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Eminem Hair Color Prop Bet - Super Bowl Halftime Show - 2022

Written by:
Mary Montgomery
Published on:
Feb/12/2022

Yes you can bet the color of Eminem's hair when he performs Sunday in the Halftime Show of this year's Super Bowl.

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Brown or Black    -150 the favorite

White or Blonde    +135 pays $13.50 for every $10 bet

Any other color    +500 pays $50 for every $10 bet

Additionally there are odds on the Color of Snoop Dogg's Shoes:

Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show - Color of Snoop Dogg's shoes at Halftime?Moneyline

Blue    +250

Yellow or Gold    +300

Black    +350

White    +500

Grey or Silver    +600

Orange    +800

Green    +1000

Purple    +1000

Red    +1200

Pink    +1600

As well as whether Mary J. Blige will show cleavage.

FIND MORE HALFTIME SHOW PROP BETS HERE

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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