- Super Bowl 57 Halftime Show odds have been released at Bovada, with players getting long odds on Rihanna to perform her top song “We Found Love” first.
- Legal Halftime Show betting sites have set the line for the number of songs to be performed at 9.5, with over a strong bet with -120 odds.
- Halftime Show specials at Bovada offer unique bets on Rihanna’s performance, with the best bets being on Rihanna to get censored and on A$AP Rocky making an appearance.
PHOENIX – Rihanna halftime show props have begun popping up on legal sports betting sites, with odds ranging from the first song she sings to the total number of songs.
First Halftime Show Song Odds
- What’s My Name +300
- Lift Me Up +450
- Don’t Stop The Music +500
- Umbrella +500
- We Found Love +800
- Where Have You Been +800
- Diamonds +1200
- Higher +1200
- Needed Me +1500
- Rude Boy +1500
- Hate That I Love You +2000
- Work +2000
- Unfaithful +2500
Betting on the First Song of the Super Bowl Halftime Show
Super Bowl betting sites have listed “What’s My Name” as the betting favorite to be the first Rihanna will sing with +300 odds.
Using the all-time Rihanna song rankings at Billboard, there may be better bets as to which song she will sing.
Billboard Rankings of the Top Rihanna Songs
- We Found Love – Rihanna featuring Calvin Harris +800
- Live Your Life – T.I. featuring Rihanna N/A
- Love The Way You Lie – Eminem featuring Rihanna N/A
- Work – Rihanna featuring Drake +2000
- Umbrella – Rihanna featuring Jay-Z +500
Among the five most popular songs that Rihanna has performed, bettors can get long odds on three of them.
With “We Found Love” ranking as Rihanna’s most popular on Billboard, it is likely the best bet as the first song that RiRi will sing with +800 odds at Bovada.
Number Of Songs In Rihanna’s Set
Legal sports betting sites have set the line for the number of songs that Rihanna will perform at 9.5, with both the over and under having -120 odds.
Number of Songs Performed at the Super Bowl Halftime Show Odds
- Over 9.5 -120
- Under 9.5 -120
Three trends suggest that the over is the best bet for the Super Bowl Halftime number of songs performed:
- Three of the past five Super Bowl Halftime Show performances have gone over 9.5 songs, with only The Weeknd in 2021 and Maroon 5/Travis Scott/Big Boi in 2019 going under.
- The average number of songs performed at halftime of the Super Bowl has risen over time, as the past five performances have averaged 10.8 songs compared to just 6 from 2000 to 2017.
- Rihanna has had 14 Billboard number-one songs throughout her career, having been the main performer for eleven of those songs.
Super Bowl Halftime Show Specials
Bovada is also offering a wide variety of Super Bowl Halftime Show specials.
Special Bets for the Super Bowl Halftime Show
- Rihanna To Confirm That Her Lyrics Were Censored By NFL -105
- A$AP Rocky To Appear On Stage During Rihanna’s Performance +300
- Drake To Appear On Stage During Rihanna’s Performance +400
- Rihanna To Suffer A Wardrobe Malfunction During Her Performance +500
- Jay Z To Appear On Stage During Rihanna’s Performance +600
Rihanna has been critical of the NFL in the past, so much so that she even declined to perform at Super Bowl back in 2019.
With Rihanna’s willingness to be critical of the NFL already having been shown, it is likely a good bet with -105 odds that she confirms that she was censored by the NFL.
The best bet of the rest of the Super Bowl 57 Halftime Show props at Bovada is likely on A$AP Rocky appearing on stage with +300 odds:
- Rihanna and A$AP Rocky have been in a relationship since 2020, even having a child together last year. They clearly like each other enough to perform together.
- Rihanna and A$SAP Rocky have a history of performing together, dating back to the MTV VMAs in 2012. Rocky also performed on tour with Rihanna in 2013.
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