List of awards and nominations received by Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez awards and nominations
Jennifer Lopez at GLAAD Media Awards (cropped).jpg
Lopez at the 25th GLAAD Media Awards in 2014
Totals[a]
Wins176
Nominations510
Note
  1. ^ Certain award groups do not simply award one winner. They recognize several different recipients, have runners-up and have third place. Since this is a specific recognition and is different from losing an award, runner-up mentions are considered wins in this award tally. 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.

Jennifer Lopez is an American singer, actress, dancer, producer and fashion designer. After gaining her first regular high-profile job as a Fly Girl dancer on In Living Color in 1991, she decided to pursue an acting career in 1993. For her performance in the independent drama film My Family (1995), Lopez was nominated for the Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Female. Her breakthrough role came when she starred in Selena (1997), which earned her a Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical. With Selena, Lopez also became the first Latin actress to earn over US$1 million for a film role.[1] For her subsequent role in Out of Sight (1998), she was nominated for the Empire Award for Best Actress.

Lopez's debut album On the 6 (1999) garnered her various awards and nominations. Its singles "Waiting for Tonight" and "Let's Get Loud" both received Grammy Award nominations for Best Dance Recording, with the former also winning the MTV Video Music Award for Best Dance Video. In 2001, she won an MTV Europe Music Award for Best Female, and the following year, "I'm Real" from her second studio album J.Lo (2001) won the MTV Video Music Award for Best Hip-Hop Video. Lopez's next album J to tha L–O! The Remixes (2002) was recognized by Guinness World Records as the first remix album to reach number one on the U.S. Billboard 200.[2] In 2006, Lopez was presented with the Crystal Award by Women in Film for her "strong portrayals of women" and charitable work.[3]

Lopez was honored by the World Music Awards with the Legend Award for her contribution to the arts in 2010. The music video for "On the Floor" was recognized as the "Highest Viewed Female Music Video of All Time" by Guinness World Records in 2012.[4] In 2013, she was presented with the landmark 2,500th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for her musical contributions, and the World Icon Award at the 2013 Premios Juventud. In 2014, she became the first female recipient of the Billboard Icon Award. She was awarded the Telemundo Star Award at the Billboard Latin Music Awards in 2017. In 2018, she became the first Latin artist to receive the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award. Her performance in the crime drama Hustlers (2019) earned her nominations for the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture and the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role.

Lopez ranked at number one on "100 Most Influential Hispanics" by People en Español in 2007,[5] and in 2012 topped the Forbes Celebrity 100 list.[6] For her contributions to fashion, the Council of Fashion Designers of America honored Lopez with the Fashion Icon Award in 2019. Outside of entertainment and fashion, Lopez has been honored by organizations such as Amnesty International and the Human Rights Campaign for her humanitarian activities, and received the GLAAD Vanguard Award in 2014.

Awards and nominations[]

Award Year[a] Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Category Result Ref.
AARP The Magazine's Movies for Grownups Awards 2020 Hustlers Best Supporting Actress Nominated
ACE Awards 2006 Jennifer Lopez Fashion Icon of the Year Won
Alliance of Women Film Journalists EDA Awards 2020 Hustlers Best Actress in a Supporting Role Nominated
Most Daring Performance Award Nominated
ALMA Awards 1995 Money Train Outstanding Actress in a Feature Film Won
1996 Jack Nominated
1998 Selena and Anaconda Won
[14]
1999 Out of Sight Won
[15]
