List of awards and nominations received by Guy Sebastian

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Sebastian at the ESC2015 Eurovision Village, Vienna, 20 May 2015

Award Nominations Wins
ARIA Music Awards
28 4
ARIA No. 1 Chart Awards
6 6
ARIA End of Year and End Of Decade Charts
4 4
APRA Awards
15 2
Australian Commercial Radio Awards
2 1
Australian Club Entertainment Awards
5 3
Australian and New Zealand Urban Music Awards
4 3
Channel [V] Oz Artist of the Year Awards
4 1
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards
14 6
Australian MTV Awards
2 2
Australian GQ Awards
2 1
Advertiser Confidential/Scene Awards
3 2
Dolly Teen Choice Awards
3 2
International Songwriting Competition
2 1
POPrepublic.tv IT List Awards
15 3
World Music Awards
5 -
Other Awards
11 5
Totals
Nominations 126
Awards won 46
Footnotes
The "Won" and "Nominated" cells of this infobox also include No. 1 rankings on lists, works which have been shortlisted and pending results.

Guy Sebastian is an Australian pop, R&B and soul singer-songwriter who was the first winner of the Australian Idol series in 2003. Since then he has released nine top ten albums, with seven reaching the top five, including two which peaked at number one.[1][2] He has also released 21 top 20 singles, 12 of which reached the top ten of the ARIA Singles Chart including six number ones.[1] This is a list of the nominations, awards, and other recognition Sebastian has received during his career.

Awards & nominations

ARIA Music Awards

The Australian Recording Industry Association Music Awards, commonly known as ARIA Music Awards are held to recognise excellence and innovation and achievement across all genres of Australian music. Award nominees and winners, excluding for sales and public voted categories, are selected by the ARIA Academy comprising "judges from all sectors of the music industry - retail, radio and tv, journalists and critics, television presenters, concert promoters, agents, ARIA member record companies and past ARIA winners".[3] The inaugural ARIA Awards took place in 1987.[4]

Year Category Nominated work Result
2004 Highest Selling Single "Angels Brought Me Here" Won[5]
Highest Selling Album Just as I Am Nominated[5]
2005 Highest Selling Album Beautiful Life Nominated[5]
2008 Highest Selling Album The Memphis Album Nominated[5]
2010 Best Male Artist Himself
for Like It Like That
Nominated[5]
Best Pop Release Like It Like That Nominated[5]
Most Popular Australian Album Nominated[5]
Most Popular Australian Single "Like It Like That" Nominated[5]
"Art of Love" (featuring Jordin Sparks) Nominated[6]
Most Popular Australian Artist Himself Nominated[5]
2011 Single of the Year "Who's That Girl" (featuring Eve) Nominated[5]
Best Pop Release Nominated[5]
Highest Selling Single Won[7]
Most Popular Australian Artist Himself
for "Who's That Girl"
Nominated[8]
2012 Best Pop Release "Battle Scars" (featuring Lupe Fiasco) Nominated[5]
Best Male Artist Himself
for "Battle Scars"
Nominated[5]
Song of the Year "Don't Worry Be Happy" Nominated[5]
2013 Album of the Year Armageddon Nominated[9]
Best Male Artist Himself
for Armageddon
Nominated[9]
Best Pop Release Armageddon Won[10]
Song of the Year "Get Along" Nominated[9]
Best Live Act Himself
for the Get Along Tour
Won[10]
2014 Best Male Artist Himself
for Come Home With Me
Nominated[11]
Song of the Year "Like a Drum" Nominated[11]
2015 Best Male Artist Himself
for Tonight Again
Nominated[12]
2016 Best Male Artist Himself
for "Black & Blue"
Nominated[13]
Video of the Year "Black & Blue" Nominated[13]
2017 Song of the Year "Set in Stone" Nominated[14]

ARIA No. 1 Chart Awards

The Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) held the No. 1 Chart Awards to recognise Australian artists who achieved number one on the ARIA singles or album charts. The Awards were last held in 2012.[15]

Year Category Nominated work Result[a]
2004 No. 1 Chart Award (Album) Just as I Am Won[15]
No. 1 Chart Award (Single) "Angels Brought Me Here" Won[15]
No. 1 Chart Award (Single) "All I Need Is You" Won[15]
2005 No. 1 Chart Award (Single) "Out with My Baby" Won[15]
2010 No. 1 Chart Award (Single) "Like It Like That" Won[16]
2012 No. 1 Chart Award (Single) "Who's That Girl" Won[17]

Note a ^Since 2012 Sebastian has achieved another number one single with "Battle Scars" featuring Lupe Fiasco and one for the album Armageddon. These number one's were not awarded No. 1 Chart Awards as they were achieved during a short period of time which the Awards did not cover. Sebastian is the only Australian male artist in Australian music history to achieve six number one singles, and is third overall for all Australian acts. Only Kylie Minogue and Delta Goodrem have more.[18]

