25 Hottest Women in Hottest Super Bowl Commercials of All Time [PICS]

An estimated 100 million viewers will tune into the Super Bowl this year, as the Seattle Seahawks go up against the Denver Broncos in what some people are calling the Pot Bowl. Of course, they could just be calling it the Money Bowl. That’s because of the big fees that the biggest game of the year can charge to advertisers looking to reach an estimated 100 million viewers.

Some even say that the majority of viewers care more about the commercials than the action on the field. We certainly know some hipsters who’ll throw a party where people talk during the game and clam up during the commercials. It’s not just because of the movie trailers, either. There are also always hot gals looking to move some product for the advertising companies. That gets us watching commercials pretty intently, too–and here are 25 of the hottest gals who’ve made Super Bowl commercials a great American tradition…

Bar Refaeli: Godaddy “Sexy Meets Smart” (2012)

Jesse Heiman won last year’s Super Bowl when he was paid to kiss Bar Rafaeli in a GoDaddy commercial that caused lots of controversy–even with Bar and Danica Patrick staying perfectly dressed. Let that commercial go down in history as one of the Defining Moments in Nerd History. These pics probably don’t belong there…


Natalia Velez: Godaddy.co “Body Paint” (2012)

Natalia Velez is the hot Colombian girl you hire once people start getting tired of Danica Patrick. The whole “.co” phase hasn’t really stuck like Go Daddy thought it would–but you can’t say their ad campaigns have bombed in the same way…


Farrah Fawcett: Noxzema (1973)

It didn’t get much hotter than Farrah Fawcett in the early 70s. Noxzema then managed to crank up the heat by putting their cream in her dainty hands. You gotta believe that Broadway Joe tried to sneak a couple smooches in between takes. If they didn’t bone, we’re calling it quits and swearing off porn for a fortnight.


Devon Barnes: Audi “Prom” (2013)

What can the Audi S6 do for a kid who’s driving to his High School Prom all by himself? It can give him the confidence to walk right up to Devon Barnes as the Homecoming Queen and give her a great big kiss. Then we learned that it’s easier to buy an Audie S6 than it is to find Devon Barnes–but you can see Devon right here…


Danica Patrick: GoDaddy (Banned) (2011)

Patrick’s a polarizing figure: she’s often under heavy criticism for using her looks (and not her talents on the track) to promote racing. Others think that she doesn’t really have the kind of sex appeal that warrants media attention–but she still gets our motors running. Even if we still can’t believe that she fully embraces the sex kitten approach to self-promotion…



Jessica Simpson: Pizza Hut (2009)

The premise is unmistakably based on her role as Daisy Duke in 2005’s Dukes of Hazzard movie. Some would argue that was the pop princess at her hottest. The fact she’s shoving these cheesy treats into some tween’s mouth is downright disturbing (like watching Demi Moore make out with a 15-year-old). But we’re thinking the zit-riddled, metal-mouthed masses swarmed to get popped in the pie-hole.



Kaley Cuoco – Toyota “Wish Granted” 2013

We wish that we could buy a Toyota RAV4 that came with Kaley Cuoco as an accessory–although the rest of the commercial would be the most censored Super Bowl ad in history. Anyway, the Big Bang star didn’t even have to try to be sexy in this commercial–but she’s looking great in these pics…


Christina Wildes: Doritos “Power of the Crunch” (2009)

This was a “winning” submission from the 2009 “Crash the Super Bowl” ad campaign that aired during Super Bowl XLIII. We can’t imagine the sheer number of copycats who went out the next day obnoxiously crunching on Doritos and most likely breaking their candy-weakened teeth. Oh, and the takeaway here is if you don’t continuously eat Doritos, you’ll get hit by a bus. Der.


Carmen Electra: Ice Breakers Ice Cubes “Whoa” (2008)

If there’s one thing most Super Bowl commercials have in common it’s smoking hot girls and dumbass dudes getting crushed. We have to say Carmen’s costume is actually quite conservative, but she still makes us say “whoa..”


Ali Landry: Doritos “3D Laundromat” (1998)

And for another common theme among Super Bowl commercials–the slow-mo shot of the chick walking towards the camera with her hair blowing in the wind while making sexy-time faces at the guys watching at home. Don’t fall for this. We did and gained 30 pounds of fat. On a side note, why are laundromats the place to hit on hot women? When did that become accepted fact?


Cindy Crawford: Pepsi (1992)

Of course the prepubescent kids are drooling over the new Pepsi can and not Cindy’s cans. What a joke. Some will applaud this ad for misleading the viewer, but mostly for shaming them over having a libido–but, we’re sorry, we were once 5 years old and hated cooties, but if a chick like Crawford strolls up to a vending machine and sucks down a soda, we’re still not focusing on the new can. We’re focusing on how we can convince a grown woman to commit pedophilia.


