Kanye West 7/1 to give a half-hour speech during Glastonbury set

Surprise duet with Jay Z is 5/1

Kanye West is at 7/1 to spend 30 minutes or more delivering one of his live speeches during his headline set at Glastonbury tomorrow night (June 27).

The rapper frequently includes lengthy talks during his shows, moving bookmakers Paddy Power to release odds for such an occurrence. West is also 7/1 to perform a Beck song after taking to the stage when the singer-songwriter won the best album award for ‘Morning Phase’ at this year’s Grammy Awards. A surprise duet with Jay Z is 2/1.

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The full list of odds, as pointed out by DIY Magazine, is:

To bring Kim onstage – 2/1
Kanye to crowd surf – 5/2
Bringing North West onstage – 5/1
To duet with Jay Z onstage – 5/1
To sing a Beck song – 7/1
Kanye to spend 30 minutes or more delivering a speech during his headline set – 7/1
To sing a Taylor Swift song – 16/1

Meanwhile, West has responded to a recent petition set up by Glastonbury-goers angered by his booking. Speaking to Q, he labelled it “an insult to music fans all over the world” but denied that race would have been a factor.