When it comes to the Super Bowl, the commercials can be just as exiting as the game, and this year, we’re in for a treat– there’s a balance of hysterical, wacky ads, and some serious, more emotional ones, as well. When it comes to the funny, the usual players certainly brought their A-game, like Wix.com, the NFL itself, and Honda.
Scroll down to check out the funniest Super Bowl commercials of 2017.
1. Mr. Clean’s Sexy Dance Moves
Mr. Clean shows off some seductive dance moves in the ad above.
2. Buick Featuring Cam Newton and Miranda Kerr
Cam Newton takes on people half (actually, less) his height in this hysterical ad for Buick. At the end, you can catch a glimpse of supermodel Miranda Kerr, who steps in as the coach.
3. Squarespace’s John Malkovich Ad
It’s John Malkovich… being John Malkovich… in an ad about Squarespace. Check out www.JohnMalkovich.com to visit the actor’s new fashion line– yes, it’s real!
4. T-Mobile and J-Biebs
What’s a Super Bowl without a little it of the Biebs? In this commercial, Justin has a dance off with Terrell Owens and Rob Gronkowski.
5. Kia with Melissa McCarthy
Melissa McCarthy was definitely put to the test when it came to filming these Kia commercials. She was forced to run through the dessert, and even got stranded on an iceberg.
There’s nothing better than seeing a young Steve Carrell. The spot features Steve Carrell, Tina Fey, Robert Redford, Amy Adams, Jimmy Kimmel, Viola Davis, Stan Lee, Missy Elliot, and more of our favorite celebs.
7. Febreze’s #NationalMovement
We all hold it in until the halftime show. Febreze’s national movement is just that– our halftime movement… in the bathroom.
8. Buffalo Wild Wings with Brett Favre
This odd ad features Brett Favre and the Buffalo Wild Wings Interference Intelligence, who visit him to try and solve the mystery of who is behind his all-time interception record.
9. Bud Light’s Commercial with Spud MacKenzie
Spuds MacKenzie is back! The famed dog from the ’80s makes his debut as a ghost in Bud Light’s 2017 Super Bowl commercial.
10. Snickers Live Commercial
Adam Driver was part of the world’s first live Super Bowl commercial.