Awards

Whitney Houston holds the Guinness World Record as the most awarded female artist of all time, with more than 400 career awards. Whitney won 6 GRAMMY Awards, and she holds the record for most American Music Awards won by a female artist. This list details a majority of Whitney’s awards.

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1985

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
1985 Billboard Number One Awards 12/1985 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information New Black Artist Won
1985 Billboard Number One Awards 12/1985 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information New Pop Artist Won
The 17th NAACP Image Awards 12/1985 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Outstanding New Artist Won

1986

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
The 13th American Music Awards 01/27/1986 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated
How Will I Know (American Music Awards 1986)
  • Release Date: January 27, 1986
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The 13th American Music Awards 01/27/1986 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Nominated
How Will I Know (American Music Awards 1986)
  • Release Date: January 27, 1986
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The 13th American Music Awards 01/27/1986 *Whitney Houston* Toggle Information Favorite Soul/R&B Album Nominated
How Will I Know (American Music Awards 1986)
  • Release Date: January 27, 1986
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The 13th American Music Awards 01/27/1986 "You Give Good Love" Toggle Information Favorite Soul/R&B Single Won
How Will I Know (American Music Awards 1986)
  • Release Date: January 27, 1986
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The 13th American Music Awards 01/27/1986 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Soul/R&B Video Artist Nominated
How Will I Know (American Music Awards 1986)
  • Release Date: January 27, 1986
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The 13th American Music Awards 01/27/1986 "Saving All My Love for You" Toggle Information Favorite Soul/R&B Video Won
How Will I Know (American Music Awards 1986)
  • Release Date: January 27, 1986
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The 28th GRAMMY Awards 02/25/1986 *Whitney Houston* Toggle Information Album of the Year Nominated
The 28th GRAMMY Awards 02/25/1986 "Saving All My Love For You" Toggle Information Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female Won
The 28th GRAMMY Awards 02/25/1986 "You Give Good Love" Toggle Information Best R&B Vocal Performance, Female Nominated
The NARM 1985-1986 Best Seller Awards 03/10/1986 *Whitney Houston* Toggle Information Best-selling Album by a New Artist Won
The NARM 1985-1986 Best Seller Awards 03/10/1986 *Whitney Houston* Toggle Information Best-selling Black Music Album by a Female Artist Won
The 3rd MTV Video Music Awards 09/05/1986 "How Will I Know" Toggle Information Best Female Video Won
How Will I Know (MTV Video Music Awards 1986)
  • Release Date: September 05, 1986
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The 3rd MTV Video Music Awards 09/05/1986 "How Will I Know" Toggle Information Best New Artist in a Video Nominated
How Will I Know (MTV Video Music Awards 1986)
  • Release Date: September 05, 1986
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The 38th Emmy Awards 09/21/1986 The 28th Annual Grammy Awards Toggle Information Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program Won
1986 Billboard The Year in Music & Video 12/1986 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Top Pop Artist of the Year Won
1986 Billboard The Year in Music & Video 12/1986 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Top Pop Album Won
1986 Billboard The Year in Music & Video 12/1986 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Top Pop Album Artist Won
1986 Billboard The Year in Music & Video 12/1986 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Top Pop Album Artist - Female Won
1986 Billboard The Year in Music & Video 12/1986 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Top Black Album Won
1986 Billboard The Year in Music & Video 12/1986 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Top Black Album Artist Won
The 18th NAACP Image Awards 12/1986 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Outstanding Female Recording Artist Won
The 8th American Black Achievement Awards 12/1986 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information The Music Award Won

1987

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
The 14th American Music Awards 01/26/1987 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won
All At Once (American Music Awards 1987)
  • Release Date: January 26, 1987
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Whitney Houston Wins 5 American Music Awards (1987)
  • Release Date: January 26, 1987
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The 14th American Music Awards 01/26/1987 *Whitney Houston* Toggle Information Favorite Pop/Rock Album Won
All At Once (American Music Awards 1987)
  • Release Date: January 26, 1987
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Whitney Houston Wins 5 American Music Awards (1987)
  • Release Date: January 26, 1987
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The 14th American Music Awards 01/26/1987 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Pop/Rock Female Video Artist Nominated
All At Once (American Music Awards 1987)
  • Release Date: January 26, 1987
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Whitney Houston Wins 5 American Music Awards (1987)
  • Release Date: January 26, 1987
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The 14th American Music Awards 01/26/1987 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Won
All At Once (American Music Awards 1987)
  • Release Date: January 26, 1987
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Whitney Houston Wins 5 American Music Awards (1987)
  • Release Date: January 26, 1987
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The 14th American Music Awards 01/26/1987 *Whitney Houston* Toggle Information Favorite Soul/R&B Album Won
All At Once (American Music Awards 1987)
  • Release Date: January 26, 1987
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Whitney Houston Wins 5 American Music Awards (1987)
  • Release Date: January 26, 1987
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The 14th American Music Awards 01/26/1987 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Soul/R&B Female Video Artist Nominated
All At Once (American Music Awards 1987)
  • Release Date: January 26, 1987
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Whitney Houston Wins 5 American Music Awards (1987)
  • Release Date: January 26, 1987
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The 14th American Music Awards 01/26/1987 "Greatest Love Of All" Toggle Information Favorite Soul/R&B Video Single Won
All At Once (American Music Awards 1987)
  • Release Date: January 26, 1987
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Whitney Houston Wins 5 American Music Awards (1987)
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1987 BRIT Awards 02/09/1987 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Best International Solo Artist Won
The 29th GRAMMY Awards 02/24/1987 "Greatest Love Of All" Toggle Information Record of the Year Nominated
The 13th People's Choice Awards 03/14/1987 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Female Musical Performer Won
The 1st Soul Train Music Awards 03/23/1987 *Whitney Houston* Toggle Information Best Album of the Year, Female Nominated
That’s What Friends Are For (1987 Soul Train Music Awards)
  • Release Date: March 23, 1987
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The 1st Soul Train Music Awards 03/23/1987 "Greatest Love Of All" Toggle Information Best Single, Female Nominated
That’s What Friends Are For (1987 Soul Train Music Awards)
  • Release Date: March 23, 1987
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1987 Billboard The Year in Music & Video 12/1987 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Top Pop Album Artist - Female Won
The 9th American Black Achievement Awards 12/1987 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information The Music Award Won
The 19th NAACP Image Awards 12/13/1987 *Whitney* Toggle Information Outstanding Female Recording Artist Nominated

