The 2024 Super Bowl was certainly a star-studded event. We’re not just talking about the match.
The game between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers featured several celebrities (including halftime show performer Usher and Kansas City Chiefs’ No. 1 fan Taylor Swift), but there were no commercial breaks. The advertising inside was a star as well.
Last year’s game featured hilarious and heartwarming TV spots from companies like Budweiser and Doritos, and this year’s commercials were just as captivating.
David Beckham and Victoria Beckham team up with Uber Eats to create a memorable commercial about forgetting precious moments, and Ben Affleck has a celebrity cameo featuring his best friend (and wife Jennifer Lopez) He fully showed off his love for Dunkin in a commercial full of appearances.
Read on as we recap the best commercials from Super Bowl 2024.
State Farm’s Super Bowl ad features Arnold Schwarzenegger, who has been cast as Agent State Farm in the movie. But when I have trouble pronouncing “neighbor,” I ask a former friend for a little help. twins Co-starring Danny DeVito.
In this Super Bowl ad, Zach Braff and Donald Faison welcome Jason Momoa into the neighborhood with a song and dance about T-Mobile Home Internet.
Google Pixel has attracted millions of viewers with its heartwarming commercial that explains how the phone uses special technology that makes it easy for people with visual impairments to capture photos of life’s most important moments. It brought tears to my eyes.
Judge Judy serves up justice and beauty in this elf cosmetics ad starring all former judges. suit From co-stars to Meghan Trainor (and even PEOPLE staff!).
In the brand’s commercial, the one and only Beyoncé tries (and fails) to break through Verizon’s network. (Interestingly, she ended up breaking the internet when she teased new music at the end of the commercial.)
Kate McKinnon plays a cat owner in this witty Hellmann ad, which goes viral when the animal says the word “mayo,” and PEOPLE details Pete’s relationship with the cat. Including a parody cover story, something terrible happens to the superstar’s pet. Davidson.
After unpacking from 1972, Ken Jeong plays a man who discovers all the new things life has to offer, including Popeye’s chicken wings, in this funny Super Bowl ad.