2000 Jennifer Lopez Outstanding Music Video Performer Won
[16]
Entertainer of the Year Won
2001 Won
[17]
1st Annual Latin Grammy Awards Outstanding Host of a Variety or Awards Special Nominated
2002 Angel Eyes Outstanding Actress in a Feature Film Nominated
[18]
Jennifer Lopez: Let's Get Loud Outstanding Performance in a Music, Variety or Comedy Special Nominated
J.Lo Album of the Year Nominated
"Love Don't Cost a Thing" People's Choice for Outstanding Music Video Won
Jennifer Lopez Outstanding Female Performer Nominated
2007 El Cantante Outstanding Actress in a Feature Film Nominated
[19]
2008 Performance of a Lead Latino/Latina Cast in a Motion Picture Nominated
2011 American Idol Favorite Reality, Variety or Comedy Personality Act Nominated
[21]
Jennifer Lopez Favorite Female Music Artist Nominated
2012 What to Expect When You're Expecting Favorite Movie Actress – Comedy or Musical Nominated
[22]
American Idol Favorite Reality, Variety or Comedy Personality Act Nominated
Jennifer Lopez Favorite Female Music Artist Nominated
American Music Awards 2000 Jennifer Lopez Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Nominated
[23]
Favorite Latin Artist Nominated
2002 Hip-Hop/R&B Female Artist Nominated
[24]
2003 Nominated
[25]
2003 Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist Won
[26]
2007 Favorite Latin Artist Won
[27]
2011 Won
[28]
[29]
American Telemedicine Association Award 2013 Lopez Family Foundation ATA Humanitarian Award Won
[30]
amfAR Award 2013 Jennifer Lopez Humanitarian Award Won
Amnesty International Awards 2007 Bordertown Artist for Amnesty International[b] Won
Apollo Theater Spring Benefit Concert & Awards 2010 Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony Arts and Humanitarian Award Won
ARIA Music Awards 2011 Jennifer Lopez Most Popular International Artist Nominated
[35]
Austin Film Critics Association Awards 2020 Hustlers Best Supporting Actress Won
Bambi Awards 2000 Jennifer Lopez Best International Pop Performance Won
[37]
Basenotes Fragrance Awards 2007 Glow by JLo Best Celebrity Fragrance for Women Nominated
Live Jennifer Lopez Nominated
2008 Glow by JLo Best Celebrity Women's Fragrance Nominated
2009 Deseo Best Celebrity Fragrance for Women Nominated
Glow by JLo Nominated
Deseo for Men Best Celebrity Fragrance for Men Nominated
Best of Las Vegas Awards 2016 Jennifer Lopez: All I Have Best Production Show Gold
[41]
Best Resident Performer Silver
2017 Best Bachelor Party Bronze
Billboard Music Video Awards 1999 "If You Had My Love" Maximum Vision Award Won
[43]
Best Video Nominated
Best New-Artist Video Won
Best Pop-Clip Nominated
"Waiting for Tonight" Best Video Nominated
Best New-Artist Video Nominated
Jennifer Lopez Best New Artist Won
Billboard Music Awards 2001 Jennifer Lopez Artist of the Year Nominated
[44]
Female Artist of the Year Nominated
Hot 100 Singles Artist of the Year Nominated
Female Hot 100 Singles Artist of the Year Nominated
2002 Female Artist of the Year Nominated
2014 Icon Award Won
[45]
Billboard Latin Music Awards 2000 "No Me Ames" Hot Latin Track of the Year Nominated
[46]
Best Vocal Duo Won
Tropical/Salsa Track of the Year Nominated
2002 "Play" Latin Dance Club Play Track of the Year Nominated
"Amor Se Paga Con Amor" Latin Dance Maxi-Single of the Year Won
"I'm Real" Nominated
2003 "Alive (Thunderpuss Club Mix)" Best-Selling Latin Dance Single of the Year Won
2004 "I'm Glad (Paul Oakenfold Remix)" Won
2008 Como Ama una Mujer Latin Album of the Year Nominated
Latin Pop Album Of The Year, Female Won
"Qué Hiciste" Latin Pop Airplay Song of the Year Nominated
Female Latin Dance Club Play Track of the Year Nominated
2012 "Ven a Bailar" Vocal Event Song of the Year Nominated
Latin Pop Song of the Year Nominated
Jennifer Lopez Female Songs Artist of the Year Nominated
2013 Enrique Iglesias & Jennifer Lopez Tour Tour of the Year Won
[52]
Jennifer Lopez Songs Artist of the Year, Female Nominated
"Follow the Leader" (featuring Wisin & Yandel) Streaming Song of the Year Nominated
2017 Jennifer Lopez Hot Latin Songs Artist of the Year, Female Nominated
[53]
Social Artist of the Year Won
