Watch the sexiest Super Bowl 2012 commercials staring supermodels, race car driver, fitness guru and a soccer player.
Several Super Bowl 2012 ads are using the old marketing concept of sex sells.
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The Go Daddy Super Bowl ads have always been sexy and the 2012 Go Daddy Super Bowl Commercials are actually their sexiest ever.
The Go Daddy Super Bowl 2012 .co ad features hot lingerie model Natalia Velez naked. The Go Daddy Super Bowl 2012 Ad titled the Cloud features Danica Patrick and the Pussycat Dolls. Both ads will get a web encore promising to be even more sexy.
There is also a sexy Super Bowl 2012 ad for the ladies. The H&M Super Bowl 2012 ad features David Beckham in body wear.
Below you find the list of the Sexiest Super Bowl 2012 Ads. Chrysler surprised with the sexy Fiat Super Bowl commercial featuring Romanian model Catrinel Menghia.
Click the links to watch the sexiest Super Bowl commercials of 2012.
Sexiest Super Bowl Ads of 2012:
- Teleflora Super Bowl 2012 Ad
The ad starts with Adriana Lima putting on stockings...
- Fiat Super Bowl 2012 Ad - Seduction
Hot Italian girl with scorpion tattoo seduces a guy on the street.
- Go Daddy Super Bowl 2012 Ad - Body Paint
Natalia Velez is naked and Danica Patrick and Jillian Michaels are applying body paint on her.
- Go Daddy Super Bowl 2012 Ad - Cloud
Danica Patrick is wears a hot angel outfit and the new Pussycat Dolls are just hot.
- Kia Super Bowl Ad
Adriana Lima makes waving flags sexy wearing a sexy bikini.
- H&M Super Bowl Ad
David Beckham shows off his tattoos in his signature underwear.
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