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2021 iHeartRadio Music Awards

Song of the Year Female Artist of the YearMale Artist of the Year Best Duo/Group of the Year Album of the Year (per genre)Best Collaboration Best New Pop Artist Alternative Rock Song of the Year Alternative Rock Artist of the Year Best New Rock/Alternative Artist Rock Song of the Year Rock Artist of the Year Country Song of the Year Country Artist of the Year Best New Country Artist Dance Song of the Year Dance Artist of the Year Hip-Hop Song of the Year Hip-Hop Artist of the Year Best New Hip-Hop Artist R&B Song of the Year R&B Artist of the Year Best New R&B Artist Latin Pop/Reggaeton Song of the Year Latin Pop/Reggaeton Artist of the Year Best New Latin Artist Regional Mexican Song of the Year Regional Mexican Artist of the Year
  • "Se Me Olvidó" – Christian Nodal
    • "Palabra De Hombre" – El Fantasma
    • "Solo Tú" – Calibre 50
    • "Te Volvería A Elegir" – Calibre 50
    • "Yo Ya No Vuelvo Contigo" – Lenin Ramírez featuring Grupo Firme
Producer of the Year Songwriter of the Year Best Lyrics
(socially voted)Best Cover Song
(socially voted)Best Fan Army
(socially voted)Best Music Video
(socially voted)Social Star Award
(socially voted)Favorite Music Video Choreography
(socially voted)TikTok Bop of the Year
(socially voted)Label of the Year Titanium Artist of the Year Titanium Song of the Year Icon Award
Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2021_iHeartRadio_Music_Awards

iHeartRadio Music Awards

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Awarded forPerformance in music platforms and radio airplay, recognizing artists and listeners[1]
CountryUnited States
First awardedMay 1, 2014; 7 years ago (2014-05-01)
Websitenews.iheart.com/awards
NetworkNBC (2014–2015)
TBS, TNT and TruTV (2016–2018)
Fox (2019, 2021–present)
iHeartRadio (2020)

The iHeartRadio Music Awards is a music awards show that celebrates music heard throughout the year across iHeartMedia radio stations nationwide and on iHeartRadio, iHeartMedia's digital music platform.[2] Founded by iHeartRadio in 2014, the event recognizes the most popular artists and music over the past year. Winners are chosen per cumulative performance data, while the public is able to vote in several categories.[3]

The inaugural event was held on May 1, 2014, at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. Its first two years were broadcast live on NBC; from 2016 to 2018, it was simulcast on TBS, TNT and TruTV.[4][5][6] The sixth annual iHeartRadio Music Awards were held on March 14, 2019, at Los Angeles' Microsoft Theater and was the first to air on Fox. The trophy is manufactured by the New York firm Society Awards.

Due to the ongoing international coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 ceremony was cancelled. Winners were revealed on September 4–7, 2020.[7]

Overview[edit]

The nominations are based on results from the iHeartRadio Chart. It includes listener feedback and performance data, according to airplay; digital streaming data from the iHeartRadio platform, including sales, social, online video data and tags from BigChampagne and Shazam. The iHeartRadio Countdown, the two-hour weekly program, highlights the top 20 contemporary hit radio songs in the iHeartRadio Chart. The latter is supplied and compiled by Mediabase.[8] In addition, every public-voting category (nine in 2018),[9] includes social hashtags as the primary voting mechanism.[10]

List of ceremonies[edit]

Award categories[edit]

The categories cover an array of genres, including pop, alternative rock, hip-hop, R&B, Latin and regional Mexican music.[19][20] Public-voting categories through social media are indicated with a double dagger (double-dagger).

Current award categories[edit]

Past award categories[edit]

Special awards[edit]

iHeartRadio Innovator Award[edit]

The honor is presented to artists for their contribution to popular culture.[21]

iHeartRadio Icon Award[edit]

Artist of the Decade[edit]

Fangirls Award[edit]

Young Influencer[edit]

Multiple wins and nominations[edit]

Most wins (as of 2021)

Most nominations (as of 2021)

Performances[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^Originally scheduled for March 29, but it was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic until the ceremony itself would be later cancelled on August 24.
  2. ^Originally to be held at Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, but due to a number of large gatherings banned being caused by the pandemic.

References[edit]