Telemundo Star Award Won
2018 Social Artist of the Year Nominated
[54]
Hot Latin Songs Artist of the Year, Female Nominated
2019 Hot Latin Songs Artist of the Year, Female Nominated
Jennifer Lopez: All I Have Tour of the Year Nominated
Billboard.com Mid-Year Music Awards 2011 Jennifer Lopez Best Comeback Won
Comeback of the Year Won
[57]
2012 Sexiest Woman in Music Nominated
[58]
2014 Best Comeback Runner-up
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards 1998 Anaconda Favorite Actress – Action & Adventure Nominated
2000 On the 6 Favorite Female – New Artist Nominated
2001 The Cell Favorite Actress – Science Fiction Won
BMI Awards 2004 "Jenny from the Block" Award-Winning Song Won
[63]
"All I Have" Won
BMI Latin Music Awards 2008 "Qué Hiciste" Award-Winning Song Won
Boys & Girls Club of America 2000 Jennifer Lopez Alumni Hall of Fame Award Inducted
Bravo Otto 2000 Jennifer Lopez Female Actress Silver
[66]
Female Singer Bronze
2001 Female Actress Silver
[67]
2002 Gold
[68]
Break the Internet Awards 2019 Jennifer Lopez Fashion Moment of the Year Nominated
Brit Awards 2000 Jennifer Lopez Best International Female Artist Nominated
Best International Breakthrough Nominated
Best International Newcomer Nominated
Celebrity Fight Night Award 2013 Jennifer Lopez Celebrity Fight Night Award Won
[71]
CFDA Fashion Awards 2019 Jennifer Lopez Fashion Icon Award Won
[72]
Chicago Film Critics Association Awards 2019 Hustlers Best Supporting Actress Nominated
Chicago Indie Critics Awards 2020 Hustlers Best Supporting Actress Nominated
Children's Hospital Los Angeles Award 2004 Jennifer Lopez Children's Humanitarian Award Won
City of Miami Beach 2019 Jennifer Lopez Keys to the City Recipient
Columbus Film Critics Association Awards 2020 Hustlers Best Supporting Actress Nominated
Critics' Choice Movie Awards 2020 Hustlers Best Supporting Actress Nominated
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards 2019 Hustlers Best Supporting Actress 4th place
DanceStar Awards 2002 Jennifer Lopez Best Chart Artist Won
2003 Nominated
"Alive (Thunderpuss remix)" Party 93.1 FM Best Remix Award Nominated
Denver Film Critics Society Awards 2020 Hustlers Best Supporting Actress Nominated
Dorian Awards 2016 The Boy Next Door Campy Flick of the Year[b] Nominated
2020 Hustlers Film of the Year[b] Nominated
Supporting Film Performance of the Year — Actress Won
Dublin Film Critics' Circle Awards 2019 Hustlers Best Actress 9th place
Best Film[b] 8th place
E!'s Entertainer of the Year Award 2001 Jennifer Lopez Entertainer of the Year Runner-up
Echo Awards 2000 On the 6 International Newcomer of the Year Nominated
2002 J.Lo International Artist of the Year Nominated
2012 "On the Floor" (featuring Pitbull) Hit of the Year Nominated
Empire Awards 1999 Out of Sight Best Actress Nominated
[88]
[89]
Entertainment Tonight 2015 Jennifer Lopez Icon Award Won
FHM 2001 Jennifer Lopez 100 Sexiest Women Won
2002 Won
2009 Sexiest Women of All Time Runner-up
FiFi Awards 2002 Jennifer Lopez Celebrity Fragrance Star of the Year Won
2003 Won
2004 Still Jennifer Lopez Top Ten – Women's: Luxe Nominated
Florida Film Critics Circle Awards 2019 Hustlers Best Supporting Actress Nominated
Georgia Film Critics Association Awards 2020 Hustlers Best Supporting Actress Nominated
GLAAD Media Awards 2014 Jennifer Lopez GLAAD Vanguard Award Won
The Fosters Outstanding Drama Series[b] Won
Glamour Awards 1999 Jennifer Lopez Woman of the Year Won
2011 Won
[99]
2012 American Idol TV Personality Nominated
Gold Derby Awards 2020 Hustlers Best Supporting Actress Pending
Golden Globe Awards 1998 Selena Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Nominated
[102]
2020 Hustlers Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture Nominated
Golden Raspberry Awards 2002 The Wedding Planner and Angel Eyes Worst Actress Nominated
2003 Maid in Manhattan and Enough Nominated
2004 Gigli Won
Worst Screen Couple (with Ben Affleck) Won
2006 Monster-In-Law Worst Actress Nominated
2010 Jennifer Lopez Worst Actress of the Decade Nominated
2013 What to Expect When You're Expecting Worst Supporting Actress Nominated