ARIA End of Year and End of Decade Charts

ARIA recognises sales achievements with the listing of the highest selling releases of each year on their website in the End of Year Charts. In 2010 they also listed the highest selling releases of the decade 2000 - 2009 in the End of Decade Charts.[19] Sebastian's debut single "Angels Brought Me Here" was named the highest selling single of the decade and he was presented with an award for this at the 2010 ARIA No. 1 Awards.[16]

Year Category Nominated work Rank
2003 Top 100 Singles "Angels Brought Me Here" 1[20]
2009 Top 50 Australian Artist Singles "Like It Like That" 1[21]
2010 End of Decade Top 100 Singles "Angels Brought Me Here" 1[16]
2012 Top 50 Australian Artist Singles "Battle Scars" (featuring Lupe Fiasco) 1[22]

APRA Awards

The APRA Awards are run in Australia and New Zealand by the Australasian Performing Right Association to recognise songwriting skills, sales and airplay performance by its members. Nominations and winners in each category are chosen either by the voting members of APRA, members of the APRA Board or APRA based statistical analysis. The Song of the Year category is fully peer judged with the shortlist, final five nominees and winner voted for by the songwiting members of APRA.[23][24]

Year Category Nominated work Result
2005 Most Performed Australian Work "All I Need Is You" Nominated[25]
2006 Most Performed Urban Work "Kryptonite" Nominated[26]
Most Performed Urban Work "Oh Oh" Won[26]
2010 Song of the Year "Art Of Love" Shortlisted[27]
2011 Song of the Year "All to Myself" Shortlisted[28]
Song of the Year "Who's That Girl" Shortlisted[28]
Urban Work of the Year "Who's That Girl" Won[29]
2012 Song of the Year "Don't Worry Be Happy" Shortlisted[30]
2013 Song of the Year "Get Along" Final 5[31]
Pop Work of the Year "Don't Worry Be Happy" Nominated[31]
Most Played Australian Work "Don't Worry Be Happy" Nominated[31]
2015 Pop Work of the Year "Like a Drum" Nominated[32]
Most Played Australian Work "Like a Drum" Nominated[32]
2017 Song of the Year "Set in Stone" Shortlisted[33]
Pop Work of the Year "Black & Blue" Nominated[34]

International Songwriting Competition

The International Songwriting Competition (ISC) is an annual song contest for both aspiring and established songwriters. The judging panel is made up of musicians, songwriters and industry experts, and songs are judged on creativity, originality, lyrics, melody, arrangement and overall likeability.[35]

Year Category Nominated work Result
2013 R&B/Hip-Hop "Battle Scars" Won[36]
Pop/Top 40 "Get Along" Nominated[37]

Australian Commercial Radio Awards

The Australian Commercial Radio Awards are held annually. Winners are decided by a judging panel from nominations by radio stations and individuals.

Year Category Nominated work Result
2004 Best New Australian Artist Himself Nominated[38]
2010 Best Music Special The Hamish & Andy Show - Guy Sebastian vs every other artist on our playlist Won[39]

Australian Club Entertainment Awards

The Australian Club Entertainment Awards are held annually to honour Australian music and variety acts. Nominees are selected by a committee, with the winners decided by member vote.[40]

Year Category Nominated work Result
2007 Original Music Performer Himself Nominated[41]
Outstanding Club Performer of the Year Himself Nominated[41]
2008 Original Music Performer Himself Won[42]
Outstanding Club Performer of the Year Himself Won[42]
2010 Original Music Performer Himself Won[43]

Australian and New Zealand Urban Music Awards

The Australian and New Zealand Urban Music Awards were held in 2006 and 2007. Nominees were selected by a panel of music industry figures, with the winners decided by public vote.[44]

Year Category Nominated work Result
2006 Best R&B Single "Oh Oh" Nominated[45]
Best Video Clip "Oh Oh" Won[46]
Best Male Artist Himself Won[46]
2007 Best R&B Album Closer to the Sun Won[47]

Channel [V] Oz Artist of the Year

The Channel V Oz Artist of the Year Award is awarded annually. Channel V choose the original nominees, with public vote deciding the final ten, final four and overall winner.[48]

Year Category Nominated work Result
2004 Oz Artist of the Year Himself Won[49]
2011 Oz Artist of the Year Himself Final 4[50]
2012 Oz Artist of the Year Himself Nominated[51]
2013 Oz Artist of the Year Himself Nominated[52]

Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards

The Australian Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards is an annual awards show for Australian and overseas entertainers. Nominees and winners are decided by public vote.[53] In 2012 the Australian Awards were not held. Since 2013 Australian categories have been added to the US Kids' Choice Awards.[54]