1988

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
Rennbahn-Express Magazine's Starwahl 1988 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Goldener Pinguin Award - Best Female Singer Won
National Urban Coalition 1988 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Distinguished Artist/Humanitarian Award Won
The 15th American Music Awards 01/25/1988 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won
Where Do Broken Hearts Go (American Music Awards 1988)
  • Release Date: January 25, 1988
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Wonderful Counselor (with Cissy & Gary Houston) (American Music Awards 1988)
  • Release Date: January 25, 1988
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The 15th American Music Awards 01/25/1988 "I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)" Toggle Information Favorite Pop/Rock Single Won
Where Do Broken Hearts Go (American Music Awards 1988)
  • Release Date: January 25, 1988
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Wonderful Counselor (with Cissy & Gary Houston) (American Music Awards 1988)
  • Release Date: January 25, 1988
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The 15th American Music Awards 01/25/1988 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Nominated
Where Do Broken Hearts Go (American Music Awards 1988)
  • Release Date: January 25, 1988
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Wonderful Counselor (with Cissy & Gary Houston) (American Music Awards 1988)
  • Release Date: January 25, 1988
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1988 BRIT Awards 02/08/1988 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Best International Solo Artist Nominated
The 30th GRAMMY Awards 03/02/1988 *Whitney* Toggle Information Album of the Year Nominated
I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me) (GRAMMY Awards 1988)
  • Release Date: March 02, 1988
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The 30th GRAMMY Awards 03/02/1988 "I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)" Toggle Information Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female Won
I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me) (GRAMMY Awards 1988)
  • Release Date: March 02, 1988
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The 30th GRAMMY Awards 03/02/1988 "For The Love Of You" Toggle Information Best R&B Vocal Performance, Female Nominated
I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me) (GRAMMY Awards 1988)
  • Release Date: March 02, 1988
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The 14th People's Choice Awards 03/13/1988 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Female Musical Performer Won
The 2nd Soul Train Music Awards 03/30/1988 *Whitney* Toggle Information Best R&B Album of the Year, Female Won
The 2nd Soul Train Music Awards 03/30/1988 "I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)" Toggle Information Best Music Video Nominated
Grambling State University 07/21/1988 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters Won
American Dental Hygienists' Association 10/16/1988 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information America's Greatest Smiles Won
The 1st Garden State Music Awards 11/19/1988 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Best Female Vocalist, Rock/Pop Won
The 1st Garden State Music Awards 11/19/1988 *Whitney* Toggle Information Best Album, Rock/Pop Won
The 1st Garden State Music Awards 11/19/1988 "So Emotional" Toggle Information Best Single, Rock/Pop Won
The 1st Garden State Music Awards 11/19/1988 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Best Female Vocalist, R&B/Dance Won
The 1st Garden State Music Awards 11/19/1988 *Whitney* Toggle Information Best Album, R&B/Dance Won
The 1st Garden State Music Awards 11/19/1988 "So Emotional" Toggle Information Best Single, R&B/Dance Won
The 1st Garden State Music Awards 11/19/1988 "I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)" Toggle Information Best Music Video Won
1988 Billboard The Year in Music & Video 12/1988 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Top Pop Singles Artist - Female Won
BRAVO Magazine's Bravo Otto 12/1988 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Best Female Singer - Silver Otto Award Won
The 10th American Black Achievement Awards 12/1988 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information The Music Award Won

1989

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
The 16th American Music Awards 01/30/1989 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won
The 16th American Music Awards 01/30/1989 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Won
The 31st GRAMMY Awards 02/22/1989 "One Moment In Time" Toggle Information Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female Nominated
The 3rd Soul Train Music Awards 04/13/1989 "Where Do Broken Hearts Go" Toggle Information Best R&B/Urban Contemporary Single, Female Nominated
Hold Up The Light (with BeBe and CeCe Winans – Soul Train Music Awards 1989)
  • Release Date: April 13, 1989
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The 2nd Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 06/25/1989 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Female Singer Nominated
The 15th People's Choice Awards 08/23/1989 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Female Musical Performer Won

1990

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
The 32nd GRAMMY Awards 02/21/1990 "It Isn't, It Wasn't, It Ain't Never Gonna Be" (Duet with Aretha Franklin) Toggle Information Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal Nominated
The 46th United Negro College Fund Awards 03/08/1990 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information The Frederick D. Patterson Award Won
Points of Light 05/02/1990 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Points of Light Contributing Leader Won
The 21st Songwriters Hall of Fame Induction & Awards 05/30/1990 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Howie Richmond Hitmaker Award Won
The 4th Essence Awards 10/19/1990 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information The Essence Award for the Performing Arts Won