2016 The Boy Next Door Worst Actress Nominated
Grammy Awards 2000 "Waiting for Tonight" Best Dance Recording Nominated
[111]
2001 "Let's Get Loud" Nominated
[112]
Gotham Awards 2019 Hustlers Best Feature[b] Nominated
Audience Award[b] Nominated
Groovevolt Music & Fashion Awards 2006 Jennifer Lopez Most Fashionable Artist Won
Guinness World Records 2003 J to tha L–O! The Remixes First Number-One Remix Album on the Billboard 200 Won
2012 "On the Floor" (featuring Pitbull) Highest Viewed Female Music Video of All Time Won
Hollywood Critics Association Awards 2020 Hustlers Best Supporting Actress Won
Hollywood Walk of Fame 2013 Jennifer Lopez Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame (Recording Category) Won
[117]
Houston Film Critics Society Awards 2016 The Boy Next Door Worst Film[b] Nominated
Human Rights Campaign 2013 Jennifer Lopez Ally for Equality Award Won
Hungarian Music Awards 2002 J.Lo Foreign Pop Album of the Year Nominated
IFPI Top Sales Music Award, Hong Kong 2001 J.Lo Ten Best Sales Releases, Foreign Won
2003 This Is Me... Then Won
iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina 2019 Jennifer Lopez iHeartRadio Premio Corazón Award Won
iHeartRadio MMVAs 2011 Jennifer Lopez People's Choice: Favorite International Nominated
iHeartRadio Music Awards 2016 Jennifer Lopez Best Triple Threat Nominated
[126]
Imagen Awards 1998 Selena Lasting Image Award Won
[127]
[128]
2016 Jennifer Lopez Powerful & Influential Latinos in Entertainment (Honoree) Won
Shades of Blue Best Primetime Television Program – Drama[b] Nominated
[130]
Best Actress – Television Nominated
2017 Best Primetime Television Program – Drama[b] Nominated
Best Actress – Television Nominated
2018 Best Primetime Television Program – Drama[b] Nominated
Best Actress – Television Nominated
2019 Best Primetime Television Program – Drama[b] Nominated
Second Act Best Actress – Feature Film Nominated
Independent Spirit Awards 1996 My Family Best Supporting Female Nominated
[134]
2020 Hustlers Pending
[135]
Indiana Film Journalists Association Awards 2019 Hustlers Best Supporting Actress Won
Best Film[b] Nominated
IndieWire Critics Poll 2019 Hustlers Best Supporting Actress Runner-up
International Dance Music Awards 2000 Jennifer Lopez Best New Dance Artist Won
[139]
"Waiting for Tonight" Best Dance Video Won
2007 "Control Myself" (with LL Cool J) Best Rap/Hip Hop Dance Track Nominated
2012 "On the Floor" (featuring Pitbull) Best Latin/Reggaeton Track Nominated
[141]
[142]
Best Commercial/Dance Pop Track Nominated
2013 "Dance Again" (featuring Pitbull) Best Latin Dance Track Nominated
2015 "Booty" (featuring Iggy Azalea) Best Commercial/Pop Dance Track Nominated
Israel Teen Choice Awards 2001 Jennifer Lopez International Female Singer Nominated
2002 Won
2003 Bennifer Choice Romance Won
Italian Music Awards 2001 Jennifer Lopez Best International Female Artist Nominated
2003 Nominated
Kiss Awards 2005 Jennifer Lopez Style Icon Nominated
Latin American Music Awards 2015 "Back It Up" (with Prince Royce) Favorite Dance Song Nominated
[148]
2016 "El Mismo Sol" (with Alvaro Soler) Favorite Pop/Rock Song Nominated
[149]
2017 "Olvídame y Pega la Vuelta" (with Marc Anthony) Favorite Tropical Song Nominated
[150]
2018 Jennifer Lopez: All I Have Favorite Tour Nominated
[151]
Jennifer Lopez Favorite Female Artist Nominated
2019 It's My Party Favorite Tour Nominated
Latino Entertainment Film Awards[c] 2020 Hustlers Best Picture Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Won
Jennifer Lopez Rita Moreno Lifetime Achievement Award Won
Latin Grammy Awards[d] 2000 "No Me Ames" Best Pop Performance by a Duo/Group with Vocals Nominated
[155]
Best Music Video Nominated
Lo Nuestro Awards 2000 Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony Pop Group or Duo of the Year Nominated
Jennifer Lopez Pop Female Artist of the Year Nominated
Pop New Artist of the Year Nominated
2008 Won
2015 "Adrenalina" (with Wisin and Ricky Martin) Urban Song of the Year Nominated
Urban Collaboration of the Year Nominated
Video of the Year Nominated
2019 Jennifer Lopez Social Media Artist Won
