24 wins. Swift previously held the record for most Billboard Music Awards wins, until exceeded by Canadian rapper Drake in 2019. She currently holds records for most Billboard Music Award wins for a female artist (23)[8] and most Teen Choice Awards wins (26) for a solo artist.[9] The songs "Me!" and "You Need to Calm Down" from her seventh studio album Lover received a record twelve nominations at the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards and won three, including Video of the Year for the latter. She received Billboard's first-ever Woman of the Decade award at its Women in Music ceremony in December 2019.[10]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Award Year[b] Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Category Result Ref.
Academy of Country Music Awards 2007 Taylor Swift New Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated [11]
2008 Won [12]
Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
Taylor Swift Album of the Year Nominated
2009 Taylor Swift Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated [13]
"Love Story" Video of the Year Nominated
Fearless Album of the Year Won
Taylor Swift Crystal Milestone Award Won
2010 Entertainer of the Year Nominated [14]
Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
"You Belong with Me" Video of the Year Nominated
Song of the Year Nominated
2011 Taylor Swift Jim Reeves International Award Won [15]
Entertainer of the Year Won
Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
Speak Now Album of the Year Nominated
2012 Taylor Swift Entertainer of the Year Won [16]
Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
"Mean" Video of the Year Nominated
2013 Taylor Swift Entertainer of the Year Nominated [17]
Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Video of the Year Nominated
Red Album of the Year Nominated
2014 Taylor Swift Entertainer of the Year Nominated [18]
Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
"Highway Don't Care" (with Tim McGraw and Keith Urban) Video of the Year Won
Single Record of the Year Nominated
Vocal Event of the Year Nominated
2015 Taylor Swift 50th Anniversary Milestone Award Won [19]
2019 "Babe" (with Sugarland) Video of the Year Nominated [20]
ADG Excellence in Production Design Award 2020 "Lover" Short Format: Web Series, Music Video, or Commercial Nominated [21]
Reputation Stadium Tour Variety, Reality, or Competition Series Nominated [22]
American Country Awards 2010 Taylor Swift Artist of the Year Nominated [23]
Female Artist of the Year Nominated
Fearless Tour Touring Headline Package of the Year Nominated
2011 Taylor Swift Artist of the Year Nominated [24]
Female Artist of the Year Nominated
Speak Now World Tour Touring Headline Package of the Year Nominated
Speak Now Album of the Year Nominated
"Mean" Female Single of the Year Nominated
"Back to December" Female Video of the Year Nominated
2012 Taylor Swift Artist of the Year Nominated [25]
Female Artist of the Year Nominated
Touring Artist of the Year Nominated
"Ours" Female Single of the Year Nominated
Female Video of the Year Nominated
2013 Taylor Swift Artist of the Year Nominated [26]
Female Artist of the Year Nominated
Touring Artist of the Year Nominated
Worldwide Artist Won
"Begin Again" Female Single of the Year Nominated
Video of the Year Nominated
Female Video of the Year Nominated
"Highway Don't Care" (with Tim McGraw and Keith Urban) Collaborative Single of the Year Won
Collaborative Video of the Year Won
Song of the Year (Songwriters Award) Won
American Country Countdown Awards 2014 Taylor Swift Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated [27]
American Music Awards 2007 Taylor Swift Favorite Country Female Artist Nominated [28]
2008 Won [29]
2009 Artist of the Year Won [30]
[31]
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won
Favorite Country Female Artist Won
Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist Won
Fearless Favorite Country Album Won
Favorite Pop/Rock Album Nominated
2010 Taylor Swift Favorite Country Female Artist Won [32]
2011 Artist of the Year Won [33]
Favorite Country Female Artist Won
Speak Now Favorite Country Album Won
2012 Taylor Swift Favorite Country Female Artist Won [34]
2013 Artist of the Year Won [35]
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won
Favorite Country Female Artist Won
Red Favorite Country Album Won
Favorite Pop/Rock Album Nominated
2014 Taylor Swift Dick Clark Award for Excellence Won [36]
2015 Artist of the Year Nominated [37]
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated
Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist Won
1989 Favorite Pop/Rock Album Won
"Blank Space" Song of the Year Won
"Bad Blood" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Collaboration of the Year Nominated
2018 Taylor Swift Artist of the Year Won [7]
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won
Reputation Favorite Pop/Rock Album Won
Reputation Stadium Tour Tour of the Year Won
2019 Taylor Swift Artist of the Decade Won [38]
Artist of the Year Won [39]
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won
Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist Won
"You Need to Calm Down" Favorite Music Video Won
Lover Favorite Pop/Rock Album Won
