At Super Bowl LV, the Kansas City Chiefs took on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the final game of the NFL season. However, many people like the Big Game because of all the interesting commercials that air. Sure, there’s football airing, but did you see the commercial with the famous celebrity doing something interesting?
What gets most people talking are the comedic commercials. Who doesn’t want to share a funny moment between pals at the virtual water cooler the next morning? And a very funny commercial will get people talking about your brand for days or even weeks.
Over the course of the Big Game, there were quite a few commercials that were standouts and had us laughing during the evening. Check out a few of them below.
Everybody screws up now and again, and in the latest M&M commercial, people are apologizing for their mess ups with a bag of M&Ms.
Matthew McConaughey is two dimensional, and the best way to bring yourself into the third dimension is to eat some Doritos that are also in the third dimension. Technically, all Doritos are three dimensional, but whatever.
In one of the best commercials from the Super Bowl, someone has made Jason Alexander (best known for his role of George on Seinfeld) into a hoodie.
Remember Wayne’s World? Well, Wayne and Garth appear in this Uber Eats commercial with Cardi B. They all want you to eat local using the food delivery service.
Reddit has been in the news quite a bit recently, primarily because of WallStreetBets and the GameStop stock. The website ran a five second ad, which you have to pause to read. Luckily, it’s on YouTube, so you can pause with ease.
Michael B. Jordan stars in the commercial titled “Alexa’s body,” where Alexa gets a body, and it just happens to be Michael B. Jordan’s. A woman has her way with the new Alexa, like finding ways for Jordan to get shirtless or wet, and her husband gets pretty jealous.
Who ate the Cheetos? Shaggy might know. This was a weird and awkward one where Mila Kunis was eating all the Cheetos and Ashton Kutcher demanded she admit to it.
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