ARIA Awards 2021: Amy Shark reflects on losing in all six categories

Amy Shark reflects on disappointing ARIAs night after being nominated in six categories but failing to win a single award

Amy Shark has reflected on failing to win an ARIA Award during Wednesday night’s ceremony despite being nominated in six categories. 

The I Said Hi singer, 35, shared a gallery of photos to Instagram of herself in a rooftop garden alongside a heavy-hearted caption. 

‘Well, lost all my nominated categories but I feel privileged to perform at one the most beautiful spots in the world,’ she wrote. 

Gracious: Amy Shark has reflected on failing to win an ARIA Award during Wednesday night’s ceremony despite being nominated in six categories

Despite her disappointment, she was gracious in congratulating the winners of the categories and also thanked her peers for recognising her with nominations. 

‘Congratulations to the incredible winners tonight and thank you so much and the industry for the recognition,’ she wrote.

‘Australian music is hot right now and I’m proud to be part of it. By the way, how beautiful are these f**king flowers!’

'I feel privileged': Despite her disappointment, she was gracious in congratulating the winners of the categories and also thanked her peers for recognising her with nominations

‘I feel privileged’: Despite her disappointment, she was gracious in congratulating the winners of the categories and also thanked her peers for recognising her with nominations

The Everybody Rise star performed at this year’s awards show, in addition to being nominated for an impressive six ARIAs. 

The indie-pop hitmaker was nominated after the release of her sophomore album, Cry Forever, in April.

She was up for Song of the Year, Album of the Year, Best Artist, Best Pop Release, Best Video and Best Australian Live Act. 

Nominations: Amy was up for Song of the Year, Album of the Year, Best Artist, Best Pop Release, Best Video and Best Australian Live Act

Nominations: Amy was up for Song of the Year, Album of the Year, Best Artist, Best Pop Release, Best Video and Best Australian Live Act

Amy said that any time she is up for a live award she always tells her band: ‘Let’s try and win that one.’ 

Interestingly she was nominated in that category despite her Cry Forever tour being cut short due to the Covid pandemic.

Her tour is scheduled to resume in 2022.

Star: Interestingly she was nominated in the Best Australian Live Act category despite her Cry Forever tour being cut short due to the Covid pandemic

Star: Interestingly she was nominated in the Best Australian Live Act category despite her Cry Forever tour being cut short due to the Covid pandemic

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