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Birth Name : Madonna Louise Veronica Ciccone
Birth Date: August 16, 1958
Birth Place: Bay City, Michigan, USA
Height: 5' 4''
Profession: Actress, Singer, Producer, Composer
Popularly Known as: The queen of Music

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Born on August 16, 1958, in Bay City, Michigan, USA, Madonna becomes an icon for female pop singers. Madonna is also one of the most commercially successful artists in the history of pop music. No other female singer in the pop arena has been as prominent or as successful over such a long period. However, one of Madonna's greatest achievements is how she manipulated the media and the public with her music.

Madonna Louise Veronica Ciccone moved from Michigan to New York in 1977 with dreams of becoming a ballet dancer. She was studying with noted choreographer Alvin Ailey and taking modeling jobs. Before working with Sire Records, she worked in the Breakfast Club with Dan Gilroy and Emmy with Detroit-born drummer and former boyfriend, Steve Bray. While in the Breakfast Club she played drums for the band, but she soon became the lead singer.

Together, Madonna and Bray created club tracks and these tracks worked its way to Mark Kamins, a New York-based DJ/producer. Kamins directed the tape to Sire Records, who signed the singer during 1982. Madonna's first single, "Everybody," who became a club and dance hit. Since then she had given many hits.

Madonna tried her hand in acting also; she appeared in many movies like Dick Tracey, Evita, The Next Best Thing and many more. Now she becomes an International Icon.


Madonna Louise Veronica Ciccone was born on August 16, 1958, in Bay City, Michigan, USA. Madonna was the third of eight children into a large Italian family. Her father, Sylvio Ciccone, was a design engineer for General Motors, and her mother was Madonna Ciccone. When Madonna was six years old, she lost her mother.

Madonna attended the University of Michigan on a dance scholarship for two years before heading to New York City to become a ballet dancer. In 1977, she went to New York, studying with noted choreographer Alvin Ailey and taking modeling jobs. Two years later, Madonna moved to France to join a show featuring disco singer Patrick Hernandez. There she met Dan Gilroy and, back in New York, the pair formed club band the Breakfast Club. Madonna played drums for that band, but she soon becomes a lead singer. In 1980, she left the band and formed Emmy with Detroit-born drummer and former boyfriend, Steve Bray.

Together, Madonna and Bray created club tracks and these tracks worked its way to Mark Kamins, a New York-based DJ/producer. Kamins directed the tape to Sire Records, who signed the singer during 1982. Madonna's first single, "Everybody," who became a club and dance hit. Since then she had given many hits. Madonna broke out from the disco scene into mainstream pop with "Holiday", written and produced by Jellybean which was her third club hit.

In 1983, "Madonna" her debut album is released. In 1984, Madonna's second album, the Niles Rodgers-produced "Like a Virgin", was released. The title track hit number one, staying at the top of the charts for six weeks. After that "Material Girl" became a number two hit in March, Madonna began her first tour, supported by the Beastie Boys. "Crazy for You" became her second number one single. "Desperately Seeking Susan" was also released in the same year, becoming a box-office hit. In August, she married actor Sean Penn; the couple had a rocky marriage that ended in 1989.

In 1989, "Like a Prayer" released, it was her most ambitious and far-reaching album, incorporating elements of pop, rock, and dance. It was another number one hit and launched the number-one title track, and "Express Yourself," "Cherish," and "Keep It Together," three more Top Ten hits.

In April 1990, she began her massive Blonde Ambition tour, which ran throughout the entire year. "Vogue" became a number one hit in May, setting the stage for her co-starring role in Warren Beatty's Dick Tracy, it was her most successful film appearance since Desperately Seeking Susan. Madonna released a greatest-hits album, "The Immaculate Collection", at the end of the year. It featured two new songs, including the number one single "Justify My Love," and the second one, "Rescue Me," became the highest-debuting single by a female artist in U.S. chart history, entering the charts at number 15.

During spring 1991, Truth or Dare, a documentary of the Blonde Ambition tour, was released to positive reviews and strong ticket sales.

1992: Madonna returned to the charts in the summer of 1992 with the number one "This Used to Be My Playground," a single featured in the film "A League of Their Own", which featured the singer in a small part. In 1995, Madonna began one of her most subtle image makeovers as she lobbied for the title role in the film adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Evita. As the filming completed, Madonna announced she was pregnant and her daughter, Lourdes, was born late in 1996, just as Evita was scheduled for release.

