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How Many Awards has Cyndi Lauper won?

American Awards,Grammy's,Emmy's,and etc.

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    Awards and nominations

    [edit] Grammy Awards

    The Grammy Awards are awarded annually by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. Lauper won one award from 13 nominations. Janet Perr won the Grammy for Best Recording Package 1985.

    Year Nominated work Award Result

    1985 Cyndi Lauper Best New Artist Won

    She's So Unusual Album of the Year Nominated

    "Time After Time" Song of the Year Nominated

    "Girls Just Want To Have Fun" Record of the Year Nominated

    Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated

    1986 "What A Thrill" Best Female Rock Vocal Performance Nominated

    1987 "True Colors" Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Nominated

    "911" Best Female Rock Vocal Performance Nominated

    1990 "I Drove All Night" Best Female Rock Vocal Performance Nominated

    1999 "Disco Inferno" Best Dance Recording Nominated

    2005 "Unchained Melody" Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s) Nominated

    2008 "Bring Ya To The Brink" Best Electronic/Dance Album Nominated

    2010 Memphis Blues Best Traditional Blues Album Nominated

    [edit] MTV Video Music Award

    1984 – Video of the Year for "Girls Just Want To Have Fun" (Nominated)

    1984 – Best New Artist for "Girls Just Want To Have Fun" (Nominated)

    1984 – Best New Artist for "Time After Time" (Nominated)

    1984 – Best Female Video for "Girls Just Want To Have Fun" (Won)

    1984 – Best Female Video for "Time After Time" (Nominated)

    1984 – Best Concept Video for "Girls Just Want To Have Fun" (Nominated)

    1984 – Viewer's Choice for "Girls Just Want To Have Fun" (Nominated)

    1984 – Best Overall Performance for "Girls Just Want To Have Fun" (Nominated)

    1984 – Best Direction for "Time After Time" (Nominated)

    1985 – Best Female Video for "She Bop" (Nominated)

    1987 – Best Female Video for "True Colors" (Nominated)

    1987 – Best Cinematography for "What's Going On" (Nominated)

    [edit] American Music Awards

    1985 – Favorite Pop/Rock Female Video Artist (Won)

    1985 – Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist (Won)

    [edit] Rolling Stone Awards

    1985 – Best New Artist (Won)

    1985 – Best Female Video Artist (Won)

    [edit] Emmy Award

    1994 – Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series for "Mad About You" (Nominated)

    1995 – Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series for "Mad About You" (Won)

    [edit] Women in Film Crystal Awards

    1985 – New Directions Award (Won)

    Source(s): Wikipedia
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