Antville Music Video Awards 2016 "Out of the Woods" Best Visual Effects Won
APRA Awards 2010 "Love Story" International Work of the Year Nominated [40]
2016 "Blank Space" Nominated [41]
"Style" Nominated
ARIA Music Awards 2013 Taylor Swift Best International Artist Nominated [42]
2015 Nominated [43]
2016 Nominated [44]
2018 Nominated [45]
2019 Won [46]
A2IM Libera Awards 2012 Taylor Swift Road Warrior of the Year Nominated [47]
2013 Red Album of the Year Nominated [48]
Taylor Swift Hardest Working Artist of the Year Nominated
2014 Nominated [49]
2015 1989 Album of the Year Nominated [50]
2018 Reputation Independent Impact Award Won [51]
ASCAP Pop Music Awards 2014 "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Most Performed Song Won [52]
"I Knew You Were Trouble" Won
2016 "Bad Blood" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Won [53]
2017 "Wildest Dreams" Award-Winning Songs Won [54]
2019 "Delicate" Won [55]
2020 Won [56]
"Me!" (featuring Brendon Urie) Won
BBC Music Awards 2014 Taylor Swift International Artist of the Year Nominated [57]
2015 Won [58]
BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards 2016 Taylor Swift Most Entertaining Celebrity Won [59]
2018 Best International Solo Artist Nominated [60]
2019 Nominated [61]
Berlin Music Video Awards 2020 "You Need to Calm Down" Best Cinematography Nominated [62]
Billboard Music Awards 2009 Taylor Swift Artist of the Year (Female) Won [63]
2011 Top Artist Nominated [64]
Top Female Artist Nominated
Top Billboard 200 Artist Won
Top Country Artist Won
Speak Now Top Billboard 200 Album Nominated
Top Country Album Won
"Mine" Top Country Song Nominated
2012 Taylor Swift Top Touring Artist Nominated [65]
Top Country Artist Nominated
2013 Top Artist Won [66]
Top Female Artist Won
Top Billboard 200 Artist Won
Top Hot 100 Artist Nominated
Billboard Milestone Award Nominated
Top Country Artist Won
Top Social Artist Nominated
Top Digital Songs Artist Won
Red Top Billboard 200 Album Won
Top Country Album Won
"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Top Streaming Song (Video) Nominated
Top Country Song Won
2014 Taylor Swift Top Social Artist Nominated [67]
Top Country Artist Nominated
2015 Top Artist Won [68]
Top Female Artist Won
Top Billboard 200 Artist Won
Top Hot 100 Artist Won
Top Radio Songs Artist Nominated
Top Digital Songs Artist Won
Top Streaming Artist Nominated
Top Social Artist Nominated
Billboard Chart Achievement Award (Fan Voted) Won
1989 Top Billboard 200 Album Won
"Shake It Off" Top Hot 100 Song Nominated
Top Digital Song Nominated
Top Streaming Song (Video) Won
"Blank Space" Nominated
2016 Taylor Swift Top Artist Nominated [69]
[70]
Top Female Artist Nominated
Top Billboard 200 Artist Nominated
Top Hot 100 Artist Nominated
Top Radio Songs Artist Nominated
Top Social Media Artist Nominated
Top Touring Artist Won
1989 Top Billboard 200 Album Nominated
2018 Taylor Swift Top Artist Nominated [71]
Top Female Artist Won
Top Billboard 200 Artist Nominated
Reputation Top Billboard 200 Album Nominated
Top Selling Album Won
2019 Taylor Swift Top Female Artist Nominated [72]
Top Touring Artist Nominated
2020 Top Artist Pending [73]
Top Female Artist Pending
Top Billboard 200 Artist Pending
Top Song Sales Artist Pending
Billboard Chart Achievement Award (Fan Voted) Pending
Lover Top Billboard 200 Album Pending
Billboard Live Music (Touring) Awards 2010 Fearless Tour Top Package Won [74]
Taylor Swift Eventful Fans' Choice Award Nominated [75]
2011 Speak Now World Tour Concert Marketing and Promotion Award Won [76]
Top Package Nominated
Eventful Fans' Choice Award Nominated
2012 Taylor Swift Top Package Nominated [77]
Eventful Fans' Choice Award Nominated
2013 The Red Tour Top Package Won [78]
Concert Marketing and Promotion Award Nominated
Taylor Swift Eventful Fans' Choice Award Nominated
2015 The 1989 World Tour Top Tour Nominated [79]
Taylor Swift Top Draw Nominated
2018 Reputation Stadium Tour Top Tour Nominated [80]
Top U.S. Tour Won
Taylor Swift's Reputation Stadium Tour: MetLife Stadium (July 20–22, 2018) Top Boxscore Nominated
Taylor Swift Top Draw Nominated
2019 Taylor Swift x FujiFilm Activation for the Reputation Stadium Tour Concert and Marketing Promotions Award Nominated [81]
Billboard Women in Music 2011 Taylor Swift Woman of the Year Won [82]
2014 Won [83]
2019 Woman of the Decade Won [10]
BMI Country Awards 2007 "Tim McGraw" Award-Winning Songs Won [84]
2008 "Our Song" Won [85]
"Teardrops On My Guitar" Won
Song of the Year Won
2009 "Love Story" Won [86]
Award-Winning Songs Won
"Picture to Burn" Won
"Should've Said No" Won
2010 Taylor Swift Songwriter of the Year Won [87]
"You Belong with Me" Song of the Year Won
"Fifteen" Award-Winning Songs Won
"Best Days of Your Life" (with Kellie Pickler) Won
"White Horse" Won
"You Belong with Me" Won
2011 "Back To December" Won [88]
"Fearless" Won
"Mine" Won
2012 "Mean" Top 50 Songs Won [89]
"Sparks Fly" Won
2013 "Begin Again" Won [90]
"Ours" Won
2014 "Highway Don't Care" (with Tim McGraw) Won [91]
"Red" Won
2017 "Better Man" Won [92]
BMI London Awards 2014 "Everything Has Changed" (featuring Ed Sheeran) Award-Winning Songs Won [93]
2018 "Look What You Made Me Do" Pop Award Won [94]
2019 "End Game" (featuring Ed Sheeran and Future) Won [95]
BMI Pop Awards 2009 Taylor Swift BMI President's Award Won [96]