  1. ^"2017 iHeartRadio Music Awards: Complete List of Nominations". E! Online. January 3, 2017.
  2. ^"Tune In To The iHeartRadio Music Awards On Sunday, April 3, Live On MGM Channel, TBS, TNT, And truTV". iHeartMedia. March 30, 2016. Archived from the original on April 2, 2016. Retrieved March 30, 2016.
  3. ^"iHeartRadio Music Awards: 5 things you need to know. USA Today". USA Today. May 2, 2014. Retrieved May 2, 2014.
  4. ^Kissell, Rick (June 8, 2015). "Turner Cable Networks to Air 2016 iHeartRadio Music Awards". Variety. Retrieved August 8, 2017.
  5. ^"TBS - Turner Broadcasting Systems Inc. (via Public) / iHeartRadio Music Awards to air this Sunday, March 5, live on Turner's TBS, TNT and truTV". www.publicnow.com. Archived from the original on June 17, 2018. Retrieved August 8, 2017.
  6. ^"Drake Leads iHeartRadio Music Awards Nominations". Access Hollywood. Retrieved August 8, 2017.
  7. ^Casado, Joey Hadden, Laura. "Here are the latest major events that have been canceled or postponed because of the coronavirus outbreak, including the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, the Cannes Film Festival, and the 74th Annual Tony Awards". Business Insider. Retrieved April 2, 2020.
  8. ^"NBC to Televise Clear Channel's First Ever iHeartRadio Music Awards Live May 1". iheartmedia.com. Archived from the original on April 4, 2016. Retrieved September 12, 2015.
  9. ^Aniftos, Rania (January 10, 2018). "Rihanna, Ed Sheeran & Bruno Mars Lead iHeartRadio Music Awards 2018 Nominees". Billboard. Retrieved January 10, 2018.
  10. ^"Frequently Asked Questions". iheartmedia.com. Archived from the original on March 5, 2016. Retrieved October 13, 2015.
  11. ^Edwards, Gavin. "IHeartRadio Music Awards 2014's 10 Best and Worst Moments". Rolling Stone. Retrieved May 2, 2014.
  12. ^"iHeartRadio Music Awards Return March 29th on NBC!". News.iheart.com. iHeartMedia. Archived from the original on February 4, 2015. Retrieved March 29, 2015.
  13. ^Stutz, Colin (March 17, 2016). "Jason Derulo to Host iHeartRadio Music Awards". Billboard. Retrieved March 17, 2016.
  14. ^"iHeartRadio Music Awards Returning in March". Billboard. August 16, 2016. Retrieved August 20, 2016.
  15. ^"2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards To Return on March 11". iHeartradio. June 29, 2017. Retrieved January 9, 2017.
  16. ^"iHeartRadio-Music-Awards" iHeartMedia to Reveal Winners of the 2020 "iHeartRadio Music Awards".
  17. ^"Usher to Host and Perform During the 2021 "iHeartRadio Music Awards" on Thursday, May 27 Live on FOX" (Press release). Fox. May 11, 2021 – via The Futon Critic.
  18. ^"iHeartMedia and FOX Announce Nominees for the 2021 "iHeartRadio Music Awards"" (Press release). NBC. April 7, 2021 – via The Futon Critic.
  19. ^"Drake leads 2017 iHeartRadio Music Awards nominations". Los Angeles Times. January 4, 2017. Retrieved January 4, 2017.
  20. ^Blistein, Jon (February 9, 2016). "Taylor Swift, the Weeknd Lead iHeartRadio Music Awards Noms". Rolling Stone. Retrieved February 9, 2016.
  21. ^ ab"U2 to Receive 2016 iHeartRadio Innovator Award at the iHeartRadio Music Awards". People. March 26, 2016. Retrieved March 26, 2016.
  22. ^ ab"Rihanna Wins Big At iHeartRadio Awards: See The Winners List". MTV. May 1, 2014. Retrieved May 1, 2014.
  23. ^"Justin Timberlake To Be Honored With Innovator Award At 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards". iHeartRadio. March 16, 2015. Archived from the original on March 18, 2015. Retrieved March 17, 2015.
  24. ^"Bruno Mars Will Receive 2017 iHeartRadio Innovator Award At iHeartRadio Music Awards". iHeartRadio.
  25. ^ abcMaher, Natalie (February 21, 2018). "Chance the Rapper, Camila Cabello & Jon Bon Jovi to Receive Special Honors at 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards". Billboard. Retrieved February 22, 2018.
  26. ^ abcAniftos, Rania (February 21, 2019). "Halsey, Garth Brooks & Alicia Keys to Be Honored at 2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards". Billboard. Retrieved February 23, 2019.

External links[edit]

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Here Are All the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Awards Winners

Song of the Year:
WINNER: “Blinding Lights” - The Weeknd

“Circles” - Post Malone
“Don't Start Now” - Dua Lipa
“Rockstar” - DaBaby featuring Roddy Ricch
“Watermelon Sugar” - Harry Styles

Female Artist of the Year:
Ariana Grande
Billie Eilish
WINNER: Dua Lipa
Megan Thee Stallion
Taylor Swift

Male Artist of the Year:
Harry Styles
Justin Bieber
Post Malone
Roddy Ricch
WINNER: The Weeknd

Best Duo/Group of the Year:
BTS
WINNER: Dan + Shay
Jonas Brothers
Maroon 5
twenty one pilots

Best Collaboration:
“Go Crazy” - Chris Brown & Young Thug
“Holy” - Justin Bieber featuring Chance the Rapper
“I Hope” - Gabby Barrett featuring Charlie Puth
“Mood” - 24kGoldn featuring iann dior
WINNER: “Savage” (Remix) - Megan Thee Stallion featuring Beyoncé

Best New Pop Artist:
24kGoldn
blackbear
WINNER: Doja Cat
JP Saxe
Pop Smoke

Alternative Rock Song of the Year:
“Bang!” - AJR
“Bloody Valentine” - Machine Gun Kelly
“everything i wanted” - Billie Eilish
WINNER: “Level of Concern” - twenty one pilots
“Monsters” - All Time Low featuring blackbear

Alternative Rock Artist of the Year:
AJR
All Time Low
Billie Eilish
Cage the Elephant
WINNER: twenty one pilots

Best New Rock/Alternative Rock Artist:
Ashe
Dayglow
WINNER: Powfu
Royal & The Serpent
Wallows

Rock Song of the Year:
“Death By Rock And Roll” - The Pretty Reckless
“Patience” - Chris Cornell
WINNER: “Shame Shame” - Foo Fighters
“Shot In The Dark” - AC/DC
“Under The Graveyard” - Ozzy Osbourne

Rock Artist of the Year:
AC/DC
Five Finger Death Punch
Ozzy Osbourne
Shinedown
WINNER: The Pretty Reckless

Country Song of the Year:
“Even Though I'm Leaving” - Luke Combs
“I Hope” - Gabby Barrett
“Nobody But You” - Blake Shelton with Gwen Stefani
“One Margarita” - Luke Bryan
WINNER: “The Bones” - Maren Morris

