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Bieber To Be Thrown In The Slammer?

William Hill have looked into the PG Tips leaves to try to price up what may or may not happen in the celebrity world in 2015. Some of the prices are realistic (Simon Cowell to return as judge to the X Factor – 1/3), some not so likely (Piers Morgan to replace Nick Hewer on the Apprentice).

Justin Bieber has grabbed a lot of 2014’s headlines for his ridiculous behaviour and he is 5/6 to be arrested next year.

“Blonde’s are said to have more fun, but in Bieber’s case, his new locks could just bring with them the same scandal that has dogged him throughout this year,” said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly.

2015 could also be a big year for Brits in Tinseltown and Eddie Redmayne and Benedict Cumberbatch are hotly tipped or Oscar wins with the former 11/8 for Best Actor and the latter 11/2.

Michelle Keegan is the 4/1 favourite to win FHM’s sexiest woman accolade, while her and her beau, Mark Wright, are 2/1 to have a baby in 2015.

NOVELTY SPECIALS 2015

1/3 Simon Cowell to be a Permanent X Factor Judge
1/3 Strictly Come Dancing Judging Panel to remain the same
1/2 Fleur East to have a UK no. 1 single in 2015
5/6 Justin Bieber to be arrested
4/7 Ben Haenow to have a UK no 1 single in 2015 (not inc. winners single)
4/6 Male Winner of The Apprentice
EVS X Factor UK 2015 Winner to have 2015 Xmas No. 1
11/10 Female Winner of the Apprentice
5/4 Ben Haenow to be dropped by Simon Cowell’s record label by end of 2015
6/4 UK to have the hottest year on record.
2/1 Mark Wright & Michelle Keegan to have a baby
5/2 Male contestant to win Big Brother & Celebrity Big Brother (Jan Edition)
3/1 X Factor Judging Panel to remain the same
3/1 Prince Harry to get married
3/1 Nick Grimshaw to quit as host of Radio 1 Breakfast Show
4/1 William & Kate 2nd child to be called Elizabeth
8/1 UK to have the Wettest year on Record
8/1 White Christmas in London (Heathrow) in 2015
10/1 X Factor not to return to UK screens in 2015
10/1 UK Summer temperature to exceed 100f
12/1 Ant & Dec to announce they are no longer working together
14/1 David Beckham to be awarded a knighthood
14/1 UK record Summer temperature to be broken (38.5c)
16/1 Cheryl Fernandez-Versini to be announced as FHM Sexiest Woman 2015
21/1 William & Kate’s 2nd child to be born on the Queen’s Birthday
25/1 Elgin marbles complete collection to be given back to Greece permanently
25/1 EastEnders to be axed by the BBC
33/1 United Kingdom to win Eurovision
33/1 Coronation Street to be axed by ITV
40/1 United Kingdom to score “Nil Point” at Eurovision
50/1 Big Ben to fail to chime for Weather related reasons
100/1 Piers Morgan to replace Nick Hewer on the Apprentice
100/1 Confirmed sighting of Loch Ness Monster
250/1 Conclusive proof of Yeti / Big Foot authenticated in 2015
250/1 Conclusive proof of Tasmanian Tiger authenticated in 2015
500/1 Pope to confirm second coming by end of 2015

WILLIAM HILL OSCAR ODDS

Best Picture

2/9 Boyhood, 11/2 The Imitation Game, 8/1 Selma, 9/1 Birdman, 10/1 Unbroken, 14/1 The Theory of Everything, 20/1 Foxcatcher, 33/1 A Most Violent Year, 33/1 American Sniper, 33/1 Interstellar, 33/1 Whiplash, 50/1 Gone Girl, 50/1 Into The Woods, 50/1 The Grand Budapest Hotel, 66/1 Big Eyes, 66/1 Fury, 66/1 Inherent Vice, 66/1 Mr Turner, 66/1 Nightcrawler, 66/1 Rosewater, 80/1 Suite Francaise, 80/1 Trash, 80/1 Wild.

Best Director

1/6 Richard Linklater – Boyhood, 9/2 Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu – Birdman, 14/1 Angelina Jolie – Unbroken, 14/1 Ava DuVernay – Selma, 14/1 David Fincher - Gone Girl, 16/1 Bennett Miller – Foxcatcher, 16/1 Christopher Nolan – Interstellar, 20/1 Morten Tyldum - The Imitation Game, 33/1 Clint Eastwood - American Sniper, 33/1 Damien Chazelle – Whiplash, 33/1 J.C. Chandor - A Most Violent Year, 33/1 James Marsh - The Theory of Everything, 33/1 Wes Anderson - The Grand Budapest Hotel, 40/1 David Ayer – Fury, 40/1 Jean-Marc Vallee – Wild, 40/1 Mike Leigh - Mr Turner, 40/1 Paul Thomas Anderson - Inherent Vice, 40/1 Wash Westmoreland & Richard Glatzer - Still Alice, 50/1 Rob Marshall - Into the Woods, 50/1 Tim Burton - Big Eyes.

