The Celebrities of the Super Bowl 2012 Ads

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Celebrities are besides dogs and kids the most favorite ingredients for Super Bowl commercials. As we get closer to the Big Game on February 5, Super Bowl advertisers start to reveal details about their pricey ($3.5 to $4 million) Super Bowl 2012 ads. In this report we track the celebrity appearances in the Super Bowl 2012 Ads.
Kia is currently in the lead with having three celebrities in the Kia Super Bowl 2012 Ad including hot super model Adriana Lima. H&M is trotting out David Beckham for their first Super Bowl ad ever.

See below the current list of Super Bowl Ad celebrities. Click on the links to find out in which Super Bowl Ads they appear.
Celebrities in Super Bowl 2012 Ads:
(last updated: 05/02/12)
  1. Adam Levine
  2. Adriana Lima
  3. Apolo Ohno
  4. Barry Melrose
  5. Betty White
  6. Blake Shelton
  7. Cee Lo Green
  8. Chuck Liddell
  9. Clint Eastwood
  10. Christina Aguilera
  11. Danica Patrick
  12. David Beckham
  13. Dick Vitale
  14. Donald Trump
  15. Deion Sanders
  16. Elton John
  17. Jay Leno
  18. Jerry Seinfeld
  19. Jessica Blackmore
  20. Jillian Michaels
  21. John Stamos
  22. Mark Cuban
  23. Matthew Broderick
  24. Melanie Amaro
  25. Michelle Beadle
  26. Mike Milbury
  27. Mötley Crüe
  28. Natalia Velez
  29. New Pussycat Dolls (Lauren Bennett, Vanessa Curry, Chrystina Sayers, Erica Kiehl Jenkins, Paula van Oppen)
  30. Steven Nash
  31. Tim Duncan
  32. Troy Aikman
  33. Will Arnett
  34. Regis Philbin


The Super Bowl 2012 is taking place in Indianapolis on February 5th, 2012. Watch already the first fully released Super Bowl 2012 Commercials online. Super Bowl Ads for Geeks is covering everything there is to know (Super Bowl 2012 Facts) about the Super Bowl 2012 Ads and more, leading up to the big game. The coverage on Super Bowl Ads for Geeks extends our famous Super Bowl for Geeks Guide on I4U News. See who the 2012 Super Bowl Advertisers are.


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