The Kansas City Chiefs and 49ers went head to head in Super Bowl LIV, however before everyone’s eyes were on the players, everyone’s eyes were on Demi Lovato who played out the national song of devotion. While numerous individuals bet on the outcomes from the action on the field, there are additionally many prop bets individuals can put their cash on. One of the main prop bets of the game each year is the national song of devotion and SportsLine did their research when it came to setting the line for to what extent she’d take to sing the Star-Spangled Banner.
SportsLine had set the odds at – 220 for the song to go more than two minutes and +180 for the national song of devotion to go under. Lovato went under on the line set before the game.
SportsLine tweeted the unofficial time as 1:50.
While this was Lovato’s first time playing out the song at the Super Bowl, she performed it at other sporting events. She went under two minutes at four of her five past performances, originating from three World Series games and an NFL Thanksgiving game.
Her past performances didn’t promise her going under the time, in any case. Her most recent presentation of the tune at a game came at the Floyd Mayweather versus Conor McGregor battle in 2017 where she clocked in at 2:11.
The Super Bowl is the most-watched program of the year historically, and with everyone’s eyes on the artists, they will, in general, accomplish an extra with the song that makes it require more time than expected, yet this time Lovato was as yet ready to keep it quick.
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