The movie was greeted with generally positive reviews and Madonna began a campaign for an Oscar nomination that resulted in her winning the Golden Globe for Best Actress (Musical or Comedy), but not the coveted Academy Award nomination.

In 1997, she worked with producer William Orbit on her first album of new material since 1994's Bedtime Stories. The resulting record, Ray of Light, was heavily influenced by electronica, techno, and trip-hop, thereby updating her classic dance-pop sound for the late '90s. Ray of Light received uniformly excellent reviews upon its March 1998 release and debuted at number two on the charts.

Two years later she returned with Music, which reunited her with Orbit and also featured production work from Mark "Spike" Stent and Mirwais, a French electro-pop producer/musician in the vein of Daft Punk and Air.

The year 2000 also saw the birth of Madonna's second child, Rocco, who she had with filmmaker Guy Richie. On 22 December, she married the UK film director Guy Ritchie in Scotland and managed once again to grab most of the newspaper headlines. In 2002 starred in the director's ill-fated remake of "Swept Away". The same year Madonna performed the theme song to the new James Bond movie, "Die Another Day".


Madonna - Filmography
Madonna's filmography as Actor

Year Movie Name
2006 Arthur Actor
2005 Madonna - Music Video Box Documentary
2005 Hello Sucker!
2004 Live Aid - 4 Disc Set
2004 Madonna - Sex Bomb Unauthorized
2002 Die Another Day
2002 Swept Away
2001 Madonna - The Drowned World Tour
2001 Madonna - What It Feels Like for a Girl
2001 Celebrities: Caught On Camera
2001 Star
2000 Madonna: Music
2000 The Next Best Thing
1999 Madonna: The Video Collection: '93-'99 Madonna
1999 Tony Bennett: Live By Request
1998 Rosie O'Donnell's Kids Are Punny
1998 Madonna: Ray of Light
1996 Metallica - Metalimania
1996 Evita
1996 Girl 6
1995 Blue In The Face
1995 Four Rooms
1994 Madonna: The Girlie Show - Live Down Under
1993 Saturday Night Live: Harvey Keitel
1993 Dangerous Game
1993 Body of Evidence
1992 A League of Their Own
1992 Shadows and Fog
1991 In Bed With Madonna Madonna
1991 Madonna: Truth Or Dare
1991 Interview Sessions: Madonna
1990 Madonna: The Real Story
1990 Madonna: Blonde Ambition
1990 Madonna: The Immaculate Collection
1990 Madonna: Justify My Love
1990 Bloodhounds of Broadway
1990 Dick Tracy
1990 Dick Tracy: Behind the Badge, Behind the Scenes (TV)
1989 Bloodhounds of Broadway
1988 Stars of the Century
1988 Madonna: Ciao Italia - Live from Italy
1987 Madonna: Who's That Girl? (Live)
1987 Who's That Girl
1986 Madonna: The Virgin Tour (Live) Madonna
1986 Women in Rock
1986 Shanghai Surprise
1985 A Certain Sacrifice
1985 Desperately Seeking Susan
1985 Vision Quest
1984 Madonna: Like a Virgin
1984 Madonna: Madonna
1980 A Certain Sacrifice


Madonna - Discography

2000: Music
1998: Ray of Light
1995: Early Years
1995: Something To Remember
1994: Bedtime Stories
1992: Erotica
1989: Like a Prayer
1987: You Can Dance
1986: True Blue
1984: Like A Virgin
1983: Madonna


Madonna - Quotes

"On singer Prince: He reeks of lavender. It turned me on, actually."

"I miss New York. I still love how people talk to you on the street - just assault you and tell you what they think of your jacket."

"I like to show off when I'm onstage, but I don't like to show on, like, 'Come in and check it out. Look how rich I am.' That's not my style."

"I would like to see the Pope wearing my T-shirt."

"I always thought I should be treated like a star."

"[My daughter Lourdes and I] listen to Britney Spears songs together."

"I sometimes think I was born to live up to my name. How could I be anything else but what I am having been named Madonna? I would either have ended up a nun or this."

"I am rich and famous. I have a talented and gorgeous husband and two beautiful children. I could go on."

"I wanted to be a nun. I saw nuns as superstars.... When I was growing up I went to a Catholic school, and the nuns, to me, were these superhuman, beautiful, fantastic people."

