Thursday, December 8, 2016

Women with the Most Grammy Nominations for Record of the Year

The 10 Women Who Have Amassed the Most Grammy Noms for Record of the Year

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Barbra Streisand, 5
 
Streisand was nominated for “Happy Days Are Here Again” (1963), “People” (1964), “Evergreen (Love Theme from ‘A Star Is Born’)” (1977), “You Don’t Bring Me Flowers” (a collabo with Neil Diamond, 1979) and “Woman in Love” (1980). “People” was from Streisand’s Broadway musical, Funny Girl. “Evergreen” was from her hit movie, A Star Is Born. Streisand is the only woman to have back-to-back noms in this category twice. (Photo: Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File)

By landing her fifth Grammy nomination for Record of the Year, Beyoncé has tied Barbra Streisand as the female artist with the most noms in this marquee category. Here are the 10 women who have had three or more Record of the Year noms since the Grammys began in 1958. As Queen Bey might say, ladies get in “Formation.”

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Beyoncé, 5
 
Beyoncé was nominated for “Say My Name” (as a member of Destiny’s Child, 2000), “Crazy in Love” (featuring Jay Z, 2003), “Irreplaceable” (2007), “Halo” (2009) and “Formation” (2015). (Photo: Larry Busacca/PW/WireImage for Parkwood Entertainment)

By landing her fifth Grammy nomination for Record of the Year, Beyoncé has tied Barbra Streisand as the female artist with the most noms in this marquee category. Here are the 10 women who have had three or more Record of the Year noms since the Grammys began in 1958. As Queen Bey might say, ladies get in “Formation.”

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Taylor Swift, 4
 
The country-turned-pop megastar was nominated for “You Belong with Me” (2009), “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” (2012), “Shake It Off” (2014) and “Blank Space” (2015). Note the back-to-back noms. (Photo: Darron Cummings/AP)


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Mariah Carey, 3
 
Carey was nominated for her debut hit, “Vision of Love” (1990), “One Sweet Day” (a megahit collabo with Boyz II Men, 1995) and her comeback hit, “We Belong Together” (2005). (Photo: Erika Goldring/Getty Images)


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Céline Dion, 3
 
The belter was nominated for “Beauty and the Beast” (a collabo with Peabo Bryson, 1992), “Because You Loved Me” (1996) and “My Heart Will Go On (Love Theme from ‘Titanic’)” (1998). “My Heart Will Go On” won. All three songs are from movies. (Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images)


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Bette Midler, 3
 
Midler was nominated for “The Rose” (1980), “Wind Beneath My Wings” (1989) and “From a Distance” (1990). The first two singles are from movies in which Midler starred. “Wind Beneath My Wings” won. Note the back-to-back noms. (Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

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Roberta Flack, 3
 
Flack was nominated for “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face” (1972), “Killing Me Softly with His Song” (1973) and “Feel Like Makin’ Love” (1974). The first two singles won. Flack is the only woman in Grammy history to be nominated in this category three years in a row. (Photo: Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic, Inc)


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Adele, 3
 
Adele was nominated for “Chasing Pavements” (2008), “Rolling in the Deep” (2011) and “Hello” (2015). “Rolling in the Deep” won. (Photo: Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images)


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Rihanna, 3
 
Rihanna was nominated for “Umbrella” (featuring Jay Z, 2007), Eminem’s “Love the Way You Lie” (on which she was featured, 2010) and “Work” (featuring Drake, 2015). (Photo: Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)


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Fergie (as a member of Black Eyed Peas), 3
 
Fergie and her cohorts were nominated for “Where Is the Love?” (featuring Justin Timberlake, 2003), “Let’s Get It Started” (2004) and “I Gotta Feeling” (2009). Note the back-to-back noms. (Photo: David Wolff – Patrick/Getty Images)

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