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ANTE UP: GRAMMY BETTING ODDS

With the show now less than three weeks away, online betting sites have released odds for the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards, and Taylor Swift is expected to have a big night, favored to win Album and Song of the Year. Indeed, female artists are projected to sweep the Big Four categories. The artist most likely to upset distaff dominance on the top tier would be Post Malone for AOY. Ahead of the nominees being announced this past November, The Weeknd was favored to score the most nominations (before being infamously shut out) and Swift was just 12/1 odds to win AOY. Ya just never know.

Originally scheduled for 1/31 before being pushed due to then-raging pandemic conditions in Los Angeles, the big show will air on 3/14 on CBS and be hosted for the first time by Trevor Noah (who was 25/1 odds to host).

Following are the current Grammy odds from SportsBettingDime, which also has the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Dodgers favored to repeat, while Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady are favorites to meet again in next year's Super Bowl, when the latter will be a spry 44. In other oddsmaking news, a HITS editor is heavily favored to nod off while drinking gin out of a coffee cup today.

ALBUM OF THE YEAR WINNER

  1. Folklore (Taylor Swift): 2/5 
    2. Future Nostalgia (Dua Lipa): 3/1
    3. Hollywood's Bleeding (Post Malone): 6/1
    4. Everyday Life (Coldplay): 12/1
    5. Black Pumas (Black Pumas): 20/1
    6. Chilombo (Jhene Aiko): 20/1
    7. Djesse Vol. 3 (Jacob Collier): 20/1
    8. Women in Music Pt. III (Haim): 20/1

    RECORD OF THE YEAR WINNER

    1. "Don't Start Now" (Dua Lipa): 25/9
    2. "Savage" (Megan Thee Stallion f/ Beyoncé): 4/1
    3. "Black Parade" (Beyoncé): 8/1
    4. "Everything I Wanted" (Billie Eilish): 10/1
    5. "Circles" (Post Malone): 12/1
    6. "Rockstar" (DaBaby f/ Roddy Rich): 14/1
    7. "Say So" (Doja Cat): 14/1
    8. "Colors" (Black Pumas): 25/1

    SONG OF THE YEAR WINNER

    1. "Cardigan" (Taylor Swift): 4/5
    2. "Don't Start" Now (Dua Lipa): 7/2
    3. "Black Parade" (Beyoncé): 5/1
    4. "I Can't Breathe" (H.E.R.): 7/1
    5. "Everything I Wanted" (Billie Eilish): 9/1
    6. "Circles" (Post Malone): 10/1
    7. "The Box" (Roddy Rich): 12/1
    8. "If the World Was Ending" (JP Saxe f/ Julia Michaels): 16/1

    BEST NEW ARTIST WINNER

    1. Megan Thee Stallion: 1/4
    2. Doja Cat: 5/1
    3. Phoebe Bridgers: 5/1
    4. Ingrid Andress: 14/1
    5. Noah Cyrus: 14/1
    6. Kaytranada: 16/1
    7. D Smoke: 25/1
    8. Chika: 33/1

Preview photo by Markus Spiske from Pexels

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