Country Artist of the Year:
Blake Shelton
WINNER: Luke Bryan
Luke Combs
Maren Morris
Thomas Rhett

Best New Country Artist:
Ashley McBryde
WINNER: Gabby Barrett
HARDY
Ingrid Andress
Jameson Rodgers

Dance Song of the Year:
“Head & Heart” - Joel Corry x MNEK
“ily (i love you baby)” - Surf Mesa featuring Emilee
“Lasting Lover” – Sigala & James Arthur
“Rain On Me” - Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande
WINNER: “Roses” (Imanbek Remix) - SAINt JHN

Dance Artist of the Year:
Anabel Englund
Diplo
WINNER: Marshmello
Surf Mesa
Tiësto

Hip-Hop Song of the Year:
“High Fashion” - Roddy Ricch featuring Mustard
“Life Is Good” - Future featuring Drake
“Rockstar” - DaBaby featuring Roddy Ricch
“Savage” (Remix) - Megan Thee Stallion featuring Beyoncé
WINNER: “The Box” - Roddy Ricch

Hip-Hop Artist of the Year:
DaBaby
Lil Baby
Megan Thee Stallion
Pop Smoke
WINNER: Roddy Ricch

Best New Hip-Hop Artist:
Jack Harlow
Moneybagg Yo
Pop Smoke
Rod Wave
WINNER: Roddy Ricch

R&B Song of the Year:
“B.S.” - Jhené Aiko featuring H.E.R.
WINNER: “Go Crazy” - Chris Brown & Young Thug
“Heat” Chris Brown featuring Gunna
“Playing Games” - Summer Walker
“Slide” - H.E.R. featuring YG

R&B Artist of the Year:
Chris Brown
WINNER: H.E.R.
Jhené Aiko
Snoh Aalegra
Summer Walker

Best New R&B Artist:
Chloe x Halle
Lonr.
Mahalia
Skip Marley
WINNER: Snoh Aalegra

Latin Pop/Reggaeton Song of the Year:
“Caramelo” - Ozuna
“Dákiti” - Bad Bunny & Jhay Cortez
“Hawái” (Remix) - Maluma & The Weeknd
“RITMO (Bad Boys For Life)” - Black Eyed Peas & J Balvin
WINNER: “Tusa” - KAROL G & Nicki Minaj

Latin Pop/Reggaeton Artist of the Year:
Bad Bunny
WINNER: J Balvin
KAROL G
Maluma
Ozuna

Best New Latin Artist:
Chesca
Jay Wheeler
Natanael Cano
Neto Bernal
WINNER: Rauw Alejandro

Regional Mexican Song of the Year:
“Palabra De Hombre” - El Fantasma
WINNER: “Se Me Olvidó” - Christian Nodal
“Sólo Tú” - Calibre 50
“Te Volvería A Elegir” - Calibre 50
“Yo Ya No Vuelvo Contigo” - Lenin Ramírez featuring Grupo Firme

Regional Mexican Artist of the Year:
Banda Los Sebastianes
Calibre 50
WINNER: Christian Nodal
Edwin Luna y La Trakalosa de Monterrey
Gerardo Ortíz

Producer of the Year:
Andrew Watt
Dr Luke
Frank Dukes
Louis Bell
WINNER: Max Martin

Songwriter of the Year:
Ali Tamposi
Amy Allen
WINNER: Ashley Gorley
Dan Nigro
Finneas

Best Lyrics: *Socially Voted Category
WINNER: “Adore You” - Harry Styles
“Before You Go” - Lewis Capaldi
“Blinding Lights” - The Weeknd
“cardigan” - Taylor Swift
“Don’t Start Now” - Dua Lipa
“everything i wanted” - Billie Eilish
“I Hope” - Gabby Barrett featuring Charlie Puth
“If The World Was Ending” - JP Saxe featuring Julia Michaels
“Intentions” - Justin Bieber featuring Quavo
“Life Is Good” - Future featuring Drake

Best Cover Song: *Socially Voted Category
“Adore You” (Harry Styles) - Lizzo cover
“Can't Take My Eyes Off You” (Frankie Valli) - Shawn Mendes cover
“Fix You” (Coldplay) - Sam Smith cover
“Heart Of Glass” (Blondie) - Miley Cyrus cover
WINNER: “Juice” (Lizzo) - Harry Styles cover

Best Fan Army: *Socially Voted Category
#Agnation - Agnez Mo
#Arianators - Ariana Grande
#Beliebers - Justin Bieber
#BLINK - BLACKPINK
WINNER: #BTSARMY - BTS
#Harries - Harry Styles
#Limelights - Why Don't We
#Louies - Louis Tomlinson
#MendesArmy - Shawn Mendes
#NCTzens - NCT 127
#Selenators - Selena Gomez
#Swifties - Taylor Swift

Best Music Video: *Socially Voted Category
“Blinding Lights” - The Weeknd
“Don't Start Now” - Dua Lipa
WINNER: “Dynamite” - BTS
“Hawái” - Maluma
“How You Like That” - BLACKPINK
“Life Is Good” - Future featuring Drake
“Rain On Me” - Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande
“WAP” - Cardi B featuring Megan Thee Stallion
“Watermelon Sugar” - Harry Styles
“Yummy” - Justin Bieber

Social Star Award: *Socially Voted Category
Dixie D'Amelio
Jaden Hossler
LILHUDDY
Nessa Barrett
WINNER: Olivia Rodrigo
Tate McRae

