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Star Awards
红星大奖
Current: Star Awards 2021
Awarded forExcellence in Chinese Language entertainment in Singapore
CountrySingapore
Presented byMediacorp
First awarded1994
Television/radio coverage
NetworkMediacorp Channel 8
Mediacorp Channel U
meWATCH
YouTube

The Star Awards (Chinese: 红星大奖) is an annual ceremony held in Singapore where the media organisation Mediacorp recognises entertainers under their employment for outstanding performances of the year. Mediacorp first presented in 1994 took place at the Caldecott Broadcast Centre, MediaCorp TV Theatre hosted by Chen Shucheng and Yvette Tsui.

The 25th Star Awards ceremony, honoring the best Singaporean television of 2018 will be held on 14 April 2019, at the Mediacorp Campus, MES Theatre @ Mediacorp. The ceremony will be broadcast live on MeWatch (previously Toggle), Mediacorp Channel 8 and Mediacorp Channel U. The upcoming 26th ceremony, honoring television for 2019 and 2020, was originally rescheduled to the second half of the year but pushed back until 18 April 2021 due to the current COVID-19 pandemic.[1]

History

The 1st Star Awards presentation was held on 26 February 1994, took place at the Caldecott Broadcast Centre, MediaCorp TV Theatre with an audience of about 500 people. There have no other pre-show and post-awards ceremony held in that year. Winners were announced during the presentation of the ceremony, the ceremony also presented a popularity contest, with Li Nanxing, Chew Chor Meng and Zoe Tay winning the Most Popular Actor and Actress award, respectively. The first Best Drama Serial was awarded to The Unbeatables (Chinese: 双天至尊) for an outstanding overall performance. The nominees are determined by a team of judges employed by Mediacorp and winners are selected by a majority vote from the entire judging panel. Chew Chor Meng, Li Nanxing, Terence Cao, Sean Say, and Desmond Sim received the award as the Top 5 Most Popular Male Artistes award while Chen Liping, Chen Xiuhuan, Pan Lingling, Aileen Tan, and Zoe Tay received the award as the Top 5 Most Popular Female Artistes; these artistes were awarded by popularity among the television audience based from the public via telephone and SMS text voting. Since 1997, the number of recipients for each category were expanded to ten.

Since 1994, the ceremony used a sealed envelope to reveal the name of the winners, as in tradition of most award ceremonies.

Institutions & Milestones

The first Best Actress awarded was Fann Wong, in her performances in Chronicle of Life (Chinese: 缘尽今生) as Fang Ling 方玲 in the drama. Fann Wong is the first leading actress who have won this award since the awards was introduced in the 1995 ceremony. At the same ceremony; Li Nanxing received the award for his role in Wounded Tracks (Chinese: 伤城记) and it is given in honour of a Mediacorp actor who has delivered an outstanding performance in a leading role. Also, Zhu Xiufeng received the award for her supporting role in Chronicle of Life (Chinese: 缘尽今生) and it is given in honour of a Mediacorp actress who has delivered an outstanding performance in a supporting role in the 2nd year of the Star Awards ceremony.

Between 1995 and 2003, the Special Achievement Award is given to one artiste who have made significant contributions in the performance of his/her respective field of profession over the past few years. The award was discontinued in 2004 until it revived again in 2018 with Marcus Chin receiving the award. Also, each ceremony ends with the Best Actor and Actress award, but recent ceremonies' last award would be Top 10 Most Popular Male or Female Artistes award, a popularity contest open for all nominated Mediacorp Artistes.

Beginning in the 1998 ceremony, the variety categories were introduced in the awards, and variety programmes, as well as the artistes playing a role in these programmes were now made eligible; these includes Sitcoms, Variety Programme Hosts, and Variety Special (a one-off episode with a longer runtime, such as awards ceremony or live finals). For the first time in the awards' history, Technical Categories were also presented, but they were taped outside the ceremony on a separate date, and presented on a clip montage due to time constraints; these practice would later be done on later years except for 2010–15, where it was done on a single show instead. The 2000 ceremony further added awards in recognition to News and Current Affairs team and the Top Rated Drama Serial and Variety Programme.

