Meghan Trainor awards and nominations
Meghan Trainor is looking into the camera.
Trainor at the Shepherd's Bush Empire in April 2015
Wins 14
Nominations 73

American singer-songwriter Meghan Trainor has received 14 awards from 73 nominations. Trainor signed a record deal with Epic Records in 2014 and released her debut single "All About That Bass", which earned her Grammy nominations for Record of the Year, and Song of the Year.[1] The song also received an ASCAP Pop Music Award and Billboard Music Awards for both Top Hot 100 Song and Top Digital Song. Trainor's follow-up single, "Lips Are Movin", earned her a nomination for Choice Break-Up song at the Teen Choice Awards. She was recognized by the Music Business Association as the Breakthrough Artist of the Year in 2015. Trainor released her major-label debut album Title that year.[2] It won Favorite Album at the 42nd People's Choice Awards. In 2016, Trainor won the Grammy Award for Best New Artist and received a nomination for Brit Award for International Female Solo Artist.

Trainor has received two nominations at the Hollywood Music in Media Awards for her soundtrack songs "Better When I'm Dancin'" and "I'm a Lady". Trainor's second major-label studio album Thank You was preceded by its lead single "No".[3] The song earned nominations for Favorite Song at the 43rd People's Choice Awards, Best Song to Lip Sync to at the 2017 Radio Disney Music Awards, as well as Choice Music Single: Female at the 2016 Teen Choice Awards. Her song "Me Too" received nominations for Favorite Music Video and Best Song That Makes You Smile at the 2017 Kids' Choice Awards and the 2017 Radio Disney Music Awards respectively. The singer earned nominations for Choice TV Personality at the 2018 Teen Choice Awards for her work on The Four: Battle for Stardom, as well as Fiercest Fans, and Best Song That Makes You Smile for "No Excuses" at the 2018 Radio Disney Music Awards.

Awards and nominations

Award Year of ceremony Nominee/work Category Result Ref(s)
American Music Awards 2014 Meghan Trainor New Artist of the Year Nominated [4]
2015 Artist of the Year Nominated [5]
Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated
Favorite Adult Contemporary Artist Nominated
2016 Nominated [6]
"Like I'm Gonna Lose You" (with John Legend) Collaboration of the Year Nominated
ARIA Music Awards 2015 Meghan Trainor Best International Artist Nominated [7]
2016 Nominated [8]
ASCAP Pop Music Awards 2015 "All About That Bass" Most Performed Songs Won [9]
2016 "Lips Are Movin" Won [10]
"Like I'm Gonna Lose You" (with John Legend) Won
2017 Meghan Trainor ASCAP Vanguard Award Won [11]
Billboard Music Awards 2015 Top New Artist Nominated [12]
Top Female Artist Nominated
Top Billboard 200 Artist Nominated
Chart Achievement Nominated
Top Digital Songs Artist Nominated
Top Streaming Artist Nominated
"All About That Bass" Top Hot 100 Song Won
Top Digital Song Won
Top Streaming Video Nominated
Billboard Women in Music 2016 Meghan Trainor Chart-Topper Won [13]
Brit Awards 2016 International Female Solo Artist Nominated [14]
CMT Music Awards 2017 "You're Still the One", "Any Man of Mine", and "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!" (with Jill Scott and Kelsea Ballerini) Performance of the Year (from CMT Artists of the Year) Nominated [15]
Dorian Awards 2015 "All About That Bass" Music Video of the Year Nominated [16]
Grammy Awards 2015 Record of the Year Nominated [17]
Song of the Year Nominated
2016 Meghan Trainor Best New Artist Won [18]
Hollywood Music in Media Awards 2015 "Better When I'm Dancin'" Original Song – Animated Film Nominated [19]
2017 "I'm a Lady" Nominated [20]
iHeartRadio Music Awards 2015 Meghan Trainor Best New Artist Nominated [21]
Renegade Nominated
"All About That Bass" Song of the Year Nominated
2016 Meghan Trainor Female Artist of the Year Nominated [22]
"Like I'm Gonna Lose You" (with John Legend) Best Collaboration Nominated
Japan Gold Disc Awards 2016 Meghan Trainor Best 3 New Artists (Western) Won [23]
Juno Awards 2016 Title International Album of the Year Nominated [24]
Latin American Music Awards 2016 Meghan Trainor Artista Favorito – Crossover Nominated [25]
LOS40 Music Awards 2015 Best International New Artist Won [26]
"All About That Bass" Best International Video Nominated
MTV Europe Music Awards 2014 Best Song with a Social Message Nominated [27]
Music Business Association 2015 Meghan Trainor Breakthrough Artist of the Year Won [28]
NewNowNext Awards 2014 Best New Musician (Female) Nominated [29]
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2015 "All About That Bass" Favorite Song of the Year Nominated [30]
Meghan Trainor Favorite New Artist Nominated
2016 Favorite Female Singer Nominated [31]
"Like I'm Gonna Lose You" (with John Legend) Favorite Collaboration Nominated
2017 Meghan Trainor Favorite Female Singer Nominated [32]
"Me Too" Favorite Music Video Nominated
People's Choice Awards 2015 Meghan Trainor Favorite Breakout Artist Nominated [33]
"All About That Bass" Favorite Song Nominated
2016 Title Favorite Album Won [34]
2017 "No" Favorite Song Nominated [35]
Radio Disney Music Awards 2015 Meghan Trainor Best Female Artist Nominated [36]
"All About That Bass" Best Song to Dance to Nominated
Song of the Year Nominated
2016 Meghan Trainor Best Female Artist Nominated [37]
"Better When I'm Dancin'" Best Song That Makes You Smile Won
2017 Meghan Trainor Best Female Artist Nominated [38]
Megatronz Fiercest Fans Nominated
"Me Too" Best Song That Makes You Smile Nominated
"No" Best Song To Lip Sync To Nominated
The Untouchable Tour Favorite Tour Nominated
2018 Meghan Trainor Best Artist Nominated [39]
Megatronz Fiercest Fans Nominated
"No Excuses" Best Song That Makes You Smile Nominated
Teen Choice Awards 2015 "All About That Bass" Choice Music Single: Female Nominated [40]
"Lips Are Movin" Choice Break-Up Song Nominated
Meghan Trainor Choice Music: Breakout Artist Nominated
2016 "No" Choice Music Single: Female Nominated [41]
2018 The Four: Battle for Stardom Choice TV Personality Nominated [42]
World Soundtrack Awards 2016 "Better When I'm Dancin'" Best Original Song Written Directly for a Film Nominated [43]
YouTube Music Awards 2015 Meghan Trainor 50 artists to watch Won
  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.

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