- The OVER 8.5 songs performed is a heavy favorite with -230 odds.
- Snoop Dogg is a +190 betting underdog to smoke on stage.
- Eminem’s performance has -180 odds to be censored at any point.
LOS ANGELES – The halftime show of the Super Bowl has its own fan base and also has its own betting odds.
Super Bowl 56 Halftime Show Performance Odds
Among all of the legal sports betting sites odds, some of the halftime show odds can be the most predictable. The group of Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar and Mary J. Blige has a total of 8.5 total songs performed.
Halftime Show Songs Performed Odds
- OVER 8.5 -230
- UNDER 8.5 +170
With five performers, the 8.5-song total wouldn’t even total two songs for each performer. Sure, some will perform some songs together but there is a -230 line on the OVER for a reason. It’s tough to picture a scenario where there are eight or fewer songs.
Halftime Show Football Prop Odds
- Yes +300
- No -450
None of the performers really seem like the people to use a football as a prop just due to it being the corniest option of all props. That being said, +300 odds may be worth a risk as it is the most common prop.
Super Bowl 56 Halftime Show Individual Prop Bets
Those betting on the NFL may find the best bet of the entire game is whether Snoop Dogg will smoke on stage. He’s given underdog odds but could very well cash in for bettors.
Halftime Show – Will Snoop Dogg Smoke On Stage Odds
- Yes +190
- No -260
Considering marijuana is legal in California for recreational use, it seems as if Snoop Dogg would be a lock to smoke on stage given his history. However, for some reason, he is given underdog odds.
Halftime Show – Will Eminem’s Performance Be Censored Odds
- Yes -180
- No +135
The bet states that the sound must be intentionally cut or bleeped during Eminem’s performance for the bet to graded a winner. Given Eminem’s lyrics, unless the TV broadcast plans on letting all words through, this should be an easy -180 bet.
Halftime Show – Will There Be A Wardrobe Malfunction Odds
- Yes +1000
- No -4000
Even though everybody remembers when a wardrobe malfunction happens, they simply don’t happen nearly enough for the +1000 odds to be worth the risk. Plus, with the group performing most likely not wearing anything too crazy, it’s hard to see anything unforeseen happening.
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