London Film Critics' Circle Awards 2020 Hustlers Supporting Actress of the Year Pending
Lone Star Film Awards 1997 Selena Best Actress Won
[128]
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards 2019 Hustlers Best Supporting Actress Won
Los Premios MTV Latinoamérica 2007 Jennifer Lopez MTV Tr3́s Viewer's Choice Award – Best Pop Artist Nominated
LOS40 Music Awards 2007 Jennifer Lopez Mejor Artista (Best Artist) Nominated
"Qué Hiciste" Mejor Canción (Best Song) Nominated
2011 "On the Floor" (featuring Pitbull) Best International Song Nominated
2012 Jennifer Lopez Best International Spanish Language Artist Nominated
2016 International Artist of the Year Nominated
"Ain't Your Mama" International Song of the Year Nominated
International Video of the Year Nominated
March of Dimes 2013 Jennifer Lopez (for the Lopez Family Foundation) Grace Kelly Award Won
MiTRL Music Awards 2007 Jennifer Lopez Chica of the Year (Female of the Year) Nominated
MTV Asia Awards 2002 Jennifer Lopez Favorite Female Artist Nominated
[166]
2003 Nominated
2004 Nominated
[167]
MTV Europe Music Awards 1999 Jennifer Lopez Breakthrough Artist Nominated
Best R&B Artist Nominated
2000 Best Female Artist Nominated
Best R&B Artist Won
2001 Best Female Artist Won
2002 Best R&B Artist Nominated
Best Female Artist Won
2003 Best R&B Artist Nominated
2011 "On the Floor" (featuring Pitbull) Best Song Nominated
Jennifer Lopez Best Female Artist Nominated
MTV Movie & TV Awards 1998 Selena Best Breakthrough Performance Nominated
1999 Out of Sight Best Female Performance Nominated
Best Kiss (with George Clooney) Nominated
2001 The Cell Best Female Performance Nominated
Best Dressed Won
2011 The Back-up Plan Best Latino Actor Nominated
2015 The Boy Next Door Best Scared-As-S**t Performance Won
[181]
MTV Video Music Awards 1999 "If You Had My Love" Best Female Video Nominated
[182]
Best Dance Video Nominated
Best Pop Video Nominated
Best New Artist in a Video Nominated
www.jenniferlopez.com Best Artist Website Nominated
2000 "Waiting for Tonight" Best Dance Video Won
Best Choreography in a Video Nominated
2001 "Love Don't Cost a Thing" Best Female Video Nominated
[184]
Best Dance Video Nominated
2002 "I'm Real (Murder Remix)" Best Hip-Hop Video Won
2003 "I'm Glad" Best Female Video Nominated
[186]
Best Dance Video Nominated
Best Choreography in a Video Nominated
Best Art Direction in a Video Nominated
2005 "Get Right" Best Dance Video Nominated
Best Direction in a Video Nominated
Best Choreography in a Video Nominated
Best Editing in a Video Nominated
2012 "Dance Again" Best Choreography Nominated
[188]
Jennifer Lopez Best Latino Artist Nominated
2013 "Live It Up" Best Choreography Nominated
[189]
2018 "Dinero" Best Collaboration Won
[190]
Best Latin Nominated
Jennifer Lopez Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award Won
[191]
MTV Video Music Awards Japan 2003 "Jenny From The Block" Best Female Music Video Nominated
2005 "Get Right" Nominated
2014 "Live It Up" Best Collaboration Nominated
MTV Video Play Awards 2012 "On the Floor" (featuring Pitbull) Platinum Award Won
[192]
2013 "Dance Again" (featuring Pitbull) Won
[193]
Music City Film Critics Association Awards 2020 Hustlers Best Supporting Actress Nominated
MVPA Awards 2000 "Waiting for Tonight" Pop Video of the Year Nominated
Best Hair Won
2005 "Get Right" Choreography Nominated
Styling Nominated
Make-Up Nominated
My VH1 Music Awards 2000 Jennifer Lopez Woman of the Year Nominated
Booty Shake Nominated
"Waiting for Tonight" Sexxxiest Video Nominated
The Cell Double Threat (Musician-Actors) Nominated
2001 Jennifer Lopez Navel Academy Nominated
"Love Don't Cost a Thing" Is It Hot in Here or Is It Just My Video Nominated
"What's Going On" (with various artists) There's No "I" in Team (Best Collaboration) Won
NAACP Image Awards 2003 Maid in Manhattan Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture Nominated
2020 Hustlers Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture Pending
National Film & TV Awards 2019 Hustlers Best Actress Won
National Society of Film Critics Awards 2020 Hustlers Best Supporting Actress 3rd place
