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Oikos Yogurt's Super Bowl Commercial 2021 Is Filled with ‘Ugly Face’ Moments in the Gym - Watch Now

Oikos Yogurt’s new 2021 Super Bowl commercial is a tribute to the funny faces we make while working out!

The official yogurt of the NFL highlights the faces athletes make while hitting the gym, featuring close up shots of people grimacing as they bench press heavy weights, do pull ups and practice hand stands.

They also include a cameo from Spongebob Squarepants, who grits his teeth as he does his best to lift some weights.

The commercial dubs these looks “#PROFACE” in reference to Oikos’ new line of Pro yogurts. The clip ends with a weight-lifter looking into the camera as she drops her equipment to the floor.

Watch the full video below!

Click here to see all the commercials from this year’s Super Bowl.

Four Maya Rudolphs Star in Super Bowl Commercial for Klarna's Shopping App - Watch Now!

Don’t adjust your screens, you really are seeing four Maya Rudolphs!

The 48-year-old actress is the star of the Klarna shopping app’s new commercial airing during the 2021 Super Bowl on Sunday (February 7).

In the commercial, four Mayas head back to the Wild West in the search for the perfect pair of boots.

The Mayas are all dressed up as cowgirls while riding horses and singing Nancy Sinatra‘s iconic hit song “These Boots Are Made For Walking.”

They then find a pair of pink cowboy boots and each Maya decides to make a partial payment on the boots, highlighting Klarna’s payment installment plan.

You can check out all of the commercials airing during the Super Bowl here!

Robinhood's Super Bowl 2021 Commercial Seems Odd After GameStop Drama

The stock-trading app Robinhood aired a commercial during the 2021 Super Bowl and the timing seems a bit odd after what just happened with the company.

The commercial shows all different types of people in their everyday lives to highlight that “we are all investors.”

“The world of finance is changing—and we’re staying true to our mission. We’re in this for the early morning jogger. The midday study breaker. The late-night nursery rhymer. Because you already invest in yourself every day. We are all investors,” the YouTube description for the ad says.

The timing of the commercial is odd because just days ago, Robinhood blocked investors who bought GameStop stock from trading it amid the rise in price. The company was criticized for the move because it seemingly helped the people on Wall Street while hurting the small investors at home.

One celeb has spoken out about the amount of money he lost during the GameStop drama, though it’s not clear where he was buying and trading his stock.

Watch Anheuser-Busch's First-Ever Super Bowl Commercial: ‘Let’s Grab a Beer’ (Video)

Anheuser-Busch show how many of life’s little moments are spent commiserating over a beer in their debut Super Bowl commercial.

The ad opens with a bride and groom clinking bottles and laughing as it rains on their wedding day.

A voice narrates, “So when you say ‘let’s grab a beer’, it’s never just about the beer.”

The commercial goes on to show similar special moments spent sharing a beer, from a group of strangers stuck in an airport together to a staff member invited to sit in on an important meeting. In one scene, a couple sit with their beers on opposite ends of the couch, presumably after a fight.

The narration closes with, “It’s never just about the beer. It’s about the saying that simple human truth, ‘we need each other.’”

Check out the full commercial below!

Bruce Springsteen Teams Up With Jeep For His First Commercial Super Bowl Appearance

Bruce Springsteen rides around in his own Jeep in the middle of the county in Jeep’s Super Bowl Commercial.

The 71-year-old musician calls for unity in his voice over for the motor company’s ad which was shot over three states – Kansas, Colorado, and Nebraska – in five days in January.

“All are more than welcome to come meet here in the middle,” he says. “It’s no secret the middle has been a hard place to get to lately, between red and blue, between servant and citizen, between our freedom and our fear.

“Fear has never been the best of who we are,” Bruce contines. “We just have to remember the very soil we stand on is common ground. So we can get there. We can make it to the mountaintop, through the desert …and we will cross this divide.”

He goes on, “We just have to remember the very soil we stand on is common ground, so we can get there. We can make it to the mountaintop through the desert, and we will cross this divide. Our light has always found its way through the darkness. And there’s hope on the road up ahead.”

The ad marks Bruce‘s first foray into commercial advertising.

Watch the full thing below:

Fiverr's Super Bowl 2021 Commercial Features Four Seasons Total Landscaping Owner - Watch Now!

Fiverr is poking some fun at former President Donald Trump and his lawyer Rudy Giuliani!

For their 2021 Super Bowl commercial, the company – which connects businesses with freelance services such as website and logo design and writing services – decided to help The Four Seasons Total Landscaping rebrand their company.

If you forgot, Trump‘s lawyer Giuliani held a press conference outside of the Four Seasons Total Landscaping after Trump lost the election. The press conference was supposed to be held at the Four Seasons Hotel, but someone obviously booked the wrong place.

For the Super Bowl commercial, Fiverr decided to re-create the outside of the company’s building in order to promote their their new It Starts Here’ Campaign – to help small businesses that are hurting amid the pandemic.

In the commercial, Four Seasons Total Landscaping owner Marie Siravo appears to promote Fiverr while debuting her newly rebranded “Four Seasons Total Landscaping & Press Venue!” business.

“Fiverr gets that,” Marie says in the commercial. “From graphic design, to web development, or even a PR expert for things like — I don’t know — booking a press conference.”

Later in the commercial, a woman looks around the business before asking Marie, “Is this the lobby?”

Marie then responds with “this is not a hotel.”

Anthony Anderson Plays Football Against His Mom in T-Mobile Super Bowl Commercial - Watch Now!

Anthony Anderson and his mom Doris are going head-to-head in the T-Mobile 2021 Super Bowl commercial!

The black-ish star is shown streaming a football game between him and his mom to their extended family and it gets a little heated.

“I hope you got a chin-strap for that wig,” the actor jokes. Doris responds, “I’m gonna knock the taste out your mouth.”

She also shakes things up by bringing in a ringer: Kansas City Chiefs’ star tight-end Travis Kelce.

When Anthony objects to Travis‘ involvement since he’s not an Anderson, she replies, “There’s a lot you don’t know about this family.”

Anthony and his mom also starred in a Super Bowl commercial for T-Mobile in 2020, where she tested out the cell-service from a number of locations, including the pie shop, the beach, the elevator, the aquarium and the club!

Check out the full commercial below.