Go Daddy already released their Super Bowl 2009 commercial on the net way before the game. The Web host provider had gotten approval for two ads way in advance of Super Bowl 43 and had users vote on which one Go Daddy should air on Super Bowl Sunday.
The first Super Bowl ad features Danica Patrick taking a shower with another hot blond woman as three college students watch.
The second option, like Go Daddy's legendary 2005 Super Bowl ad, spoofs a controversial issue. "Baseball" takes on the steroids scandal in typical GoDaddy-esque style. It would not be Go Daddy if the company didn't have more riskay and sexy "Internet-Only" Super Bowl ads in store for you. We got the teasers of the Internet Only versions of the Shower and Baseball Go Daddy ads. You can watch the video below to get an idea what is coming from Go Daddy on Super Bowl Sunday on the Internet.
"Viewers have come to expect our edgy Internet-Only versions on Super Bowl Sunday and this year's online video really pushes the envelope," said Go Daddy CEO and Founder Bob Parsons. "In fact, the extended version of ‘Baseball' almost makes me blush."
The Go Daddy "Baseball" ad is a spoof of the steroids scandal. The extended "Internet-Only version" features eye popping "enhancements" and a GoDaddy-esque nod to television journalists.
The twist in the Internet-Only version of Go Daddy's Shower Super Bowl commercial are supposed to be hilarious. Find out more and watch the TV versions of the Go Daddy Super Bowl 2009 ads.
Super Bowl 2009 will be happening on Sunday February 1st. This Super Bowl is a treat for geeks that is why we will cover it even more than in 2008. Despite the recession a 30 second Super Bowl Ad costs about $3m and there should be lots of must see commercials again. There will be for instance the first 3D Super Bowl Ads and lots of Super Bowl Ads featuring new 2009 Sci-fi Movies including the new Star Trek and the next Transformers movie. Do not forget to get your 3D Glasses for hot Super Bowl 3D Ads.
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