New York Film Critics Online Awards 2019 Hustlers Top 10 Films[b] Won
Nevada Film Critics Society 2019 Hustlers Best Supporting Actress Won
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2000 Jennifer Lopez Favorite New Music Artist Won
Favorite Female Singer Nominated
2001 Favorite Female Singer Nominated
2002 The Wedding Planner Favorite Movie Actress Won
Jennifer Lopez Favorite Female Singer Nominated
2003 Maid in Manhattan Favorite Movie Actress Nominated
Jennifer Lopez Favorite Female Singer Nominated
"Jenny from the Block" Favorite Song Nominated
2004 Jennifer Lopez Favorite Female Singer Nominated
2016 Home Favorite Voice from an Animated Movie Nominated
2019 World of Dance Favorite TV Judges (shared with Derek Hough and Ne-Yo) Nominated
North Carolina Film Critics Association Awards 2020 Hustlers Best Supporting Actress Nominated
NRJ Music Awards 2002 Jennifer Lopez International Female Artist of the Year Won
2003 JenniferLopez.com Music Website of the Year Won
Jennifer Lopez International Female Artist of the Year Nominated
J to tha L–O! The Remixes International Album of the Year Nominated
Oklahoma Film Critics Circle Awards 2019 Hustlers Best Supporting Actress Won
Online Association of Female Film Critics 2019 Hustlers Best Supporting Actress Won
Online Film Critics Society Awards 2020 Hustlers Best Supporting Actress Won
Palm Springs International Film Festival 2020 Hustlers Spotlight Award Won
People's Choice Awards 2001 Jennifer Lopez Favorite Female Musical Performer Nominated
The Cell Favorite Motion Picture Actress Nominated
2003 Jennifer Lopez Favorite Female Musical Performer Nominated
2005 Best Smile Nominated
[219]
2011 American Idol Choice Competition TV Show Won
[220]
[221]
2012 Won
2013 Jennifer Lopez Favorite Female Artist Nominated
[222]
Favorite Pop Artist Nominated
"Dance Again" Favorite Music Video Nominated
2015 Jennifer Lopez Favorite Pop Artist Nominated
2016 The Boy Next Door Favorite Dramatic Movie Actress Nominated
Favorite Thriller Movie[b] Nominated
2017 Shades of Blue Favorite TV Crime Drama Actress Won
2019 Jennifer Lopez The Style Star of 2019 Nominated
It's My Party The Concert Tour of 2019 Nominated
People Magazine Awards 2014 Jennifer Lopez Triple Threat Award Won
[227]
Phoenix Critics Circle Awards 2019 Hustlers Best Supporting Actress Nominated
Philadelphia Film Critics Circle 2019 Hustlers Best Supporting Actress Runner-up
Pollstar Awards 2018 Jennifer Lopez: All I Have Best Residency Nominated
2019 It's My Party Best Latin Tour Pending
Premios Amigo 2000 On the 6 Best International Album Nominated
2007 Jennifer Lopez N/A Won
"Qué Hiciste" Nominated
Premios Juventud 2004 Jennifer Lopez She Steals the Show Nominated
Best Moves Nominated
All Over the Dial Nominated
She's Totally Red Carpet Won
Paparazzi's Favorite Target Nominated
Dream Chick Nominated
My Idol Is Nominated
Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony Paparazzi's Favorite Target Won
Dynamic Duet Nominated
Hottest Romance Nominated
Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck Nominated
"No Me Ames" Catchiest Tune Nominated
2005 Jennifer Lopez She's Got Style Won
Shall We Dance? and Monster-in-Law She Steals the Show Won
Jennifer Lopez Paparazzi's Favorite Target Nominated
"Escapémonos (Tropical Version)" (with Marc Anthony) Dynamic Duet Nominated
Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony Hottest Romance Nominated
2006 Jennifer Lopez She's Got Style Nominated
An Unfinished Life She Steals the Show Nominated
2007 Jennifer Lopez She's Got Style Won
Paparazzi's Favorite Target Nominated
Girl of My Dreams Won
2008 She's Got Style Won
Girl of My Dreams Won
Paparazzi's Favorite Target Won
El Cantante She Steals the Show Nominated
Favorite Flick Nominated
Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony Torrid Affairs Nominated
2009 Jennifer Lopez She's Got Style Won
2011 "On the Floor" (with Pitbull) The Perfect Combination Nominated
Jennifer Lopez Actress Who Steals The Screen Nominated
2013 World Icon Award Won
[238]
[239]
[240]
