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Happier Than Ever release announcement resulted in Billie Eilish’s new album predictions. The 19-years-old pop star is expected to break new records with her upcoming long play in 2021 and 2022. Does it have a chance to become as legendary as Eilish’s debut album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
Billie Eilish has recently announced her new studio album Happier Than Ever to be released in 2021. The follow-up to When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? will be out on July 30. However, online gambling sites in Australia have already started making predictions about the long play and its future success. Let’s see what we should expect from the 19-years-old pop star’s new album.
Everything we know about Billie Eilish’s new album to this day
As one of the most popular celebrities in the world, Billie Eilish hit the headlines when she announced the beginning of her new era. The singer stated she has started to work on new music in early 2020. In July of the same year, My Future was released as the lead single from the upcoming album followed by Therefore I Am.
Last April, Happier Than Ever was announced as the title of the pop icon’s next album. This is when the launch of a completely new era has started. Eilish posed for the album cover with a new blonde hairstyle. Later on, the singer released the 3rd single Your Power, and demonstrated her transformative sexy look in British Vogue. Pictures from the latter broke several records including earning one million Instagram likes in the shortest time (6 minutes).
Happier Than Ever will be out on July 30, 2021. The album’s tracklist counts 16 songs including three singles. As of now, everything points to Billie Eilish’s new era to be as talked-about as her debut album. Will it reach the same level of worldwide success? Check the very first Billie Eilish’s new album predictions at online sportsbooks in Australia regarding accolades and charts.
Will Happier Than Ever win at the Grammy Awards?
One of the most popular predictions about Billie Eilish’s new album touches upon the most prestigious music award in the world – the Grammys. Such a big interest is not a surprise as the singer’s triumph at the 2020 Grammys is still on everyone’s lips. At the 62nd award ceremony, Eilish won the Big Four – Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best New Artist. She became the second artist in history to win all the major awards in one year and the youngest one to do so. Predictably, everyone is wondering whether she will repeat her success with the new album or not.
According to 22Bet Sportsbook, Eilish’s chances to win a couple of Grammys are quite high. Odds of 1.50 state that the singer will receive at least one award out of the Big Four. She is highly likely to win Album Of The Year as Happier Than Ever is predicted to win in 2022 with the best odds at 22Bet.
Besides the Grammys, Billie Eilish can also become an Oscar winner thanks to No Time To Die. In 2020, the singer released the theme song to the same-name James Bond movie. As the film premiere was postponed until 2021, Eilish’s hit song wasn’t nominated for this year’s Oscar. Nevertheless, Eilish is highly likely to be nominated for the Academy Awards next year. You can also check the list of the early-bird Oscar 2022 predictions.
Billie Eilish’s new album predictions about worldwide charts
Billie Eilish’s new album predictions about topping the charts are of big interest too. Although there is no suspense concerning Billboard 200 (Happier Than Ever will top it for sure), some interesting suggestions are still here.
One of the most popular Billie Eilish’s new album predictions touches upon the singer’s chances to top Triple J Hottest 100. Previously, the pop star topped the main Australian music chart in 2019 with her hit single Bad Guy. According to 22Bet, she will do it again with one of the songs from Happier Than Ever as the odds are in her favor.
Finally, you can bet on Eilish to top Billboard Hot 100 with one of the upcoming singles from her 2nd studio album. Three singles from Happier Than Ever failed to do so peaking at #2 (Therefore I Am). As of now, Bad Guy is Billie’s only song to top the main music chart in the US.