The ad is one of three spots — totaling 2.5 minutes long — that Bud's parents, Anheuser-Busch InBev, placed at this year's Super Bowl LVIII.
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Rapper Post Malone got things started at the Super Bowl on Sunday by delivering a haunting rendition of “America the Beautiful” during the pre-show for the big game.
Malone, born Austin Richard Post, gave a rousing rendition of the iconic song in front of both the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers as well as hundreds of fans and more watching from the comfort of their living rooms.
Malone, 28, revealed he was tapped to sing on the pre-match show last month.
Malone joined country music icon Reba McEntire and R&B singer Andra Day who performed the national anthem and “Lift Every Voice and Sing” before kickoff at 6:30 p.m.
The Grammy winner is no stranger to the chaos that ensues on Super Bowl Sunday.
In addition to her performance to kick off the evening, the singer also appeared in a commercial with NFL legend Peyton Manning… and a T-Rex for the beer company Bud Light.
Commercial which He was discharged on Tuesday It features the former Indianapolis Colts quarterback, 47, and a group of friends who woke up the Bud Light genie and started making silly wishes.
“Wishes are my thing,” says the man in the tracksuit.
After a series of requests that ranged from “80s hair” to “nice ride,” one Denver Broncos fan said, “I wish Peyton Manning was my best friend,” prompting the Hall of Famer to come forward.
Another friend managed to bring the rapper into existence after asking the genie “I want Post Malone.”
The desires begin to spiral out of control as Manning himself gets in on the action by demanding a house party where Malone takes center stage.
Everything seems to be going well until a huge T-Rex stumbles into the party.
“Who asked for a T-Rex,” one person asked.
“Guilty,” the “Go Flex” singer replied.
After the commercial was released, Malone released a statement about how excited he was to be making his third commercial for the beer company.
“I'm here to win a three-peat, and I'm excited to be back with Bud Light for my third Super Bowl commercial,” said Malone, who starred in the company's 2021 and 2020 commercials.
The tone of the ad is also noticeably different as the company struggles to recover after its failed marketing attempt with TikToker Dylan Mulvaney sent sales plummeting.
“Lifelong beer expert. General travel enthusiast. Social media buff. Zombie maven. Communicator.”