Favorite Music Video Choreography: *Socially Voted Category
WINNER: BTS – Son Sung Deuk
“34+35” (Ariana Grande) - Scott & Brian Nicholson
“Do It” (Chloe x Halle) - Kendra Bracy & Ashanti Ledon
“Honey Boo” (CNCO & Natti Natasha) - Kyle Hanagami
“Physical” (Dua Lipa) - Charm La'Donna
“Rain On Me” (Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande) - Richy Jackson
“Say So” (Doja Cat) - Cortland Brown
“WAP” (Cardi B featuring Megan Thee Stallion) - JaQuel Knight
“Bop” (DaBaby) - Coach Cherry & DaniLeigh

TikTok Bop of the Year (New Category): *Socially Voted Category
WINNER: “Blinding Lights” - The Weeknd
“Lottery (Renegade)” - K CAMP
“Savage” - Megan Thee Stallion
“Savage Love” (Laxed-Siren Beat) - Jawsh 685, Jason Derulo
“Say So” - Doja Cat
“WAP” - Cardi B featuring Megan Thee Stallion

Pop Album of the Year
WINNER: Taylor Swift - Folklore

Alternative Rock Album of the Year
WINNER: Machine Gun Kelly - Tickets to My Downfall

Rock Album of the Year
WINNER: AC/DC - Power Up

Country Album of the Year
WINNER: Luke Combs - What You See Ain't Always What You Get

Dance Album of the Year
WINNER: Diplo - Diplo Presents Thomas Wesley, Chapter 1: Snake Oil

Hip-Hop Album of the Year
WINNER: Lil Baby - My Turn

R&B Album of the Year
WINNER: Jhene Aiko - Chilombo

Regional Mexican Album of the Year
WINNER: Christian Nodal - AYAYAY!

Latin Pop/Reggaeton Album of the Year
WINNER: Bad Bunny - YHLQMDLG

Sours: https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/awards/9579320/2021-iheartradio-music-awards-winners-list/

iHeartRadio Podcast Awards: ‘SmartLess’ Leads Nominations (Exclusive)

Jason Bateman, Sean Hayes and Will Arnett’s breakout podcast, SmartLess, is continuing its recent string of successes with a total of four nominations in the 2022 iHeartRadio Podcast Awards.

The podcast, which launched last summer and recently inked a major deal with Amazon and Wondery, received nods for podcast of the year, best ad read and best comedy show, while Hayes was nominated for best host. For the top podcast prize, SmartLess is joined by other hits like Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend; Dave Chappelle, Talib Kweli and Yasiin Bey’s The Midnight Miracle; NPR’s Code Switch and Louder Than a Riot; and The New York Times’ The Daily for podcast of the year. Other nominees in that category include Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey’s Office Ladies, which won the top prize at the 2021 awards, Crime JunkieStuff You Should Know and You’re Wrong About.

The 2022 awards, which will take place in person Jan. 13 at the iHeartRadio Theater in Burbank, also include two new categories: podcast to watch and best international podcast. Ted Lasso star Brett Goldstein, who hosts Films to Be Buried With, received a nomination alongside Maintenance PhaseMurder in Alliance, Revolutions and Rotten Mango.

“We are excited to be back live for year four of the iHeartRadio Podcast Awards to recognize all the amazing content and talent that the podcasting medium has produced this past year,” Conal Byrne, the CEO of iHeartMedia’s digital audio group, said in a statement. “Podcast listening has continued to soar across the U.S., … filling this industry with more diversity and innovation than ever before. We look forward to honoring these major advancements in-person during the 2022 iHeartRadio Podcast Awards this January.”

The full list of nominations for the 2022 iHeartRadio Podcast Awards is below, with nominees listed alphabetically.

Podcast of the Year (Socially Voted Category)
Code Switch (NPR)
Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend (Team Coco/Earwolf)
Crime Junkie (audiochuck)
Louder Than a Riot (NPR)
Office Ladies (Earwolf/Jenna Fischer & Angela Kinsey)
SmartLess (Wondery/Amazon)
Stuff You Should Know (iHeartRadio)
The Daily (The New York Times)
The Midnight Miracle (Luminary, Dave Chappelle, Talib Kweli and Yasiin Bey)
You’re Wrong About (Aubrey Gordon/Michael Hobbes)

Best Comedy Podcast
Comedy Bang Bang: The Podcast (Earwolf/Scott Aukerman)
Las Culturistas (Big Money Players)
My Brother, My Brother, and Me (The McElroys)
SmartLess (Wondery/Amazon)
The Read (Loud Speakers Network)

Best Crime Podcast
Crime Junkie (audiochuck)
Dr. Death (Wondery)
Jensen & Holes: The Murder Squad (Exactly Right)
Scam Goddess (Earwolf/Team Coco/ Laci Mosley)
To Live and Die in LA (Tenderfoot TV/Cadence13

Best Music Podcast
Broken Record (Pushkin Industries)
Louder Than a Riot (NPR)
Questlove Supreme (iHeartRadio)
Song Exploder (Hrishikesh Hirway)
Toxic: The Britney Spears Story (Witness Docs)

Best News Podcast
Pod Save America (Crooked Media)
The Daily (The New York Times)
The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC)
Today, Explained (Vox)
Up First (NPR)

Best Sports Podcast
All The Smoke (The Black Effect)
Pardon My Take (Barstool Sports)
Summer of Gold (Dear Media)
The Bill Simmons Podcast (The Ringer/Bill Simmons)
The Herd with Colin Cowherd (iHeartRadio)

Best Overall Host – Male
Conan O’Brien (Team Coco/Earwolf)
Michael Hobbes (Independent)
Sam Sanders (NPR)
Sean Hayes (Amazon/Wondery)
Wesley Morris (The New York Times)