Beginning in the 2004 ceremony, the All-Time Favourite Artiste Award was introduced in the place of Special Achievement Award. Chew Chor Meng, Li Nanxing and Zoe Tay received the award after winning the Top 10 Most Popular Male or Female Artistes award from 1994–2003. It is given in honour of an artiste who has won the Top 10 Most Popular Male Artistes or Top 10 Most Popular Female Artistes for ten times (not necessary to be consecutive). Artistes who receive the award will no longer be eligible for the running of the respective Top 10 Most Popular Male or Female Artistes awards from that particular year onwards, allowing younger MediaCorp artistes have a chance to win the popularity awards as well. 21 artistes had won the All-Time Favourite Artiste award since its award inception, and it have been awarded in almost every year except 2007, 2013 and 2018.

The ceremonies were held annually in April to honour television talents from works from the previous year; prior to the 2007 ceremony, the ceremony were held at the end of the year while there is no ceremony in 2008 due to a format change.

In the 2010 ceremony, held in 2010, introduced the six awards, Favourite Male Character, Favourite Female Character, Most Unforgettable TV Villain, Male Media Darling, Female Media Darling and Rocket Award. The first three awards were decided by online voting with the results being announced during the first ceremony. The Rocket Award was also introduced, which mainly focuses on the artiste who contributed the most improvement throughout the past year.

In 2014, the 20th Star Awards ceremony was held. The title of the Star Awards also short-formed to Star Awards 20 as a remarkable awards night. The first ceremony was held at the MediaCorp TV Theatre with the veteran artistes; Chen Shucheng who was the first Star Awards hosts came back as a co-hosts after 20 years hosting the first ceremony. Samuel Chong, Dasmond Koh, Vivian Lai, Lee Teng, Pornsak, Zhang Wei and Zhou Ruzhu and was held at the MediaCorp TV Theatre. Social Media Award and The Most Popular Regional Artiste Award were introduced at the ceremony. The second ceremony was held at Suntec Singapore International Convention and Exhibition Centre with hosts Guo Liang and Quan Yi Fong.

2014 also saw a revision of quota towards the category, as categories requires at least ten nominations in order to be presented; this result in the suspension of three awards, Best News Presenter, Best Current Affairs Presenter, and Best Newcomer. However, despite 8World (renamed from the Channel 8 News and Current Affairs Team in January 2019) had fulfilled the minimum quota of 10 nominations, these awards have yet to be presented since its last presentation in 2013, while Best Newcomer returned except for 2016 and 2017, both of which were not presented due to the same reason.

In 2015, both ceremony was held on 19 April 2015 and 26 April 2015. It's the last year that Mediacorp presented the awards at the venue of Caldecott Broadcast Centre, MediaCorp TV Theatre (hence the Caldecott subtitle was present in the name of ceremony). Both ceremonies were held in the venue before moving to MediaCorp campus at 1 Stars Avenue for the next ceremony.

At the 2016 ceremony, the Professional and Technical awards 1 have been moved to a backstage awards and also the last time it held a double ceremony (not counting prelude or special episodes). The online Favourite award categories were held for the final time, with Jeanette Aw nominated again for Favourite Female Character and Favourite Onscreen Couple (Drama). Aw won six voting-based awards in Show 1 in 2015 including three Most Popular Regional Artiste Awards, Social Media Award and Favourite Female Character award for her role in The Journey: Tumultuous Times. Aw expressed her intention to be removed from the voting,[2] but was rejected as Mediacorp said that the awards were determined though online voting, and still requiring her to participate. There was a change in lineup of the awards streamlined to 19 categories. A new category, 'Best Programme Host', was created with a merger of two hosting awards (Best Variety Show Host and Best Info-Ed Programme Host) due to a similar presentation style in both the variety and info-ed programmes, as well as similar eligibility criteria. 'Best Evergreen Artiste', which was based on the performances for drama veterans, was also introduced in 2016.

At the 2017 ceremony, online voting categories were also streamlined, by putting more emphasis placed on the Top 10 Most Popular Artiste awards, while the Favourite Male and Female Character, and Favourite Onscreen Couple awards, as well as Social Media Award were dropped due to the change. Due to the switch in measuring television viewership, the Top Rated Variety Programme and Top Rated Drama Serial awards were also suspended.

