The Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance was a Grammy Award recognizing superior vocal performance by a female in the pop category, the first of which was presented in 1959. It was discontinued after the 2011 Grammy season, the award went to the artist. Singles or tracks only are eligible, from 2012, all solo performances in the pop category were shifted to the newly formed Best Pop Solo Performance category. Years reflect the year in which the Grammy Awards were presented, Most Wins in Category Most Nominations Other facts Mariah Carey is the only artist to receive the six consecutive nominations in this category and she won for Vision of Love among them. Beyoncé is the only artist in this category to have the songs in different versions nominated, with Halo studio version. The studio version of this song won in 2010, ella Fitzgeralds Mack The Knife and Sarah McLachlans I Will Remember You are the only live songs that won this category. Ella Fitzgerald is the most winner in consecutive years, with four, lady Gaga is the last recipient of the award after the category was renamed as Best Pop Solo Performance
Ella Fitzgerald was the first recipient of the Award, in total she was a five-time award winner and fourth consecutive award winner.
Twelve-time nominee received the most nominations in this category, including five-time award winner Barbra Streisand
Eight-time nominee, including one-time award winner Mariah Carey