Best Overall Host – Female
Anna Sale (WNYC)
Kara Swisher (The New York Times)
Laverne Cox (Shondaland Audio)
Nicole Byer (Team Coco)
Sarah Marshall (Michael Hobbes/Sarah Marshall)

Best Business & Finance Podcast
Bloomberg Businessweek (Bloomberg)
Brown Ambition (Westwood One)
Business Wars (Wondery)
Earn Your Leisure (The Black Effect/iHeartRadio)
How I Built This With Guy Raz (NPR)

Best Pop Culture Podcast
Keep It! (Crooked Media)
Pop Culture Happy Hour (NPR)
Still Processing (The New York Times)
The Read (Loud Speakers Network)
You’re Wrong About (Michael Hobbes/Sarah Marshall)

Best Food Podcast
Doughboys (Headgum)
Bon Appétit Food People (Bon Appétit)
Gastropod (Independent)
Home Cooking (Samin Nosrat/Hrishikesh Hirway)
The Splendid Table (American Public Media)

Best Wellness & Fitness Podcast
Body Stuff With Dr. Jenn Gunter (TED Audio Collective)
Maintenance Phase (Aubrey Gorden/Michael Hobbes)
On Purpose With Jay Shetty (Jay Shetty)
POOG With Kate Berlant and Jacqueline Novak (Big Money Players)
Therapy for Black Girls (Joy Harden Bradford/iHeartRadio)

Best History Podcast
Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History (Dan Carlin)
Dark History (Audioboom Studios)
Lore (Aaron Mahnke/Grim & Mild)
Revolutions (Mike Duncan)
Throughline (NPR)

Best Kids & Family Podcast
Brains On! Science Podcast for Kids (American Public Media)
Circle Round (WBUR)
Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls (Rebel Girls)
Story Pirates (Gimlet)
Wow in the World (Wondery Kids)

Best Fiction Podcast
Blackout (QCODE/Endeavor Content)
Bridgewater (iHeartRadio/Grim & Mild)
Edith! (QCODE/Crooked Media)
In Strange Woods: A Musical Podcast (Atypical Artists)
Welcome to Night Vale (Night Vale Presents)

Best Science Podcast
Hidden Brain (Hidden Brain Media)
Invisibilia (NPR)
Ologies With Alie Ward (Alie Ward)
StarTalk Radio (Neil deGrasse Tyson)
Stuff to Blow Your Mind (iHeartRadio)

Best Technology Podcast
Pivot (New York Magazine)
Rabbit Hole (The New York Times)
Reply All (Gimlet)
Science Vs (Gimlet)
There Are No Girls on the Internet (iHeartRadio)

Best Ad Read
Chatty Broads With Bekah and Jess (Independent)
Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend (Team Coco/Earwolf)
Literally! With Rob Lowe (Stitcher/Team Coco)
My Brother, My Brother and Me (The McElroys)
SmartLess (Wondery/Amazon)

Best Political Podcast
FiveThirtyEight Politics (FiveThirtyEight/538/ABC News/Nate Silver)
Gaining Ground: The New Georgia (Tenderfoot TV/Crooked Media)
Pod Save America (Crooked Media)
The NPR Politics Podcast (NPR)
The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC)

Best TV & Film Podcast
Chatty Broads With Bekah and Jess (Independent)
How Did This Get Made? (Earwolf/Paul Scheer/June Diane Raphael/Jason Mantzoukas)
Office Ladies (Earwolf/Jenna Fischer & Angela Kinsey)
Pop Culture Happy Hour (NPR)
The Bechdel Cast (iHeartRadio)

Best Spanish-Language Podcast
Anything for Selena (WBUR/Futuro Studios)
Cuentos Increíbles (Sonoro)
Latinx Therapy (Adriana Alejandre, LMFT)
Leyendas Legendarias (Sonoro/All Things Comedy)
Radio Ambulante (NPR)

Best Advice/Inspirational Podcast
Dare to Lead With Brené Brown (Spotify/Parcast)
Don’t Ask Tig (American Public Media)
Super Soul (Oprah)
Unlocking Us With Brené Brown (Parcast Network)
We Can Do Hard Things With Glennon Doyle (Glennon Doyle/Cadence 13)

Best Beauty & Fashion Podcast
Add to Cart (Lemonada Media)
Forever 35 (Kate Spencer/Doree Shafrir)
Gloss Angeles (Kirbie Johnson/Sara Tan)
Natch Beaut (Jackie Johnson)
The Business of Fashion (Independent)

Best Travel Podcast
Armchair Explorer (Aaron Millar)
JUMP With Traveling Jackie (Independent)
Let’s Go Together (Travel & Leisure)
Women Who Travel (Condé Nast Traveler)
Zero to Travel (Jason Moore)

Best Spirituality & Religion Podcast
Almost 30 (Independent)
May I Elaborate, Daily Wisdom From J.B. Smoove (Team Coco)
On Being With Krista Tippett (On Being Studios)
Tara Brach (Tara Brach)
The One You Feed With Eric Zimmer (Wondery)

The Best Green Podcast
EV News Daily – The E-Mobility Podcast (Independent)
Factually! With Adam Conover (Earwolf)
How to Save a Planet (Gimlet)
Living on Earth (PRX)
Science Rules! With Bill Nye (Stitcher)

Best Branded Podcast
Camp Monsters (REI Co-Op)
Humans Growing Stuff (ScottsMiracle-Gro)
Inside Trader Joes (Trader Joe’s)
Now, What’s Next? (Morgan Stanley)
Your Attention Please (Hulu)

Podcast to Watch
Films to Be Buried With With Brett Goldstein (Independent)
Maintenance Phase (Aubrey Gorden/Michael Hobbes)
Murder in Alliance (Obsessed Network)
Revolutions (Mike Duncan)
Rotten Mango (Stephanie Soo/Audioboom)

Best International Podcast
Así como suena (Así Como Suena)
CreepsMcPasta Creepypasta Radio (Creeps McPasta)
Fuera de Series (Fuera de Series)
Mamamia Out Loud (Mamamia)
Morbidology (Morbidology)

Oct. 14, 11:15 a.m.: Updated to correct the name of May I Elaborate, Daily Wisdom From J.B. Smoove.

