They’re sexy and they know it! NFL player Odell Beckham Jr. and model/actress Emily Ratajkowski have some pretty cool dance moves, and they prove it in Buick’s first ever Super Bowl ad. Check them out here!
We all know to expect the unexpected when it comes to Super Bowl ads. In Buick’s first Super Bowl commercial, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., 23, and actress/model Emily Ratajkowski, 24, surprisingly make a great dance duo! Watch their moves below!
The ad begins with happy newlyweds walking out of their wedding and running straight into their amazing new Buick Cascada convertible. As they are cruising down the countryside, Odell and Emily are spotted dancing together. He is sporting a modern paisley tuxedo top while she is rocking a short purple chic lace dress with super cute shoes might we add! Odell and Emily’s moves kind of remind us of one of his touchdown victory dances, which is kind of awesome.
The Buick Cascada convertible is the first drop-top model from the company in more than 20 years so making this ad cool and modern was very important. “For Buick, Odell Beckham Jr. represents unique talent and commitment to excellence that mirrors Buick’s commitment to performance,” says Duncan Aldred, vice president of Global Buick sales. “Emily Ratajkowski brings style which aligns with the Cascada’s design and adventurous spirit.” It makes sense why they picked them for the job!
The two stars of the Buick ad were very happy to be a part of this Super Bowl commercial as well! “While I would love to be on the field during the biggest game of the year, I’m excited to co-star in Buick’s first Super Bowl ad,” said Odell. “I’m thrilled to be a part of Buick’s first ever Super Bowl ad.” said Emily. “I got to combine my love of sports, cars and fashion, while checking off a bucket list item – being in a Super Bowl commercial!” Pretty sure Buick’s sales will go up with these two promoting their Cascada convertible.
HollywoodLifers, what do you think about Odell and Emily’s dance moves? Are they hot or not? Let us know in the comments!