Your Guide to Every Celeb-Studded Super Bowl LIII Commercial — So Far
John Legend, Chrissy Teigen and Family for Pampers
The EGOT-winning musician is helping to launch Pampers‘ “Love the Change” campaign with a new commercial, previewed in a teaser clip in which Legend sings his “Stinky Booty Song” as he changes son Miles’ diaper. After seeing what’s in the diaper, Legend makes a face, cuts his crooning short and turns to daughter Luna to say, “I’m going to need some backup on this one.”
Cardi B and More for Pepsi
The soda company released video teasers for the ad: the first features Carell sitting in a diner and reading — and laughing over — what appears to be a funny script for the game-day commercial. The clip ends with Carell turning directly to the camera and, with an amused shrug, saying, “Ahh, we’ll see!” Mysterious!
The second clip shows Cardi, sitting at a booth in the same diner, clicking her bejeweled, red-and-blue nails against a shiny, blinged-out Pepsi can. Lil Jon’s teaser focuses on the Atlanta rapper — yes, also standing in the diner — serving himself a cup of soda.
Alex Rodriguez and Charlie Sheen for Planters
The spot shows “just how far Mr. Peanut is willing to go to give fans a reliably crunchy and satisfying salty snack that delivers on their cravings in their greatest moment of need,” according to a release.
“Knowing you’ll have 100-plus million people watching will be pretty intense,” Rodriguez told PEOPLE of his nerves leading up to the commercial's debut. “And I think you can guarantee my daughters will be teasing Daddy,” he added of Ella, 10, and Natasha, 14. “This one has a lot to tease me about.”
The Backstreet Boys and Chance the Rapper for Doritos
In a teaser from Doritos’ upcoming Super Bowl ad, Chance gets dance lessons from the Backstreet Boys. Chance and one of America’s favorite boy bands teamed up for the ad promoting the company’s new Flamin’ Hot Nacho chips.
During the teaser, the rapper is seen standing alongside the Backstreet Boys members, AJ McLean, Howie Dorough, Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson and Brian Littrell as he attempts to master the dance moves to their song “I Want It That Way.”
“Terrible, dude,” McLean says.
“I think it’s the pants,” Chance replies.
Serena Williams and Rita Ora for Bumble
Yes she's happily married, but Williams is here to remind women the ball is in their court with social network Bumble. The tennis star shows off her signature moves as an allusion to the power women have in their dating lives, as Ora's "Soul Survivor" blasts in the background.
Ora will perform the song at VH1's Trailblazer Honors, airing on March 8 — International Women’s Day! — on VH1 and Logo.
Sarah Jessica Parker and Jeff Bridges for Stella Artois
The megastars revisit their iconic characters — Sex and the City's Carrie Bradshaw for her and The Big Lebowski's The Dude for him — and rock the world when they change up their signature drink orders in a silly spot for the beer brand.
Christina Applegate for M&M's
The Emmy-winning actress plays a frustrated mom who continues to get locked out of her car during a grocery shopping trip.
A teaser for the commercial, directed by Craig Gillespie (I, Tonya), shows Applegate struggling to open the car door as it keeps being unlocked and locked from the inside.
“Unlock the door please. Real fun game but unlock the door. I’m not kidding,” she says while glaring into the car window.
2 Chainz and Adam Scott for Expensify
The rapper and Parks and Recreation actor teamed up for a parody music video for “Expensify This” in the lead up to Super Bowl LII. The clip invites fans to “expense” the receipts they see in the video for a chance to cash in on various rewards.
According to a press release, individuals must download the Expensify app and snap a pic of the receipts in the video, then submit the photos for a chance to win cash or the items the receipts are for. Some lavish examples? A gold jet-ski, a diamond-covered football and an Audi R8.
The contest comes ahead of Sunday’s big game, when the duo will star in an ad which the release describes as “a first-of-its-kind commercial you can expense” — where a grand prize will be announced.
Zoë Kravitz for Michelob Ultra
The Big Little Lies star goes out on her own in this somewhat unique beer ad, which deviates from the usual party vibe in favor of a natural setting and quiet dialogue, focused on the beers's USDA-certified organic status.
Migos for Mtn Dew Kickstart
The rap trio provides the soundtrack and star power for the soda spot, which features athletes (including Philadelphia 76ers center Joel Embiid) getting pumped up as "Position to Win" plays in the background.
Jason Bateman for Hyundai
The Super Bowl commercial veteran acts as an elevator operator in the latest Hyundai ad. Bateman takes two car shoppers on an elevator ride full of life worst moments (including jury duty, getting a root canal and having “the talk” with your parents) to highlight just how painful car shopping can be without shopper assurance.
Sarah Michelle Gellar for Olay
Gellar goes back to her horror roots in Olay’s first-ever Super Bowl commercial, “Killer Skin.” The commercial consists of several classic scary movie scenes, including a man lurking outside in the rain and later breaking in.
Michael Bublé for bubly
In bubly’s first Super Bowl commercial, the Grammy award-winning singer is on a one-man mission to correct the spelling and pronunciation of the bubly line (from “bubly” to “bublé,” naturally). In the 15-second teaser, the suit-clad crooner is seen sitting on the floor of a grocery store, taking a permanent marker to each colorful can — handwriting an “é” over the “y” in “bubly” — much to the frustration of the shop owner.
Luke Wilson for Colgate Total
Close-up for a close talker! Wilson stars in Colgate Total's first-ever Super Bowl ad, directed by Academy Award-nominee Bryan Buckley, in which the actor shows off his "comedic chops" — quite literally.
Kristin Chenoweth for Avocados from Mexico
Chenoweth joins some four-legged friends as the first-ever female lead in a commercial for Avocados From Mexico.
In a teaser clip, Chenoweth is seen standing alongside three dogs in a museum and looking up at a piece of artwork that shows people playing poker with a bowl of guacamole at the center of the table.
“It’s true, humans would do anything for Avocados From Mexico,” Chenoweth says to the dogs. “No judgement. It was the ’80s.”
Harrison Ford and More for Amazon
In a series of vague teaser clips, Amazon shows Ford, Forest Whitaker, astronauts Mark and Scott Kelly and Broad City's Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer being welcomed into the Amazon Beta Testing Program. As Jacobson and Glazer say, "What the f---?"
Michael C. Hall for Skittles
So it's not technically a commercial, but the Dexter star will be taking the lead in Skittles' first live stage show, which the candy brand will produce instead of airing a traditional ad during the game. The “Skittles Commercial: The Broadway Musical,” will be a 30-minute show in front of an audience in New York City, and will only have a single performance on Feb. 3.
Bo Jackson for Sprint
Bo knows ... the best cellular network? Two-sport athlete Jackson joins Sprint personality Paul and robots Evelyn, Atlas and Sassbot to demonstrate that both — in this case a great network and a great price — is always better.