The awards show is based on how fans want to do it, so you can vote on Twitter or vote on the American Music Awards website.
Today, we’re going to break down a few awards and discuss who should walk away as winners, so let’s dive right into the entertainment odds for this year’s show.
Artist of the year
It looks like it’s going to be a landslide with the nominees at odds:
- Drake (+1400)
- The Weekend (+1200)
- Adele (+1000)
- Beyonce (+800)
- Bad Rabbit (+300)
- Harry Styles (+250)
- Taylor Swift (-170)
It seems a bit unfair, but Taylor Swift released her self-titled 10th studio album on October 21. midnight, So he grabbed public attention by breaking album sales records.
Harry Styles had a run at Madison Square Garden where he had a 15-night run, but that sort of thing isn’t going to sway the polls like brand new music.
The Taylor Swift situation
You also have the whole situation with Taylor Swift now officially owning her music and fans supporting her by listening to all the re-released versions she re-recorded to get their ownership status.
Swift has been popular music on radio All year long so goes with Taylor Swift (-170) to be named AMA Artist of the Year.
Cooperation of the year
There are five nominations for this year’s Collaboration of the Year Award and they are:
- Stand by The Kid LAROI and Justin Bieber (-200).
- Industry Baby by Lil Nas X & Jack Harlow (+250).
- We do not talk about Bruno by Adasa and others (+450).
- Cold Heart by Dua Lipa & Elton John (+800).
- Wait for You by Future, Drake and Thames (+1200)
Betting on entertainment means you have to rule out some nominees because they probably won’t be awarded, and Wait You and Cold Heart look like they’ll be thrown into the ban here.
We Don’t Talk About is a classic song from Bruno Disney’s Encanto, and I don’t think many people have heard the song and considered it as mainstream as the other songs.
It’s going to be a close one, but I believe Lil Nas X and Jack Harlow fans are more likely to vote this song as Bieber F.ans may share votes with some other songs Those are nominated, so go with Lil Nas X and Jack Harlow’s Industry Baby (+250) to win the American Music Award for Collaboration of the Year.
Favorite Soundtrack is one of the more interesting awards, as there are many tough choices this year The nominees are:
- Sing 2 (+1000)
- Elvis (+800)
- Stranger Things (+450)
- Top Gun: Maverick (+350)
- Encanto (-265)
There’s an interesting point here because Encanto and Stranger Things were only released on Disney+ and Netflix, while the other three were released in theaters, meaning people were more likely to watch the movie or show at home than spend money. Movie theater
Top Songs: Maverick made some entertaining headlines with Miles Teller’s rendition of the late Jerry Lee Lucas’ “Great Ball of Fire,” as well as Lady Gaga’s two originals, “Hold My Hand” and “I’m Not Worried.” One republic.
But the other songs don’t seem to win as the soundtrack is not that appealing.
Encanto Beating the Odds
However, Encanto is a heavy favorite to win this award, and with 32 songs listed on their soundtrack, it’s hard to argue that the Latin pop sound emanating from the soundtrack makes it the dominant music while soundtracks like Elvis are more justified. Legendary song.
You have to think The generation that is voting for this award And understand that Encanto will probably win the Favorite Soundtrack award at the 2022 American Music Awards
Follow us if you love sports and want more sports betting information @InsidersBetDig Sign up on Twitter and our mailing list for free betting picks.