What next for Jedward? 25/1 they split up before the end of the year

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JEDWARD ARE set to storm the charts after the Big Brother house according to Ladbrokes.

Following their huge run in the house the bookies have now slashed the odds on them scoring a UK number one single to 5/6. It’s 2/1 they have a number one album before the end of next year.

It’s an even shorter evens that they sing live on the X Factor and 5/1 they sit on the judging panel at any time. Success definitely looks like the order of the day as it’s a huge 25/1 they split up before the year is out whilst a twin romance doesn’t look likely at 33/1.

If it all goes pear-shaped the twins are 66/1 to end up working in McDonalds full time.

Alex Donohue of Ladbrokes said: “Win or lose Jedward’s Big Brother antics will have catapulted their career to the next level. We think an assault on the charts is next before dominating the airwaves again this autumn.”

Ladbrokes latest betting

Jedward specials
Christmas number one this year – 33/1
Number one single in UK before end of 2012 – 5/6
Number one album in UK before end of 2012 – 2/1
To be guest judges on X Factor 2011 – 5/1
To sing live on X Factor – Evens
To officially ‘split up’ before the end of the year – 25/1
To get married to twins before end of 2012 – 33/1
To set up a show in Las Vegas before end of 2015 – 33/1
To have a US No 1 single before end of 2015 – 5/1
To have a US No 1 album before end of 2015 – 8/1
To move permanently to Monte Carlo before end of 2012 – 33/1
A Jedward game to be launched on X-Box, PS3 or Wii before end of 2012 – 10/1
To work for McDonalds full time before the end of 2012 – 66/1

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Robbie Morris

Robbie studied sports journalism at the University of Gloucestershire, an establishment chosen for its proximity to Cheltenham racecourse, where he was a season ticket holder. Upon graduation, Robbie was a contributor to GolfPunk, a national magazine aimed at ridding golf of its traditionalist image, before joining the news.ladbrokes team.