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Madonna (1958-) - Awards, Honors

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Grammy Award nomination for best female pop performance, 1986, for "Crazy for You"; Grammy Award nomination for best female pop vocal, 1986, for "Papa Don't Preach"; People's Choice Award for favorite female musical performer, 1986; "Video Vanguard" Award, MTV Video Music Awards, 1986, for career achievement; Grammy Award nomination, best song written specifically for a motion picture or television, 1987, for "Who's That Girl?"; Pop/Rock Video Award for favorite female video artist, American Music Awards, 1987; Favorite Pop/Rock Video Artist Award, American Music Awards, 1987; Best Female Video Award, MTV Video Music Awards, 1987, for "Papa Don't Preach"; Viewers Choice Award, MTV Video Music Awards, and International Music Award, both 1989, both for Like a Prayer; Artist of the Decade Award, MTV Video Music Awards, 1989, for career achievement; Critics Pick Award for best video, Rolling Stone, 1989, for Like a Prayer, and 1990, for Justify My Love; Grammy Award nomination for best short-form video, 1990, for "Oh Father"; Critics Award for best tour, Rolling Stone, 1991, for the Blonde Ambition Tour; Rolling Stone's Readers Poll Awards for best single, best video, best dressed female artist, and sexiest female singer, all 1991, first two for "Vogue"; Award of Courage, AmFAR, 1991; MTV Video Music Award for best long-form video, 1991, for The Immaculate Collection; People's Choice Award, Hard Rock Cafe Foundation/International Rock Awards, 1991; American Music Award for best dance single, 1991, for "Vogue"; Academy Award for best original song, 1991, for "Sooner or Later"; Grammy Award for best music video (long-form), 1991, for Blond Ambition World Tour Life; Rolling Stone's Readers Poll Award for best dressed female artist, 1992; Golden Globe Award nominations, best original song, 1992, for "This Used to Be My Playground," from A League of Their Own (with others); Film and Television Music Award for best songwriting, American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP), 1993, for "This Used to Be My Playground"; Rolling Stone's Readers Poll Award for best dressed female artist, 1993; MTV Video Music Award for best female video, 1995, for "Take a Bow"; VH1 Music Fashion Award for most fashionable artist, 1995; Golden Globe Award nomination, best original song, 1995, for "I'll Remember," from With Honors; Grammy nomination for best pop album, 1995, for Bedtime Stories; Pop Award, ASCAP, 1996, for "You'll See"; Artist Achievement Award, Billboard, 1996; Golden Globe Award for best actress in a comedy/musical, American Moviegoers' Awards for most outstanding performance by a female actress, MTV Movie Award nomination for best female performer, and MTV Movie Award nomination for best movie song ("Don't Cry for Me Argentina"), 1997, all for Evita; VH1 Fashion Awards for most fashionable artist, most stylish music artist, and the Versace Award, all 1998; MTV Video Music Awards for video of the year and best female video, both 1998, both for "Ray of Light"; Grammy Award nomination for album of the year and Grammy Award for best pop album, both 1999, both for Ray of Light; Grammy Award nomination for record of the year and Grammy Awards for best dance recording and best short-form music video, all 1999, all for "Ray of Light"; ARTIST-direct Online Music Award for favorite female artist, 1999; Grammy Award nomination for best female pop vocal performance and Grammy Award for best original song from a motion picture, both 2000, both for "Beautiful Stranger"; Billboard Award for best video clip of the year, 2000, for "Music"; Capital FM Award for favorite international solo artist, 2001; International Dance Music Awards for best pop dance 12 inch record, best dance video, and best solo dance artist, all 2001, and for best solo dance artist, 2002; Grammy Award for best recording package, 2001, for "Music"; MVPA Award for video of the year, 2001, for "Don't Tell Me"; Grammy Award nomination for best short-form music video, 2002, for "Don't Tell Me"; Pop Music Award for most performed song, ASCAP, 2002, for "Don't Tell Me"; Grammy Award nomination for best original song, 2003, for "Die Another Day"; Michael Jackson International Artist of the Year Award, American Music Awards, 2003.

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