Transcript for The best of Super Bowl LIII commercials
We’re back now with the super bowl ads that made you laugh or maybe even cry. ABC’s Chris Connelly is in L.A. With all the details, good morning Chris. Reporter: Good morning, Michael. The game was played in a climate-controlled stadium. But during those ads the temperature was in the 90s. The 1990s. With pop culture icons of the era well represented among the celebrity pitch. From the backstreet boys to Sarah Michelle gellar. 2019 super bowl ads ??? I want it that way ??? Reporter: Other celebs cardi B. Did this rapid-fire Pepsi ad with lil John and Steve carell. And this dilly-dilly crossover event between bud light and game of thrones! Taking on the bud light knight with dragons taking the sky. Listen, Adam Scott punching the numbers with 2chain. And A-Rod and Charlie Shean going thumbs-up for planeters. The ad earned the most retweets after its super bowl launch. ?????? Reporter: Amid the sights, the sounds, and the smells, like this digital-only ad for Pampers with John legend and Adam Levine, stood out. This ad for Washington post, narrated by Tom Hanks. I have no ads to stack with. No mouth to taste it. Reporter: The company taking the persona to Twitter. Tweeting, 100 many people coming together for one event. Yet I remain alone. And Microsoft’s spot for its adaptive game controllers starring some young people playing and winning hearts. It’s a really good thing to have in this world. Reporter: Icons in different league including our own Michael Strahan, tore it up literally, along with drew Brees, Odell Beckham Jr. And in the spot for the NFL’s 100th anniversary. Tom Brady with five ring in that ad. He’ll have six now. In fact, he probably have seven if it weren’t for the fine work of my esteemed colleague. All right, thank you so much, Chris. But six, minus one, he still has five more than me. I appreciate the shout-out. Thank you. Thank you, Chris Coming up, superstar cardi
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