The crop of Super Bowl ads 2021 employed a large contingent of A-lest celebrities in front and behind the camera and featured major Hollywood brands. Not surprisingly, they dominated the list of most watched Super Bowl commercials on YouTube during gameday. Google Sunday night released data about the Top 10 most viewed ads globally on its video platform Feb. 7 through 7 PM PT. Topping the list are Michael B. Jordan’s Alexa commercial, Bruce Springsteen’s Jeep ad and the Edward Scissorhands sequel spot for Cadillac starring Timothée Chalamet and Winona Ryder. Also in the Top 10 was another throwback to the early 1990s, the Uber Eats pitch by the Wayne’s World duo, joined by Cardi B; the David Fincher-produced Anheuser-Busch commercial; Doritos’ 2D Matthew McConaughey; the star-studded Paramount+ ad; and trailers for Marvel/Disney+’s The Falcon and The Winter Soldier and Amazon Prime Video’s Coming To America 2. Related Story The Weeknd’s Super Bowl Halftime Show Scores A Touchdown – Review; Watch The Full Performance – Update According to Google, viewership of Super Bowl ads on YouTube during the game rose over 70% on TV screens from last year. The YouTube channel for half-time show headliner The Weeknd peaked at over… Read full this story
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