Music·Posted on Apr 1, 202211 Celebs Who Have Never Won A Grammy And 10 Who Surprisingly HaveYes, Jimmy Fallon has more Grammys than Queen.by Natasha JokicBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Katy Perry: 13 nominations, 0 wins. Kevin Mazur / WireImage / Getty Images Katy was even nominated for Album of the Year for Teenage Dream, but lost out to The Suburbs by Arcade Fire. 2. Steve Martin: 15 nominations, 5 wins. Jason Laveris / FilmMagic / Getty Images Steve's wins include Best Bluegrass Album, Best Country Instrumental Performance, and Best Comedy Recording. 3. Miley Cyrus: 2 nominations, 0 wins. Jon Kopaloff / Getty Images There was a spot of controversy over Miley's Plastic Hearts not being nominated this year, despite topping the rock charts. However, she is nominated for her work on Lil Nas X's Montero — so this could be the year that Miley finally gets the Grammy. 4. Zach Braff: 1 nomination, 1 win. Carlo Allegri / Getty Images Zach won the 2005 Best Compilation Soundtrack Album For A Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media (phew) award for his work on his movie Garden State. 5. Björk: 15 nominations, 0 wins. Santiago Felipe / Getty Images Björk was most recently nominated for Best Alternative Music Album in 2019, but lost out to Beck's Colors. 6. Cynthia Nixon: 1 nomination, 1 win. Jenny Anderson / Getty Images Cynthia is an Oscar short of an EGOT, having won a Grammy for Best Spoken Word Album for Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth in 2009. 7. ABBA: 1 nomination, 0 wins. Olle Lindeborg / AFP via Getty Images The group got their first nomination this year for their album I Still Have Faith in You. 8. Hilary Clinton: 2 nominations, 1 win. Jon Levy / AFP via Getty Images Hilary won Best Spoken Word Or Non-Musical Album for the 1996 book It Takes A Village. 9. Nicki Minaj: 10 nominations, 0 wins. Jason Merritt / Getty Images Nicki has been vocal about losing Best New Artist to Bon Iver in 2012, tweeting in 2020, "Never forget the Grammys didn’t give me my best new artist award when I had 7 songs simultaneously charting on billboard & bigger first week than any female rapper in the last decade- went on to inspire a generation." 10. Bradley Cooper: 3 nominations, 2 wins. Steven Ferdman / Getty Images Perhaps it's not surprising that Bradley won some Grammys for his work on the A Star is Born soundtrack — but it's worth keeping in mind that he's been nominated nine times for an Oscar without winning. 11. Sia: 9 nominations, 0 wins. Kevin Mazur / WireImage / Getty Images Sia was even nominated for Record of the Year in 2015 for "Chandelier," but lost to Sam Smith's "Stay With Me." 12. Alvin and the Chipmunks: 8 nominations, 3 wins. Samuel Goldwyn / Courtesy Everett Collection Ross Bagdasarian Sr., AKA the creator of Alvin and the Chipmunks, even won two awards at the very first Grammys — Best Recording For Children and Best Comedy Performance. 13. Diana Ross: 12 nominations, 0 wins. Kevin Winter / Getty Images for The Recording Academy That being said, Diana did receive a Lifetime Achievement award in 2012. 14. Kate Winslet: 1 nomination, 1 win. John Phillips / Getty Images Yes, the missing award in Kate's EGOT eligibility is actually a Tony — she won Best Spoken Word Album For Children for Listen To The Storyteller in 2000. 15. Lana Del Rey: 6 nominations, 0 wins. Amy Sussman / Getty Images Lana was even nominated for Album Of The Year for Norman Fucking Rockwell, but lost to Billie Eilish's When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? 16. Jimmy Fallon: 2 nominations, 1 win. Matt Winkelmeyer / Getty Images Jimmy won the award for Best Comedy Album for his 2012 album Blow Your Pants Off, which featured artists like Paul McCartney, Justin Timberlake, and Dave Matthews. 17. Snoop Dogg: 16 nominations, 0 wins. Jeff Vespa / WireImage / Getty Images Snoop's most recent nomination was for his work on Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp a Butterfly — which lost Album of the Year to Taylor Swift's 1989. 18. Eugene Levy: 1 nomination, 1 win. Timothy A. Clary / AFP via Getty Images Eugene won for the song he wrote for the 2003 mockumentary of the same name, "A Mighty Wind." 19. Post Malone: 9 nominations, 0 wins. John Shearer / Getty Images for The Recording Academy Post was nominated for three awards last year — including Record of the Year for "Circles," which he lost to Billie Eilish's "Everything I Wanted." 20. David Fincher: 3 nominations, 2 wins. Frazer Harrison / Getty Images The Gone Girl and Social Network director has won his Grammys in the Best Music Video categories — for "Suit & Tie" by Justin Timberlake and "Love Is Strong" by the Rolling Stones. 21. Queen: 4 nominations, 0 wins. Steve Jennings / WireImage / Getty Images The group lost their Best Pop Vocal Performance By A Group nomination for "Bohemian Rhapsody" to "If You Leave Me Now" by the band Chicago.