Entertainment Odds: Will Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez break up in 2012? Print
Written by Anthony Rome   
Wednesday, 11 July 2012 13:08

(The Spread) – With their relationship reportedly on the rocks, oddsmakers have released prop odds surrounding the potential break up of Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez.

Will Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez break up in 2012? The odds for “Yes” are EVEN while the odds for “No” are -140, so clearly oddsmakers don’t see a break up in the couple’s future (at least not right now). That should make fans of Gomez and the Biebs happy.

Continuing with some of the entertainment odds for 2012 – Will Anger Management be renewed for a second season on FX? The odds for “Yes” are -140 while the odds for “No” are EVEN. As for American Idol 12, meanwhile, the odds for a male winner is -115 while the odds for a female winner is also -115 on the money line.

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Which gender will win The Voice Season 3? The odds for both male and female is -115, respectively, while the odds for a male winning X Factor USA Season 2 are +120. The odds for a female winning X Factor USA Season 2 are EVEN and the odds for a group winning are +400.

Who will be the winning judge of X Factor USA Season 2? Simon Cowell has odds of +175 while Britney Spears is +225 to win and L.A. Reid is +225 as well. Demi Lovato is the long shot at +450.

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