CONCORREU

Grammy Awards

1984:
Album: She’s So Unusual
Winner: Can’t Slow Down (Lionel Richie)
Record: Girls Just Want To Have Fun
Winner: What’s Love Got To Do With It (Tina Turner)
Song: Time After Time
Winner: What’s Love Got To Do With It (Tina Turner)
Pop Vocal Female: Cyndi Lauper “Girls Just Want To Have Fun”
Winner: Tina Turner “What’s Love Got To Do With It”
1985:
Rock Vocal Female: Cyndi Lauper “What A Thrill”
Winner: Tina Turner “One Of The Living”
1986:
Pop Vocal Female: Cyndi Lauper “True Colors”
Winner: Barbara Streisand “Broadway”
Rock Vocal Female: Cyndi Lauper “911”
Winner: Tina Turner “Back Where You Started”
1987:
Video Performance: Cyndi Lauper In Paris
Winner: Prince “Prince’s Trust All Star…”
1989:
Rock Vocal Female: Cyndi Lauper “I Drove All Night”
Winner: Bonnie Raitt “Nick Of Time”
1998:
Best Dance Recording: Cyndi Lauper “Disco Inferno”
Winner: Madonna “Ray Of Light”
2005:
Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s): Cyndi Lauper “Unchained Melody”
Winner: Over The Rainbow
2009:
Best Electronic/Dance Album: Cyndi Lauper “Bring Ya To The Brink”
Winner: Daft Punk “Alive 2007”
2011:
Best Traditional Blues Album: Cyndi Lauper “Memphis Blues”
Winner: Pinetop Perkins & Willie ‘Big Eyes’ Smith “Joined At The Hip”

MTV Music Awards

1984:
Best Video Of The Year: Cyndi Lauper “Girls Just Want To Have Fun”
Winner: You Might Think (The Cars) directed by Jeff Stein
Best Direction in a Video: Edd Griles “Time After Time”
Winner: Tim Newman for Legs (ZZ Top)
Best Overall Performance in a Video: Cyndi Lauper “Girls Just Want To Have Fun”
Winner: Michael Jackson in Thriller
Best Concept Video: Cyndi Lauper “Girls Just Want To Have Fun”
Winner: Rock It (Herbie Hancock)
Best New Artist in a Video: Cyndi Lauper “Time After Time”
Winner: Eurythmics for Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)
Best New Artist in a Video: Cyndi Lauper “Girls Just Want To Have Fun”
Winner: Eurythmics for Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)
1985:
Best Female Video: Cyndi Lauper “Money Changes Everything”
Winner: What’s Love Got To Do With It (Tina Turner)
Best Female Video: Cyndi Lauper “She Bop”
Winner: What’s Love Got To Do With It (Tina Turner)
Best Stage Performance in a Video: Cyndi Lauper “Money Changes Everything”
Winner: Bruce Springsteen “Dancing In The Dark”
Best Video of the Year: “We Are The World”
Winner: The Boys of Summer (Don Henley), directed by Jean-Baptiste Mondino
Best Group Video: USA For Africa “We Are The World”
Winner: USA For Africa
Best Overall Performance in a Video: USA For Africa “We Are The World”
Winner: Phillip Bailey and Phil Collins for Easy Lover
1987:
Best Female Video: Cyndi Lauper “True Colors”
Winner: Papa Don’t Preach (Madonna)
Best Cinematography in a Video: Cyndi Lauper “What’s Going On”
Winner: C’est La Vie (Robbie Nevil)

Emmy Awards

1994:
Outstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy Series: Cyndi Lauper as Marianne Lugasso, her first appearance in the “Mad About You”
Winner: Eileen Heckart as Rose Stein in Love & War

Fennecus Awards

1988:
Song Performance – In Studio: Cyndi Lauper “Hole In My Heart (All The Way To China)”
Winner: “Why Don’t You Do Right?” From Who Framed Roger Rabbit
2000:
Original Song: Cyndi Lauper “I Want A Mom That Will Last Forever”
Winner: “Things Have Changed” From Wonder Boys; Music and Lyric by Bob Dylan
Song Performance – In Studio: Cyndi Lauper “I Want A Mom That Will Last Forever”
Winner: “I Believe” From Billy Elliot. Performed by Stephen Gately

Apex Awards

1996:
Original Song – Comedy: Cyndi Lauper “Unhook The Stars”
Winner: “That Thing You Do!” From That Thing You Do! Music & Lyric by Adam Schlesinger
2000:
Original Song – Comedy: Cyndi Lauper “I Want A Mom That Will Last Forever”
Winner: “Things Have Changed” From Wonder Boys. Music and Lyric by Bob Dylan