1991

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
The 8th American Cinema Awards 01/12/1991 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Musical Performer of the Year Won
1991 BRIT Awards 02/10/1991 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Best International Female Artist Nominated
The 33rd GRAMMY Awards 02/20/1991 "I'm Your Baby Tonight" Toggle Information Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female Nominated
The 13th American Black Achievement Awards 10/23/1991 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information The Music Award Won
The 2nd Billboard Music Awards 12/09/1991 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Top Album Artists - Female Nominated
The 2nd Billboard Music Awards 12/09/1991 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Top Pop Singles Artist Nominated
The 2nd Billboard Music Awards 12/09/1991 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Top Pop Singles Artist - Female Nominated
The 2nd Billboard Music Awards 12/09/1991 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Top R&B Artist Won
The 2nd Billboard Music Awards 12/09/1991 *I'm Your Baby Tonight* Toggle Information Top R&B Album Won
The 2nd Billboard Music Awards 12/09/1991 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Top R&B Album Artist Won
The 2nd Billboard Music Awards 12/09/1991 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Top R&B Singles Artist Won
The 2nd Billboard Music Awards 12/09/1991 "All The Man That I Need" Toggle Information Top Adult Contemporary Single Nominated

1992

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
The 24th NAACP Image Awards 01/11/1992 HBO Presents Welcome Home Heroes with Whitney Houston Toggle Information Outstanding Variety Series or Special Nominated
The 24th NAACP Image Awards 01/11/1992 "I'm Your Baby Tonight" Toggle Information Outstanding Female Artist Nominated
The 13th CableACE Awards 01/12/1992 HBO Presents Welcome Home Heroes with Whitney Houston Toggle Information Performance in a Music Special or Series Won
The 13th CableACE Awards 01/12/1992 HBO Presents Welcome Home Heroes with Whitney Houston Toggle Information Music Special Nominated
The 19th American Music Awards 01/27/1992 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated
The 19th American Music Awards 01/27/1992 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Nominated
The 19th American Music Awards 01/27/1992 *I'm Your Baby Tonight* Toggle Information Favorite Soul/R&B Album Nominated
The 19th American Music Awards 01/27/1992 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist Nominated
The 19th American Music Awards 01/27/1992 *I'm Your Baby Tonight* Toggle Information Favorite Adult Contemporary Album Nominated
The 34th GRAMMY Awards 02/25/1992 "All The Man That I Need" Toggle Information Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female Nominated
The 6th Soul Train Music Awards 03/10/1992 *I'm Your Baby Tonight* Toggle Information Best R&B/Soul Album, Female Nominated
The 6th Soul Train Music Awards 03/10/1992 "All The Man That I Need" Toggle Information Best R&B/Soul Single, Female Nominated
The 8th Carousel of Hope Ball 10/02/1992 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Brass Ring Award Won

1993

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
The 7th Japan Gold Disc Awards 1993 *The Bodyguard Soundtrack* Toggle Information Grand Prix Album Award, International Won
The 7th Japan Gold Disc Awards 1993 *The Bodyguard Soundtrack* Toggle Information Compilation Album Prize, International Won
The 7th Japan Gold Disc Awards 1993 "I Will Always Love You" Toggle Information Grand Prix Single Award, International Won
Smash Hits Poll Winners Party 1993 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Best Female Artist Won
Whitney Houston Accepts 1993 Smash Hits Award
  • Release Date: January 01, 1993
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The 35th GRAMMY Awards 02/24/1993 "I Belong To You" Toggle Information Best R&B Vocal Performance, Female Nominated
The 7th Soul Train Music Awards 03/09/1993 "I Will Always Love You" Toggle Information Best R&B/Soul Single, Female Won
The 19th People's Choice Awards 03/17/1993 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Female Musical Performer Won
The 19th People's Choice Awards 03/17/1993 "I Will Always Love You" Toggle Information Favorite New Music Video Won
The 19th People's Choice Awards 03/17/1993 *The Bodyguard* Toggle Information Favorite Actress in a Dramatic Motion Picture Nominated
The 2nd MTV Movie Awards 06/09/1993 *The Bodyguard* Toggle Information Best Movie Nominated
The 2nd MTV Movie Awards 06/09/1993 *The Bodyguard* Toggle Information Best Female Performance Nominated
The 2nd MTV Movie Awards 06/09/1993 *The Bodyguard* Toggle Information Best Breakthrough Performance Nominated
The 2nd MTV Movie Awards 06/09/1993 *The Bodyguard* Toggle Information Best On-Screen Duo (with Kevin Costner) Nominated
The 2nd MTV Movie Awards 06/09/1993 "I Will Always Love You" Toggle Information Best Song From A Movie Won
BRAVO Magazine's Bravo Otto 12/1993 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Best Female Singer - Silver Otto Award Won
BRAVO Magazine's Bravo Otto 12/1993 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Best Actress - Silver Otto Award Won
The 5th Billboard Music Awards 12/08/1993 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Hot 100 Singles Artist Won
The 5th Billboard Music Awards 12/08/1993 "I Will Always Love You" Toggle Information Hot 100 Single Won
The 5th Billboard Music Awards 12/08/1993 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Hot R&B Singles Artist Won
The 5th Billboard Music Awards 12/08/1993 "I Will Always Love You" Toggle Information Hot R&B Single Won
The 5th Billboard Music Awards 12/08/1993 *The Bodyguard Soundtrack* Toggle Information Top Billboard 200 Album (Top Album of the Year) Won
The 5th Billboard Music Awards 12/08/1993 *The Bodyguard Soundtrack* Toggle Information Top R&B Album Won
The 5th Billboard Music Awards 12/08/1993 *The Bodyguard Soundtrack* Toggle Information Top Soundtrack Album Won
The 5th Billboard Music Awards 12/08/1993 *The Bodyguard Soundtrack* Toggle Information Album Most Weeks at #1 for 20 weeks (Special Award) Won
The 5th Billboard Music Awards 12/08/1993 "I Will Always Love You" Toggle Information Single Most Weeks at #1 for 14 weeks (Special Award) Won
The 5th Billboard Music Awards 12/08/1993 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information #1 World Artist Won
The 5th Billboard Music Awards 12/08/1993 "I Will Always Love You" Toggle Information #1 World Single Won
The 5th Billboard Music Awards 12/08/1993 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Hot Adult Contemporary Artist Nominated
The 5th Billboard Music Awards 12/08/1993 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Hot 100 Singles Artist - Female (Whitney Houston) Won
The 5th Billboard Music Awards 12/08/1993 "I Will Always Love You" Toggle Information Hot 100 Singles Sales Won
The 5th Billboard Music Awards 12/08/1993 "I Will Always Love You" Toggle Information Hot R&B Singles Sales Won