Favorite Actress Won
2014 "Adrenalina" (Wisin featuring Ricky Martin and Jennifer Lopez) The Perfect Combination Nominated
2015 The Boy Next Door She Steals the Show Won
[242]
Favorite Movie[b] Won
2016 "Back It Up" (featuring Prince Royce & Pitbull) The Perfect Combination Nominated
[243]
[244]
Jennifer Lopez She Steals the Show Nominated
My Favorite Twitter Celebrity Nominated
2019 Scroll Stopper Nominated
Street Style Nominated
Hair Obsessed Nominated
Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez Couple That Fired Up My Feed Nominated
Premios Ondas 2001 Jennifer Lopez Mención especial de la Organización Won
Premios Oye! 2007 Jennifer Lopez Pop Español: Solista Femenina Nominated
Radio Disney Music Awards 2015 Jennifer Lopez Hero Award Won
[247]
Radio Music Awards 2003 Jennifer Lopez Artist of the Year – Hip Hop Radio Nominated
Artist of the Year – Top 40 Radio Nominated
Ritmo Latino Music Awards 1999 Jennifer Lopez New Artist of the Year Won
RTHK International Pop Poll Awards 2012 "On the Floor" (featuring Pitbull) Top Ten International Gold Songs Nominated
San Francisco Bay Area Film Critics Circle Awards 2019 Hustlers Best Supporting Actress Won
Satellite Awards 2020 Hustlers Best Actress in a Supporting Role Won
Saturn Awards 1998 Anaconda Saturn Award for Best Actress Nominated
2001 The Cell Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards 2020 Hustlers Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role Nominated
Seattle Film Critics Society Awards 2019 Hustlers Best Supporting Actress Won
Shorty Awards 2011 Jennifer Lopez Celebrity Nominated
[256]
Music
Actress
Singer
ShoWest Convention Awards 2002 Jennifer Lopez Female Star of the Year Won
Smash Hits Poll Winners Party 2002 Jennifer Lopez Best Female Solo 7th place
Most Fanciable Female 5th place
Soul Train Music Awards 2000 On the 6 Best R&B/Soul Album – Female Nominated
[260]
Stinkers Bad Movie Awards 2001 Angel Eyes and The Wedding Planner Worst Actress Nominated
Angel Eyes Most Annoying Fake Accent – Female Won
2002 Enough Worst Actress Nominated
2003 Gigli Worst Actress Won
Worst On-Screen Couple (with Ben Affleck) Won
Worst Fake Accent – Female Won
Streamy Awards 2018 Fear BOX Challenge (with David Dobrik) Best Performance – Collaboration Nominated
Swiss Music Awards 2012 "On the Floor" (featuring Pitbull) Best Hit International Nominated
Teen Choice Awards 1999 "If You Had My Love" Best Song of the Summer Won
Jennifer Lopez Breakout Artist Nominated
2000 Female Hottie Award Nominated
Female Artist Nominated
2001 "Play" Best Dance Track Won
Jennifer Lopez Female Hottie Award Won
Female Artist Nominated
The Wedding Planner Choice Chemistry Nominated
"Love Don't Cost a Thing" Choice Music Single Nominated
J.Lo Choice Music Album Nominated
2002 Jennifer Lopez Female Artist Nominated
Female Hottie Awards Nominated
"Ain't It Funny (Murder Remix)" (featuring Ja Rule and Caddillac Tah) Choice Music Hook-Up Nominated
Choice Music Single Nominated
Best R&B/Hip-Hop/Rap Single Won
Enough Choice Actress in a Drama/Action or Adventure Film Nominated
2003 Maid in Manhattan Choice Movie Actress – Comedy Nominated
Choice Movie Liar Nominated
Choice Movie Lip-Lock (shared with Ralph Fiennes) Nominated
"All I Have" (featuring LL Cool J) Choice Music Single Nominated
Choice Music Hook-Up Nominated
"I'm Glad" Choice Love Song Nominated
This Is Me... Then Choice Music Album Nominated
Jennifer Lopez Choice Hip Hop R&B Artist Won
Choice Crossover Artist Nominated
Choice Fashion Icon Won
Female Artist Nominated
Female Hottie Award Nominated
2004 Female Artist Nominated
2005 "Get Right" Choice R&B/Hip-Hop Track Nominated
Choice Party Starter Nominated
Monster-in-Law Choice Chemistry (shared with Jane Fonda) Nominated
Choice Movie Actress: Comedy Nominated
Shall We Dance? Choice Dance Scene (shared with Richard Gere) Nominated
Jennifer Lopez Choice Red-Carpet Fashion Icon (Female) Nominated
2010 The Back-up Plan Best Romantic Comedy Actress Nominated
Best Romantic Comedy Nominated
2011 Jennifer Lopez Choice Red Carpet Fashion Icon (Female) Nominated
American Idol Choice TV: Personality Won
