Oscars Betting Odds: Billie Eilish and brother Finneas are 1/7 FAVOURITES to win Best Original Song for SECOND TIME two years on from last win!

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Billie Eilish and brother Finneas O'Connell are the clear favourites to win the Best Original Song Oscar for the second time in their career this year, with OLBG looking at full contenders.

Oscars Betting Odds: Billie Eilish and brother Finneas are 1/7 FAVOURITES to win Best Original Song for SECOND TIME two years on from last win!
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  • Billie Eilish and Finneas are the clear favourites to win this year's Best Original Song Academy Award
  • Barbie movie has two nominations with 'I'm Just Ken' the second favourite in the betting
  • We look at the full nominees for this year's Best Original Song

Billie Eilish and Finneas are the clear favourites to win this year's Best Original Song Academy Award

The 96th Academy Awards are set to take place next month and bookmakers are offering odds on a whole host of categories that will be awarded at the ceremony.

One of those categories is the Best Original Song with Billie Eilish and Finneas now the clear favourites in the betting market at 1/7 to win the award.

Eilish and her brother Finneas have won the Oscar before back in 2022 for the title track to the James Bond movie 'No Time to Die'.

William Hill have 'What Was I Made For?' the heavy favourite to get Eilish and her brother their second Academy Award at this year's show.

Best Original Song - Oscars 2024OddsProbability
Barbie - What Was I Made For?
1/787.5%
Barbie - I'm Just Ken
9/218.2%
KOTFM - Wahzhazhe (A song for My People)
10/19.1%
American Symphony - It Never Went Away
12/17.7%
Flamin' Hot - The Fire Inside
25/13.8%
What the expert says...

Billie Eilish and Finneas are expected to storm their way to the Academy Award for the Best Original Song this year with the latest betting odds putting them as 1/7 favourites for the category!

Jake Ashton - Entertainment Betting Expert - OLBG.com

Barbie movie has two nominations with 'I'm Just Ken' the second favourite in the betting

Barbie looks to have the best chance in the Best Original Song category with the top two songs in the betting market from the movie.

'I'm Just Ken' is a song from the movie performed by Ryan Gosling and Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt and has already won 8 awards during this awards season.

Bookies now put it behind fellow Barbie track 'What Was I Made For?' to win the Best Original Song at this year's show.

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We look at the full nominees for this year's Best Original Song

The full nominees for this year's Best Original Song sees a total of 5 songs nominated for the Academy Awards.

Killer's of the Flower Moon's Wahzhazhe (A song for My People) is the third favourite in the betting market this year.

The nominees below, via Wikipedia, are:

American Symphony"It Never Went Away"Jon Batiste & Dan Wilson (music & lyrics)
Barbie"I'm Just Ken"Mark Ronson & Andrew Wyatt (music & lyrics)
"What Was I Made For?"Billie Eilish & Finneas O'Connell (music & lyrics)
Flamin' Hot"The Fire Inside"Diane Warren (music & lyrics)
Killers of the Flower Moon"Wahzhazhe (A Song for My People)"Scott George (music & lyrics)

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Jake Ashton

Jake Ashton

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Jake is our Senior News Editor and Entertainment Betting Expert with his eyes firmly on Reality TV and other entertainment betting markets that are available. His expertise on these shows means he can write freely with all the key facts about the latest odds that are available on some of the biggest television events of the year.

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