1994

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
The 8th Japan Gold Disc Awards 1994 "I Will Always Love You" Toggle Information Special Award, International Won
The 8th Japan Gold Disc Awards 1994 *The Bodyguard Soundtrack* Toggle Information Special Award, International Won
The 26th NAACP Image Awards 01/05/1994 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Entertainer of the Year Won
The 26th NAACP Image Awards 01/05/1994 *The Bodyguard Soundtrack* Toggle Information Outstanding Female Artist Won
The 26th NAACP Image Awards 01/05/1994 *The Bodyguard Soundtrack* Toggle Information Outstanding Album Won
The 26th NAACP Image Awards 01/05/1994 *The Bodyguard Soundtrack* Toggle Information Outstanding Soundtrack Album, Film or TV Won
The 26th NAACP Image Awards 01/05/1994 "I'm Every Woman" Toggle Information Outstanding Music Video Won
The 26th NAACP Image Awards 01/05/1994 *The Bodyguard* Toggle Information Outstanding Lead Actress in a Motion Picture Nominated
The 21st American Music Awards 02/07/1994 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Won
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Whitney Houston Sweeps 21st American Music Awards 1994

Whitney Houston performs a medley of “I Loves You, Porgy,” “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” and “I Have Nothing” at the 21st American Music Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, CA, on February 7, 1994. She won a record eight American Music Awards that night for The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album, including the special Award of Merit.

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I Loves You, Porgy/And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going/I Have Nothing (American Music Awards 1994)

Whitney Houston performs a medley of “I Loves You, Porgy,” “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” and “I Have Nothing” at the 21st American Music Awards, where she won a record eight American Music Awards for The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album. This performance was later included on the 2014 album Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances.

  • Release Date: February 07, 1994
  • Location: Los Angeles, CA
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Whitney Houston Wins 8 American Music Awards (1994)

Whitney Houston won a record eight American Music Awards for The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album, including the special Award of Merit, at the 21st American Music Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, CA, on February 7, 1994.

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The 21st American Music Awards 02/07/1994 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist Nominated
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Whitney Houston Sweeps 21st American Music Awards 1994

Whitney Houston performs a medley of “I Loves You, Porgy,” “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” and “I Have Nothing” at the 21st American Music Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, CA, on February 7, 1994. She won a record eight American Music Awards that night for The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album, including the special Award of Merit.

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I Loves You, Porgy/And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going/I Have Nothing (American Music Awards 1994)

Whitney Houston performs a medley of “I Loves You, Porgy,” “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” and “I Have Nothing” at the 21st American Music Awards, where she won a record eight American Music Awards for The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album. This performance was later included on the 2014 album Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances.

  • Release Date: February 07, 1994
  • Location: Los Angeles, CA
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Whitney Houston Wins 8 American Music Awards (1994)

Whitney Houston won a record eight American Music Awards for The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album, including the special Award of Merit, at the 21st American Music Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, CA, on February 7, 1994.

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The 21st American Music Awards 02/07/1994 *The Bodyguard Soundtrack* Toggle Information Favorite Adult Contemporary Album Won
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Whitney Houston Sweeps 21st American Music Awards 1994

Whitney Houston performs a medley of “I Loves You, Porgy,” “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” and “I Have Nothing” at the 21st American Music Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, CA, on February 7, 1994. She won a record eight American Music Awards that night for The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album, including the special Award of Merit.

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I Loves You, Porgy/And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going/I Have Nothing (American Music Awards 1994)

Whitney Houston performs a medley of “I Loves You, Porgy,” “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” and “I Have Nothing” at the 21st American Music Awards, where she won a record eight American Music Awards for The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album. This performance was later included on the 2014 album Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances.

  • Release Date: February 07, 1994
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Whitney Houston Wins 8 American Music Awards (1994)

Whitney Houston won a record eight American Music Awards for The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album, including the special Award of Merit, at the 21st American Music Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, CA, on February 7, 1994.

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  • Location: Los Angeles, CA
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The 21st American Music Awards 02/07/1994 *The Bodyguard Soundtrack* Toggle Information Favorite Pop/Rock Album Won
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Whitney Houston Sweeps 21st American Music Awards 1994

Whitney Houston performs a medley of “I Loves You, Porgy,” “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” and “I Have Nothing” at the 21st American Music Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, CA, on February 7, 1994. She won a record eight American Music Awards that night for The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album, including the special Award of Merit.

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I Loves You, Porgy/And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going/I Have Nothing (American Music Awards 1994)

Whitney Houston performs a medley of “I Loves You, Porgy,” “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” and “I Have Nothing” at the 21st American Music Awards, where she won a record eight American Music Awards for The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album. This performance was later included on the 2014 album Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances.

  • Release Date: February 07, 1994
  • Location: Los Angeles, CA
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Whitney Houston Wins 8 American Music Awards (1994)

Whitney Houston won a record eight American Music Awards for The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album, including the special Award of Merit, at the 21st American Music Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, CA, on February 7, 1994.

  • Release Date: February 07, 1994
  • Location: Los Angeles, CA
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The 21st American Music Awards 02/07/1994 "I Will Always Love You" Toggle Information Favorite Soul/R&B Single Won
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Whitney Houston Sweeps 21st American Music Awards 1994

Whitney Houston performs a medley of “I Loves You, Porgy,” “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” and “I Have Nothing” at the 21st American Music Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, CA, on February 7, 1994. She won a record eight American Music Awards that night for The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album, including the special Award of Merit.

