Super Bowl 50: James Corden parodies Cindy Crawford's 1992 Pepsi commercial
James Corden got into the Super Bowl spirit on Sunday, recreating Cindy Crawford’s iconic 1992 Pepsi commercial.
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The original commercial — which, naturally, debuted during the Super Bowl — saw the supermodel getting out of her car to fetch an ice-cold Pepsi from a gas station vending machine. As two young boys look on, they admire the “great new Pepsi can.” The Corden parody follows the same beats, but includes Corden himself, who hops out of the car to help Crawford out when she discovers that the machine is stuck. Slow-motion, a too-tight tank top, and burping ensue. Check out both the parody and the original below.
The spot aired as part of his post-Super Bowl special, which also featured a Carpool Karaoke segment with Elton John, and drop-ins from guests including Zac Efron, Anna Kendrick, and Adam Devine.
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