Well, that didn’t take very long. Just a week after Lady Gaga released “Applause,” Kia uses it for its new commercial. Was Katy Perry’s “Roar” too expensive to license? I kid.
For the new clip, the Korean car manufacturer puts its rodent mascots to work (literally). The Kia hamsters transform themselves from frumpy to lean, mean, head-turning machines, much like their all-new Kia Soul. Watch as they hit the gym and shed their furry folds to Gaga’s latest anthem. Check out the cute commercial below.
You don’t see Maybelline taking this approach to sell mascara. I guess they’re just born with it ;) Some companies though, need to rely on d-list celebrity peen to move inventory.
Benefit Cosmetics tapped a few hunky men including a couple of reality stars known for their huge packages to push their product. The women in the clip salivate on what you think is each guy’s healthy bulge, but in reality it’s what their stuffing in their crotches that have the ladies excited. That’s right, mascara apparently works great to pad your bulge if needed. Check out the clip below which features Jersey Shore‘s Vinny Guadagnino, Simon Rex (remember his porn video?) and other tasty looking men.
When a short teaser of Katy Perry’s Killer Queen fragrance ad first hit online, allegations of plagiarizism quickly surfaced. Many of Beyonce’s loyal fans thought it was a blatant ripoff of Bey’s Mrs. Carter World Tour video announcement. With their similar period royal vibe, I could see their arguments. It didn’t help that both visuals were directed by Jonas Akerlund. Now that the full-length commercial has debuted, Perry’s clip doesn’t seem like an outright copycat. At least to me, it doesn’t.
The 30-second TV ad begins with the 28-year-old “Roar” singer channeling Marie Antoinette. She quickly breaks out of the period costume and makes it distinctly hers by cutting the gown and tearing off her white pouf. In other words, slutting it up ;) She ends the clip by kicking down the throne and sexily poses on it. Check out the clip below and weigh in afterward if you still think it’s copying Bey’s vid or not.
Can you imagine Victoria’s Secret doing something similar to this? It needs to happen!!! How hilarious would it be to find out after all these years that Adriana Lima was actually a Brazilian boy in drag? LOLOLOL!!!
Thai lingerie brand Wacoal Mood recently came up with a brilliant new campaign to show off their new Mood Boost-Up Bra’s miraculous booby powers. If it can give some flat-chested boy some serious cleavage, imagine what it can do with women who are D-cup-challenged. Props to the company for coming up with an LGBT inclusive ad. It’s clever to play on the country’s reputation for its lady boys.
It’s also remarkable how the star of the commercial makes for a pretty girl and in reality is a cute boy. RuPaul’s Drag Race, I think you have your first international contestant. Watch the commercial below.
They say music is the universal language, but I would have to disagree with that. I say hot shirtless men are. I have no idea what they’re saying in this commercial but I want to buy whatever they’re selling and stat. Apparently, they’re pimping out tasty frozen treats- Mroz popsicles from Slovakia to be exact.
Their approach is quite brilliant actually. After getting hot and bothered watching the commercial, you’ll need one of their products to cool you down. According to Reddit, the commercial was almost banned from television due to its gratuitous and exploitative nature. Watch the clip below and see if it’s too hot for Slovakian TV.
I’m not even sure what clean virgin pee is, but if you want it, then this is the product for you. It’s unclear whether this commercial is pushing a legit product or merely a spoof of some sort. Whatever it is, it’s certainly oddly riveting to watch.
Energy Noodles promises to make you stronger than Lance Armstrong, faster than a Ferrari, more powerful than Chuck Norris, and apparently give you a hard erection that makes Asian women giggle. The stringy noodles claim to deliver a totally legal competitive advantage with rock-hard side effects. Okay??? Watch the commercial (or spoof) below and see if you can make sense out of it all.
Forget Josie and the Pussycats. It’s all about Katy & the PopCats. The “Fireworks” singer dons a purple latex superhero-like costume for her latest clip for Popchips. Perry teams up with Lulu “the wheels,” Widget “the brains,” and Bobbles “the muscle” to defeat their enemy FAT CAT, whose evil plan is to feed people unhealthy snacks. The horror.
In the clip, Katy and her feline friends navigate around the city in their Katy van, looking for Fat Cat’s Fatty Snacks factory. Her team infiltrates his lair and encounter trippy laser lights and hanging colorful wigs. Eventually, they are victorious and end up blowing up his factory.
But is this the last we’ll hear from Fat Cat. Don’t think so. His puffy little furry arm emerges from the rubble, suggesting a sequel. I can’t wait ;) Watch the entire adventure below. Best part is when Katy gets pussy-slapped.
Have you seen those Dove “Real Beauty Sketches” commercials? It’s where women sit down with a forensics artist behind a white sheet to describe themselves. Then another person comes in to give their description of said person. The whole point of the campaign is to show women they’re more beautiful than they think. Regardless of gender, we truly our own worst critics.
A few parodies of the Dove creative have surfaced online. A few weeks ago, one showed men having an inflated opinion of themselves. They thought they looked like movie stars like Brad Pitt and George Clooney, but in reality they weren’t. As funny as that sketch was, this new #Balls parody is even funnier.
Only 4% of men around the world know how beautiful their balls are, according to the video description. Watch men discover that their soggy freckled balls are actually beautiful visions to behold. Check out the new parody below, along with the original Dove commercial.