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I Loves You, Porgy/And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going/I Have Nothing (American Music Awards 1994)

Whitney Houston performs a medley of “I Loves You, Porgy,” “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” and “I Have Nothing” at the 21st American Music Awards, where she won a record eight American Music Awards for The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album. This performance was later included on the 2014 album Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances.

  • Release Date: February 07, 1994
  • Location: Los Angeles, CA
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Whitney Houston Wins 8 American Music Awards (1994)

Whitney Houston won a record eight American Music Awards for The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album, including the special Award of Merit, at the 21st American Music Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, CA, on February 7, 1994.

  • Release Date: February 07, 1994
  • Location: Los Angeles, CA
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The 21st American Music Awards 02/07/1994 *The Bodyguard Soundtrack* Toggle Information Favorite Soul/R&B Album Won
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Whitney Houston Sweeps 21st American Music Awards 1994

Whitney Houston performs a medley of “I Loves You, Porgy,” “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” and “I Have Nothing” at the 21st American Music Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, CA, on February 7, 1994. She won a record eight American Music Awards that night for The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album, including the special Award of Merit.

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I Loves You, Porgy/And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going/I Have Nothing (American Music Awards 1994)

Whitney Houston performs a medley of “I Loves You, Porgy,” “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” and “I Have Nothing” at the 21st American Music Awards, where she won a record eight American Music Awards for The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album. This performance was later included on the 2014 album Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances.

  • Release Date: February 07, 1994
  • Location: Los Angeles, CA
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Whitney Houston Wins 8 American Music Awards (1994)

Whitney Houston won a record eight American Music Awards for The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album, including the special Award of Merit, at the 21st American Music Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, CA, on February 7, 1994.

  • Release Date: February 07, 1994
  • Location: Los Angeles, CA
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The 21st American Music Awards 02/07/1994 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won
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Whitney Houston Sweeps 21st American Music Awards 1994

Whitney Houston performs a medley of “I Loves You, Porgy,” “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” and “I Have Nothing” at the 21st American Music Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, CA, on February 7, 1994. She won a record eight American Music Awards that night for The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album, including the special Award of Merit.

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I Loves You, Porgy/And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going/I Have Nothing (American Music Awards 1994)

Whitney Houston performs a medley of “I Loves You, Porgy,” “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” and “I Have Nothing” at the 21st American Music Awards, where she won a record eight American Music Awards for The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album. This performance was later included on the 2014 album Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances.

  • Release Date: February 07, 1994
  • Location: Los Angeles, CA
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Whitney Houston Wins 8 American Music Awards (1994)

Whitney Houston won a record eight American Music Awards for The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album, including the special Award of Merit, at the 21st American Music Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, CA, on February 7, 1994.

  • Release Date: February 07, 1994
  • Location: Los Angeles, CA
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The 21st American Music Awards 02/07/1994 "I Will Always Love You" Toggle Information Favorite Pop/Rock Single Won
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Whitney Houston Sweeps 21st American Music Awards 1994

Whitney Houston performs a medley of “I Loves You, Porgy,” “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” and “I Have Nothing” at the 21st American Music Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, CA, on February 7, 1994. She won a record eight American Music Awards that night for The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album, including the special Award of Merit.

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I Loves You, Porgy/And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going/I Have Nothing (American Music Awards 1994)

Whitney Houston performs a medley of “I Loves You, Porgy,” “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” and “I Have Nothing” at the 21st American Music Awards, where she won a record eight American Music Awards for The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album. This performance was later included on the 2014 album Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances.

  • Release Date: February 07, 1994
  • Location: Los Angeles, CA
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Whitney Houston Wins 8 American Music Awards (1994)

Whitney Houston won a record eight American Music Awards for The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album, including the special Award of Merit, at the 21st American Music Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, CA, on February 7, 1994.

  • Release Date: February 07, 1994
  • Location: Los Angeles, CA
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Whitney Houston Sweeps 21st American Music Awards 1994

Whitney Houston performs a medley of “I Loves You, Porgy,” “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” and “I Have Nothing” at the 21st American Music Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, CA, on February 7, 1994. She won a record eight American Music Awards that night for The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album, including the special Award of Merit.

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I Loves You, Porgy/And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going/I Have Nothing (American Music Awards 1994)

Whitney Houston performs a medley of “I Loves You, Porgy,” “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” and “I Have Nothing” at the 21st American Music Awards, where she won a record eight American Music Awards for The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album. This performance was later included on the 2014 album Whitney Houston Live: Her Greatest Performances.

  • Release Date: February 07, 1994
  • Location: Los Angeles, CA
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Whitney Houston Wins 8 American Music Awards (1994)

Whitney Houston won a record eight American Music Awards for The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album, including the special Award of Merit, at the 21st American Music Awards held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, CA, on February 7, 1994.

  • Release Date: February 07, 1994
  • Location: Los Angeles, CA
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1994 BRIT Awards 02/14/1994 *The Bodyguard Soundtrack* Toggle Information Best Soundtrack/Cast Recording Won
The 36th GRAMMY Awards 03/01/1994 *The Bodyguard Soundtrack* Toggle Information Album of the Year Won
The 36th GRAMMY Awards 03/01/1994 "I Will Always Love You" Toggle Information Record of the Year Won
The 36th GRAMMY Awards 03/01/1994 "I Will Always Love You" Toggle Information Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female Won
The 36th GRAMMY Awards 03/01/1994 "I'm Every Woman" Toggle Information Best R&B Vocal Performance, Female Nominated
The 8th Soul Train Music Awards 03/15/1994 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Sammy Davis, Jr. Award as Entertainer of the Year Won
The 8th Soul Train Music Awards 03/15/1994 "I Will Always Love You" Toggle Information Best R&B Song of the Year Won
The 8th Soul Train Music Awards 03/15/1994 "I Have Nothing" Toggle Information Best R&B Single, Female Nominated
The 24th Juno Awards 03/20/1994 *The Bodyguard Soundtrack* Toggle Information Best Selling Album - Foreign or Domestic Won
The NARM 1993-1994 Best Seller Awards 03/20/1994 *The Bodyguard Soundtrack* Toggle Information Best-selling Soundtrack Won
The NABOB 10th Communications Awards 03/24/1994 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Entertainer of the Year Won
The 15th American Black Achievement Awards 04/1994 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information The Music Award Won
The 6th World Music Awards 05/04/1994 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information World's Best Selling Overall Recording Artist Won
The 6th World Music Awards 05/04/1994 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information World's Best Selling Pop Artist of the Year Won
The 6th World Music Awards 05/04/1994 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information World's Best Selling R&B Artist of the Year Won
The 6th World Music Awards 05/04/1994 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information World's Best Selling American Recording Artist of the Year Won
The 6th World Music Awards 05/04/1994 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information World's Best Selling Female Recording Artist of the Era Won
Harris Poll (Harris Interactive) 12/12/1994 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information #1 Favorite Singer/Musician or Musical Group Won

