Lo Nuestro Award for Pop Female Artist of the Year

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Lo Nuestro Awards for Pop Female Artist of the Year
Premio Lo Nuestro 2017
Awarded for Pop Female Artist of the Year
Country United States
Presented by Univision
First awarded 1989
Currently held by Thalía (2017)
Most awards Shakira (9)
Website univision.com/premiolonuestro

The Lo Nuestro Award for Pop Female Artist of the Year is an award presented annually by American network Univision. It was first awarded in 1989 and has been given annually since. The accolade was established to recognize the most talented performers of Latin music.[1] The nominees and winners were originally selected by a voting poll conducted among program directors of Spanish-language radio stations in the United States and also based on chart performance on Billboard Latin music charts, with the results being tabulated and certified by the accounting firm Deloitte.[1][2] At the present time, the winners are selected by the audience through an online survey.[3] The trophy awarded is shaped in the form of a treble clef.[1]

The award was first presented to Spanish singer Isabel Pantoja. Colombian singer-songwriter Shakira is the most nominated performer and holds the record for the most awards, winning on nine occasions out of twelve nominations. Mexican singer-songwriter Ana Gabriel won in four consecutive ceremonies. Mexican-American singer Jenni Rivera, Cuban-American artist Gloria Estefan, Italian performer Laura Pausini and Mexican singers Thalía and Paulina Rubio have received two awards each. The current holder of the award is Mexican artist Thalía.

Winners and nominees

Listed below are the winners of the award for each year, as well as the other nominees for the majority of the years awarded.

Key Meaning
double-dagger Indicates the winner
A woman in a white dress with a white stole, with her right hand stretched and a microphone in her left hand, looking to the side.
Spanish singer Isabel Pantoja (pictured in 2012), winner in 1989
A woman with black hair, facing front, holding a microphone in her left hand, behind a microphone pedestal.
Mexican singer Ana Gabriel (pictured in 2006), winner for four years in a row (1990-1993)
A blonde woman smiling.
Colombian singer Shakira (pictured in 2009), the most awarded performer with nine wins
Year Performer Ref
1989
(1st)
Isabel PantojaAward winner
[4][5]
Ana Gabriel
Yolandita Monge
Yuri
1990
(2nd)
Ana GabrielAward winner
[6][7]
Rocío Dúrcal
Marisela
Isabel Pantoja
1991
(3rd)
Ana GabrielAward winner
[8][9]
Gloria Estefan
Myriam Hernández
Daniela Romo
1992
(4th)
Ana GabrielAward winner
[10][11]
Vikki Carr
Daniela Romo
Gloria Trevi
1993
(5th)
Ana GabrielAward winner
[12][13]
Daniela Romo
Paulina Rubio
Gloria Trevi
1994
(6th)
Gloria EstefanAward winner
[14]
Ana Gabriel
Lucero
Ednita Nazario
1995
(7th)
SelenaAward winner
[15][16]
Gloria Estefan
Ana Gabriel
Yuri
1996
(8th)
Gloria EstefanAward winner
[17][18]
Rocío Dúrcal
Lucero
Thalía
1997
(9th)
ShakiraAward winner
[19][20]
Laura Pausini
Olga Tañón
Thalía
1998
(10th)
ThalíaAward winner
[21][22]
Rocío Dúrcal
Laura Flores
Lucero
1999
(11th)
ShakiraAward winner
[23][24]
Gloria Estefan
Fey
Olga Tañón
2000
(12th)
ShakiraAward winner
[25][26]
Jennifer Lopez
Noelia
Jaci Velasquez
2001
(13th)
Christina AguileraAward winner
[27][28]
Paulina Rubio
Shakira
Jaci Velasquez
2002
(14th)
Paulina RubioAward winner
[29][30]
Christina Aguilera
Laura Pausini
Jaci Velasquez
2003
(15th)
ShakiraAward winner
[31][32]
Alejandra Guzmán
Pilar Montenegro
Jennifer Peña
Laura Pausini
Thalía
2004
(16th)
ShakiraAward winner
[3][33]
Millie Corretjer
Soraya
Thalía
2005
(17th)
Paulina RubioAward winner
[34][35]
Ednita Nazario
Jennifer Peña
Thalía
2006
(18th)
Laura PausiniAward winner
[36][37]
Jimena
Julieta Venegas
Paulina Rubio
2007
(19th)
ShakiraAward winner
[38][39]
Anaís
Laura Pausini
Julieta Venegas
2008
(20th)
BelindaAward winner
[40][41]
Paulina Rubio
Julieta Venegas
Yuridia
2009
(21st)
Gloria TreviAward winner
[42][43]
Kany García
Alejandra Guzmán
Julieta Venegas
Yuridia
2010
(22nd)
Laura PausiniAward winner
[44][45]
Fanny Lú
Nelly Furtado
Paulina Rubio
Gloria Trevi
2011
(23rd)
ShakiraAward winner
[46][47]
Nelly Furtado
Kany García
Paulina Rubio
Thalía
2012
(24th)
ShakiraAward winner
[48][49]
Gloria Trevi
Natalia Jiménez
Norka
2013
(25th)
Jenni RiveraAward winner
[50][51]
Paulina Rubio
Shakira
Gloria Trevi
2014
(26th)
Jenni RiveraAward winner
[52]
Paulina Rubio
América Sierra
Thalía
Yuridia
2015
(27th)
ShakiraAward winner
[53]
Becky G
Alejandra Guzmán
Laura Pausini
Gloria Trevi
2016
(28th)
Natalia JiménezAward winner
[54][55]
Shakira
Thalía
Gloria Trevi
2017
(29th)
Thalía
[56]
Leslie Grace
Sofia Reyes
Gloria Trevi

See also

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