List Of Awards And Nominations Received By Sakis Rouvas
This page features a list of awards and nominations received by Greek recording artist and entertainer Sakis Rouvas from the beginning of his career in 1991 to present day. Rouvas has released thirteen studio albums: Sakis Rouvas (1991), Min Andistekese (1992), Gia Sena (1993), Aima, Dakrya & Idrotas (1994), Tora Arhizoun Ta Dyskola (1996), Kati Apo Mena (1998), 21os Akatallilos (2000), Ola Kala (2002), To Hrono Stamatao (2003), S'eho Erotefthi (2005), Iparhi Agapi Edo (2006), Irthes (2008), and Parafora (2010). He has also released two live albums: Live Ballads (2006) and This Is My Live (2007). These album have been released through PolyGram Records Greece (1991–96), Minos EMI (1997–present), and abroad on Universal Music France (2002–2007). All of his albums have been certified gold or higher by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry of Greece. As of 2008, he has sold an estimated near two million albums, making him one of the best-selling Greek artists in history.
Rouvas is amongst the most awarded Greek entertainers of all time. In addition to his main domain, music, he has also been recognized in sports, television, fashion, and for his humanitarian work. Rouvas began his career as an athlete in 1987 and received awards at a national level. As a performer, he has won 15 Pop Corn Music Awards, six Arion Music Awards, four Status Men of the Year Awards —the most of any musician— and 17 MAD Video Music Awards — more than any other male artist and second overall. He has also received international awards such as a Balkan Music Award, an MTV Europe Music Award, a Tashir Armenian Music Award, and a World Music Award, as well as an Abdi Ipekçi Prize for his efforts in improving Greco-Turkish relations. Rouvas has also represented Greece in the Eurovision Song Contest on two occasions, taking top ten positions both times: third (2004) and seventh (2009). Rouvas has received in excess of 52 awards out of 120 nominations, making him one of the most awarded Greek artists in history. In addition to these recognized awards, Rouvas was also named "Entertainer of the Decade" by Down Town in 2009, while in 2010 Forbes ranked him as the third most powerful and influential Greek celebrity and highest-ranked singer. He was also named Greek People's first "Sexiest Man Alive".
Note that this list includes only recognized awards and not polls and other awards. It should also be noted that the list may be incomplete due to the lack of sources on Greek awards prior to the new millennium.
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