Steve Carell, Cardi B, and Lil Jon Star in Pepsi’s Super Bowl Commercial

The 2019 Super Bowl will hold on Sunday and many companies are coming up with amazing commercials.

Pepsi is at it again with a better commercial to rival their major competitor which is the Coca-cola soft drink.

Pepsi is a carbonated soft drink that is manufactured by Pepsi Company. Pepsi was originally created and developed by Caleb Bradham in 1893 and was introduced as Brad’s Drink. It was renamed Pepsi-cola in 28th August 1898 and then as Pepsi in 1961.

This year Pepsi Super Bowl Commercial features Steve Carell, Cardi B, and Lil Jon Star and has the caption “Pepsi is more than ok”

The 60 seconds advert began with a woman ordering for a coke and the waiter responded by saying “is Pepsi Okay?”

Then the funny Steve Carell interjected with a shock by asking the waiter “is Pepsi Okay?”
Steve then points to Lil Jon at the counter, who yells “Okayyyy”
Cardi B then enters the restaurant also yelling “Okurrr” an grabs a can of Pepsi.

The ad was inspired by the questions millions of people who enjoy Pepsi are asked whenever they order the drink.

According to Todd Kaplan, Pepsi Company Vice President of marketing, speaking said
“Every day, there are millions of people who enjoy Pepsi — people who love this brand — yet they continue to be asked ‘Is Pepsi OK?’”

The price of Airing a commercial during the Super Bowl has increased over the years. The average cost of 30 seconds commercial during the Super Bowl ranges from $37,500 at the Super Bowl I to around $2.2million at the Super Bowl XXXIV in 2000 to $4.5 million in 2015 Super Bowl XLIX.

In 2015, the Super Bowl has seen about 114.4million viewers in United State with most Viewers watching from their television.

The Super Bowl in the United State National Football League Championship game played between the Champions of the National and the American Football Conferences annually.

With United State amongst those that will be hosting the next world cup, the Super Bowl viewers will keep increasing.

watch the advert below:


Here is the Extended Version

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