- Mary J Blige has -300 odds to show cleavage during the halftime show.
- Blige has only performed twice since the start of 2021.
LOS ANGELES – The Halftime show at Super Bowl 56 is expected to be one of the best in history. It will be highlighted by Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, Kendrick Lamar, and Mary J Blige.
While legal online sportsbooks offer a handful of betting odds on the halftime show, one set of odds in particular sticks out and that is if the wonderful Mary J Blige will be showing cleavage at all during the halftime performance.
Will Mary J Blige Show Cleavage At The Halftime Show?
- Yes -300
- No +200
Will Mary J Blige’s Performance Have A View?
While some might be thinking these Super Bowl halftime odds are not worth the risk, there is certainly money to be made here. Looking at some of Blige’s past concerts, she has been known to show cleavage in her performances.
She has only performed two times since the start of 2021 and in both performances, she was seen wearing low-cut shirts. Something else to take note of is the genre of music that Blige is in which is hip hop and r&b. Most female performers in that genre tend to show cleavage during their live performances.
Another way to gauge if Blige will show cleavage or not is by looking at past Super Bowl Halftime show performances by women and see if they showed cleavage in their performances or not. Since 2012, there have been 10 women that have taken the stage at the Halftime Show.
Of the 10 female artists that performed the Halftime show since 2012, five of them showed cleavage during their sets. The most recent cleavage showing was in 2020 at Super Bowl 54 when both Shakira and Jennifer Lopez showed cleavage throughout their performance.
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