"Teardrops On My Guitar" Award-Winning Songs Won
2010 "Love Story" Song of the Year Won [97]
Award-Winning Songs Won
"You Belong with Me" Won
2011 "Two Is Better Than One" (with Boys Like Girls) Won [98]
"You Belong with Me" (2nd Award) Won
2012 "Mine" Won [99]
2013 "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Won [100]
2014 "I Knew You Were Trouble" Won [101]
2015 Taylor Swift Songwriter of the Year Won [102]
"22" Award-Winning Songs Won
"Everything Has Changed" (featuring Ed Sheeran) Won
"Shake It Off" Won
2016 Taylor Swift Taylor Swift Award Won [103]
Songwriter of the Year Won [104]
"Bad Blood" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Award-Winning Songs Won
"Blank Space" Won
"Style" Won
"Wildest Dreams" Won
2017 "This Is What You Came For" Won [105]
2018 "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" (with Zayn) Won [106]
2019 "Look What You Made Me Do" Won [107]
"...Ready for It?" Won
"End Game" (featuring Ed Sheeran and Future) Won
"Delicate" Won
Taylor Swift Songwriter of the Year Won
2020 "Me!" (featuring Brendon Urie) Award-Winning Songs Won [108]
"You Need to Calm Down" Won
Bravo Otto 2012 Taylor Swift Super Singer Female (Bronze) Won [109]
2013 Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez Super-BFFs (Gold) Won [110]
BreakTudo Awards 2017 Taylor Swift International Female Artist Won [111]
"Look What You Made Me Do" Best Video Nominated
2018 "Delicate" Video of the Year Nominated [112]
Taylor Swift International Female Artist Nominated
Reputation Album of the Year Nominated
Reputation Stadium Tour Summer Tour Nominated
2019 Taylor Swift International Female Artist Nominated [113]
"You Need to Calm Down" International Clip of the Year Nominated
"Me!" (featuring Brendon Urie) Boom Clip of the Year Nominated
2020 Taylor Swift International Female Artist Pending [114]
Folklore Album Of The Year Pending
Brit Awards 2010 Taylor Swift International Breakthrough Artist Nominated [115]
2013 International Female Solo Artist Nominated [116]
2015 Won [117]
2018 Nominated [118]
"I Don't Wanna Live Forever" (with Zayn) British Video of the Year Nominated
Canadian Country Music Association 2009 Fearless Top Selling Album Won [119]
2010 Won
2011 Speak Now Won
2012 Taylor Swift Generation Award Won [120]
2013 Red Top Selling Album Won [119]
CD Shop Awards 2020 Lover Music Jacket Creative Awards Won [121]
Channel V Thailand Music Video Awards 2009 Taylor Swift Popular New Artist Won [122]
Clio Awards 2016 "Taylor vs. Treadmill" for Apple Bronze Award for Best Commercials Won [123]
Silver Award for Best Commercials (between 30 and 60 seconds long) Won [124]
Country Music Association Awards 2007 Taylor Swift Horizon Award Won [125]
2008 Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
2009 Entertainer of the Year Won
Female Vocalist of the Year Won
International Artist Achievement Award Won [126]
Fearless Album of the Year Won [125]
"Love Story" Music Video of the Year Won
2010 Taylor Swift Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
2011 Entertainer of the Year Won
Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
Speak Now Album of the Year Nominated
"Mean" Song of the Year Nominated
Music Video of the Year Nominated
2012 Taylor Swift Entertainer of the Year Nominated
Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
"Safe & Sound" (featuring The Civil Wars) Musical Event of the Year Nominated
2013 Taylor Swift Pinnacle Award Won [126]
[127]
International Artist Achievement Award Won
Entertainer of the Year Nominated [125]
Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
Red Album of the Year Nominated
"Highway Don't Care" (with Tim McGraw and Keith Urban) Single of the Year Nominated
Musical Event of the Year Won
Music Video of the Year Won
2014 Taylor Swift Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
2017 "Better Man" Song of the Year Won [128]
2018 "Babe" (with Sugarland) Video of the Year Nominated [129]
Country Music Awards of Australia 2014 Red Top Selling International Album of the Year Won [130]
CMC Music Awards 2011 Taylor Swift International Artist of the Year Won [131]
2014 Won [132]
"Highway Don't Care" (with Tim McGraw) International Video of the Year Won
CMT Artists of the Year 2010 Taylor Swift Artists of the Year Won [133]
2011 Won [134]
CMT Music Awards 2007 "Tim McGraw" Breakthrough Video of the Year Won [135]
2008 "Our Song" Female Video of the Year Won [136]
Video of the Year Won
2009 "Love Story" Won [137]
Female Video of the Year Won
"Photograph" (with Def Leppard) Wide Open Country Video of the Year Nominated
CMT Performance of the Year Nominated
2010 "You Belong with Me" Video of the Year Nominated [138]
Female Video of the Year Nominated
"Best Days of Your Life" (with Kellie Pickler) Collaborative Video of the Year Nominated
2011 "Mine" Video of the Year Won [139]
Female Video of the Year Nominated
Best Web Video of the Year Nominated
2012 "Safe & Sound" (featuring The Civil Wars) Video of the Year Nominated [140]
Collaborative Video of the Year Nominated
"Ours" Female Video of the Year Nominated
2013 "Begin Again" Nominated [141]
"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Video of the Year Nominated
2014 "Highway Don't Care" (with Tim McGraw and Keith Urban) Collaborative Video of the Year Nominated [142]
