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Grammys Odds Predict Big Night for Olivia Rodrigo




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–Bookies Expect Rodrigo to Win At Least Best New Artist and Song of the Year–

Olivia Rodrigo is the odds-on favorite to win two of three major categories at the 2022 Grammys, according to betting aggregators (See Disclaimer Below). Rodrigo’s Driver’s License is the 3/5 favorite to win Song of the Year (62.5% implied probability), and she’s the 1/10 favorite to win Best New Artist (90.9%) implied probability. 

“The odds are predicting a huge night for Olivia Rodrigo, as the breakout star is expected to win at least two major awards,” says a US-Bookies spokesperson.

Along with being the odds-on favorite to win Song of the Year and Best New Artist, Rodrigo is just behind Billie Eilish in the Album of the Year odds.

US-Bookies Spokesperson

Billie Eilish’s Happier Than Ever is the 17/10 favorite to win Album of the Year (37% implied probability), improving from 7/2 (22.2%) since nominations were announced. Olivia Rodrigo’s Sour also improved from 4/1 (20%) to 12/5 (29.4%), putting her close behind Eilish. 

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Billie Eilish also follows Olivia Rodrigo in Song of the Year odds. Eilish’s Happier Than Ever has 7/2 odds to win (22.2%) 

Odds to Win 2022 Grammys:

Album of the Year

Billie Eilish – Happier Than Ever: 17/10

Olivia Rodrigo – Sour: 12/5

Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga – Love for Sale: 11/2

Taylor Swift – Evermore: 16/1

Lil Nas X – Montero: 33/1

Song of the Year

Olivia Rodrigo – Driver’s License: 3/5

Billie Eilish – Happier Than Ever: 7/2

Silk Sonic – Leave the Door Open: 20/1

Lil Nas X – Montero (Call Me By Your Name): 33/1

HER – Fight for You: 40/1

Best New Artist

Olivia Rodrigo: 1/10

Finneas: 16/1

The Kid LAROI: 25/1

Saweetie: 33/1

Japanese Breakfast: 50/1

Disclaimer: The odds posted in this article are for illustrative purposes only, as wagering on such props is not currently legal in any U.S. state. The data was based on betting markets offered by UK/European/worldwide operators regulated in jurisdictions where wagering on these props is legal.