The 2018 ceremony saw revamps towards the Top 10 Popularity Awards, whereas a poll of 1,000 people representing a wide demographic across Singapore's population, were conducted independently by an accredited market research company, will be used to shortlist the nominations. The results of the poll weighed 50% towards the combined total, while the other 50% comes from the public vote (with 50% weighed on telepoll and online votes each). Eligibility criteria for performance and popularity categories were also revised, opening up to non-Mediacorp artistes; eligible artistes were now required to lead a role in a programme or play as a supporting role/assistant host in at least three eligible programmes or at least 30 episodes out of all eligible programmes, whichever applicable. Best Evergreen Artiste were also accessed on veteran artistes based on a full calendar year, as opposed to a single programme.[3]

The 2019 ceremony, coinciding the silver jubilee of the ceremony on 14 April 2019, introduced two categories to feature miniseries, which were the Best Short-form Drama Serial and Best Short-form Variety Programme.

The upcoming edition of the Star Awards 2021, initially announced to be held on 26 April 2020 and announced that the event is postponed to the second half of 2020 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, making it the first ceremony in 13 years since the revision of the eligibility period in 2008 where the ceremony would not be held on the month of April;[4] On 7 August 2020, the ceremony was pushed to 18 April 2021 and expanding the eligibility to include 2020 programs, resulting in the increase of nominations for most of the award categories, from the traditional five to seven.[1] The ceremony also introduces radio awards coinciding the 85th anniversary of radio broadcasting in Singapore. For the first time since 2014, the award ceremony was announced to be held outside studios, located on the Jewel Changi Airport and Terminal 4.[5]

^1 Previously, technical category awards (e.g. Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Variety Show Producer, etc.), newscaster and current affairs awards and, for a time, the Young Talent Award (for child actors) were held separately at a gala dinner (or afternoon conference) due to time constraints and results and clips from the event would be shown either during the ceremony, or live-streaming before the ceremony. Between 2010 and 2015, and again in 2017, those technical awards were presented in Show 1 (or during the three prelude episodes, in 2017), while the Show 2 presented the main awards. Since 2016 (with the exception for 2017), the format was reverted with the technical category awards presented at an off-site ceremony.

Trophy

Star Awards Trophy.png

The Star Awards trophy has seen four different designs, since its inception in 1994. In the first ceremony, The trophy was designed with a circular column and a star-shaped circle capping the top. This trophy only been used in only in this 1994 ceremony. Between 1995 until 1997 ceremony, the trophy was designed with a straight column topped and a gold star. This trophy had been used in three ceremonies. The trophy was changed to a cone-like shape with a bigger star in the ceremony of 1998 and 1999.

Since 2000, A new trophy made in Shanghai was designed, weighing 4 kg and cost S$1,000 each. It is designed with a crystal body shaped in the letter "S", and from another angle, shaped in the letter "A", forming the initials of the "Star Awards". The trophy used to come in different colors every year.

Awards ceremonies

Lists of award ceremonies

To date, 26 ceremonies were held, as summarised below:

# Date Venue Host(s) Special Achievement Award Rocket Award
Main Walk-of-Fame Post-Show Party
1 26 February 1994 Caldecott Broadcast Centre
MediaCorp TV Theatre
Chen Shucheng
Yvette Tsui
N/A N/A N/A N/A
2 9 July 1995 Guo Liang
Yvette Tsui
Xiang Yun
3 23 June 1996 World Trade Centre
Harbour Pavilion
Bai Yan
4 5 October 1997 Caldecott Broadcast Centre
MediaCorp TV Theatre
Timothy Chao
Wendy Xiao Ying
Huang Wenyong
5 20 December 1998 Timothy Chao
Yvette Tsui
Zoe Tay
6 19 December 1999 Jack Neo
7 26 November 2000 Fann Wong
8 25 November 2001 Timothy Chao
Cheng Di
Lee Shih Shiong
Lee Wei Shiong
9 8 December 2002 Timothy Chao
Chun Guek Lay
Chen Shucheng
10 7 December 2003 Xie Shaoguang
11 12 December 2004 Timothy Chao
Matilda Tao
All-Time Favourite Artiste
Chew Chor Meng
Li Nanxing
Zoe Tay
12 4 December 2005 Guo Liang
Patty Hou
Dennis Chew
Dasmond Koh
Lim Peifen
Fann Wong
Xie Shaoguang
13 10 December 2006 St James Power Station
Powerhouse
Mark Lee
Lim Peifen
Mark Lee
Lim Peifen
Jeff Wang
Chen Liping
14 16 December 2007 Caldecott Broadcast Centre
MediaCorp TV Theatre
Sharon Au
Guo Liang
Quan Yi Fong
N/A Vivian Lai
Mark Lee
Lim Peifen
Pornsak
Jeff Wang
N/A
15 26 April 2009 Guo Liang
Quan Yi Fong
Lee Teng
Charlyn Lin
Pornsak
Yuan Shuai
Huang Biren
16 Show 1 Show 2 Show 1 Show 2 Show 1 Show 2 Show 2 Christopher Lee
Mark Lee
Elvin Ng
18 April 2010 25 April 2010 Caldecott Broadcast Centre
MediaCorp TV Theatre
Resorts World Sentosa
Compass Ballroom
Dennis Chew
Michelle Chia
Michelle Chong
Vivian Lai
Mark Lee
Lee Teng
Kym Ng
Pornsak
Guo Liang
Quan Yi Fong
Michelle Chong
Vivian Lai
Lee Teng
Pornsak
Michelle Chia
Michelle Chong
Apple Hong
Vivian Lai
Lee Teng
Pornsak
17 17 April 2011 24 April 2011 Dasmond Koh
Kym Ng
Pornsak
Bryan Wong
Dasmond Koh
Vivian Lai
Lee Teng
Pornsak
Dasmond Koh
Lee Teng
Lim Peifen
Pornsak
Xiang Yun Pornsak
18 22 April 2012 29 April 2012 Marina Bay Sands
Sands Ballroom
Michelle Chia
Dasmond Koh
Vivian Lai
Lee Teng
Guo Liang
Bowie Tsang
Dennis Chew
Dasmond Koh
Lee Teng
Kate Pang
Dasmond Koh
Vivian Lai
Lee Teng
Tay Ping Hui Desmond Tan
19 21 April 2013 28 April 2013 Marina Bay Sands
MasterCard Theatres
Vivian Lai
Lee Teng
Kate Pang
Pornsak
Jeffrey Xu
Guo Liang
Quan Yi Fong
Dasmond Koh
Vivian Lai
Lee Teng
Kate Pang
Dasmond Koh
Vivian Lai
Lee Teng
Pornsak
N/A Romeo Tan
20 20 April 2014 27 April 2014 Suntec City
Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre
Chen Shucheng
Samuel Chong
Lucy Chow
Dasmond Koh
Vivian Lai
Lee Teng
Pornsak
Zhang Wei
Dasmond Koh
Lee Teng
Pornsak
Youyi
Chen Ning
Dasmond Koh
Lee Teng
Pornsak
Jeffrey Xu
Ben Yeo
Chen Hanwei
Bryan Wong
Priscelia Chan
21 19 April 2015 26 April 2015 Caldecott Broadcast Centre
MediaCorp TV Theatre
Dennis Chew
Dasmond Koh
Lee Teng
Kate Pang
Dasmond Koh
Lee Teng
Kate Pang
Jeanette Aw
Vivian Lai
Shaun Chen
22 17 April 2016 24 April 2016 Mediacorp Campus
MES Theatre @ Mediacorp
Dennis Chew
Lee Teng
Pornsak
Show 1 Show 2 Qi Yuwu
Rui En
Julie Tan
Dennis Chew
Lee Teng
Pornsak
23 Main Show Walk-Of-Fame Post-Show Party Elvin Ng
Joanne Peh
Quan Yi Fong
N/A
16 April 2017 Mediacorp Campus
MES Theatre @ Mediacorp
Lee Teng Glenn Goh
Kate Pang
Pornsak
Youyi
N/A
24 22 April 2018 Guo Liang
Quan Yi Fong
Lin Lingzhi
Kimberly Wang
Kenneth Chung
Vivian Lai
Lee Teng
Special Achievement Award
Marcus Chin
25 14 April 2019 Quan Yi Fong Lee Teng
Gao Mei Gui
Hazelle Teo
Kenneth Chung
Henry Law
Chew Chor Meng
All-Time Favourite Artiste
Kym Ng
26 18 April 2021[1] Jewel Changi Airport
Changi Terminal 4
Guo Liang
Quan Yi Fong
TBA N/A Dasmond Koh

Ceremony Hosts

The following individuals have hosted the Star Awards ceremony.