Video of the Year Nominated
"Red" Nominated
Female Video of the Year Nominated
2019 "Babe" (with Sugarland) Duo Video of the Year Nominated [143]
Collaborative Video of the Year Nominated
Dance Magazine Awards 2020 "Me!" (featuring Brendon Urie) Best Music Video Won [144]
Do Something Awards 2011 Taylor Swift's Speak Now Tour to Benefit Tornado Victims Do Something Concert Won [145]
2012 Taylor Swift Do Something Music Artist Nominated [146]
Taylor Swift Takes High School Senior With Leukemia To ACM Awards Do Something Facebook Nominated
Echo Awards 2015 1989 International Album of the Year Nominated [147]
2018 Taylor Swift International Rock/Pop Female Artist Nominated [148]
Elle Style Awards 2015 Taylor Swift Woman of the Year Won [149]
FiFi Awards 2012 Wonderstruck Fragrance of the Year: Women's Luxe Nominated [150]
2013 Wonderstruck Enchanted Fragrance Celebrity of the Year Won [151]
2015 Incredible Things Fragrance of the Year: Women's Popular Won [152]
Girls' Choice Awards 2020 Taylor Swift Girls Choice Music Icon Pending [153]
Most Empowering Music Artist of the Year Pending
"Me!" (featuring Brendon Urie) Most Empowering Musical Collaboration Of The Year Pending
"Lover (Remix)" (featuring Shawn Mendes) Pending
"You Need to Calm Down" Most Empowering Song of the Year Pending
"Shake It Off" Most Empowering Girl Anthem of the Decade Pending
GLAAD Media Awards 2020 Taylor Swift Vanguard Award Won
Glamour Awards 2014 Taylor Swift International Solo Artist Won [155]
Global Awards 2018 Taylor Swift Best Female Artist Nominated [156]
2020 Best Mass Appeal Artist Nominated [157]
Golden Boot Awards 2019 "Babe" (with Sugarland) Music Video of the Year Nominated
Collaboration of the Year Nominated
Golden Globe Awards 2013 "Safe & Sound" (featuring The Civil Wars) Best Original Song – Motion Picture Nominated [158]
2014 "Sweeter than Fiction" Nominated [159]
2020 "Beautiful Ghosts" Nominated [160]
Grammy Awards 2008 Herself Best New Artist Nominated [161]
2010 Fearless Album of the Year Won [162]
Best Country Album Won
"You Belong with Me" Record of the Year Nominated
Song of the Year Nominated
Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated
"White Horse" Best Female Country Vocal Performance Won
Best Country Song Won
"Breathe" (featuring Colbie Caillat) Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals Nominated
2012 Speak Now Best Country Album Nominated [163]
"Mean" Best Country Solo Performance Won
Best Country Song Won
2013 "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Record of the Year Nominated [164]
"Safe & Sound" (featuring The Civil Wars) Best Country Duo/Group Performance Nominated
Best Song Written for Visual Media Won
2014 Red Album of the Year Nominated [165]
Best Country Album Nominated
"Begin Again" Best Country Song Nominated
"Highway Don't Care" (with Tim McGraw and Keith Urban) Best Country Duo/Group Performance Nominated
2015 "Shake It Off" Record of the Year Nominated [166]
Song of the Year Nominated
Best Pop Solo Performance Nominated
2016 1989 Album of the Year Won [167]
Best Pop Vocal Album Won
"Blank Space" Record of the Year Nominated
Song of the Year Nominated
Best Pop Solo Performance Nominated
"Bad Blood" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Best Pop Duo/Group Performance Nominated
Best Music Video Won
2018 "Better Man" Best Country Song Nominated [168]
"I Don't Wanna Live Forever" Best Song Written for Visual Media Nominated
2019 Reputation Best Pop Vocal Album Nominated [169]
2020 Lover Nominated [170]
"Lover" Song of the Year Nominated
"You Need to Calm Down" Best Pop Solo Performance Nominated
Hito Music Awards 2009 "Love Story" Best Western Song Won [171]
2013 "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Won [172]
2015 "Shake It Off" Won [171]
2016 "Bad Blood" (with Kendrick Lamar) Won [173]
2018 "Look What You Made Me Do" Won [174]
2020 "Me!" (with Brendon Urie) Won [175]
IFPI Global Recording Artist of the Year 2015 Taylor Swift Global Recording Artist of 2014 Won [176]
2020 Global Recording Artist of 2019 Won [177]
iHeartRadio Music Awards 2014 Taylor Swift Best Fan Army Nominated [178]
"Highway Don't Care" (with Tim McGraw and Keith Urban) Country Song of the Year Nominated
2015 Taylor Swift Artist of the Year Won [179]
Best Fan Army Nominated
"Shake It Off" Song of the Year Won
"Blank Space" Best Lyrics Won
2016 Taylor Swift Female Artist of the Year Won [180]
The 1989 World Tour Best Tour Won
Taylor Swift Best Fan Army Nominated
Most Meme-able Moment Won
"Blank Space" Song of the Year Nominated
"Bad Blood" (with Kendrick Lamar) Best Collaboration Nominated
1989 Album of the Year Won
2018 Taylor Swift Female Artist of the Year Won [181]
Best Fan Army Nominated
"Look What You Made Me Do" Best Lyrics Nominated
Best Music Video Nominated
Olivia Benson Cutest Musician's Pet Nominated
"I Don't Wanna Live Forever" (with Zayn) Titanium Award Won [182]
2019 Reputation Stadium Tour Tour of the Year Won [183]
Taylor Swift Best Fan Army Nominated [184]
"Delicate" Best Music Video Won
Titanium Award Won [185]
2020 Lover Pop Album of the Year Won [186]
Taylor Swift Female Artist of the Year Nominated [187]
Best Fan Army Nominated
"You Need to Calm Down" Best Lyrics Nominated