1995

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
The 21st People's Choice Awards 03/05/1995 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Female Musical Performer Nominated
The 2nd VH1 Honors 06/22/1995 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information VH1 Honors Award Won
Soul Train 25th Anniversary Hall Of Fame 11/02/1995 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Inductee Won
The 17th CableACE Awards 12/02/1995 Whitney: The Concert For A New South Africa Toggle Information Performance in a Music Special or Series Nominated
The 17th CableACE Awards 12/02/1995 VH-1 Honors With CeCe Winans Toggle Information Performance in a Music Special or Series Nominated
The 2nd International Achievement in Arts Awards 12/02/1995 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Distinguished Achievement in Music and Film/Video Won

1996

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
The 22nd People's Choice Awards 03/10/1996 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Female Musical Performer Nominated
The 10th Soul Train Music Awards 03/29/1996 "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)" Toggle Information Best R&B/Soul Single, Female Won
The 10th Soul Train Music Awards 03/29/1996 "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)" Toggle Information Best R&B/Soul or Rap Song of the Year Nominated
The NARM 1995-1996 Best Seller Awards 04/1996 *Waiting To Exhale Soundtrack* Toggle Information Best-selling Soundtrack Recording Won
The 27th NAACP Image Awards 04/06/1996 *Waiting To Exhale Soundtrack* Toggle Information Outstanding Album Won
The 27th NAACP Image Awards 04/06/1996 *Waiting To Exhale Soundtrack* Toggle Information Outstanding Soundtrack Album Won
The 27th NAACP Image Awards 04/06/1996 "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)" Toggle Information Outstanding Song Won
The 27th NAACP Image Awards 04/06/1996 "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)" Toggle Information Outstanding Female Artist Won
The 27th NAACP Image Awards 04/06/1996 Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards Toggle Information Outstanding Performance in an Educational/Informational Youth or Children's Series/Special Nominated
The 27th NAACP Image Awards 04/06/1996 VH1 Honors with CeCe Winans Toggle Information Outstanding Performance in a Variety Series/Special Nominated
The 27th NAACP Image Awards 04/06/1996 *Waiting To Exhale* Toggle Information Outstanding Lead Actress in a Motion Picture Nominated
The 27th NAACP Image Awards 04/06/1996 *Waiting To Exhale* Toggle Information Outstanding Motion Picture Won
The 9th Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 05/11/1996 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Kids' Choice Hall of Fame Nominated
The 5th MTV Movie Awards 06/08/1996 "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)" Toggle Information Best Song From A Movie Won
The 2nd BET Walk of Fame 09/13/1996 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Inductee Won
The 12th Carousel of Hope Ball 10/25/1996 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information High Hopes Award Won
The 7th Billboard Music Awards 12/04/1996 *Waiting To Exhale Soundtrack* Toggle Information Soundtrack Album of the Year Won

1997

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
The 23rd People's Choice Awards 01/12/1997 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Female Musical Performer Nominated
The 24th American Music Awards 01/27/1997 *Waiting To Exhale Soundtrack* Toggle Information Favorite Soundtrack Album Won
The 24th American Music Awards 01/27/1997 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist Won
The 28th NAACP Image Awards 02/08/1997 *The Preacher's Wife* Toggle Information Outstanding Motion Picture Nominated
The 28th NAACP Image Awards 02/08/1997 *The Preacher's Wife* Toggle Information Outstanding Lead Actress in a Motion Picture Won
The 28th NAACP Image Awards 02/08/1997 *The Preacher's Wife Soundtrack* Toggle Information Outstanding Gospel Artist Won
The 28th NAACP Image Awards 02/08/1997 *The Preacher's Wife Soundtrack* Toggle Information Outstanding Album Won
The 39th GRAMMY Awards 02/26/1997 "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)" Toggle Information Best Female R&B Vocal Performance Nominated
The 39th GRAMMY Awards 02/26/1997 "Count On Me" Toggle Information Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media Nominated
The 39th GRAMMY Awards 02/26/1997 "Count On Me" (Duet with CeCe Winans) Toggle Information Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals Nominated
The 39th GRAMMY Awards 02/26/1997 *Waiting To Exhale Soundtrack* Toggle Information Album of the Year Nominated
The NARM 1996-1997 Best Seller Awards 03/08/1997 *The Preacher's Wife Soundtrack* Toggle Information Best-selling Gospel Recording Won
The 3rd Blockbuster Entertainment Awards 03/11/1997 *The Preacher's Wife* Toggle Information Favorite Female, Comedy/Romance Nominated
The 3rd Blockbuster Entertainment Awards 03/11/1997 *The Preacher's Wife Soundtrack* Toggle Information Favorite Female, R&B Won
The 28th Dove Awards 04/1997 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Outstanding Mainstream Contribution to Gospel Music Won
The 10th Essence Awards 04/04/1997 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information The Triumphant Spirit Award Won
The 10th Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 04/19/1997 *The Preacher's Wife* Toggle Information Favorite Movie Actress Nominated
The 12th ASCAP Film & Television Music Awards 04/29/1997 "Count On Me" Toggle Information Most Performed Songs, Motion Pictures Won
The 14th ASCAP Pop Awards 05/19/1997 "Count On Me" Toggle Information ASCAP Pop Award Won
The Franklin School 06/12/1997 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Whitney's former grammar school in East Orange, NJ, renamed The Whitney E. Houston Academy For Creative And Performing Arts Won
The 8th Billboard Music Awards 12/08/1997 *The Preacher's Wife Soundtrack* Toggle Information Top Gospel Album Won

