List of awards and nominations received by Tina Arena

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Tina Arena is an Australian singer-songwriter, musician, musical theatre actress and record producer. Tina Arena appeared as a child performer on the national television talent show Young Talent Time in 1976, at age 8 [1] [2] before branching out into a successful solo career.

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Awards and nominations

ALMA Awards

The ALMA Awards, (formerly known as Latin Oscars Award), is an award highlighting the best American Latino contributions to music, television, and film. The awards promote fair and accurate portrayals of Latinos. In Spanish and Portuguese the word alma means "soul."

YearNominee / workAwardResultRef.
1999"I Want to Spend My Life Time Loving You" (with Marc Antony)ALMA Award for Outstanding Performance of a Song for a Feature FilmWon [3]
ALMA Award for Outstanding Music VideoNominated

APRA Awards

The APRA Awards are held in Australia and New Zealand by the Australasian Performing Right Association to recognise songwriting skills, sales and airplay performance by its members annually.

YearNominee / workAwardResultRef.
1996 "Wasn't It Good" (Tina Arena, Robert Parde, Heather Field)Song of the YearWon [4] [5]
Most Performed Song of the YearNominated
1999 "Now I Can Dance" (Tina Arena, David Tyson)Most Performed Song of the YearNominated [6]

ARIA Music Awards

The ARIA Music Awards is an annual awards ceremony that recognises excellence, innovation, and achievement across all genres of Australian music. They commenced in 1987.

YearNominee / workAwardResultRef.
1991 Doug Brady for "Strong as Steel", "I Need Your Body", "The Machine's Breaking Down" Engineer of the Year Nominated [7]
1995 Don't Ask Best Female Artist Won [8]
Album of the Year Won
Highest Selling Album Nominated
"Chains" Best Pop Release Won
Song of the Year Won
Single of the Year Nominated
1996 Don't AskHighest Selling AlbumWon [9]
"Wasn't It Good"Single of the YearNominated
Best Female ArtistNominated
Best Pop ReleaseNominated
Song of the YearNominated
1998 In DeepHighest Selling AlbumNominated [10]
Best Female ArtistNominated
"Burn" Highest Selling Single Nominated
2000 Tina Arena ARIA Award for Outstanding Achievement awarded [11]
2008 Songs of Love and LoseHighest Selling AlbumNominated [12]
2013 Symphony of Life Best Original Soundtrack, Cast or Show Album Nominated [13]
2014 Reset Best Adult Contemporary Album Nominated [14]
2015 Tina Arena ARIA Hall of Fame inducted [15] [16]
2016 ElevenBest Adult Contemporary AlbumNominated [17]
2017 Tim White for Client Liaison (featuring Tina Arena) - "A Foreign Affair" Best Video Nominated [18] [19]

Brit Awards

The BRIT Awards (often simply called the BRITs) are the British Phonographic Industry's annual popular music awards.

YearNominee / workAwardResultRef.
1996 Tina Arena Brit Award for International Breakthrough Act Nominated [20]

Helpmann Awards

The Helpmann Awards is an awards show, celebrating live entertainment and performing arts in Australia, presented by industry group Live Live Performance Australia (LPA) since 2001. [21]

YearNominee / workAwardResultRef.
2008 Tina Arena Helpmann Award for Best Performance in an Australian Contemporary Concert Nominated [22]
2015 Reset TourBest Australian Contemporary ConcertNominated [23]
2019 Tina Arena in Evita Helpmann Award for Best Female Actor in a Musical Nominated [24]

J Awards

The J Awards are an annual series of Australian music awards that were established by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's youth-focused radio station Triple J. They commenced in 2005.

YearNominee / workAwardResultRef.
2017 "A Foreign Affair" (Client Liaison with Tina Arena)Australian Video of the YearWon [25]

La Chanson de l'année

La Chanson de l'année (translated as "Song of the Year" in English) is a ceremony of awards which takes place every year in France.

YearNominee / workAwardResultRef.
2006"Aimer Jusqu'a L'impossible"Song of the YearWon

Mo Awards

The Australian Entertainment Mo Awards (commonly known informally as the Mo Awards), were annual Australian entertainment industry awards. They recognise achievements in live entertainment in Australia from 1975 to 2016. Tina Arena won two awards in that time.

YearNominee / workAwardResult (wins only)Ref.
1995Tina ArenaRock Performer of the YearWon [26]
Tina ArenaAustralian Performer of the YearWon

NRJ Music Award

The NRJ Music Award (commonly abbreviated as an NMA) is an award presented by the French radio station NRJ to honor the best in the French and worldwide music industry. [27] They commenced in 2000.

YearNominee / workAwardResult (wins only)Ref.
2000Tina ArenaInternational Breakthrough of the YearWon

Order of Australia

The Order of Australia is an honour that recognises Australian citizens and other persons for outstanding achievement and service. [28]

YearNominee / workAwardResultRef.
2016 Tina ArenaMember of the Order of Australia (AM)awarded [29]

Ordre national du Mérite

The Ordre national du Mérite is a French order of merit with membership awarded by the President of the French Republic, founded on 3 December 1963 by President Charles de Gaulle.

YearNominee / workAwardResultRef.
2009Tina Arena Knight awarded

People's Choice Awards

The People's Choice Awards (Australia) was an Australian version of the American awards show of the same name. It ran in 1998 and 1999. [30] The awards recognised works of popular culture and people active in it. Winners were chosen by popular vote.

YearNominee / workAwardResultRef.
1998Tina ArenaFavourite Australian Singer (female)Nominated [31]

Support Act

YearNominee / workAwardResultRef.
2019Tina ArenaExcellence in Community Awardawarded [32] [33]

World Music Awards

The World Music Awards was an international award show founded in 1989 under the patronage of Albert II, Prince of Monaco and co-founder/executive producer John Martinotti. The event is based in Monte Carlo. It ran from 1989 to 2008, 2010 and 2014.

YearNominee / workAwardResult (wins only)Ref.
1996Tina ArenaWorld Music Award for World's Best Selling Australian ArtistWon [34]
2000Tina ArenaWorld Music Award for World's Best Selling Australian ArtistWon

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