2023 Grammys Betting Odds: Beyonce has a 44% CHANCE of winning Album of the Year according to bookies after Grammy nominations are announced!

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2023 Grammys Betting Odds: Beyonce has a 44% CHANCE of winning Album of the Year according to bookies after Grammy nominations are announced!

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  • Beyonce is the 5/4 favourite to win Album of the Year at the 2023 Grammys
  • Adele a contender to win the award at 2/1 after winning it for '25' back in 2017
  • 3 Album of the Year 2023 Grammys Contenders

Beyonce is the betting favourite to be the Album of the Year at next year's Grammy's

Grammy nominations have been announced for the 2023 ceremony including the coveted Album of the Year award and bookies give odds on who will win.

Superstar singer Beyonce is the betting favourite at 5/4 to win the Grammy for Album of the Year in what could be a massive night for her next year.

Beyonce is nominated for a massive 9 awards at the ceremony which puts her tied with husband Jay-Z as the most nominated artist in Grammys history with 88 overall.

GRAMMYs Album of the Year 2023 Odds Probability
Beyonce - Renaissance
5/4 44.4%
Adele - 30 2/1 33.3%
ABBA - Voyage 5/1 16.7%
Kendrick Lemar - Mr. Morale and the Big Steppers 15/2 11.8%
Lizzo - Special 11/1 8.3%

ABBA's long awaited return is given a 16% chance of winning Album of the Year at the 2023 Grammy awards and would be a massive shock.

Lizzo is an outsider in the betting market at 11/1 but her outstanding album 'Special' could well put her in contention.

Beyonce is has a 44% chance of winning the Album of the Year at the 2023 Grammys in which she has a massive 9 total nominations!

Steve Madgwick - Entertainment Betting Expert - OLBG.com

Adele a contender to win the award at 2/1 after winning it for '25' back in 2017

The big story in this category looks to be Beyonce vs Adele again with both singers at the top of the betting market for the award.

Adele beat Beyonce for Album of the Year back in 2017 with her album '25' and should be hoping for the same here but maybe not in typical Adele fashion.

On the night she beat Beyonce to that award, Adele said "I can't possibly accept this award. I'm very humbled and very grateful and gracious but my life is Beyonce".

After Adele's win her award accidentally snapped in half and she then jokingly offered to give Beyonce half of it as a shared award.

3 Album of the Year 2023 Grammys Contenders

1. ‘Renaissance’ by Beyonce

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Released: July 29, 2022

Beyonce still awaits her first ‘best album; award after three previous standalone nominations, and as a guest on another. She still holds the record for the most awarded female at the Grammys with 28, which is sure yet to grow, and maybe this year will see her premier Best Album award.

2. ’30’ by Adele

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Released: November 19, 2021

Adele has twice won this award with the albums ‘21’ and ‘25’ and is eyeing a hat trick with the latest blockbuster ‘30’ With 18 Grammy awards to her name already she is the most successful british female at the Grammys

3. ‘Harry’s House’ by Harry Styles

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Released: May 20, 2022

Another UK representative is Harry Styles who won his first grammy back in 2021 for Best pop Solo Performance. Winning Album of the year would take the former One Direction member up yet another status notch in the US music industry, and special as this is his first ever nomination in this category.

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