Host Number of Ceremonies
Guo Liang 郭亮 14
Quan Yi Fong 权怡凤 10
Timothy Chao 曹启泰 8
Lee Teng 李腾 7
Yvette Tsui 崔丽心 6
Pornsak 5
Dasmond Koh 许振荣 4
Vivian Lai 赖怡伶
Dennis Chew 周重庆  3
Chen Shucheng 陈澍承 2
Chun Guek Lay 曾月丽
Patty Hou 侯佩岑 
Michelle Chia 谢韵仪
Kym Ng 鐘琴
Wendy Xiaoying 曾晓英 1
Cheng Di 程笛
Matilda Tao 陶晶莹
Sharon Au 欧菁仙
Michelle Chong 庄米雪
Bowie Tsang 曾宝仪 
Bryan Wong 王禄江
Mark Lee 李国煌

Telecast

The major awards are presented at a live televised ceremony, commonly in April following the relevant calendar year in order to focus on the full calendar year; prior to the 2007 ceremony, the ceremony were held at the end of the year (usually December) while there is no ceremony in 2008 due to a format change.

2007 was the first ceremony to have a double ceremony, one that paid tribute to the 25th Anniversary of television, and a second ceremony being the normal ceremony. Between 2010 and 2015, the Professional and Technical awards (given out to backstage crew and scriptwriters) were telecast and presented in the first show, and the main awards on the second, airing the following week. While the first show was still held at MediaCorp TV Theatre, the second show was, for the third time in Star Awards history, being held on the new location of Resorts World Sentosa, after 1996 and 2006. Both of the ceremonies were broadcast live on 18 and 25 April 2010. The post-show was held after the second ceremony at 10pm on Channel U.

In 2016, although the show was a two-part program, the technical awards was, for the first time since 2009, presented in an off-site non-televised presentation instead of being presented live in show 1. In their place, the main ceremony (which was presented in show 2) was also split into two shows, allowing to put more emphasis on mostly variety/info-ed award categories and drama award categories, for shows 1 and 2, respectively. The Post-show Party, airing after show 2, focuses on online voting award categories. For the first time in Star Awards history, the awards for the Top 10 Artistes were presented in separate shows instead of single show, with the female artistes awarded in show 1, and the male artistes on show 2.[6][7][8]

At the 2017 ceremony, in a gap of eight installments since 2009, the ceremony was revert to one show, and the post-show party was scrapped. In-lieu of the "3+1" change, a three-episode weekly preludes aired on Sundays before the main ceremony. The preludes were removed in 2018.

With the merger of MediaCorp with SPH MediaWorks on 1 January 2005, nominees now include artistes and shows from MediaCorp Channel U, formerly MediaWork's Chinese language channel, and were broadcast for said channel since. Between 2010 and 2014, xinmsn provided its first online Live streaming for both the ceremony as well as backstage, and since 2013, Toggle (both the website and the smartphone/smart TV application). However, these streams were only viewable exclusive to Singapore. Starting from the 2019 ceremony, YouTube will also broadcast live streaming for the awards as well, and is viewable to the world.

Venues

In 1994, the first Star Awards were presented at the Caldecott Broadcast Centre, MediaCorp TV Theatre and the following year until 2015; however, seven ceremonies were held outside the studios: in 1996, the venue of Star Awards changed to World Trade Centre, Harbour Pavilion and was hosted by Guo Liang and Yvette Tsui. In 2006, the ceremony was held at St James Power Station, near VivoCity and Sentosa. Between 2010 and 2014, the ceremony was also held outside location while the show was split into two, with the first show held at Caldecott Hill, while the second show was held at Resorts World Sentosa (2010 and 2011), Marina Bay Sands (2012 and 2013) and Suntec City (2014).

In 2016, the awards had since held at the new Mediacorp Campus, MES Theatre @ Mediacorp, and it became the presentation's current venue with incredibly spacious interior and stunning architectural designs, the 1,500-seater performance venue features tiered seating in its stalls and two circle levels, including removable seats at the lower stall and additional audience sitting space at the orchestra pit for your special needs.

Awards Categories

Records

As of 2021:[9]

Overall wins/nominations by a performer, program, etc.

