Super Bowl Sunday is one of the biggest nights of the year for television. On Sunday, February 12, the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs competed in Super Bowl LVII which took place in Glendale, Arizona at the State Farm Stadium with the Kansas City Chiefs winning the big game with a score of 38-35.

Rihanna performed live (the first time in five years) as the Halftime headliner presented by Apple Music with a lively 13-minute medley of hits while revealing she’s expecting her second child. Grammy-winning country singer Chris Stapleton sung the national anthem, Abbott Elementary Emmy-winning actress Sheryl Lee Ralph performed “Lift Every Voice and Sing”, and R&B legend Babyface sung “America the Beautiful.”

But if you’re like me and not into football, then the real entertainment is the Super Bowl ads. Over time the ads have gotten bigger with major celebrities and businesses pairing together to promote their brand and the cost for a coveted spot has gone up. In 1967 a Super Bowl ad cost around $37,000 for a 30-second spot and now that number has jumped to $7 million for 30-seconds.

Along with ads for brands, upcoming films and TV shows dropped exclusive first looks and new footage during the Super Bowl. This year 65, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, Animal Control, Transformers: Rise of the Beasts, Scream VI, The Flash, Creed III, Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny, and Fast X were some of the projects that teased what’s to come.

Brands gathered big star power once again for Super Bowl LVII. Online shopping brand Rakuten gave Clueless fans an iconic reunion with Alicia Silverstone and Elisa Donovan starring in their ad. Ben Stiller channeled Derek Zoolander in the Pepsi Zero Sugar ad. John Travolta gave “Summer Nights” vibes with T-Mobile alongside Zach Braff and Donald Faison. Jack Harlow introduced BBQ Doritos and Maya Rudolph showed off Ma&Ya’s. Other commercials relied heavily on emotion. The Farmer’s Dog ad left pet owners misty eyed and running to kiss their furry companions while Tubi’s ad caused frustration and confusion as to who turned the channel.

Check out the best and most talked about commercials from Super Bowl LVII below.

Doritos with Jack Harlow and Missy Elliott

Rakuten with Alicia Silverstone and Elisa Donovan

PopCorners with Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul

T-Mobile with Zach Braff, Donald Faison, and John Travolta; Bradley Cooper

Avocados From Mexico with Anna Faris

Squarespace with Adam Driver

GM and Netflix with Will Ferrell

M&M’s (aka Ma&Ya’s) with Maya Rudolph

Hellmann’s Mayonnaise with Jon Hamm, Brie Lawson, and Pete Davidson

Pepsi Zero Sugar with Ben Stiller and Steve Martin

McDonald’s with Cardi B and Offset

Dunkin’ with Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez

Uber One/Uber Eats with Diddy

e.l.f. Cosmetics with Jennifer Coolidge

The Farmer’s Dog

Bud Light with Miles Teller

Crown Royal with Dave Grohl



Amber Dover is a multimedia journalist with over a decade writing about pop culture. Cat mom with a deep love of horror, you can follow Amber at @Glambergirlblog on Instagram and Twitter.

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