2012 What to Expect When You're Expecting Choice Comedy Actress Nominated
"Dance Again" (featuring Pitbull) Choice Music Single – Female Nominated
Jennifer Lopez Choice Female Artist Nominated
Choice Fashion Icon: Female Nominated
Choice Summer Female Artist Nominated
American Idol Female TV Personality Won
2013 The Fosters Choice TV Breakout Show (shared with cast and crew)[b] Won
2014 American Idol Female TV Personality Nominated
2016 Shades of Blue Choice TV: Drama[b] Nominated
Jennifer Lopez Choice TV Actress: Drama Nominated
2018 "Dinero" (featuring DJ Khaled and Cardi B) Choice Latin Song Nominated
Telehit Awards 2014 "Booty" (featuring Iggy Azalea) El Glúteo de Oro Nominated
The Record of the Year 1999 "If You Had My Love" The Record of the Year 10th place
2011 "On the Floor" (featuring Pitbull) 9th place
Top of the Pops Awards 2001 Jennifer Lopez Artist on Top of the World Won
2003 Most Crap Hair Nominated
TMF Awards 2001 Jennifer Lopez Best International Female Artist Won
Best Zangeres (Best Singer) Won
2002 Best International Female Artist Won
Best Zangeres (Best Singer) Won
TRL Awards 2003 Jennifer Lopez The First Lady Award (Favorite Female) Nominated
"Play" (TRL Super Bowl XXXV in Tampa) The Rock The Mic Award (Best Live Performance) Nominated
UNESCO Award 2012 Lopez Family Foundation Award for Philanthropic Work Won
Urban Fashion Awards 2002 Jennifer Lopez Female Urban Fashion Aficionado Nominated
J.Lo by Jennifer Lopez New Urban Fashion Celebrity Line Nominated
New Designer of the Year Won
Us Weekly Awards 2007 Jennifer Lopez Style Icon of the Year Won
2010 Style Icon of the Decade Won
Vancouver Film Critics Circle Awards 2019 Hustlers Best Supporting Actress Nominated
Variety Awards 2014 Lopez Family Foundation Power of Women Award Won
Vevo Certified Awards 2014 "On the Floor" Vevo Certified Award Won
"I'm Into You" Won
"Dance Again" Won
"Goin' In" Won
"Live It Up" Won
VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards 1999 Jennifer Lopez Most Fashionable Female Artist Won
[296]
2000 Versace Award Won
[297]
2002 Most Influential Artist Won
[298]
Vibe Awards 2003 Jennifer Lopez Enterprising Entrepreneur Nominated
VIVA Comet Awards 2001 Jennifer Lopez Best International Artist Nominated
2002 "I'm Real" Video International Nominated
Virgin Media Music Awards 2012 "I'm Into You" (featuring Lil Wayne) Best Collaboration Nominated
[302]
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Awards 2019 Hustlers Best Supporting Actress Won
Women Film Critics Circle Awards 2019 Hustlers Best Screen Couple (with Constance Wu) Runner-up
Women in Film Crystal + Lucy Awards 2006 Jennifer Lopez Crystal Award Won
[3]
World Music Awards 2002 Jennifer Lopez World's Best-Selling Latin Female Artist Won
2005 World's Best-Selling Pop Female Artist Nominated
2007 World's Best-Selling Latin Female Artist Nominated
2010 Legend Award Won
[307]
2014 World's Best Female Artist Nominated
World's Best Live Act Nominated
World's Best Entertainer of the Year Nominated
"I Luh Ya Papi" (featuring French Montana) World's Best Song Nominated
World's Best Video Nominated
"Live It Up" (featuring Pitbull) World's Best Song Nominated
World's Best Video Nominated
Your World Awards 2012 "Follow the Leader" (with Wisin & Yandel) Best Musical Video Won
Jennifer Lopez Favorite Latino in Hollywood Won
2014 "Adrenalina" (with Wisin and Ricky Martin) Most Popular Song of the Year Nominated

Notes[]

  1. ^ Indicates the year of ceremony. Each year is linked to the article about the awards held that year, wherever possible.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r Awards and nominations Lopez has received as a producer.
  3. ^ These awards are administered by the Latino Entertainment Journalists Association.[153]
  4. ^ Note: "Back It Up (Spanish Version)" was also nominated for Best Urban Song in 2015, however in this category the nomination is cred to the songwriters and not the performer. The song was written by Savan Kotecha, Ilya Salmanzadeh, Prince Royce and Pitbull.

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