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Cetaphil Superbowl Commercial

Let’s be honest, one of the best parts of the Super Bowl is the commercials. Unless you’re a Chiefs and Taylor Swift fan, of course!

The trend these past few years has been for brands to release their commericals early.  Some people complain about it, but, with a average of $7 million per 30 second spot, I honestly don’ blame for companies to do whatever they have to do to get their money’s worth.

Cetaphil released their Super Bowl commerical yesterday, and it’s a tearjerker for sure. Plus it’s got a clear Taylor Swift theme without actually mentioning her name:

Come on, you know it’s cute.

Plus, Cetaphil is a good product- I’ve got problem skin, and the cleanser is amazing.

No, I’m not being paid for saying that. They spent 7 million, so I’m giving them a freebie.

I’m also not mad about them capitilizing on Taylor Swift’s popularity, and her influence on the NFL this past season. She did bring a lot of new, young female fans to the NFL, and really, that’s not a bad thing. If it makes dads and daughters bond, I’m all for it. Heck, my dad and I have had several Taylor Swift-centric conversations of late, and I’m 41 and he’s 72. Whatever works, right?

Hate all you want, it’s not going away.

In these crazy times, anything that brings a smile to one’s face is a good thing.

This commercial did that for me.


Coors Light Super Bowl Commercial Feat. Lainey Wilson

With the Super Bowl on Sunday, some of the highly-anticipated commercials are dropping early, like the Budweiser Clydesdales and the Uber Eats featuring Jelly Roll. Now Coors Light released their commercial featuring Lainey Wilson and LL Cool J:

Honestly? I was kind of disappointed, as Lainey was only shown for 2.5 seconds tops. I figured she’s have more of a presence in the commercial, since she’s the new face of Coors Light. But whatever.

I really thought she’d be the main star, like Jelly Roll was in his.

Still, even a split second cameo in a Super Bowl commercial is a huge deal, and I’m glad Lainey is getting some major world wide love.  She certainly deserves it!

That being said, I prefer Coors Banquet, and will be chugging that while cheering on The Chiefs Sunday night.


Jelly Roll Super Bowl Commercial

Jelly Roll is having a major moment right now, and he’s now the star of the “Uber Eats” Super Bowl commercial!

That’s how you know you’ve made it, right?

It’s only 15 seconds (hopefully we’ll get a longer one next Sunday) but it’s hilarious.

I love that Jely Roll can laugh at himself, and yes, he does regret the tattoos.

This is why you don’t tattoo your face, kids.

One day, you’ll be like. “WTF was I thinking?????”

But Jelly is owning it, like everything else lately.

Oh, and Lainey Wilson has a Coors Light SB commercial coming, so stay tuned for that!