Budweiser will surely capture the hearts of many Sunday with its heartwarming “Lost Dog” Super Bowl ad. Budweiser’s ad, which is a sequel to last year’s “Puppy Love” ad, features the Clydesdales, their favorite yellow lab puppy, and reworked version of “I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles),” performed by Sleeping At Last.
In an attempt to mock Budweiser’s “Lost Dog“/”Puppy Love” Super Bowl commercial, GoDaddy got a yellow Labrador puppy of their own and created “Journey Home.” The ad, which released online Tuesday, sparked immediate backlash and was pulled from YouTube in just a few hours. The controversial ad will no longer air during Super Bowl XLIX.
Over the past several years Peter Cohen of Goleta, California has spent more than $40,000 transforming his home into an incredible feline playground for a group of rescue cats. Cohen’s perfect feline paradise features tunnels, archways, bridges, floating shelves, spiral staircases and more. Resident Manuel Flores says, “It’s like this is their house and we’re living here with them.”
Similac takes aim at the war between mothers in their most recent ad, “The Mother ‘Hood.” Similac says, “We believe it’s time to embrace mothers who choose to embrace motherhood. Time to put down the fingers and the subtle suggestions. Because no two of us are the same, but we’re all in this together.”
Director/Theatre Arts teacher Scot Pankey and students at A. Maceo Smith New Tech High School in Dallas, Texas recently took part in a choreographed dance to “Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars. The impressive one-take dance features Pankey leading students on a grooving to the hit song through the school’s hallways.