20 Years of P!nk – The Grammy Awards

P!nk at the Grammy Awards

Pink has received 3 Grammy Awards from 20 nominations. 

Year/Nomination/Award/Result

2002 – Lady Marmalade – Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals – Won

2003 – Get the Party Started – Best Female Pop Vocal Performance – Nominated

2003 – Missundaztood – Best Pop Vocal Album – Nominated

2004 – Feel Good Time – Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals – Nominated

2004 – Trouble – Best Female Rock Vocal Performance – Won

2007 – Stupid Girls – Best Female Pop Vocal Performance – Nominated

2009 – So What – Best Female Pop Vocal Performance – Nominated

2010 – Sober – Best Female Pop Vocal Performance – Nominated

2010 – Funhouse – Best Pop Vocal Album – Nominated 

2011 – Imagine – Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals – Won

2011 – Recovery – Album of the Year – Nominated

2012 – Fuckin’ Perfect – Best Pop Solo Performance – Nominated

2013 – The Truth About Love – Best Pop Vocal Album – Nominated

2014 – Just Give Me a Reason – Best Pop Duo/Group Performance – Nominated

2014 – Just Give Me a Reason – Song of the Year – Nominated

2015 – The Truth About Love Tour: Live from Melbourne – Best Music Film – Nominated

2017 – Just Like Fire – Best Song Written for Visual Media – Nominated

2017 – Setting the World on Fire – Best Country Duo/Group Performance – Nominated

2018 – What About Us – Best Pop Solo Performance – Nominated

2019 – Beautiful Trauma – Best Pop Album – Nominated

A Grammy Award is an award presented by The Recording Academy to recognise achievements in the music industry. The trophy depicts a gilded gramophone. 

The annual ceremony features performances by prominent artists and the presentation of the awards.

The first Grammy Awards were held on 4th May 1959 to honour and respect the musical accomplishments by performers for the year 1958. 

Pink has attended and performed at the Grammy Awards many times over her career. See her appearances and performances on the Facebook album. 

Video Highlights 

Glitter in the air

Just give me a reason 

2018 (Wild hearts)

2014 (try)

2007 (presenting award)

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