I have no idea if these hot little dance ads are new or not but maybe this is what she has been doing during her year of down time. There are two ads here showing off all her glorious hotness. This is what Britney does so well. And it's actually advertising related as opposed to my other excuse for advertising realted Britney post below.
Courtest of Apechild. Click the image to view the ads.
"I'd say [the original] is probably always going to be my favorite, because it's like a first girlfriend; it never gets better. But between Australia and the Amazon -- they're both really good."
"When you get to a final five that includes Rob -- probably the smartest guy to ever play the game -- and Heidi and Jenna -- definitely one of the most memorable couples to play 'Survivor' -- along with a guy everybody thinks is nuts, and to balance it out, a school principal [Butch] who won't look at the naked girls, you've got a great fivesome," Probst says. [via Zap2It]
On June 17, Ford will unveil it's new logo, first on the headquarters in Dearborn Michigan, then all around the world, on all new vehicles, and in all new advertising. The oval shape will be retained but the lighting and shadow effect will change.
�The oval is a memorable visual symbol that conjures up great images of the storied experiences people have had with their Ford vehicles,� said Jan Valentic, vice president for global marketing. �Almost every one around the world has been touched by the oval: owning a great car, riding in a friend's, singing about our great nameplate or seeing Ford vehicles on the silver screen. Ford, the oval, is a thread in the fabric of our culture.�
PUMA had one. Why not Mastercard? In a spoof of an old ad campaign called Indecent Proposal, we have a young man walking his date to the door in that cutesy and romantically awkward way when out of the blue comes, "So, how 'bout a blow job?"
Watch it here.