"If I weren't as talented as I am ambitious, I would be a gross monstrosity."

"I'm tough, I'm ambitious, and I know exactly what I want. If that makes me a bitch, okay."

"I pray when I'm in trouble or when I'm happy. When I feel any sort of extreme. I pray when I feel so great that I'll think I need to check with myself and recognize how good life is. But when it seems there's so much bullshit around, it's important to remind myself of the things I have to be grateful for."

"We all play. I play, my husband, the nanny... My son uses all his adrenaline and then passes out. That's a good night."

"I look at him and he doesn't look anything like me and I think, Am I the mother? [on son Rocco]"

"I've been popular and unpopular, successful and unsuccessful, loved and loathed, and I know how meaningless it all is. Therefore, I feel free to take whatever risks I want."

"Until you reach a certain age, they don't print your age. Then suddenly when you're 40, they print your age. It's really weird. It's like, 'She's only got a few more minutes."

"Sometimes I wake up, and I have forgotten how incredibly rich I am."

"I had to clean toilet bowls. There's nothing more degrading than being someone's housekeeper."

Poor is the man whose pleasures depend on the permission of another.

That consciousness is everything and that all things begin with a thought. That we are responsible for our own fate, we reap what we sow, we get what we give, we pull in what we put out. I know these things for sure.

To be brave is to love someone unconditionally, without expecting anything in return. To just give. That takes courage, because we don't want to fall on our faces or leave ourselves open to hurt.

"I am my own experiment. I am my own work of art."

"When I get down on my knees, it is not to pray"

"Never forget to dream"

"I wouldn't have turned out the way I was if I didn't have all those old-fashioned values to rebel against."

"A lot of people are afraid to say what they want. That's why they don't get what they want. (From her book "Sex")"

"I always thought I should be treated like a star."

"Children always understand. They have open minds. They have built-in shit detectors."

"I won't be happy till I'm as famous as God."

"I stand for freedom of expression, doing what you believe in, and going after your dreams."

"To me, the whole process of being a brush stroke in someone else's painting is a little difficult"

"Straight men need to be emasculated. I'm sorry. They all need to be slapped around. Women have been kept down for too long. Every straight guy should have a man's tongue in his mouth at least once."

"I am a survivor. I am like a cockroach, you just can't get rid of me."

"I'd like to be more involved in making the world a better place."

"It is difficult to believe in a religion that places such a high premium on chastity and virginity"

"I think that everyone should get married at least once, so you can see what a silly, outdated institution it is."

"I feel just as hungry today as I did the day I left home."

"I'm anal retentive. I'm a workaholic. I have insomnia. And I'm a control freak. That's why I'm not married. Who could stand me?"

"I would like to see the Pope wearing my T-shirt."

"I'm not interested in being Wonder Woman in the delivery room. Give me drugs."


Madonna - Awards & Achievements

2005
MVPA Awards
Nominated for Best Choreography In A Video ("Me Against The Music")

2004
UK Music Hall Of Fame
Founding Member
Q Music Awards
Nomination For Best Live Act (Lost To Muse)
People's Choice Awards
Nomination For Favorite Combined Forces
(With Britney Spears "Me Against The Music")
NRJ Music Awards
Lifetime Achievement Award
MTV Russian Music Awards
Nomination For Best International Artist
Grammy Awards
Nomination For Best Dance Recording "Die Another Day"
Nomination For Best Video "Die Another Day"
Dancestar Awards
Best Chart Act
Billboard Backstage Pass Awards
Top Tour "Re-Invention Tour"
Billboard Awards
Best Selling Dance Single "Me Against The Music" (with Britney Spears)

2003
Theatregoers' Choice Theatre Awards
Theatre Event "Up For Grabs"
MVPA Awards
Soundtrack Video of the Year ("Die Another Day")
MTV Video Music Awards
Nomination For Best Video From A Film "Die Another Day"
(Lost To Eminem : "Loose Yourself")
MTV Europe Music Awards
Nomination For Best Female
Nomination For Web Award
Golden Raspberry Awards
Worst Actress "Swept Away"
Worst Supporting Actress ("Die Another Day")
Worst Screen Couple "Swept Away", with Adriano Giannini
Nomination For Worst Original Song "Die Another Day"
Golden Globe Awards
Nomination For Best Original Song "Die Another Day"
American Music Awards
Michael Jackson Award

