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SNL’s Pete Davidson Stars In His First Commercial For The Super Bowl.

SNL’s Pete Davidson Stars In His First Commercial For The Super Bowl.

Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson’s Super Bowl ad will mark his commercial debut during the big game, as he will appear in a funny commercial for Hellmann’s. The commercial came online after Pete Davidson was booed at a college basketball game. Now he’ll be confronted by an NFL star on national TV during a Super Bowl commercial.

That NFL star is appropriately former Super Bowl winner Jerod Mayo, who played for eight seasons in the league and racked up a lot of tackles during his career.

SNL’s Pete Davidson Stars In His First Commercial For The Super Bowl.

In a 2022 Super Bowl commercial, former NFL player Jerod Mayo is tackling food waste by literally confronting people trying to waste food. “Make Taste Not Waste” is the tagline for the TV spot, with Mayo confronting a couple in their home, a mother in front of her son, a grandmother looking in the refrigerator.

Another scene shows Pete Davidson munching on some snacks during a house party with his mother when Mayo approaches him.

With the Super Bowl being the second most wasted day of the year, Hellmann’s continues to address the issue by urging people not to waste food. According to ET Online, more celebrities who are working to curb this problem will be revealed. Viewers can check out the campaign on the Hellmann’s website, including various recipes to make using their products.

Pete Davidson , 28, is currently dating reality star and entrepreneur Kim Kardashian as she continues to deal with the aftermath of her divorce from Kanye West last February.

She will be one of several SNL stars appearing in Super Bowl ads, too, as another ad features married couple Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost.

Written by Emma Fisher

TV Writer.
Former Senior Editor of theworldnewsdaily.com

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