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Punters Have Faith In George Michael To Date Bieber


Tuesday 22, January 2012
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Punters Have Faith In George Michael To Date Bieber

It seems that punters with online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au are buying into ‘I Want Your Sex’ singer George Michael to be the next partner of Justin Bieber.

Initially an outsider, Michael’s odds have firmed dramatically from $201 into $51 after he attracted the equal most bets of any person in the market alongside Carly Rae Jepsen ($11).

Following her public breakup with One Direction member Harry Styles, Taylor Swift is now leading the market ($4.00), with the woman at the centre of Beiber and Gomez’s break up, Barbara Pavlin’s odds drifting from $2.75 out to $5.00.

Other notable inclusions to the market are young Hollywood starlets Kylie and Kendall Jenner, priced at $9.00 and $10 respectively.

“From the infamous Paris Hilton sex tape to Charlie Sheen’s painfully public meltdown, a relationship between Bieber and Michael wouldn’t be the most shocking news story to hit the scandalous streets of Tinsletown,” said sportsbet.com.au’s Brigitte Lowsby.

Market courtesy of sportsbet.com.au
Justin Bieber’s next partner

$4.00 Taylor Swift (in from $5.00)
$5.00 Barbara Palvin (out from $2.75)
$9.00 Kylie Jenner
$10 Kendall Jenner
$11 Carly Rae Jepsen (out from $9.00)
$11 Rihanna
$13 Sarah Hyland (out from $10)
$15 Lea Michele (out from $13)
$17 Katy Perry (steady)
$17 Kristen Stewart (out from $8.00)
$21 Pippa Middleton (out from $15)
$21 Emma Stone (out from $19)
$26 Nicki Minaj (steady)
$34 Miley Cyrus (steady)
$41 Mila Kunis (steady)
$51 George Michael (in from $201)
$81 Lara Bingle (steady)
$101 Mariah Carey (steady)
$501 Mariah Yeater

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