2002
International Dance Music Awards
Best Solo Dance Artist
Grammy Awards
Nomination For Best Video "Don't Tell Me"
DVD Awards
Best Music DVD "Drowned World Tour Live"
ASCAP Awards
Best Song "Don't Tell Me"
AOL Viewers Choice Awards
Best TV Concert Of The Year "Drowned World Tour Live"

2001
NRJ Music Awards
Best International Album "Music"
Best International Female
MVPA Awards
Best Direction Of A Female Artist "Don't Tell Me"
International Dance Music Awards
Best Dance Solo Artist
Best Pop Dance 12" Record "Music"
Best Dance Video "Music"
Golden Raspberry Awards
Worst Actress "The Next Best Thing"
Nomination For Worst Screen Couple "The Next Best Thing", with Rupert Everett
Grammy Awards
Best Video Of The Year "Music"
Best Recording Package "Music"
Edison Awards
Best International Female Artist
Danish Music Awards
Best International Album "Music"
Best International Hit "Music"
Capital FM Awards
Favorite International Solo Artist
Billboard Awards
Best Video Clip Of The Year "Music"
Brit Awards
Best International Female

2000
Rolling Stone Readers Picks
Best Albums (#1 "Music")
Best Singles (#1 "Music")
Rolling Stone Critics Picks
Best Albums (#3 "Music")
Best Singles (#1 "Music")
Premios Amigos Awards
Best International Female Singer
MVPA Awards
Panavision Award for Best Cinematography "Beautiful Stranger"
MTV Video Music Awards
Nomination For The Best Video Of The Year "Don't Tell Me"
MTV Europe Music Awards
Best Female Artist
Best Dance
Kids' Choice Awards
Nomination for Favorite Song From A Movie ("Beautiful Stranger")
Grammy Awards
Best Song from a Motion Picture "Beautiful Stranger"
Golden Globe Awards
Nomination For Best Original Song ("Beautiful Stranger")
Golden Raspberry Awards
Worst Actress of the Century
ASCAP Awards
Most Performed Song From Motion Pictures "Beautiful Stranger"

1999
Rolling Stone Critics Picks
Best Singles (#2 "Beautiful Stranger")
MVPA Awards
Pop Video Of The Year "Ray Of Light"
Best Special Effects in a Music Video "Frozen"
Music Week CAD Awards
Best Special Effects in a Video "Frozen"
Best Editing in a Video "Frozen"
Best Dance Video "Frozen"
MTV Video Music Awards
Best video From A Film "Beautiful Stranger"
Nomination For Best Female Video "Beautiful Stranger"
(Lost To Lauryn Hill : Doo Wop (That Thing))
Nomination For Best Cinematography In A Video "Beautiful Stranger"
(Lost To Marilyn Manson : The Dope Show)
Nomination For Best Special Effects In A Video "Nothing Really Matters"
(Lost To : Garbage : Special)
MTV Europe Music Awards
Nomination For The Best Female Artist
Nomination For The Best Song "Beautiful Stranger"
Grammy Awards
Best Pop Album ("Ray Of Light")
Best Video ("Ray Of Light")
Best Dance Single ("Ray Of Light")
Best Recording Package ("Ray Of Light")
Brit awards
Nomination For Best International Female Artist

1998
Viva Comet Awards
Best International Artist
Rolling Stone Readers Picks
Best Singles (#2 "Ray Of Light")
Rolling Stone Critics Picks
Best Singles (#3 "Ray Of Light")
Much Music Awards
Best International Video ("Ray Of Light")
VH-1 Fashion Awards
The Versace Award
Most Fashinable Artist
Most Stylish Music
MTV Video Music Awards
Best Video Of The Year ("Ray Of Light")
Best Female Video ("Ray Of Light")
Best Direction In A Video ("Ray Of Light")
Best Editing In A Video ("Ray Of Light")
Best Choreography In A Video ("Ray Of Light")
Best Special Effects In A Video ("Frozen")
Nomination For Best Dance Video ("Ray Of Light")
(Lost To The Prodigy : Smack My Bitch Up)
Nomination For Breakthrough Video ("Ray Of Light")
(Lost To The Prodigy : Smack My Bitch Up)
Nomination For Best Cinematography In A Video ("Ray Of Light")
(Lost To Fiona Apple : Criminal)
MTV Europe Music Awards
Best Female
Best Album ("Ray Of Light")
Nomination For Best Dance
Blockbuster Entertainment Award
Nomination For Favorite Actress ("Evita")