"Lover (Remix)" (featuring Shawn Mendes) Best Remix Nominated
"Me!" (featuring Brendon Urie) Best Music Video Nominated
"Can't Stop Loving You (Phil Collins Cover)" Best Cover Song Nominated
Japan Gold Disc Awards 2015 1989 Album of the Year (Western) Won [188]
Best 3 Albums (Western) Won
2018 Reputation Best 3 Albums (Western) Won [189]
2019 Lover Won [190]
Album of the Year (Western) Won
Juno Awards 2010 Fearless International Album of the Year Nominated [191]
2011 Speak Now Nominated [192]
2013 Red Nominated [193]
2015 1989 Nominated [194]
2018 Reputation Nominated [195]
Los Premios 40 Principales 2012 Taylor Swift Best International Artist Won [196]
2015 Nominated [197]
"Shake It Off" Best International Video Nominated
1989 Best International Album Nominated
Meteor Music Awards 2010 Taylor Swift Best International Female Nominated [198]
MTV Europe Music Awards 2009 Taylor Swift Best New Act Nominated [199]
2012 Best Female Won [200]
Speak Now World Tour Best Live Act Won
Taylor Swift Best Look Won
Best Pop Nominated
Best World Stage Performance Nominated
2013 Best Female Nominated [201]
The Red Tour Best Live Act Nominated
Taylor Swift Best Pop Nominated
2014 Best Female Nominated [202]
Best Look Nominated
2015 "Bad Blood" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Best Song Won [203]
Best Video Nominated
Best Collaboration Nominated
Taylor Swift Best Female Nominated
Best Pop Nominated
Best Live Act Nominated
Biggest Fans Nominated
Best Look Nominated
Best US Act Won
Best Act North American Nominated
2017 "Look What You Made Me Do" Best Video Nominated [204]
Taylor Swift Best Artist Nominated
Best Look Nominated
Best Pop Nominated
Biggest Fans Nominated
Best US Act Nominated
2018 Biggest Fans Nominated [205]
2019 Best US Act Won [206]
Best Artist Nominated
Biggest Fans Nominated
"Me!" (featuring Brendon Urie) Best Video Won
MTV Video Music Awards 2008 "Teardrops on My Guitar" Best New Artist Nominated [207]
2009 "You Belong with Me" Best Female Video Won [208]
2010 "Fifteen" Nominated [209]
2011 "Mean" Best Video with a Social Message Nominated [210]
2013 "I Knew You Were Trouble" Video of the Year Nominated [211]
Best Female Video Won
2015 "Blank Space" Won [212]
Best Pop Video Won
"Bad Blood" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Video of the Year Won
Best Collaboration Won
Best Art Direction Nominated
Best Cinematography Nominated
Best Direction Nominated
Best Editing Nominated
Best Visual Effects Nominated
Song of Summer Nominated
2017 "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" (with Zayn) Best Collaboration Won [213]
2018 "Look What You Made Me Do" Best Art Direction Nominated [214]
Best Editing Nominated
Best Visual Effects Nominated
2019 "You Need to Calm Down" Video of the Year Won [215]
Song of the Year Nominated
Best Pop Nominated
Video for Good Won
Best Direction Nominated
Best Editing Nominated
Best Art Direction Nominated
Best Power Anthem Nominated
Song of the Summer Nominated
"Me!" (featuring Brendon Urie) Best Collaboration Nominated
Best Visual Effects Won
Best Cinematography Nominated
2020 "The Man" Video of the Year Nominated [216]
Video for Good Nominated
Best Direction Won
"Lover" Best Pop Nominated
Best Art Direction Nominated
"Cardigan" Song of the Summer Nominated
MTV Movie Awards 2010 Valentine's Day Best Kiss (with Taylor Lautner) Nominated [217]
MTV Italian Music Awards 2014 Taylor Swift Artist Saga Nominated [218]
2015 Wonder Woman Nominated [219]
MTV Awards Star Nominated
2016 "Wildest Dreams" Air Vigorsol Best Fresh Video Nominated [220]
MTV Video Music Awards Japan 2011 "Mine" Best Female Video Nominated [221]
Best Pop Video Nominated
2013 "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Best Female Video Nominated [222]
Best Pop Video Nominated
Best Karaoke Video Nominated
2015 "Blank Space" Best Female Video – International Nominated [223]
2019 "Me!" (featuring Brendon Urie) Best Female Video – International Won [224]
MTV Millennial Awards 2013 "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Catchiest Hit of the Year Won [225]
2015 Taylor Swift Worldwide Instagrammer of the Year Nominated [226]
"Blank Space" International Hit of the Year Nominated
2017 "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" (with Zayn) Collaboration of the Year Won [227]
MTV Millennial Awards Brazil 2018 "Look What You Make Me Do" International Hit Nominated [228]
Taylor Swift and Katy Perry Shade of the Year Won
Olivia Benson Pet of the Year Nominated
2019 Nominated [229]
MTVU Woodie Awards 2015 "Riptide" Best Cover Woodie Won [230]
Much Music Video Awards 2010 "You Belong with Me" International Video of the Year – Artist Nominated [231]
Your Fave International Video Nominated
2011 "Mine" Most Watched Video of the Year Nominated [232]
2013 "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" International Video of the Year – Artist Nominated [233]
Taylor Swift Your Fave International Artist/Group Won
2014 "Everything Has Changed" (featuring Ed Sheeran) International Video of the Year – Artist Nominated [234]
2015 "Blank Space" Nominated [235]
Taylor Swift Your Fave International Artist/Group Nominated
2016 "Bad Blood" International Artist of the Year Nominated [235]
Most Buzzworthy International Artist or Group Nominated