Awards and nominations

Star Awards had been nominated for 15 times since the Best Variety Special category was introduced in 1998 (with the exceptions for five shows, the award was not presented in years 2000 and 2018; while the ceremony were not nominated in years 1999, 2001 and 2006). As of 2018, Seven shows, out of the total 21 ceremonies since 1997 were won, with their first win in 2007 which was awarded for the 2006's ceremony. Other categories for Star Awards, which were nominated or won, were also reflected in the table:

Summary of Star Awards and nominations
12 wins out of 33 nominations
Year Show Category Nominee Representation Result
1998 Main Best Variety Special
最佳综艺特备节目
N/A Star Awards 1997
红星大奖1997
Nominated
2002 Star Awards 2001
红星大奖2001
Nominated
2003 Star Awards 2002
红星大奖2002
Nominated
2004 Star Awards 2003
红星大奖2003
Nominated
2005 Star Awards 2004
红星大奖2004
Nominated
2007 Star Awards 2006
红星大奖2006
Won
2009 Star Awards 2007
红星大奖之戏剧情牵25
Nominated
2010 Show 1 Best Set Design
最佳综艺布景设计奖
Mohd B Abdul Rahim Star Awards 2009
红星大奖2009
Nominated
Show 2 Best Variety Special
最佳综艺特备节目
N/A Nominated
2011 Show 1 Best Variety Research Writer
最佳综艺资料撰稿
Glen Lim
林祥平
Star Awards 2010
红星大奖2010
Nominated
Show 2 Best Variety Special
最佳综艺特备节目
N/A Star Awards 2010 (Show 1)
红星大奖2010 亮闪八方
Won
2012 Star Awards 2011 (Show 1)
银光闪耀 红星大奖2011
Won
Star Awards 2011 (Show 2)
金碧辉映 红星大奖2011
Nominated
2013 Show 1 Best Variety Research Writer
最佳综艺资料撰稿
Lam Yen Fong
蓝燕芳
Star Awards 2012 (Show 1)
红星大奖2012 光辉大赏
Won
Show 2 Best Variety Special
最佳综艺特备节目
N/A Won
Star Awards 2012 (Show 2)
红星大奖2012 颁奖礼
Nominated
2014 Show 1 Best Variety Producer
最佳综艺编导
Lim Shiong Chiang
林雄强
Star Awards 2013
红星大奖2013
Won
Best Set Design
最佳综艺布景设计奖
Ahyak Yahya Star Awards 2013 (Show 2)
红星大奖2013 颁奖典礼
Won
Show 2 Best Variety Special
最佳综艺特备节目
N/A Won
2015 Show 1 Best Variety Research Writer
最佳综艺资料撰稿
Lin Shih Han
林诗涵
Star Awards 20 (Prelude)
红星大奖20 前奏
Nominated
Best Variety Producer
最佳综艺编导
Gan Bee Khim
颜美琴
Star Awards 20 (Show 2)
红星大奖20 第二场
Nominated
Show 2 Best Variety Special
最佳综艺特备节目
N/A Star Awards 20 (Show 1)
红星大奖20 第一场
Nominated
Star Awards 20 (Show 2)
红星大奖20 第二场
Won
2016 Backstage Best Variety Research Writer
最佳综艺资料撰稿
Jean Toh
卓金云
Star Awards 2015 (Show 2)
红星大奖2015 加利谷颁奖典礼
Nominated
Show 1 Best Variety Special
最佳综艺特备节目
N/A Star Awards 2015 (Show 1)
红星大奖2015 加利谷闪耀星光
Nominated
Star Awards 2015 (Show 2)
红星大奖2015 加利谷颁奖典礼
Nominated
2017 Main Star Awards 2016 (Walk-of-Fame)
红星大奖2016 星光大道
Nominated
Star Awards 2016 (Show 1)
红星大奖2016 颁奖典礼上半场
Nominated
Star Awards 2016 (Show 2)
红星大奖2016 颁奖典礼下半场
Won
2018 Backstage Best Variety Producer
最佳综艺编导
Gan Bee Khim
颜美琴
Star Awards 2017
红星大奖2017
Won
2019 Khow Hwai Teng
邱慧婷
Star Awards 2018
红星大奖2018
Won
Main Best Variety Special
最佳综艺特备节目
N/A Nominated
2021 Main N/A Star Awards 2019
红星大奖2019
Pending

^[I] Each year is linked to the article about the Star Awards held that year.

See also

References

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