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iHeartMedia and FOX Announce Nominees for the 2021 “iHeartRadio Music Awards”

DaBaby featuring Roddy Ricch, Dua Lipa, Harry Styles, Post Malone and The Weeknd Nominated for Song of the Year at the 2021 “iHeartRadio Music Awards,” Airing Live from The Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles,Thursday, May 27, on FOX

NEW YORK, N.Y. – April 7, 2021 – iHeartMedia and FOX announced today the nominees for the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Awards, airing LIVE from The Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, Thursday, May 27 (8:00-10:00 PM ET live / PT tape-delayed) on FOX. The event also will be heard on iHeartMedia radio stations nationwide and on the iHeartRadio app.

Now in its eighth year, the iHeartRadio Music Awards will celebrate the most-played artists and songs on iHeartRadio stations and the iHeartRadio app throughout 2020, while also offering a preview of the upcoming hits of 2021. The show will feature award presentations in multiple categories, live performances from the biggest artists in music, surprise stage moments and will tell the stories of the winning artists’ road to #1. Since the Awards’ inception in 2013, the show has included live performances and appearances by superstar artists, such as Alicia Keys, Bruno Mars, Garth Brooks, Rihanna, Halsey, Justin Bieber, John Legend, Kacey Musgraves, Chris Martin, Bon Jovi, Maroon 5, Camila Cabello, Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Ed Sheeran, Big Sean, Sam Smith, Madonna, Blake Shelton, Pharrell, Pitbull and many others.

“The iHeartRadio Music Awards is a true awards show recognizing the artists and songs fans have listened to and loved all year long,” said John Sykes, President of Entertainment Enterprises for iHeartMedia. “We are excited to be continuing our partnership with FOX on this unforgettable evening of music and stories.”

Artists receiving multiple nominations include 24kGoldn, AC/DC, AJR, All Time Low, Ariana Grande, Bad Bunny, Beyoncé, Billie Eilish, blackbear, BLACKPINK, Blake Shelton, BTS, Calibre 50, Cardi B, Charlie Puth, Chris Brown, Christian Nodal, DaBaby, Doja Cat, Drake, Dua Lipa, Future, Gabby Barrett, H.E.R., Harry Styles, J Balvin, Jhené Aiko, JP Saxe, Justin Bieber, KAROL G, Lady Gaga, Luke Bryan, Luke Combs, Maluma, Maren Morris, Megan Thee Stallion, Ozuna, Ozzy Osbourne, Pop Smoke, Post Malone, Roddy Ricch, Shawn Mendes, Snoh Aalegra, Summer Walker, Surf Mesa, Taylor Swift, The Pretty Reckless, The Weeknd, twenty one pilots and Young Thug. All nominees are listed below. For a full list of categories, visit iHeartRadio.com/awards.

“We couldn’t be more excited for this year’s iHeartRadio Music Awards,” said Tom Poleman, Chief Programming Officer for iHeartMedia. “This year’s awards will be a can’t-miss music event. We are looking forward to celebrating these top artists and their accomplishments, especially after a year that brought unprecedented challenges to the music industry and live events.”

In addition to paying tribute to music and artists, the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Awards will again celebrate the fans, giving iHeartRadio listeners the opportunity to decide winners in several new and established categories. Fan voting will determine this year’s Best Fan Army, Best Lyrics, Best Cover Song, Best Music Video, the Social Star Award, Favorite Music Video Choreography Award and the first-ever TikTok Bop of the Year Award.

Social voting begins today, April 7, and will close on May 19 at 11:59 PM ET for all categories. Fans can vote on Twitter using the appropriate category and nominee hashtags or by visiting iHeartRadio.com/awards.

Due to the pandemic, the 2020 live TV broadcast event of the iHeartRadio Music Awards on FOX was cancelled and winners were revealed for the first time on-air throughout Labor Day weekend across iHeartRadio stations nationwide and on the iHeartRadio App. Among the many winners of the 2020 Awards were Lizzo for Song of the Year, Billie Eilish for Female Artist of the Year, Post Malone for Male Artist of the Year and Jonas Brothers for Best Duo/Group of the Year. The 2020 iHeartRadio Music Awards also honored Elton John with the Tour of the Year Award for his “Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour.”