Taylor Swift Fan Fave International Artist or Group Nominated
Music Business Association Awards 2010 Taylor Swift Artist of the Year Won [236]
Myx Music Awards 2010 "Love Story" Favourite International Video Won [237]
2013 "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Nominated [238]
2015 "Shake It Off" Won [239]
2016 "Bad Blood" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Won [240]
2018 "Look What You Made Me Do" Nominated [241]
2019 "Delicate" Nominated [242]
2020 "Lover" Nominated [243]
Neox Fan Awards 2013 "22" Best Song of the Year Nominated [244]
Nashville Songwriter Awards 2007 Taylor Swift (tied with Alan Jackson) Songwriter/Artist of the Year Won [245]
2009 Taylor Swift Won
2010 Won
2011 Won
2012 Won
2013 Won
2015 Won
"Shake It Off" Ten Songs I Wish I'd Written Won [246]
2017 "Better Man" Won
Nashville Symphony Ball 2011 Taylor Swift Harmony Award Won [247]
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2010 Taylor Swift Favorite Female Singer Won [248]
"You Belong with Me" Favorite Song Won
2011 Taylor Swift Favorite Female Singer Nominated [249]
"Mine" Favorite Song Nominated
2012 Taylor Swift Favorite Female Singer Nominated [250]
"Sparks Fly" Favorite Song Nominated
Taylor Swift The Big Help Award Won [251]
2013 Favorite Female Singer Nominated [252]
"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Favorite Song Nominated
The Lorax Favorite Voice in an Animated Movie Nominated
2014 Taylor Swift Favorite Female Singer Nominated [253]
"I Knew You Were Trouble" Favorite Song Nominated
2015 Taylor Swift Favorite Female Singer Nominated [254]
"Shake It Off" Favorite Song Nominated
2016 Taylor Swift Favorite Female Singer Nominated [255]
"Bad Blood" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Favorite Song Nominated
Favorite Collaboration Nominated
2018 Taylor Swift Favorite Female Singer Nominated [256]
Favorite Global Music Star Nominated
"Look What You Made Me Do" Favorite Song Nominated
2019 Taylor Swift Favorite Female Artist Nominated [257]
Favorite Global Music Star Won
"Delicate" Favorite Song Nominated
2020 Cats Favorite Movie Actress Nominated [258]
"You Need to Calm Down" Favorite Song Nominated
"Me!" (featuring Brendon Urie) Favorite Collaboration Nominated
Taylor Swift Favorite Female Artist Nominated
Favorite Global Music Star Won
Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards 2009 Fave International Singer Nominated [259]
"Love Story" Fave Song Nominated
2010 Valentine's Day (with Taylor Lautner) Fave Kiss Nominated [260]
Taylor Swift Hottest Hottie Nominated
2013 Aussie's Fave Music Act Nominated [261]
"I Knew You Were Trouble" Aussie's Fave Song Nominated
2015 Taylor Swift Aussie/Kiwi's Favourite Fan Army Nominated [262]
Meredith Grey and Olivia Benson Aussie/Kiwi's Favourite Animal Nominated
Nickelodeon Argentina Kids' Choice Awards 2013 "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Favorite International Song Nominated [263]
2015 Taylor Swift Favorite International Artist or Group Nominated
Nickelodeon Colombia Kids' Choice Awards 2015 Taylor Swift Favorite International Artist or Group Nominated [264]
Nickelodeon Mexico Kids' Choice Awards 2015 Taylor Swift Favorite International Artist or Group Nominated [265]
Nickelodeon UK Kids' Choice Awards 2015 Taylor Swift UK Favorite Fan Army Nominated [266]
2016 UK Favourite Fan Family Nominated [267]
Meredith Grey UK Favourite Famous Cat Nominated
Olivia Benson Nominated
NME Awards 2015 Taylor Swift Hero of the Year Nominated [268]
Villain of the Year Nominated
2016 Hero of the Year Nominated [269]
Best International Solo Artist Won
2018 Nominated [270]
"Look What You Made Me Do" Best Music Video Nominated
2020 Taylor Swift Best Solo Act in the World Won [271]
NRJ Music Awards 2015 Taylor Swift International Female Artist of the Year Won [272]
"Bad Blood" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Video of the Year Won
2017 Taylor Swift International Female Artist of the Year Nominated [273]
"Look What You Made Me Do" Video of the Year Nominated
2019 Taylor Swift International Female Artist of the Year Nominated [274]
O Music Awards 2012 Taylor Swift Fan Army FTW Nominated [275]
Most Extreme Fan Outreach Won
People's Choice Awards 2009 "Love Story" Favorite Country Song Nominated [276]
Taylor Swift Favorite Star Under 35 Nominated
2010 Favorite Female Artist Won [277]
Favorite Country Artist Nominated
Favorite Pop Artist Nominated
2011 Favorite Female Artist Nominated [278]
Favorite Country Artist Won
2012 Favorite Female Artist Nominated [279]
Favorite Country Artist Won
Favorite Tour Headliner Nominated
2013 "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Favorite Song Nominated [280]
Taylor Swift Favorite Female Artist Nominated
Favorite Country Artist Won
2014 Won [281]
2015 "Shake It Off" Favorite Song Won [282]
Taylor Swift Favorite Female Artist Won
Favorite Pop Artist Won
2016 "Bad Blood" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Favorite Song Nominated [283]
Taylor Swift Favorite Female Artist Won
Favorite Pop Artist Won
Favorite Social Media Celebrity Nominated
2018 Reputation Stadium Tour Concert Tour of the Year Won [284]
Taylor Swift Female Artist of the Year Nominated
Social Celebrity of the Year Nominated
2019 Lover Album of the Year Won [285]
