Blake Shelton has called The Voice’s Christina Aguilera one of the “greatest female vocalists of all time,” but does she have the credentials to live up to this title?  

Xtina has raked in numerous Billboard Music, BMI, and MTV VMA awards, but how many Grammy Awards has the singer won?

Out of 17 nominations, Christina has won four Grammys.

Her first was in 2000 for Best New Artist, followed by her Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals for 2002’s “Lady Marmalade.”

In 2004, she picked up her third Grammy for her hit song “Beautiful,” and her most recent Grammy was in 2007 for “Ain’t No Other Man.”

This past year Xtina was nominated for two Grammys — one for the song “Moves Like Jagger” that she recorded with Adam Levine and Maroon 5, and the second for her vocals on the Burlesque soundtrack.

Wondering how “Genie in a Bottle” didn’t win Best Female Pop Vocal Performance back in 2000? It lost out to Sarah McLachlan’s “I Will Remember You.” Seriously, the sad dog commercial song?

Do you think Christina deserves more Grammys?


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