The countdown to the Super Bowl is officially on, and with it comes food, commercials, and yes, hot chicks. Remember, The Harbowl wouldn’t be anything without hot chicks.
This year, the going rate for a 30-second advertising slot is only $3.8 million. A price tag that high means only one thing, brands want viewers to pay attention to their ads. How do they accomplish that? It’s pretty simple, find the most beautiful woman in the world and slap her up on the TV screen.
Super Bowl Sunday is your lucky day gentleman, these women are so beautiful that even the wives will be glued to the television screen. Go ahead, drool away.
Without further ado, here are six commercials that will feature six women that we can all look forward to seeing on Super Bowl Sunday.
Beyonce – Pepsi
Photo courtesy of Beyonce Facebook.
Bar Refaeli – GoDaddy.com
Photo courtesy of Bar Refaeli Facebook.
Kate Upton – Mercedes-Benz
Photo courtesy of Kate Upton Facebook.
Danica Patrick – GoDaddy.com
Photo courtesy of Danica Patrick Facebook.
Catrinel Menghia – Fiat
Kaleu Cuoco – Toyota
Photo courtesy of Kaleu Cuoco Facebook.
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