Year-round, they make us dance, sing along, and develop slightly unhealthy obsessions. But one time a year they take time away from promoting their singles, albums and EPs to try and sell us on ridiculously normal everyday products, making us love them even more.
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For those of you who love to watch the new ads each year, but aren’t sports savvy and would much rather binge watch Bridgeton for the third time instead of watching the Super Bowl, we feel you and we gotchu.
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Okay fine, so some of them don’t feature musicians, but still noteworthy stars, and we’re obsessed, so we’re sharing them anyway.
Here’s a list of some of our favorite ads in no particular order, well except for Drake, he’s number one in our hearts and therefore number one on this list.
1 Drake from State Farm
Sorry Jake, but there’s officially someone else that rocks khaki’s better than you and it’s Drake... from State Farm. Also starring MVP quarterbacks Aaron Rodgers from Green Bay Packers and Patrick Mahomes from Kansas City Chiefs, oh and can’t forget Paul Rudd. Even though he’s technically Jake’s stand-in, we all know who the real MVP is, and again it’s Drake... from State Farm.
2 Blake, Gwen, Adam for T-Mobile
Looking for love is hard enough. Looking for love with bad reception is basically impossible, And that’s where T-Mobile comes in. Here to prove it are Adam Levine, Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton. Thanks to some shoddy phone service that led to mixed messages, Adam set up Gwen with Blake. In their case it worked out, but we wouldn’t want to leave it to chance, so we’re calling T-Mobile in the morning.
3 Shaggy for Frito-Lay’s Cheetos
Okay, Shaggy had some major assistance for this one from Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis. After the former finds the latter orange handed, claiming she had eaten all of his “Cheetos Crunch Pop Mix," Shaggy advises Mila to say, “It Wasn’t Me.” Much to Shaggy’s surprise, unlike his past experiences the claim seemed to work. Hmmm… we’ll keep that in mind.