Advertisers have featured heartbreaking stories, cartoon characters and even recruited celebrities as they attempt to grab the public’s attention during this year’s $400million Super Bowl adverts. Google Assistant’s memory function, Jeep’s ‘Groundhog Day’ and Reese’s ‘how to take a break’ adverts are among the 77 companies to have created adverts for the all-important breaks. Presidential candidates have also weighed in with Donald Trump and Mike Bloomberg both securing advert slots, with the sitting president’s offering sparking outrage. Celebrities including Chrissy Teigen, Jennifer Lopez and Ellen DeGeneres also appeared in the adverts – helping to create a buzz on social media. Network station Fox, which organises the Super Bowl adverts, said it raked in an estimated $400 million in sales. Google Assistant’s advert with a husband asking the device to record memories of his late wife has warmed hearts this year, but Jeep’s offering of Bill Murray driving a car with a fluffy animal received the most plaudits, according to Ad Week. Below is a look at the most talked-about commercials that aired during the broadcast. Google Assistant News reporter Vic Vela was left in tears by the commercial, writing on Twitter: ‘Google demonstrated that ads can be about more than… Read full this story
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