Best Actor

4/6 Michael Keaton – Birdman, 11/8 Eddie Redmayne - The Theory of Everything, 11/2 Benedict Cumberbatch - The Imitation Game, 12/1 David Oyelowo – Selma, 14/1 Steve Carell – Foxcatcher, 25/1 Jack O'Connell – Unbroken, 25/1 Jake Gyllenhaal – Nightcrawler, 25/1 Timothy Spall - Mr Turner, 40/1 Ellar Coltrane – Boyhood, 50/1 Brad Pitt – Fury, 50/1 Joaquin Phoenix - Inherent Vice, 50/1 Mark Wahlberg - The Gambler, 50/1 Matthew McConaughey – Interstellar, 50/1 Ralph Fiennes - The Grand Budapest Hotel, 50/1 Tom Hardy – Locke, 66/1 Ben Affleck - Gone Girl, 66/1 Bill Hader - The Skeleton Twins, 66/1 Bill Murray - St Vincent, 66/1 Bradley Cooper - American Sniper, 66/1 Brendan Gleeson – Calvary, 66/1 Chadwick Boseman - Get on Up, 66/1 Channing Tatum – Foxcatcher, 66/1 Gael Garcia Bernal – Rosewater, 66/1 Jeremy Renner - Kill The Messenger, 66/1 Oscar Isaac - A Most Violent Year, 66/1 Philip Seymour Hoffman - A Most Wanted Man, 80/1 Miles Teller – Whiplash, 100/1 Al Pacino - The Humbling, 100/1 Alfred Molina - Love is Strange, 100/1 Chris Rock - Top Five, 100/1 Christian Bale - Exodus: Gods and Kings, 100/1 Colin Firth - Magic in the Moonlight, 100/1 James Corden - Into the Woods, 100/1 James McAvoy - The Disappearance Eleanor Rigby, 100/1 John Hawkes - Low Down, 100/1 John Lithgow - Love is Strange, 100/1 Viggo Mortensen - The Two Faces of January.

Best Actress

1/6 Julianne Moore - Still Alice, 9/2 Reese Witherspoon – Wild, 10/1 Amy Adams - Big Eyes, 11/1 Rosamund Pike - Gone Girl, 12/1 Felicity Jones - The Theory of Everything, 14/1 Jennifer Aniston – Cake, 25/1 Marion Cotillard - Two Days, One Night, 33/1 Hilary Swank - The Homesman, 40/1 Jessica Chastain - A Most Violent Year, 40/1 Mia Wasikowska – Tracks, 50/1 Anne Dorval – Mommy, 50/1 Anne Hathaway – Interstellar, 50/1 Emily Blunt - Into The Woods, 50/1 Greta Gerwig - The Humbling, 50/1 Jessica Chastain -The Disappearance of Elanor Rigby: Them, 50/1 Reese Witherspoon - The Good Lie, 50/1 Scarlett Johansson - Under The Skin, 50/1 Shailene Woodley - The Fault in Our Stars, 66/1 Helen Mirren - The Hundred Foot Journey, 66/1 Jennifer Lawrence - The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1, 66/1 Jenny Slate - Obvious Child, 66/1 Keira Knightley - Begin Again, 66/1 Kristen Stewart - Camp X-Ray, 66/1 Kristen Wiig - The Skeleton Twins, 66/1 Marion Cotillard - The Immigrant, 66/1 Michelle Monaghan - Fort Bliss, 66/1 Robin Wright - The Congress, 66/1 Tilda Swinton - Only Lovers Left Alive, 80/1 Dakota Fanning - Night Moves, 80/1 Elizabeth Moss - The One I Love, 80/1 Emma Stone - Magic in the Moonlight, 80/1 Gugu Mbatha-Raw – Belle, 80/1 Gugu Mbatha-Raw - Beyond The Lights, 80/1 Shirley MacLaine - Elsa & Fred, 100/1 Angelina Jolie – Maleficent, 100/1 Anna Kendrick - Happy Christmas, 100/1 Audrey Tautou - Mood Indigo, 100/1 Charlotte Gainsbourg - Nymphomaniac Vol.2, 100/1 Maggie Smith - My Old Lady, 100/1 Nicole Kidman - Before I Go to Sleep, 100/1 Shailene Woodley- White Bird in a Blizzard.