1998

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
The 24th People's Choice Awards 01/11/1998 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Female Musical Performer Won
The 6th Trumpet Awards 01/12/1998 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information The Pinnacle Award Won
The 25th American Music Awards 01/26/1998 *The Preacher's Wife Soundtrack* Toggle Information Favorite Soundtrack Nominated
The 29th NAACP Image Awards 02/14/1998 "Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella" Toggle Information Outstanding Television Movie/Mini-Series Nominated
The 29th NAACP Image Awards 02/14/1998 "Classic Whitney: Live from Washington, D.C." Toggle Information Outstanding Performance in a Variety Series/Special Nominated
The 40th GRAMMY Awards 02/25/1998 *The Preacher's Wife Soundtrack* Toggle Information Best R&B Album Nominated
The 40th GRAMMY Awards 02/25/1998 "I Believe In You And Me" Toggle Information Best Female R&B Vocal Performance Nominated
The 12th Soul Train Music Awards 02/27/1998 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information The Quincy Jones Award for Outstanding Career Achievement Won
The 4th Blockbuster Entertainment Awards 03/10/1998 *The Preacher's Wife Soundtrack* Toggle Information Favorite Soundtrack Nominated
The 29th Dove Awards 04/23/1998 "I Go To The Rock" Toggle Information Best Traditional Gospel Recorded Song Won
The 50th Emmy Awards 09/13/1998 "Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella" Toggle Information Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Special Nominated

1999

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
The 30th NAACP Image Awards 02/14/1999 *My Love Is Your Love* Toggle Information Outstanding Female Artist Nominated
The 30th NAACP Image Awards 02/14/1999 "When You Believe" (Duet with Mariah Carey) Toggle Information Outstanding Duo or Group Won
The 30th NAACP Image Awards 02/14/1999 "When You Believe" (Duet with Mariah Carey) Toggle Information Outstanding Music Video Nominated
The 30th NAACP Image Awards 02/14/1999 "When You Believe" (Duet with Mariah Carey) Toggle Information Outstanding Song Nominated
The 30th NAACP Image Awards 02/14/1999 *My Love Is Your Love* Toggle Information Outstanding Album Nominated
1999 NCLR ALMA Awards 04/11/1999 "When You Believe"(Duet with Mariah Carey) Toggle Information Outstanding Performance Of A Song For A Feature Film Nominated
1999 NCLR ALMA Awards 04/11/1999 "When You Believe"(Duet with Mariah Carey) Toggle Information Outstanding Music Video Nominated
Deirdre O'Brien Child Advocacy Center 04/18/1999 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Child Advocate of the Year Won
The 5th Blockbuster Entertainment Awards 06/16/1999 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Female Artist, R&B Nominated
The 5th Soul Train Lady Of Soul Awards 09/03/1999 "Heartbreak Hotel" (Featuring Faith Evans & Kelly Price) Toggle Information Best R&B/Soul Single (Group, Band Or Duo) Nominated
The 5th Soul Train Lady Of Soul Awards 09/03/1999 *My Love Is Your Love* Toggle Information Best R&B/Soul Album Of The Year (Solo) Nominated
The 16th MTV Video Music Awards 09/09/1999 "Heartbreak Hotel" (Featuring Faith Evans & Kelly Price) Toggle Information Best R&B Video Nominated
1999 MOBO Awards 10/06/1999 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Best International Act Nominated
Recording Industry Association of America 11/10/1999 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Top-selling R&B Female Artist of the Century Won
Recording Industry Association of America 11/10/1999 *The Bodyguard Soundtrack* Toggle Information Top-selling Soundtrack Album of the Century Won
1999 MTV Europe Music Awards 11/11/1999 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Best Female Nominated
1999 MTV Europe Music Awards 11/11/1999 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Best R&B Won
1999 Bambi Verleihung 11/13/1999 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Pop International Won

