- More super hot Megan Fox offering up her bootyliciousness for Emporio Armani.
- More CK One idiocy from Calvin Klein.
- Contiki is out with a Facebook competition offering trips to Italy, the Greek Islands and New Zealand.
- And, yea, here's the Gisele Bundchen ad in which her hotness is completely ignored by her husband in favor of what's on SKY HDTV.
- Saatchi LA has launched the third round of its Toyota Sponsafier challenge, a contest that allows NASCAR fans to design their own Sprint Cup car.
Oh what a witty placement, TracyLocke. Witty, indeed. As you have all heard by now, the drool fest otherwise known as the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition is out and it's full of women whose pendulous juggs are not very well covered.
So, as TracyLocke so wittiliciously thought, what better place to advertise a couple of juggs of Tabasco sauce.
And that, as they say, is that.
Yesterday in New York at the Global Team Ford offices of Ogilvy & Mather, Ford's James Farley and WPP's Sir Martin Sorrell unveiled a new global campaign for the Ford Focus. Breaking Tuesday in America during American Idol, the campaign will highlight several of the vehicle's features such as assisted parking and ability to become a wifi hotspot.
Fifty commercials, all :15 to :20 in length, highlighting 14 individual features will air throughout the duration of the campaign across Europe, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa and will carry the tagline, "Feel the difference." While the television ads will be tailored to air globally, a first for the brand, country-specific efforts will play out online and in social media.
You've got to love those crazy Asians. Of course, to be fair, when they look at American culture, it's quite likely they think we're just as crazy. But in how many countries is it OK to hold a contest to determine which girl is the best "bagel face?"
In Korea, a girl who is a bagel face is described as having the best combination of baby face and hot body. And actress Shin Se Kyung, with her "innocent" yet "curvy in all the right places" figure has scored the top spot.
Currently, Shin Se Kyung can be seen in a series of commercials and print ads for lingerie brand Vivien. And the commercials, which broke February 21, are just as crazy as the whole bagel face thing.