Watch our top picks from today’s big game, then vote for your favorite(s)!
No one can predict the outcome of Super Bowl XLVII, but thanks to the magic of YouTube, we can predict which commercials we’re going to love on game day! Most of this year’s biggest ads have already been posted online, and HollywoodLife.com has narrowed down the 10 we’re most excited to see premiere on-air. From adorable puppies making friends with horses, to classic ’90s sitcom stars snagging another 15 minutes of fame, literally no one is going to be talking about football come Monday morning.
Best Super Bowl Commercials 2014: ‘Puppy Love’
The melting of one’s heart may sound like a serious medical condition, but it’s merely the guaranteed reaction one will have to Budweiser’s Super Bowl commercial, which follows an adorable little puppy, determined to be reunited with its horsy best friend.
Best Super Bowl Commercials 2014: ‘Full House’ Reunion
Everywhere you look… it’s a reunion! Former Full House stars John Stamos, Bob Saget and Dave Coulier have dominated the media all week, but that doesn’t make us any less excited to see them back on our TV screens during Dannon’s Super Bowl commercial for Oikos yogurt.
Best Super Bowl Commercials 2014: Tim Tebow Does… Everything
Tim Tebow is no stranger to getting attention during the Super Bowl — remember his highly publicized pro-life ad in 2010? — but this year, all eyes are on him for a very different reason. T-Mobile’s Super Bowl commercial finds the once-Denver Bronco making the most of his time without a contract, including… tackling Bigfoot?
Best Super Bowl Commercials 2014: Terry Crews Vs. The Muppets
You’re going to be seeing a lot of former NFL player Terry Crews today. Not only is Fox airing a new episode of his comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine after the big game, but Terry is also starring in a hilarious Toyota commercial with the Muppets! There’s just one question: Is Terry a Muppet of a man, or a very manly Muppet?
Best Super Bowl Commercials 2014: Gracie Returns
Not only is Cheerios bringing back its popular Gracie character — the little girl, born from a white mother and a black father, received an upsetting amount of backlash upon her initial introduction — for this year’s Super Bowl commercial, but it’s going one step further by introducing a new baby to the equation!
Rounding out our top 10 are: Arnold Schwarzenegger‘s insane, Ping Pong-themed Bud Light commercial; Anna Kendrick‘s surprisingly filthy Newcastle commercial; Laurence Fishburne‘s Matrix commercial for Kia; Ellen DeGeneres‘ hysterical Beats Music commercial; and Coca-Cola’s inspiring commercial, featuring a young touchdown-scorer.
HollywoodLifers, which 2014 Super Bowl commercials made YOUR list of favorites? Drop a comment with your top picks below.
— Andy Swift