Jan 27 2014, 9:16am CST | by Luigi Lugmayr
As reported the H&M Super Bowl 2014 Ad will again star David Beckham and his underwear line. H&M invites you to vote for one of two alternate endings for the H&M Super Bowl ad. In one David Beckham will be nude (#uncovered) and in the other one he will be covered by little something (#covered). The voting started today here .
It is clear though what the outcome of this voting will be. Beckham fans will want to see the pretty boy naked. Of course there will be no real nudity in a Super Bowl ad. The whole thing is quite senseless if you ask me. The uncovered vote count is already 3 times higher than for covered. More interesting is the shopping aspect of the H&M Super Bowl 2014 Ad . H&M will utilize Delivery Agent’s t-commerce platform to shop-enable their 30-second Super Bowl 2014 ad featuring David Beckham. You will have the opportunity to use your remote control to engage with the ad content and opt-in to purchase products as watch Beckham wearing his new Spring collection of David Beckham Bodywear. That is right, you can buy Beckham undies right there on you TV, if it is a new Samsung Smart TV.
Super Bowl 2014
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