Year Category Nominated work Result
2004 Fave Music Video "All I Need Is You" Won[55]
2005 Fave Aussie Himself Won[56]
Fave Music Video "Oh Oh" Won[56]
Fave Hottie Himself Nominated[57]
Fave Music Artist Himself Won[56]
2006 Fave Music Artist Himself Nominated[58]
Fave Aussie Himself Won[59]
2007 Fave Male Singer Himself Nominated[60]
2009 So Hot Right Now Himself Won[61]
2010 Fave Aussie Muso Himself Nominated[62]
2011 Hall of Slime Himself Nominated[63]
2013. Aussie's Fave Homegrown Act Himself Nominated[54]
2016. Aussie's Favourite Pop Sensation Himself Nominated[64]
2017. Favourite Aussie/Kiwi Human Eva Himself Nominated[65]

MTV Europe Music Awards

Year Category Nominated work Result
2015 Best Australian Act Himself Nominated

Australian MTV Awards

The Australian MTV Awards, formally known as the MTV Australia Video Music Awards were presented by MTV between 2005 and 2009. Nominees were chosen by MTV, with public vote deciding the winners.[66]

Year Category Nominated work Result
2005 Best Pop Video "Out With My Baby" Won[67]
2007 Best Pop Video "Elevator Love" Won[68]

Australian GQ Awards

The Australian GQ Awards are held annually. The nominees for Man of the Year are selected by GQ magazine, with the public deciding the winner. The winners of all other categories are chosen by the magazine.[69]

Year Category Nominated work Result
2012 Man of the Year Himself Nominated[69]
Solo Artist of the Year Himself Won[70]

Advertiser Confidential/Scene Awards

The Advertiser is Adelaide's daily newspaper. Most years they hold the Scene Awards, formally known as the Confidential Awards. The public decide the winners from pools of nominees selected by the newspaper.

Year Category Nominated work Result
2005 Favourite Adelaide Celebrity Himself Won[71]
2006 Local Artist of the Year Himself Nominated[72]
2007 Local Artist of the Year Himself Won[73][74]

Dolly Teen Choice Awards

The Dolly Teen Choice Awards are presented by Dolly Magazine. The nominees are chosen by the magazine, and the winner is selected by public vote.[75]

Year Category Nominated work Result
2006 Most Popular Album Closer to the Sun Won[76]
2008 Extreme Inspiration Award For support of World Vision Australia Won[77]
2010 Local Superstar of the Year Himself Nominated[75]

POPrepublic.tv IT List Awards

POPreplublic.tv is an Australian online entertainment and lifestyle magazine. Nominees for their IT List Awards are selected by the magazine, and winners are decided by public vote.[78]

Year Category Nominated work Result
2006 Australian Male Artist Himself Won[79]
2010 Single of 2010 "Who's That Girl" Nominated[78]
Album of 2010 Twenty Ten Nominated[78]
Australian Male Artist Himself Nominated[78]
Concert Tour of 2010 Like It Like That Tour Nominated[78]
2011 Single of 2011 "Don't Worry Be Happy" Nominated[80]
Australian Male Artist Himself Won[81]
2012 Single of 2012 "Battle Scars" Won[82]
Album of 2012 Armageddon Nominated[83]
Australian Male Artist Himself Nominated[83]
2013 Single of 2013 "Like a Drum" Nominated[84]
Concert tour of 2013 Get Along Tour Nominated[84]
Australian Male Artist Himself Nominated[84]
2014 Album of 2014 "Madness" Nominated[85]
Australian Male Artist Himself Nominated[85]

World Music Awards

The World Music Awards honours the best-selling recording artists from every continent. They are presented on sales merit and voted by the public. The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) provides the organization with the names of the best-selling artists from all major territories.[86]

Year Category Nominated work Result
2014 World's Best Album Armageddon Nominated[87]
World's Best Song "Like a Drum" Nominated[88]
World's Best Male Artist Himself Nominated[89]
World's Best Entertainer Himself Nominated[90]
World's Best Live Act Himself Nominated[91]

Other awards and recognition

Year Award Giving Body Award Nominated work Result
2006 Australian Dance Music Awards Best Urban Act Himself Nominated[92]
2006 Australia Day Council Young Australian of the Year Himself State finalist[93]
2008 Helpmann Awards Best Performance in an Australian Contemporary Concert Himself for The Memphis Tour Nominated[94]
2009 Bandit.fm Single of the Year "Like It Like That" Won[95]
2010 Maddison Magazine Awards Best Music Act Himself Nominated[96]
2010 Take 40 Australia Favourite Artist Himself Won[97]
2010 Phonographic Performance
Company of Australia
Most Played Song on Radio "Like It Like That" Won[98]
2011 Mo Awards Rock Performer of the Year Himself Won[99]
2012 NAACP Image Award Outstanding Duo, Group or Collaboration Himself with Lupe Fiasco
for "Battle Scars"
Nominated[100]
2015 MTV Europe Music Awards Best Australian Act Himself Nominated[101]
2016 Golden Guitar Awards Vocal Collaboration of the Year Himself with Lee Kernaghan, Jessica Mauboy, Jon Stevens, Amy & George Sheppard, Shannon Noll and Megan Washington
for "Spirit of the Anzacs"
Won[102]

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