Best Supporting Actor

1/6 J.K. Simmons – Whiplash, 5/1 Edward Norton – Birdman, 6/1 Mark Ruffalo – Foxcatcher, 14/1 Ethan Hawke – Boyhood, 16/1 Christoph Waltz - Big Eyes, 20/1 Albert Brooks - A Most Violent Year, 25/1 John Goodman - The Gambler, 25/1 Robert Duval - The Judge, 33/1 Alec Baldwin - Still Alice, 33/1 Gary Oldman - Child 44, 33/1 Josh Brolin - Inherent Vice, 33/1 Miyavi – Unbroken, 33/1 Tim Roth – Selma, 40/1 Michael Caine – Interstellar, 40/1 Owen Wilson - Inherent Vice, 40/1 Tom Wilkinson – Selma, 50/1 Channing Tatum – Foxcatcher, 50/1 Christopher Walken - Jersey Boys, 50/1 Domhnall Gleeson – Unbroken, 50/1 Logan Lerman – Fury, 50/1 Tyler Perry - Gone Girl, 100/1 Johnny Depp - Into the Woods.

Best Supporting Actress

1/7 Patricia Arquette – Boyhood, 10/1 Emma Stone – Birdman, 10/1 Laura Dern – Wild, 14/1 Meryl Streep - Into the Woods,
16/1 Keira Knightley - The Imitation Game, 20/1 Carmen Ejogo – Selma, 25/1 Jessica Chastain - A Most Violent Year, 25/1 Vanessa Redgrave – Foxcatcher, 33/1 Jessica Chastain – Interstellar, 33/1 Kristen Stewart - Still Alice, 40/1 Helena Bonham Carter – Suffragette, 50/1 Anna Kendrick - Into The Woods, 50/1 Emma Watson – Noah, 50/1 Katherine Waterston - Inherent Vice, 50/1 Kristen Stewart - Clouds of Sils Maria, 50/1 Maggie Gyllenhaal – Frank, 50/1 Sienna Miller - American Sniper, 50/1 Vera Farmiga - The Judge, 66/1 Anne Hathaway – Interstellar, 66/1 Carrie Coon - Gone Girl, 66/1 Jessica Lange - The Gambler, 66/1 Julianne Moore - Maps to the Stars, 66/1 Tilda Swinton – Snowpiercer, 100/1 Dorothy Atkinson - Mr Turner.

FHM Sexiest Woman 2015:

4/1 Michelle Keegan, 6/1 Jennifer Lawrence, 8/1 Margot Robbie, 12/1 Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, 14/1 Emily Ratajkowski, 14/1 Kate Upton, 14/1 Mila Kunis, 14/1 Rihanna, 16/1 Cheryl Cole, 16/1 Scarlett Johansson, 20/1 Helen Flanagan, 25/1 Beyonce, 25/1 Kelly Brook, 25/1 Emilia Clarke, 25/1 Georgia Salpa, 25/1 Nicole Scherzinger, 25/1 Rachel Riley, 33/1 Emma Watson, 33/1 Gal Gadot, 33/1 Katy Perry, 33/1 Keeley Hazell, 33/1 Miranda Kerr, 33/1 Rosie Jones, 33/1 Taylor Swift 33/1 40/1 Bar

To get married in 2015

2/1 Simon Cowell and Lauren Silverman
2/1 Lewis Hamilton and Nicole Scherzinger
2/1 Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston
5/1 FKA Twigs and Robert Pattinson
6/1 Tom Daley and Dustin Lance Black
7/1 Ellie Goulding and Dougie Poynter
10/1 Chris Martin and Jennifer Lawrence
25/1 Lady Gaga and Taylor Kinney
33/1 Miley Cyrus and Patrick Schwarzenegger

To split in 2013

5/1 Simon Cowell & Lauren Silverman
8/1 Frank Lampard & Christine Bleakley
10/1 Kim Kardashian & Kanye West
10/1 Jennifer Aniston & Justin Theroux
16/1 Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie
20/1 Peter & Abbey Crouch (nee Clancy)
20/1 Kate Winslet & Ned Rocknroll
25/1 Zayn Malik & Perrie Edwards
66/1 David & Victoria Beckham
100/1 Duke & Duchess of Cambridge

First couple to split confirmed by both parties, only these celebrities count for this market

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