Britney Spears: Pepsi “Bob Dole” (2001)

Britney Spears could still entrance the nation with some dance moves back in 2001–including recent Presidential candidate Bob Dole, who has to calm down his dog after the pop star is done writhing in this memorable Super Bowl spot. It’s a classic commercial that spurs on the best kind of nostalgia. Mainly for sexy pics of Britney, which we have lots of right here…


Adriana Lima: Victoria’s Secret, Teleflora, and Kia (2012)

Why only dedicate 3-5 seconds of slow-mo sexiness to your eye candy when you can just have the entire spot hone in on what counts? Is this the easiest money Lima’s ever made? Sit there, spin a ball, drop it, make everyone take a premature bathroom break…


Megan Fox: Motorola “Bath” “2010”

Jeez, how wasted did we have to get to not remember this? Maybe the sheer hotness made us black out? It looks like Motorola saw Lima’s Victoria’s Secret spot and was like, “We can top that.” The two gay guys slapping each other is what seals the deal for us…


Amber Seyer: Powerade (Banned) (2009)

So, this one was apparently banned from being shown at Super Bowl 43, but we’re not 100% sure why. Yes, there’s the gratuitous boob shots, but it’s got the funny old dude spectating and a solid message at the end. The twins featured are actually one person–a former Miss Missouri who’s now engaged to Barry Zito. At least one person in that relationship experiences Gatorade showers. Zing!


Savanna Samson: AshleyMadison.com (Banned) (2011)

If there’s one advertiser who brings the WTF-ness to a whole new level with its commercials (besides PETA), it’s cheating site Ashley Madison. How high were the guys that pitched this? Let’s get a porn star, an overly enhanced hamster/gerbil, and a furry in a board room for a company orgy because some doosher cheated on his wife. It’s amazing.


Candice Michelle: GoDaddy “Hearings” (2005)

This one poked fun at the Janet Jackson nip entire boob slip from the previous Super Bowl. Candice was a WWE Diva (the first Diva Search contestant to win a title) before becoming the Go Daddy Girl and posing for Playboy‘s April 2006 issue.


PETA “Veggie Love” (Perpetually Banned)

As soon as the review board ( or whomever judges and approves spots for the Super Bowl) sees the word “PETA,” they’ve got to just assume it’s getting rejected. We wonder if PETA ever tries to re-cut their sh*t to be compliant. We’d also  like to know how effective this is for PETA. They produce something every year that will never be seen on television, but will dominate discussions online. Maybe they could team up with GoDaddy and Ashley Madison to create the world’s first Super Bowl porn?


Martha Higareda: Tabasco (2005)

WHOA! Didn’t see a sunburn coming under the suit, did ya?! Of all the dumb ways to give us that inevitable “twist” in a spot–well, this has to be one of the dumbest, but we have to admit we caught ourselves rooting for her to just whip out a t*tty. We will never learn.


Catrinel Menghia: Fiat 500 “Abarth” (2005)

Catrinel Menghia’s ad in the 2012 Superbowl was probably the one that stood out to us the most. It didn’t exactly disprove that small cars are feminine, but it sure as hell got us talking about them.


Kate Upton: Carl’s Jr. “Southwest Patty Melt” (Banned) (2012)

Some guys didn’t discover Kate Upton until 2012, courtesy of this ad for Carl Jr.’s Southwest Patty Melt. The sandwich has a spicy Santa Fe sauce, and…well, that’s just about all that we remember. The ad–which we’re looking at in its most explicit cut–still launched Kate into a very memorable career…


Adriana Lima, Gisele Bundchen, Heidi Klum, Ana Hickman, Laetitia Casta: Victoria’s Secret “What is Sexy”

The simple answer: 10s. They’re all 10’s. Can you imagine working on that shoot?


Miller Lite Cat Fight Girls: Kitana Baker & Tanya Ballinger

The Ultimate Male Fantasy Beer Commercial has now become known as the beginning of the end for good Miller Lite commercials. This was their swan song. Since then, they’ve opted for man laws and other bullsh*t that’s missed the mark. Kitana appeared in two WWE PPV events (with Tanya) and won Playboy’s “Girl Next Door” competition. In addition to the WWE cameos, Tanya appeared in Stuff‘s April 2003 issue.


Simona Fusco Stratten: GoDaddy Shower

Simona was born and raised in Europe, splitting time between Milan, Italy and Vienna, Austria. She’s appeared on Mental, Shark, Cougar Club, and Entourage–in addition to playing one of the hot Swedes in Beerfest. There’s a super f*cking hot deleted scene you should check out here.


Diane and Elaine Klimaszewski: Coors Light Twins

This spot (and the ladies’ careers) can be summed up in two words: … AND TWIIIIIIIIIIIINS! Other credits include modeling on Let’s Make A Deal, bit parts in Problem Child 2, a spread in Maxim, dancing in WCW’s Nitro Girls group, and a cameo in Scary Movie 3.


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