Best Super Bowl 2011 Commercials: Doritos Pug Attack and Pepsi MAX Love Hurts
Best Super Bowl 2011 Commercials:
Doritos Pug Attack and Pepsi MAX Love Hurts
VIDEOS: The February 6, 2011 USA TODAY Super Bowl Ad Meter has spoken.
The Doritos first place winners of the "Crash the Super Bowl" contest are Doritos "Pug Attack" video, and Pepsi Max's "Love Hurts" video.
The Super Bowl 2011 commercials were highly anticipated, and people that don't even like football were anxiously waiting for the Super Bowl commercials, reported Good Morning America. The first place winners won $1,000,000 each.
Doritos, Pepsi Max "Crash the Super Bowl" Winners
The second place winner for the "Crash the Super Bowl" Doritos challenge was "House Sitting" who won $600,000. The third place winner was "The Best Part" who picked up a cool $400,000. They beat out the "Adam & Eve", and "Birthday Wish" commercials.
The second place winner for the "Crash the Super Bowl" Pepsi MAX challenge was "First Date" for $600,000. The third place winner was "Torpedo Cooler" and won $400,000. The beat out "Elevator Girl", and "Zero Calories? PSSHH!"
Good Morning America claimed that the Doritos "Pug Attack" was the most Tweeted about brand on TV last night. No doubt, it was probably the funniest amateur commercials produced, and like GMA's George Stephanopoulos says, "Everyone likes pugs!"
Other great commercials were the GoDaddy Joan Rivers commercial, and the Volkswagen Darth Vader ad, who at this time had received 15,181,074 hits on YouTube!
See all the commercials in the video viewer to the left.
For the rest of the Best 2011 Super Bowl Commercials, go to USA TODAY Ad Meter article here.
Rhode Island Super Bowl Fans
The 2011 Super Bowl game was also very popular in the Providence, Rhode Island area as well. Thousands of football fans are still talking about the Best 2011 Super Bowl commercials today. The Providence Journal posted a list of local eateries that were showing the Super Bowl game on big screen TV's along with plenty of beer and chicken wings.
At Snooker’s in Providence, you could watch the game AND play pool! Sullivan’s Rhode had seven 50-inch TVs, and McFadden’s Restaurant and Saloon had TV's at each table. No doubt this brought plenty of money into the Providence area.