2000

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
The 1st HMV Harlem Walk of Fame 2000 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Inductee Won
2000 Edison Music Awards 2000 *My Love Is Your Love* Toggle Information Best Singer, International Won
The 15th International Dance Music Awards 2000 "It's Not Right But It's Okay" Toggle Information Best Pop 12" Dance Record Won
The 27th American Music Awards 01/17/2000 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated
The 27th American Music Awards 01/17/2000 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Nominated
The 27th American Music Awards 01/17/2000 *My Love Is Your Love* Toggle Information Favorite Soul/R&B Album Nominated
The 27th American Music Awards 01/17/2000 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Artist of the Decade ― 1980s (Internet poll) Nominated
The 1st NRJ Music Awards 01/22/2000 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information International Female Artist of the Year Nominated
The 1st NRJ Music Awards 01/22/2000 *My Love Is Your Love* Toggle Information International Album of the Year Won
The 31st NAACP Image Awards 02/12/2000 "Heartbreak Hotel" (Featuring Faith Evans and Kelly Price) Toggle Information Outstanding Female Artist Won
The 31st NAACP Image Awards 02/12/2000 "My Love Is Your Love" Toggle Information Outstanding Song Nominated
The 42nd GRAMMY Awards 02/23/2000 *My Love Is Your Love* Toggle Information Best R&B Album Nominated
The 42nd GRAMMY Awards 02/23/2000 "It's Not Right But It's Okay" Toggle Information Best Female R&B Vocal Performance Won
The 42nd GRAMMY Awards 02/23/2000 "Heartbreak Hotel" (Featuring Faith Evans and Kelly Price) Toggle Information Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal Nominated
The 42nd GRAMMY Awards 02/23/2000 "When You Believe"(Duet with Mariah Carey) Toggle Information Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals Nominated
2000 BRIT Awards 03/03/2000 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Best International Female Artist Nominated
The 14th Soul Train Music Awards 03/04/2000 "My Love Is Your Love" Toggle Information Best R&B/Soul Single, Female Nominated
The 14th Soul Train Music Awards 03/04/2000 *My Love Is Your Love* Toggle Information Best R&B/Soul Album, Female Nominated
The 14th Soul Train Music Awards 03/04/2000 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information The Artist of the Decade - Female, for extraordinary artistic contributions during the 1990s Won
The 9th Echo Awards 03/09/2000 *My Love Is Your Love* Toggle Information Artist of the Year, International Nominated
The 6th Blockbuster Entertainment Awards 05/09/2000 *My Love Is Your Love* Toggle Information Favorite Female Artist - R&B Nominated
The 6th Blockbuster Entertainment Awards 05/09/2000 "Heartbreak Hotel" (Featuring Faith Evans and Kelly Price) Toggle Information Favorite Single (Internet Only) Nominated
The 6th Blockbuster Entertainment Awards 05/09/2000 "When You Believe" (Duet with Mariah Carey) Toggle Information Favorite Song from a Movie (Internet Only) Nominated
The 3rd DiVi Awards 08/23/2000 *Whitney: The Greatest Hits* (DVD) Toggle Information Best Music Release Nominated
M6 Awards 2000 11/17/2000 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information International Female Artist of the Year Nominated

2001

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
The 16th Japan Gold Disc Awards 2001 *Whitney: The Greatest Hits* Toggle Information Pop Album of the Year (International) Won
The 28th American Music Awards 01/08/2001 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist Nominated
The 15th Soul Train Music Awards 02/28/2001 "Same Script, Different Cast" (Duet with Deborah Cox) Toggle Information Best R&B/Soul Single, Group, Band or Duo Nominated
The 10th Echo Awards 03/15/2001 *Whitney: The Greatest Hits* Toggle Information Artist of the Year, International Nominated
2001 Meteor Ireland Music Awards 03/18/2001 *Whitney: The Greatest Hits* Toggle Information Best International Female Won
The 7th Blockbuster Entertainment Awards 04/10/2001 *Whitney: The Greatest Hits* Toggle Information Favorite Female Artist - R&B Nominated
The 1st BET Awards 06/19/2001 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information BET Lifetime Achievement Award Won

2003

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
The 8th Soul Train Lady Of Soul Awards 08/23/2003 *Just Whitney* Toggle Information R&B/Soul Album of the Year, Solo Nominated
The 1st Capital Gold Legends Awards 09/26/2003 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Legendary Female Nominated

2004

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
The 1st Women's World Awards 06/09/2004 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information World Arts Award for Lifetime Achievement Won
The 6th CCTV-MTV Music Honors 07/24/2004 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information International Outstanding Achievement Won

2006

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
Guinness World Records 2006 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Most Consecutive U.S. No. 1 Singles Won
Guinness World Records 2006 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information The Most Awarded/Popular Female Artist of All Time Won
Guinness World Records 2006 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information The First Female artist to debut No. 1 at Billboard 200 and UK album chart Won
Guinness World Records 2006 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information The Best Selling Album by a Female Artist of All Time Won
Guinness World Records 2006 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information The Best Selling Single by a Female Artist of All Time Won
The New Jersey Walk of Fame 05/18/2006 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Inductee Won

2009

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
The 37th American Music Awards 11/22/2009 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information International Artist Award Won
I Didn’t Know My Own Strength (American Music Awards 2009)
  • Release Date: November 22, 2009
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The 22nd Soul Train Music Awards 11/29/2009 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Best R&B/Soul Artist - Female Nominated

2010

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
The 3rd BET Honors 01/16/2010 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information The BET Honor for Entertainment Won
The 41st NAACP Image Awards 02/26/2010 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Outstanding Female Artist Nominated
The 41st NAACP Image Awards 02/26/2010 "I Look To You" Toggle Information Outstanding Music Video Won
2010 Echo Awards 03/04/2010 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Best International Rock/Pop Artist Nominated

2012

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
2012 Billboard Music Awards 05/20/2012 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Billboard Millennium Award Won
Guinness World Records 09/07/2012 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Most Simultaneous Hits on U.K. Singles Chart by a Solo Female Won
2012 MTV Europe Music Awards 11/11/2012 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Global Icon Award Won
GRAMMY Hall of Fame 11/21/2012 *Whitney Houston* Toggle Information Inductee Won
2012 Soul Train Music Awards 11/25/2012 "Celebrate" (Duet with Jordin Sparks) Toggle Information Best Gospel/Inspirational Performance Won

2013

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
2013 Barbados Music Awards 01/13/2013 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information International Icon Award Won
The 44th NAACP Image Awards 02/01/2013 "I Look To You" (Duet with R. Kelly) Toggle Information Oustanding Song Won
The 44th NAACP Image Awards 02/01/2013 *I Will Always Love You: The Best Of Whitney Houston* Toggle Information Outstanding Album Won
2013 R&B Music Hall of Fame 05/05/2013 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Inductee Won
Georgia Music Hall of Fame 10/05/2013 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Inductee Won
New Jersey Hall of Fame 10/21/2013 Whitney Houston (herself) Toggle Information Inductee Won

2018

Awards Date Nomination Category Result Photo/Video
GRAMMY Hall of Fame 01/16/2018 "I Will Always Love You" Toggle Information Inductee Won
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