"Me!" (featuring Brendon Urie) Music Video of the Year Nominated
Taylor Swift Female Artist of the Year Nominated
Social Celebrity of the Year Nominated
Pollstar Awards 2019 Reputation Stadium Tour Best Pop Tour Won [286]
Premios Juventud 2015 "Blank Space" Favorite Hit Nominated [287]
[288]
Taylor Swift Favorite Hitmaker Nominated
Primetime Emmy Awards 2015 AMEX Unstaged: Taylor Swift Experience Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media — Original Interactive Program Won [289]
Q Awards 2015 Taylor Swift Best Solo Artist Nominated [290]
2018 Best Live Artist Won [291][292]
Queerty Awards 2019 "You Need to Calm Down" Queer Anthem Nominated [293]
Radio Disney Music Awards 2013 "I Knew You Were Trouble" Song of the Year Won [294]
[295]
"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Best Break Up Song Won
Taylor Swift Best Female Artist Nominated
2014 "Everything Has Changed" (featuring Ed Sheeran) Best Musical Collaboration Won [296]
Taylor Swift Fiercest Fans Won
Best Female Artist Nominated
2015 "Shake It Off" Song of the Year Nominated [297]
Best Song to Dance To Won
Taylor Swift Best Female Artist Nominated
Most Talked About Artist Nominated
2016 "Bad Blood" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Song of the Year Won [298]
Best Breakup Song Won
Taylor Swift Best Female Artist Nominated
Most Talked About Artist Won
Artist With The Best Style Nominated
Fiercest Fans Nominated
2017 "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" (with Zayn) Best Collaboration Nominated [299]
2018 Taylor Swift Best Artist Nominated [300]
Look What You Made Me Do Song of the Year Nominated
Best Song To Lip-Sync To Nominated
RFK Human Rights Ripple of Hope Awards 2012 Taylor Swift Ripple of Hope Award Won [301]
Rockbjörnen 2015 "Shake It Off" Best Foreign Tune Nominated [302]
RTHK International Pop Poll Awards 2020 "Lover" Top 10 International Gold Song Won [303]
Lover Best Selling Album (English) Won
Taylor Swift Top Female Artist (Silver) Won
Satellite Awards 2018 "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" (with Zayn) Best Original Song Nominated [304]
Shorty Awards 2015 Taylor Swift Best Singer Won [305]
2016 Won [306]
SiriusXM Indie Awards 2009 "Love Story" Favourite International Single Nominated [307]
Fearless Favourite International Album Won
Taylor Swift Favourite International Solo Artist Nominated
2011 International Solo Artist of the Year Won [308]
2012 Nominated [309]
Speak Now International Album of the Year Nominated
2013 Taylor Swift International Artist of the Year Won [310]
Red International Album of the Year Nominated [311]
"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" International Single of the Year Nominated
International Video of the Year Nominated
Songwriters Hall of Fame 2010 Taylor Swift Hal David Starlight Award Won [312]
Space Shower Music Awards 2019 Taylor Swift Best International Artist Nominated [313]
Teen Choice Awards 2008 Taylor Swift Choice Breakout Artist Won [314]
2009 Choice Female Artist Won [315]
[316]
"Love Story" Choice Love Song Nominated
Fearless Choice Female Album Won
Fearless Tour Choice Music Tour Nominated
2010 Taylor Swift (with Taylor Lautner) Choice Chemistry Nominated [317]
Choice Liplock Nominated
Taylor Swift Choice Breakout Female Won
Choice Female Artist Nominated
Choice Female Country Artist Won
"Fifteen" Choice Country Song Won
Fearless Choice Country Album Won
2011 Taylor Swift Red Carpet Hot Icon – Female Won [318]
Choice Female Artist Won
Choice Female Country Artist Won
Ultimate Choice Won
"Mean" Choice Country Song Won
"Back to December" Choice Break-Up Song Won
"Mine" Choice Love Song Nominated
2012 Taylor Swift Choice Female Artist Won [319]
Choice Female Country Artist Won
The Lorax Choice Voice Won
"Eyes Open" Choice Single by a Female Artist Won
"Sparks Fly" Choice Country Song Won
2013 Taylor Swift Choice Female Artist Nominated [320]
Choice Female Country Artist Won
Choice Smile Nominated
"I Knew You Were Trouble" Choice Single by a Female Artist Nominated
"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Choice Country Song Won
Choice Break-Up Song Nominated
"Red Tour" Choice Summer Tour Nominated
2014 Taylor Swift Choice Female Artist Nominated [321]
Choice Female Country Artist Won
Choice Smile Nominated
Choice Social Media Queen Nominated
Choice Instagrammer Nominated
Choice Fanatic Fans Nominated
2015 Taylor Swift Choice Female Artist Nominated [322]
Choice Female Hottie Nominated
Choice Summer Music Star: Female Won
Choice Social Media Queen Nominated
Choice Twit Won
"Shake It Off" Choice Single by a Female Artist Nominated
"Bad Blood" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Choice Break-Up Song Won
Choice Music Collaboration Won
Choice Summer Song Nominated
"Blank Space" Choice Party Song Nominated
"1989 World Tour" Choice Summer Tour Nominated
2016 Taylor Swift Choice Female Artist Nominated [323]
"New Romantics" Choice Song by a Female Artist Nominated
2017 "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" (with Zayn) Choice Music Collaboration Nominated [324]
Taylor Swift Choice Instagrammer Nominated
2018 Choice Female Artist Nominated [325]
"Look What You Made Me Do" Choice Song by a Female Artist Nominated
"End Game" Choice Music Collaboration Nominated