1997
MTV Movie Awards
Nomination For Best Movie Song ("Don't Cry For Me Argentina")
Nomination For Best Female Performance ("Evita")
MTV Europe Music Awards
Nomination For Best Female
Golden Globe Awards
Best Original Song ("You Must Love Me")
Best Performance By An Actress - Comedy/Musical ("Evita")
Best Movie ("Evita")
Brit awards
Nomination For Best Soundtrack ("Evita")
American Moviegoer's Awards
Best Actress ("Evita")
Best Direction ("Evita")
Academy Awards
Best Original Song ("You Must Love Me")

1996
MTV Video Music Awards
Nomination For Best Cinematography In A Video ("You'll See")
(Lost To Smashing Pumpking : Tonight, Tonight)
MTV Latin Music Awards
Best Female Artist ("Veras")
Best Video ("Veras")
MTV Europe Music Awards
Nomination For "Amour" Award ("I Want You")
Golden Raspberry Awards
Worst Supporting Actress ("Four Rooms")
Echo Awards
Best International Female Artist
ASCAP Awards
Best Song ("You'll See")

1995
VH-1 Fashion Awards
Most Fashionable Artist
MTV Video Music Awards
Best Female Video ("Take A Bow")
Nomination For Best Dance Video
(Lost To Michael and Janet Jackson : Scream)
Nomination For Best Art Direction In A Video
(Lost To Michael and Janet Jackson : Scream)
Nomination For Best Choreography In A Video
(Lost To Michael and Janet Jackson : Scream)
MTV Movie Awards
Nomination For Best Movie Song ("I'll Remember")
Grammy Awards
Nomination For Best Pop Album ("Bedtime Stories")
Nomination For Best Original Song ("I'll Remember")
Golden Globe Awards
Nomination For Best Original Song ("I'll Remember")
Brit Awards
Nomination For Best International Female Artist

1994
MTV Video Music Awards
Nomination For Best Video for A Film ("I'll Remember")
(Lost To Bruce Springsteen : Streets Of Philadelphia)
Golden Raspberry Awards
Worst Actress ("Body Of Evidence")

1993
MTV Video Music Awards
Best Art Direction In A Video ("Rain")
Best Cinematography In A Video ("Rain")
MTV Movie Awards
Nomination For Most Desirable Female ("Body Of Evidence")
Golden Globe Awards
Nomination For Best Original Song ("This Used To Be My Playground")
ASCAP Awards
Most Performed Songs from Motion Picture ("This Used To Be My Playground")

1992
MTV Video Music Awards
Nomination For Best Female Video (Lost To Annie Lennox : Why)
Nomination For Best Dance Video
(Lost To Prince and The New Power Generation : Cream)
Nomination For Best Choreography In A Video
(Lost To En Vogue : My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It))
Nomination For Best Cinematography In A Video
(Lost To Guns N' Roses : November Rain)
Golden Raspberry Awards
Nomination For Worst Actress ("Truth Or Dare")
American Music Awards
Nomination For Favorite Dance Artist

1991
Saturn Award
Nomination For Best Actress ("Evita")
MTV Video Music Awards
Nomination For Best Female Video
(Lost To Janet Jackson : Love Will Never Do (Without You))
Nomination For Best Choreography In A Video
(Lost To C+C Music Factory : Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now))
Best bLong-Form Video ("The Immaculate Collection")
Juno Awards
Best International Single ("Vogue")
Grammy Awards
Best Long-Form Video "Blond Ambition Tour Live"
American Music Awards
Favorite Dance Single ("Vogue")
Nomination For Favorite Pop/Rock Single ("Vogue")
Nomination For Favorite Female Pop/Rock Artist
Nomination For Favorite Dance Artist
Academy Awards
Best Original Song ("Sooner Or Later")

