Let's be honest, people.
At least half of you who will be tuning into CBS' coverage of Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday will be plopping down and pigging out to see the commercials, not the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens duke it out for the Lombardi Trophy.
And that's perfectly fine.
Here are a few Super Bowl commercials we'll all be dying to see on Sunday.
Anheuser-Busch's Budweiser is a staple in Super Bowl ads, especially when it features everyone's favorite type of horse: the Clydesdale.
Budweiser will be looking to wrap fans in during Super Bowl XLVII when it debuts its new ad featuring a baby Clydesdale that is looking to bond with its trainer.
According to Michigan Live, fans will be able to vote on the name of the baby horse, only adding to the excitement surrounding this adorable ad.
It's a different type of ad for the brewing company—which usually goes the comedy route—but I think this commercial will really hit home with the animal lovers (if you can rip them away from Animal Planet's coverage of the Puppy Bowl, of course).
Bar Refaeli Loves Nerds
What if I told you that you would have the opportunity to see Bar Refaeli showcasing her moves on national television?
Like Kate Upton—whom we'll also see on Sunday—mention model Bar Refaeli, and I'm there.
The gorgeous Israeli model will be featured in GoDaddy.com's marketing campaign this year in an extremely unexpected way.
Kissing a nerd.
Awkward? Maybe, but she's still a complete smoke show.
Perhaps this is reminiscent of your first kiss? You wish.
Oh, and we still get the pleasure of seeing Danica Patrick as well.
Amy Poehler Is Funny
The always funny and entertaining Amy Poehler stars in Best Buy's Super Bowl ad as an energetic customer with a lot of questions—at least I think.
You know her from Saturday Night Live and Parks and Recreation, but Poehler will be bringing you a different kind of funny when she teams up with the Blue Shirts in the first quarter of Super Bowl XLVII.
Poehler is arguably the funniest woman on the planet and doesn't get anywhere near the credit she deserves for her comedic talents.
Hopefully, this ad will shed light on her talents and finally put an end to Roseanne Barr's comedy career.
What other commercials and ads are you most looking forward to on Sunday during Super Bowl XLVII?
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