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How can we talk about anything other than the upcoming Super Bowl commercials? From Shaggy to Matthew McConaughey, here's what you need to know about the ad campaigns for this Sunday's big game!


This year, like many other years, we can expect some hilarious advertisements and exciting celebrity cameos to look forward to for the Super Bowl LV commercial breaks.

Changing it up this year is Budweiser, who is usually known for their comedic commercials. Instead, the company is redirecting their money that usually goes to ads to raising awareness about the COVID-19 vaccine.

However, plenty of companies are still taking advantage of the big game and its viewership for their campaigns, such as Doritos.

Doritos has recruited Matthew McConaughey, Mindy Kaling, and Jimmy Kimmel to promote Doritos 3D Crunch, a new product by the brand that is more intense than ever before.


Battling Doritos for Super Bowl airtime and attention is another popular snack, Cheetos.

The Cheetos ad features everyone's favorite Hollywood couple, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, acting out an overly-dramatic mystery alongside "acting coach" Shaggy. You can watch the full commercial here.

The celebrity cameos don't stop here- keep a look out for other stars such as Serena Williams, John Cena, Amy Schumer, Michael B. Jordan, and much more!

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