This year’s awards will once again feature a broad array of categories -- finalists (by alphabetical order) are:

Song of the Year:

  • “Blinding Lights” - The Weeknd
  • “Circles” - Post Malone
  • “Don't Start Now” - Dua Lipa
  • “ROCKSTAR” - DaBaby featuring Roddy Ricch
  • “Watermelon Sugar” - Harry Styles

Female Artist of the Year:

  • Ariana Grande
  • Billie Eilish
  • Dua Lipa
  • Megan Thee Stallion
  • Taylor Swift

Male Artist of the Year:

  • Harry Styles
  • Justin Bieber
  • Post Malone
  • Roddy Ricch
  • The Weeknd

Best Duo/Group of the Year:

  • BTS
  • Dan + Shay
  • Jonas Brothers
  • Maroon 5
  • twenty one pilots

Best Collaboration:

  • “Go Crazy” - Chris Brown & Young Thug
  • “Holy” - Justin Bieber featuring Chance the Rapper
  • “I Hope” - Gabby Barrett featuring Charlie Puth
  • “Mood” - 24kGoldn featuring iann dior
  • “Savage” (Remix) - Megan Thee Stallion featuring Beyoncé

Best New Pop Artist:

  • 24kGoldn
  • blackbear
  • Doja Cat
  • JP Saxe
  • Pop Smoke

Alternative Rock Song of the Year:

  • “Bang!” - AJR
  • “Bloody Valentine” - Machine Gun Kelly
  • “everything i wanted” - Billie Eilish
  • “Level Of Concern” - twenty one pilots
  • “Monsters” - All Time Low featuring blackbear

Alternative Rock Artist of the Year:

  • AJR
  • All Time Low
  • Billie Eilish
  • Cage the Elephant
  • twenty one pilots

Best New Rock/Alternative Rock Artist:

  • Ashe
  • Dayglow
  • Powfu
  • Royal & The Serpent
  • Wallows

Rock Song of the Year:

  • “Death By Rock And Roll” - The Pretty Reckless
  • “Patience” - Chris Cornell
  • “Shame Shame” - Foo Fighters
  • “Shot In The Dark” - AC/DC
  • “Under The Graveyard” - Ozzy Osbourne

Rock Artist of the Year:

  • AC/DC
  • Five Finger Death Punch
  • Ozzy Osbourne
  • Shinedown
  • The Pretty Reckless

Country Song of the Year:

  • “Even Though I'm Leaving” - Luke Combs
  • “I Hope” - Gabby Barrett
  • “Nobody But You” - Blake Shelton with Gwen Stefani
  • “One Margarita” - Luke Bryan
  • “The Bones” - Maren Morris

Country Artist of the Year:

  • Blake Shelton
  • Luke Bryan
  • Luke Combs
  • Maren Morris
  • Thomas Rhett

Best New Country Artist:

  • Ashley McBryde
  • Gabby Barrett
  • HARDY
  • Ingrid Andress
  • Jameson Rodgers

Dance Song of the Year:

  • “Head & Heart” - Joel Corry x MNEK
  • “ily (i love you baby)” - Surf Mesa featuring Emilee
  • “Lasting Lover” – Sigala & James Arthur
  • “Rain On Me” - Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande
  • “Roses” (Imanbek Remix) - SAINt JHN

Dance Artist of the Year:

  • Anabel Englund
  • Diplo
  • Marshmello
  • Surf Mesa
  • Tiësto

Hip-Hop Song of the Year:

  • “High Fashion” - Roddy Ricch featuring Mustard
  • “Life Is Good” - Future featuring Drake
  • “ROCKSTAR” - DaBaby featuring Roddy Ricch
  • “Savage” (Remix) - Megan Thee Stallion featuring Beyoncé
  • “The Box” - Roddy Ricch

Hip-Hop Artist of the Year:

  • DaBaby
  • Lil Baby
  • Megan Thee Stallion
  • Pop Smoke
  • Roddy Ricch

Best New Hip-Hop Artist:

  • Jack Harlow
  • Moneybagg Yo
  • Pop Smoke
  • Rod Wave
  • Roddy Ricch

R&B Song of the Year:

  • “B.S.” - Jhené Aiko featuring H.E.R.
  • “Go Crazy” - Chris Brown & Young Thug
  • “Heat” Chris Brown featuring Gunna
  • “Playing Games” - Summer Walker
  • “Slide” - H.E.R. featuring YG

R&B Artist of the Year:

  • Chris Brown
  • H.E.R.
  • Jhené Aiko
  • Snoh Aalegra
  • Summer Walker

Best New R&B Artist:

  • Chloe x Halle
  • Lonr.
  • Mahalia
  • Skip Marley
  • Snoh Aalegra

Latin Pop/Reggaeton Song of the Year:

  • “Caramelo” - Ozuna
  • “Dákiti” - Bad Bunny & Jhay Cortez
  • “Hawái” (Remix) - Maluma & The Weeknd
  • “RITMO (Bad Boys For Life)” - Black Eyed Peas & J Balvin
  • “Tusa” - KAROL G & Nicki Minaj

Latin Pop/Reggaeton Artist of the Year:

  • Bad Bunny
  • J Balvin
  • KAROL G
  • Maluma
  • Ozuna

Best New Latin Artist:

  • Chesca
  • Jay Wheeler
  • Natanael Cano
  • Neto Bernal
  • Rauw Alejandro

Regional Mexican Song of the Year:

  • “Palabra De Hombre” - El Fantasma
  • “Se Me Olvidó” - Christian Nodal
  • “Sólo Tú” - Calibre 50
  • “Te Volvería A Elegir” - Calibre 50
  • “Yo Ya No Vuelvo Contigo” - Lenin Ramírez featuring Grupo Firme

Regional Mexican Artist of the Year:

  • Banda Los Sebastianes
  • Calibre 50
  • Christian Nodal
  • Edwin Luna y La Trakalosa de Monterrey
  • Gerardo Ortíz

Producer of the Year:

  • Andrew Watt
  • Dr Luke
  • Frank Dukes
  • Louis Bell
  • Max Martin

Songwriter of the Year:

  • Ali Tamposi
  • Amy Allen
  • Ashley Gorley
  • Dan Nigro
  • Finneas

Best Lyrics: *Socially Voted Category

  • “Adore You” - Harry Styles
  • “Before You Go” - Lewis Capaldi
  • “Blinding Lights” - The Weeknd
  • “cardigan” - Taylor Swift
  • “Don’t Start Now” - Dua Lipa
  • “everything i wanted” - Billie Eilish
  • “I Hope” - Gabby Barrett featuring Charlie Puth
  • “If The World Was Ending” - JP Saxe featuring Julia Michaels
  • “Intentions” - Justin Bieber featuring Quavo
  • “Life Is Good” - Future featuring Drake

Best Cover Song: *Socially Voted Category

  • “Adore You” (Harry Styles) - Lizzo cover
  • “Can't Take My Eyes Off You” (Frankie Valli) - Shawn Mendes cover
  • “Fix You” (Coldplay) - Sam Smith cover
  • “Heart Of Glass” (Blondie) - Miley Cyrus cover
  • “Juice” (Lizzo) - Harry Styles cover

Best Fan Army: *Socially Voted Category

  • #Agnation - Agnez Mo
  • #Arianators - Ariana Grande
  • #Beliebers - Justin Bieber
  • #BLINK - BLACKPINK
  • #BTSARMY - BTS
  • #Harries - Harry Styles
  • #Limelights - Why Don't We
  • #Louies - Louis Tomlinson
  • #MendesArmy - Shawn Mendes
  • #NCTzens - NCT 127
  • #Selenators - Selena Gomez
  • #Swifties - Taylor Swift

Best Music Video:*Socially Voted Category

  • “Blinding Lights” - The Weeknd
  • “Don't Start Now” - Dua Lipa
  • “Dynamite” - BTS
  • “Hawái” - Maluma
  • “How You Like That” - BLACKPINK
  • “Life Is Good” - Future featuring Drake
  • “Rain On Me” - Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande
  • “WAP” - Cardi B featuring Megan Thee Stallion
  • “Watermelon Sugar” - Harry Styles
  • “Yummy” - Justin Bieber

Social Star Award:*Socially Voted Category

  • Dixie D'Amelio
  • Jaden Hossler
  • LILHUDDY
  • Nessa Barrett
  • Olivia Rodrigo
  • Tate McRae

Favorite Music Video Choreography:*Socially Voted Category

  • BTS – Son Sung Deuk
  • “34+35” (Ariana Grande) - Scott & Brian Nicholson
  • “Do It” (Chloe x Halle) - Kendra Bracy & Ashanti Ledon
  • “Honey Boo” (CNCO & Natti Natasha) - Kyle Hanagami
  • “Physical” (Dua Lipa) - Charm La'Donna
  • “Rain On Me” (Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande) - Richy Jackson
  • “Say So” (Doja Cat) - Cortland Brown
  • WAP” (Cardi B featuring Megan Thee Stallion) - JaQuel Knight
  • “Bop” (DaBaby) - Coach Cherry & DaniLeigh

TikTok Bop of the Year(New Category): *Socially Voted Category

  • “Blinding Lights” - The Weeknd
  • “Lottery (Renegade)” - K CAMP
  • “Savage” - Megan Thee Stallion
  • “Savage Love” (Laxed-Siren Beat) - Jawsh 685, Jason Derulo
  • “Say So” - Doja Cat
  • “WAP” - Cardi B featuring Megan Thee Stallion

Additional categories include Label of the Year, Titanium Song of the Year and Titanium Artist of the Year, and individual winners for Album of the Year in music’s biggest genres, including Pop, Country, Alternative Rock, Rock, Dance, Hip-Hop, R&B, Latin Pop/Reggaeton and Regional Mexican formats. Nominations are based on consumption data, including streaming, album sales, song sales and radio airplay.

For a full list of categories visit iHeartRadio.com/awards.

Proud partners of the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Awards include Taco Bell® and Dr Pepper Zero Sugar, with more to be announced.

iHeartRadio and Taco Bell are once again teaming up to celebrate the fans, artists and music that kept us all connected over the past year. Fans can tune in to a memorable moment in the show, compliments of iHeartRadio and Taco Bell.

Executive producers for the “iHeartRadio Music Awards” are Joel Gallen for Tenth Planet and John Sykes, Tom Poleman and Bart Peters for iHeartMedia.

For breaking news and exclusive iHeartRadio Music Awards content visit iHeartRadio.com/awards or follow the social buzz on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Google+.

About iHeartMedia, Inc.

iHeartMedia (NASDAQ: IHRT) is the number one audio company in the United States, reaching nine out of 10 Americans every month. It consists of three business groups.

With its quarter of a billion monthly listeners, the iHeartMedia Multiplatform Group has a greater reach than any other media company in the U.S. Its leadership position in audio extends across multiple platforms, including more than 860 live broadcast stations in over 160 markets nationwide; its National Sales organization; and the company’s live and virtual events business. It also includes Premiere Networks, the industry’s largest Networks business, with its Total Traffic and Weather Network (TTWN); and BIN: Black Information Network, the first and only 24/7 national and local all news audio service for the Black community. iHeartMedia also leads the audio industry in analytics, targeting and attribution for its marketing partners with its SmartAudio suite of data targeting and attribution products using data from its massive consumer base.

The iHeartMedia Digital Audio Group includes the company’s fast-growing podcasting business -- iHeartMedia is the number one podcast publisher in downloads, unique listeners, revenue and earnings -- as well as its industry-leading iHeartRadio digital service, available across more than 250 platforms and 2,000 devices; the company’s digital sites, newsletters, digital services and programs; its digital advertising technology companies; and its audio industry-leading social media footprint.

The company’s Audio & Media Services reportable segment includes Katz Media Group, the nation’s largest media representation company, and RCS, the world's leading provider of broadcast and webcast software.

Visit iHeartMedia.com for more company information.

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