Super Bowl Ads 2016: Funniest and Most Emotional Commercials Shown

February 8, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Peyton Manning got his Lombardi Trophy, Von Miller earned a blank check in free agency and Coldplay got to dance with Beyonce and Bruno Mars, but the real winners of the 2016 Super Bowl were, of course, the commercials.
From funny to sad to animals to appearances by some of the biggest actors and artists in the world, the advertising industry didn't spare any expense in capturing the minds of the globe.
Including about $5 million per spot, according to Claire Groden of Fortune. Not that anyone would argue it wasn't totally worth it.
Seriously, most companies went big and won big. In the humor department, T-Mobile bested all others. The company busted out Steve Harvey and toyed with his recent hiccup in the Miss Universe pageant:
In another much-discussed ad, Drake made some, well, additions to his song "Hotline Bling":
T-Mobile wasn't the only company to bust out major names in the hopes of entertaining viewers and building brand awareness.
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