Jack Harlow, Cardi B & More Star In Sidesplitting Super Bowl Commercials

It's Super Bowl Sunday, which means televisions across the world will be inundated with theatrical advertisements featuring some of your favorite celebrities.

On Sunday night, February 12, a slew of hilarious commercials aired during Super Bowl LVII. To kick things off, Cardi B and Offset starred in their long-rumored McDonald's commercial that teased their upcoming collaborative meal. Later on, Kevin Hart, Ludacris, the Undertaker and David "Big Papi" Ortiz teamed up for a comical Draft Kings commercial. And if that didn't make you laugh, Ben Affleck working the drive-thru of Dunkin while his wife Jennifer Lopez pulls up to the window definitely will.

A few of the commercials were teased in the weeks leading up to Super Bowl LVII. Previously, Doritos released a couple of brief clips ahead of its commercial featuring Jack Harlow and Missy Elliott. In the comical ad, Harlow takes up a new passion for the triangle and pours all of his time and efforts into mastering the instrument.

In another teaser commercial for Uber One, Diddy is approached by the delivery service's marketing team to make a jingle. At first, his bodyguard denies the request by saying, "Diddy doesn't do jingles." Once they changed their verbiage to "hits," Diddy and his team seemed a lot more receptive.

"Meet me at the studio," Diddy said as he leaves to get to work.

Check out more of the most hilarious commercials that aired during Super Bowl LVII below.

Cardi B & Offset for McDonald's

Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez for Dunkin'

Avocados From Mexico

Bradley Cooper and his mom for T-Mobile

Alicia Silverstone as "Cher" in Clueless for Rakuten

Ben Stiller for Pepsi Zero

Downy aka Danny McBride for Downy Unstoppables

Sarah McLachlan for Busch Light

Diddy for Uber One

Jack Harlow & Missy Elliott for Dorito's

John Travolta, Zach Braff and Donald Faison for T-Mobile


Snoop Dogg, Martha Stewart and Tony Romo for Skechers

Kevin Hart, Ludacris, David "Big Papi" Ortiz and the Undertaker for Draft Kings

KISS, Ozzy Osbourne, Billy Idol, Joan Jett, Gary Clark Jr for Workday

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