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FHM Sexiest Woman 2015: Special Betting Markets at William HillPublished December 31, 2014 by Amir G
Will Prince Harry get married? Who'll star in Celebrity Big Brother 2015? Answer these cardinal questions with a wager with William Hill's New Years special markets.
As the world waves goodbye to 2014, online sportsbook William Hill Sports is taking a look at the year that passed by and the expectations for 2015. Every New Years Hill offers special markets with which punters can place predictions for the upcoming year. Here are a few interesting special markets for 2015.
FHM Sexiest Woman of the Year
Every March, UK men's magazine FHM rates the sexiest women of the year. Leading the list of contestants for 2015 is actress Michelle Kegan with 4/1 to be elected to lead the list, followed by Academy-award winner Jennifer Lawrence with 6/1. Noticeable entries include Kate Upton, Mila Kunis and Rihanna who all share 14/1 odds, Scarlet Johansson with 16/1 and Emma Watson and Gal Gadot sharing 33/1.
Celebrity Big Brother 2015
UK's Celebrity Big Brother launches January 7th and host Emma Willis heated things up saying that this year's celebs could make the season the best the series has seen yet. William Hill's list reflects the rumors with markets on the likes of celeb-blogger Perez Hilton (20/1), singer Janet Jackson (16/1), singer/actor Duncan James (10/1) and actor/presenter Keith Chegwin who is leading with 7/1 odds.
What about Prince Harry?
With his older brother expecting a second child, Prince Harry is still a bachelor. The 30-year-old prince split up with his girlfriend Cressida Bonas after almost two years of relationship back in April, and the UK is interested to see the redheaded son of royalty courting a wife. Currently Prince Harry is 3/1 to get married in 2015.
Other interesting specials for New Years include markets on the 2015 Oscars, Golden Globes and Grammys, a "Next Bond" market and weather specials such as "Big Ben to fail to chime for weather reasons". If you've got predictions for 2015 don't get carried in thoughts – put it to the test with William Hill's special markets.