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2022 Grammy Odds: Olivia Rodrigo Leads the Way

Jon Batiste is the most-nominated artist at Sunday’s ceremony, but who is favored to take home the night’s most coveted awards? Boardroom examines the odds.

The 64th Grammy Awards are overtaking the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Sunday night. The hype for event, delayed and relocated for a second year due to COVID-19, is heating up.

Betting odds are fluctuating fast, as all of the categories were expanded to 10 nominees at the last minute.

The biggest showdown, though, will be between Olivia Rodrigo and Billie Eilish. The latter became just the second-ever artist to sweep the Big Four categories back in 2020. Now, Rodrigo is eyeing the same feat and boasts seven nominations overall.

Below are the lines for many of the major categories as of Friday, according to My Bookie.

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Album of the Year

Olivia Rodrigo (Sour): -110
Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga (Love For Sale): +400
Billie Eilish (Happier Than Ever): +600
Lil Nas X (Montero): +750
Taylor Swift (Evermore): +800
Doja Cat (Planet Her): +1000
Kanye West (Donda): +2000
H.E.R. (Back of My Mind): +2200
Jon Batiste (We Are): +3500
Justin Bieber (Justice): +4000

Record of the Year

Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga (“I Get a Kick Out of You”): +150
Olivia Rodrigo (“Drivers License”): +200
Billie Eilish (“Happier Than Ever”): +350
Silk Sonic (“Leave The Door Open”): +500
Lil Nas X (“Montero”): +800
Doja Cat Ft. SZA (“Kiss Me More”): +1500
ABBA (“I Still Have Faith in You”): +3500
Justin Bieber feat. Daniel Ceasar & GIVĒON (“Peaches”): +4000
Brandi Carlile (“Right On Time”): +4500
Jon Batiste (“Freedom”): +5000

Song of the Year

Olivia Rodrigo (“Drivers License”): -140
Billie Eilish (“Happier Tan Ever”): +300
Silk Sonic (“Leave The Door Open”): +650
Lil Nas X (“Montero”): +1000
Doja Cat feat. SZA (“Kiss Me More”): +1500
H.E.R. (“Fight For You”): +2200
Justin Bieber feat. Daniel Ceasar & GIVĒON (“Peaches”): +3000
Ed Sheeran (“Bad Habits”): +3000
Brandi Carlile (“Right On Time”): +4000
Alicia Keys & Brandi Carlile (“A Beautiful Noise”): +4500

Best New Artist

Olivia Rodrigo: -800
The Kid LAROI: +1000
Arlo Parks: +1500
Glass Animals: +2000
Saweetie: +2300
Finneas: +2500
Baby Keem: +3000
Jimmie Allen: +4000
Japanese Breakfast: +5000
Arooj Aftab: +5000

While Jon Batiste is the most-nominated artist at 11 nods, Rodrigo has made major waves withSour — capturing Gen Z and Tik Tok. After Batiste, the nomination field is crowded at the top with seven nominations each for Eilish and Rodrigo, as well as eight apiece for Bieber, Doja Cat and H.E.R.

Hosted by Trevor Noah, it will be interesting to see who comes out on top on music‘s biggest night. All we can say for now? “May the odds be ever in your favor.”

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