Whether you like it or not, there are some TV Commercials that just plain work. And you see their themes repeated over and over and over and over. You know… the cute baby trading stock. Well, not really the cute baby trading stock… just the cute baby part. Or what about the animal who outsmarts the human. Here’s an infographic from Top Marketing Schools that takes a look at common themes in low-brow advertising. In other words, the kind of commercials we see during the Super Bowl. Horses. Cute babies. Celebrities. Food. Sexual Innuendo. You know how it goes.
Watch Christina Aguilera’s National Anthem rehearsal for the Super Bowl in this TMZ video clip, where Aguilera does a much better job with the performance and gets the Star Spangled Banner lyrics right!
One thing though, why doesn’t Aguilera sing the whole National Anthem during the rehearsal? Was Aguilera so confident that she had it all perfect? Seems she could have used some extra practice, given Aguilera’s botched Super Bowl performance.
Who is Tabitha Taylor? Was Tabitha Taylor Joan Rivers’ Go Daddy body double in the GoDaddy.co Super Bowl commercial? Buzz is that Tabitha Taylor’s body was used in the commercial, with Joan Rivers’ head magically placed over Tabitha’s.
Watch the Pepsi Max Superbowl commercials for “Love Hurts” and “Torpedo Cooler” in these video clips.
In the Pepsi Max Super Bowl 2011 commercial “Love Hurts,” after controlling everything her man does, a couple enjoys a Pepsi Max together until he gets a wandering eye for the woman on the next bench. Girlfriend hurls soda can, pops woman off bench and couple plans a speedy getaway. Read the rest of this entry »