These 4 Super Bowl Commercials Tugged at Our Heart Strings + Where to Watch the Halftime Show
Can you believe that I wasn't interested in watching the Super Bowl this year? Well, let's just say that unless my beloved COWBOYS are in the Super Bowl, I can use that time for something more productive, like KNITTING.
But I did tune in long enough to see a few of the Super Bowl commercials. And before I completely tuned out, these were the commercials that caught my eye. And I'll admit, I shed a tear. Companies really know how to pull at our heart strings!
Toyota: Start Your Impossible This is the story of the McKeever Brothers, whom went on to win 10 Gold Medals at the Paralympics after overcoming insurmountable odds. This commercial, which was a complete tearjerker, is a reminder to keep pushing towards your purpose, even when things seem hard.
Squarespace: Sally’s Seashells
In this commercial, Sally, whom started her seashell business, quickly found out that she wasn’t making any money by the sea shore. In order to succeed in business, she had to think big. Starring Zendaya and Andre 3000 of OutKast fame, this Squarespace commercial will have you ready and eager to start your side hustle.
Watch the ad here: Sally's Seashells (Extended) | Big Game Commercial 2022
Expedia: Stuff (Made to Travel)
Staring Ewan McGregor, this Expedia commercial pokes fun at other Super Bowl ads, which always promote the next big thing. Instead, this commercial challenges us to think about what really matters in life. After watching this, the next big thing doesn’t really seem to matter.
Watch the ad here: Stuff | Made to Travel | 60 | Expedia
Mary J. Blige: Hologic, the Science of Sure
Mary J. Blige is a big name in R&B, but even she prioritizes healthcare. No matter who you are, this commercial reminds us that we have to prioritize our healthcare. After all, how will we get better if we don’t know anything is wrong?
Want to catch up on the rest of the commercials? Here where to watch every 2022 Super Bowl commercial made. Missed the Super Bowl Half-Time Show, which starred Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, 50 Cent, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar and Eminem? Watch the full show here.