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Christina Aguilera National Anthem Super Bowl Bet: Latest Odds

Written by:
Jordan Bach
Published on:
Feb/06/2011
Christina Aguilera National Anthem Super Bowl Bet

The Christina Aguilera National Anthem bet promises to be among the most popular at the 2011 Super Bowl.  Last year’s Jennifer Hudson rendition was especially popular.

The odds are on how long it takes her to sing the National Anthem and how long she holds the note BRAVE at the end of the Star Spangled Banner.

The Christina Aguilera National Anthem Super Bowl bet was available at Sportsbook.com here.

Super Bowl XLV - How Long will it take Christina Aguilera to Sing the Star Spangled Banner (from starting note to last note sung)

02/06/11        198      Over 1 Minute and 54 Seconds

            -240                OFF                 OFF                                                                                         

18:25 ET                    Under 1 Minute and 54 Seconds

            +170               OFF                 OFF    

Super Bowl XLV - How Long will Christina Aguilera Hold the Note BRAVE at the End of the Star Spangled Banner

02/06/11        210      Over 6 Seconds

            -160                OFF                 OFF                                       

18:25 ET                    Under 6 Seconds

            +120               OFF                 OFF    

Gambling911.com recommends watching clips of Aguilera singing the National Anthem on YouTube.com.

- Jordan Bach, gambling911.com

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