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Danica Patrick Wears Muscle Suit in Newest GoDaddy Commercial

AVONDALE, AZ - NOVEMBER 10:  Danica Patrick, driver of the #10 GoDaddy.com Chevrolet, looks on during pre-race ceremonies prior to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series AdvoCare 500 at Phoenix International Raceway on November 10, 2013 in Avondale, Arizona.  (Photo by Jerry Markland/Getty Images)
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Timothy RappFeatured Columnist IVDecember 16, 2016

GoDaddy.com has been known to incorporate sex appeal in their commercials, so the latest commercial featuring Danica Patrick may pleasantly surprise you.

In it, Patrick is seen dressed in a full muscle suit and running in front of a group of men. Check out the picture below, via SportsNation on Twitter:

And here's video of the filming (hat tip to Nick Bromberg of Yahoo! Sports):

In case you aren't familiar with Patrick's work as a spokesperson for GoDaddy, well, let's just say the ads are normally a bit more suggestive.

There's this one from the 2009 Super Bowl:

At least that one has a nice twist at the end.

Then there's this tasteful court-scene spot that pokes fun at the congressional hearings on steroids use in baseball. 

Fun stuff.

It remains to be seen if GoDaddy is poking fun at themselves and the sex appeal they use in commercials by putting Patrick in a muscle suit, or if they will use it as a twist within the commercial to poke fun at viewers hoping for something a bit sexier.

A bit of humor might be good for Patrick's image right now, as she very publicly seemed displeased with Jay Mohr for poking fun at her during the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Awards. Mohr joked that Patrick—seated near the stage—wasn't used to being near the front.

Patrick didn't laugh.

At least in this latest GoDaddy commercial, however, it appears a sense of humor will be on display.

 

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