"Delicate" Choice Pop Song Nominated
Reputation Stadium Tour Choice Summer Tour Nominated
Taylor Swift Choice Fandom Nominated
2019 Taylor Swift Icon Award Won [326]
Choice Female Artist Nominated [327]
[328]
Choice Summer Female Artist Nominated
Choice Social Star Nominated
"Me!" (featuring Brendon Urie) Choice Song by a Female Artist Nominated
Choice Pop Song Nominated
"You Need to Calm Down" Choice Summer Song Nominated
Taylor Swift Choice Fandom Nominated
Telehit Awards 2013 Red Best Female Pop Album Won [329]
2015 Taylor Swift Best Female Artist Won [330]
"Bad Blood" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Video of the Year Won
2019 Taylor Swift Best Solo Female Act Nominated [331]
"You Need to Calm Down" Best Anglo Video Nominated
People's Best Video Nominated
Ticketmaster Awards 2018 Taylor Swift Artist of the Year Won [332]
2019 Reputation Stadium Tour Touring Milestone Award Won [333]
UK Music Video Awards 2015 "Bad Blood" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Best Pop Video - International Won [334]
Best Styling Won
V Chart Awards 2013 Taylor Swift Favorite Artist of the Year (Western) Won [335]
2014 "22" Best Music Video of the Year Won [336]
2015 "Blank Space" Won [337]
Taylor Swift Favorite Artist of the Year (Western) Won
Top Female Artist (Western) Won
2016 Won [338]
2017 Favorite Artist of the Year (Western) Won [339]
Top Female Artist (Western) Won
Webby Awards 2020 "Lover" Best Art Direction Won [340]
Weibo Starlight Awards 2019 Taylor Swift Most Influential Musician (Western) Won [341][342]
World Music Awards 2010 Taylor Swift World's Best Pop/Rock Artist Nominated [343]
Fearless World's Best Album Nominated
2012 Red Nominated [344]
"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" World's Best Song Nominated
World's Best Video Nominated
Taylor Swift World's Best Female Artist Nominated
World's Best Live Act Nominated
World's Best Entertainer of the Year Nominated
Young Hollywood Awards 2008 Taylor Swift Superstar of Tomorrow Won [345]
YouTube Music Awards 2013 Taylor Swift Artist of the Year Nominated [346]
"I Knew You Were Trouble" Response of the Year Nominated
YouTube Phenomenon Won [347]
2015 Taylor Swift 50 Artists to Watch Won [348]

Other accolades[edit]

Guinness World Records[edit]

Year the record was awarded, record holder, and name of the record
Year Record holder World Record Ref.
2010 Speak Now Fastest Selling Digital Album by a Female Artist [349]
2012 Taylor Swift First Solo Female with Two Million-Selling Weeks on the U.S. Albums Chart [350]
"We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" Fastest Selling Single in Digital History [351]
2014 Taylor Swift Most Million-Selling Weeks on the U.S. Albums Chart with Three Consecutive Albums [352]
2017 Highest Annual Earnings Ever For A Female Pop Star [353]
2019 Lover Biggest-Selling Album Worldwide For A Solo Artist (Current) [354]
2020 Folklore Most day-one streams of an album on Spotify (female) [355]

Listicles[edit]

Name of publisher, name of listicle, year(s) listed, and placement result
Publisher Listicle Year(s) Result Ref.
Billboard The Greatest Pop Star By Year (1981-2019) 2015 Placed [356]
2009, 2012, 2017 Honorable Mention
Bloomberg Bloomberg 50 2018 Placed [357]
Brandwatch Most Influential People on Twitter 2018-2019 1st [358][359]
CNN The 10 Artists Who Transformed Music in the 2010s 2019 Placed [360]
Entertainment Weekly Entertainers of the Year 2019 Placed [361]
Forbes 30 Under 30 2012-2014 Placed [362]
World's Highest-Paid Women in Music (including first-placements in 2016 and 2019) 2011-2020 Placed [363]
Most Powerful Women (youngest listed in 2015) 2015 64th [364]
2019 71st [365]
Celebrity 100 (including first-placements in 2016 and 2019) 2011-2020 Placed [366]
America's Richest Self-Made Women 2016-2019 60th [367]
Top-Earning Musicians of the Decade 2019 2nd [368]
Fortune 40 Under 40 2015 6th [369]
Most Powerful Women 51st [370]
Google Most-Searched-For Women in Music 2019 1st [371]
iHeartRadio Canada Icons of the Decade 2019 Placed [372]
People People of the Year 2019 Placed [373]
The Post The 8 Most Influential Musicians of the 2010s 2019 Placed [374]
Rolling Stone 100 Greatest Songwriters of All Time (youngest listed) 2015 97th [375]
500 Greatest Albums of All Time 2020 99th (Red)

393rd (1989)

[376]
Time Time 100 (under "Artists" with tribute written by Stevie Nicks) 2010 Placed [377]
Time 100 (under "Icons" with tribute written by Mariska Hargitay) 2015 Placed [378]
Time Person of the Year (as "Silence Breakers") 2017 Placed [379]
Time 100 (under "Icons" with tribute written by Shawn Mendes) 2019 Placed [380]
Variety Variety500: The 500 Most Important People in Global Media 2017-2019 Placed [381]
Hollywood's New Leaders (under "Creative") 2014 Placed [382]
Wired The 10 Best Artists of the 2010s 2019 Placed [383]
YouGov Most-Admired Women 2019 10th [384]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Awards in certain categories do not have prior nominations and only winners are announced by the jury. For simplification and to avoid errors, each award in this list has been presumed to have had a prior nomination.
  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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