1990
Rolling Stone Readers Picks
Best Singles (#1 "Vogue")
MTV Video Music Awards
Best Direction In A Video
Best Editing In A Video ("Vogue")
Best Cinematography In A Video ("Vogue")
Nomination For Best Video Of The Year ("Vogue")
(Lost To Sinead O'Connor : Nothing Compares 2 U)
Nomination For Best Female Video ("Vogue")
(Lost To Sinead O'Connor : Nothing Compares 2 U)
Nomination For Best Dance Video ("Vogue")
(Lost To M.C. Hammer : U Can't Touch This)
Nomination For Best Choreography In A Video ("Vogue")
(Lost To Janet Jackson : Rhythm Nation)
Nomination For Best Art Direction In A Video ("Vogue")
(Lost To B-52's : Love Shack)
Nomination For Viewers Choice Award ("Vogue")
(Lost To Aerosmith : Janie's Got A Gun)
Golden Raspberry Awards
Nomination For Worst Supporting Actress ("Bloodhounds Of Broadway")
Nomination For Worst Actress of the Decade
Nomination For Worst New Star of the Decade
American Music Awards
Nomination For Favorite Female Pop/Rock Artist
Nomination For Favorite Dance Single ("Like A Prayer")

1989
Rolling Stone Readers Picks
Best Albums (#4 "Like A Prayer")
MTV Video Music Awards
Best Direction In A Video
Best Art Direction In A Video
Best Editing In A Video
Best Cinematography In A Video
Viewers Choice Award
Nomination For Best Female Video (Lost To Paula Abdul : Straight Up)
Nomination For Best Video Of The Year
(Lost To Neil Young : This Note's For You)
International Music Awards
Best International Female ("Like A Prayer")

1988
Tony Awards
Nomination For Play of the Year ("Speed The Plow")
American Music Awards
Nomination For Favorite Female Pop/Rock Artist
ASCAP Awards
Most Performed Songs from Motion Picture ("Who's That Girl")

1987
Rolling Stone Critics Poll
Nomination For Best Single ("Papa Don't Preach")
(Lost To Prince And The Revolution - Kiss)
MuchMusic Awards
Best Female Artist
Best Female Video ("La Isla Bonita")
MTV Video Music Awards
Best Female Video ("Open Your Heart")
Nomination For Best Choreography In A Video ("Papa Don't Preach")
(Lost To Janet Jackson : Nasty)
Nomination For Best Art Direction In A Video ("Papa Don't Preach")
(Lost To Peter Gabriel : Sledgehammer)
Nomination For Best Editing In A Video ("Papa Don't Preach")
(Lost To Peter Gabriel : Sledgehammer)
Nomination For Best Overall Performance In A Video ("Open Your Heart")
(Lost To Peter Gabriel : Sledgehammer)
Nomination For Best Cinematography In A Video ("Open Your Heart")
(Lost To Robbie Nevil : C'est La Vie)
Grammy Awards
Nomination For Best Song Written For A Movie ("Who's That Girl")
Golden Raspberry Awards
Worst Actress ("Who's That Girl")
Golden Globe Awards
Nomination For Best Original Song ("Who's That Girl")
ASCAP Awards
Most Performed Songs from Motion Picture ("Live To Tell")
American Music Awards
Favorite Female Pop/Rock Artist
Nomination For Favorite Pop/Rock Maxi Single "Live To Tell"

1986
People's Choice Awards
Favorite Female Musical Performer
MTV Video Music Awards
Video Vanguard Award
Nomination For The Best Choreography In A Video ("Dress You Up")
(Lost To Prince : Raspberry Beret)
Nomination For Best Editing In A Video ("Dress You Up")
(Lost To A-Ha : The Sun Always Shines On TV)
Nomination For Best Cinematography In A Video ("Dress You Up")
(Lost To A-Ha : The Sun Always Shines On TV)
Juno Awards
Best International Album ("True Blue")
Golden Raspberry Awards
Worst Actress ("Shanghai Surprise")
American Music Awards
Nomination For Favorite Female Pop/Rock Artist
Nomination For Favorite Pop/Rock Album ("True Blue")

1985
MTV Video Music Awards
Nomination For Best Female Video ("Material Girl")
(Lost To Tina Turner : What's Love Got To Do With It)
Nomination For Best Choreography In A Video ("Material Girl")
(Lost To Elton John : Sad Song)
Nomination For Best Art Direction In A Video ("Like A Virgin")
(Lost To Don Henley : The Boys Of Summer)
Nomination For Best Cinematography In A Video ("Like A Virgin")
(Lost To Don Henley : The Boys Of Summer)
Grammy Awards
Nomination For Outstanding Pop Vocal Performance ("Crazy For You")
American Music Awards
Favorite Female Pop/Rock Artist

1984
MTV Video Music Awards
Nomination For Best New Artist In A Video
(Lost To Eurytmicks : Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This))

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