The Super Bowl is one of the biggest days of the year. And, on Sunday (Feb. 12), millions of people around the country will be tuning in to catch Super Bowl LVII, where the Kansas City Chiefs will take on the Philadelphia Eagles at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
The half-time show will also be a major highlight, with Rihanna taking the stage to sing a myriad of her biggest hits. Folks can also look for country superstar Chris Stapleton, who will sing the national anthem before kick off.
Babyface is also gearing up to treat viewers and lucky Super Bowl ticket holders as he prepares to sing “America the Beautiful.”
“The whole thing is that I have to think… ‘What kind of arrangement are you going to do? Do you want [there] to be a choir… you want this… want to do urban… want this and that?’” Babyface told ET Online about his upcoming Super Bowl performance. “I just thought the best way for me to do it is to just pick up my guitar and sing it the way that I would have sung it when I was a kid.”
But, even with a star-studded lineup and football, the Super Bowl isn’t just about the game and the music entertainment. It’s also about the ads. And many viewers only watch the game to see the high quality Super Bowl ads. After all, many corporations will pony up, to get their name in one of the highly coveted commercial slots.
And this year, the Super Bowl doesn’t disappoint when it comes to casting high profile celebrities in its swath of commercials.
From Elton John and Billy Idol to Pete Davidson and Kevin Hart, check out the list below to see which stars will be showing up during Super Bowl LVII.
Sarah McLachlan (Busch Light Commercial)
The Grammy Award-winning singer and animal rights activist brings back her concern for helpless animals by reminding folks about the importance of shelter in a comical ad for Busch Light.
Nick Jonas (Dexcom G7 Commercial)
Nick Jonas has been public about his diagnosis of Type 1 diabetes, and he’s been teaming up with Dexcom since 2015 to help provide “magic moments” for diabetes patients. This time, he has been tapped to shine a light on Dexcom’s latest and greatest CGM system – the G7 sensor – to help adults and children digitally track their blood sugar levels.
Diddy (Uber One Commercial)
A Super Bowl commercial spot finds Diddy (Sean Diddy Combs) being selected to come up with a new and improved jingle for Uber One’s next campaign. Also starring in the ad is Montell Jordan, Kelis, Donna Lewis, Ylvis, and Haddaway, who all try to deliver their remixed best samples of songs from their career.
Meghan Trainor (Pringles Commercial)
Meghan Trainor stars in not one but two ads for Pringles. In the first commercial set to air during Super Bowl 2023, she is one of many who gets her arm stuck in the bottom of the container.
The second ad shows Trainor making the same mistake as she sets up her phone, presumably, to work her magic on social media.
Joan Jett, Billy Idol, Ozzy Osbourne, Gary Clark Jr., Kiss’ Paul Stanley (Workday Commercial)
A new Super Bowl ad for the workplace software company, Workday is bringing together some of the biggest rock stars as they reclaim the rock star title from those who use it in Corporate America. Joan Jett, Billy Idol, Ozzy Osbourne, Gary Clark Jr, Kiss’ Paul Stanley tell folks what it takes to be a true rockstar in this ad, developed by ad agency Ogilvy.
Osbourne even turns the tables in a 25-second preview, dressing up in office attire while interacting with co-workers.
Elton John, Jack Harlow, Missy Elliot (Doritos Commercial)
In a Doritos ad that is well over one minute, rapper Jack Harlow offers the latest fashion craze and gives fans a case of triangle fever after getting inspired by the triangle-shaped chip.
Missy Elliot and Elton John also make a cameo in the hilarious Super Bowl commercial, with Elliot appearing in an elevator and John winning an award over Harlow.
Ben Affleck & Jennifer Lopez (Dunkin’ Commercial)
Ben Affleck swaps out his acting career for a job working the Dunkin’ Donuts drive-through in the coffee and donut company’s first-ever 2023 Super Bowl commercial. Affleck’s pop superstar wife, Jennifer Lopez, also appears in the ad, filmed in Boston.
Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl (Crown Royal)
Foo Fighters’ frontman Dave Grohl appears in the new commercial for Crown Royal alongside Donna Grantis, who is a former member of Prince’s 3rdEyeGirl band. In the 2-minute clip, Grohl is seen in the studio, sipping on Crown Royal, with Grantis while instructing the guitarist through a shredding rendition of Canada’s National Anthem, “O Canada.”
Metro Boomin (Budweiser)
The Budweiser commercial features “Glock In My Lap” singer Metro Boomin in the studio, where a friend brings him a 6-pack of Budweiser to enjoy while working on new music.
Snoop Dogg And Martha Stewart (Sketchers)
Snoop Dogg is seen wearing several different pairs of Sketchers doing a variety of things from bike riding to sports to shopping.
In a second clip, Martha Stewart appears wearing the new and convenient Sketchers Slip-Ins while on the run, getting a tattoo of Snoop Dogg’s face and competing in gymnastics.
Non-Music Game Day Commercials
Ben Stiller, Steve Martin (Pepsi Commercial)
Everybody knows Ben Stiller and Steve Martin can act. But does that mean they’re always acting? In a hilarious teaser leading up to their own Super Bowl commercials for Pepsi Zero Sugar’s “Great Acting or Great Taste?” campaign, Stiller and Martin try to act like they dislike each other by poking fun at each other’s personality leaving the viewer to guess whether or not they mean what they say. It’s all part of Pepsi’s marketing team’s decision to let the consumer decide if Pepsi Zero Sugar is as good as the celebrities make it out to be.
Pete Davidson (Hellman’s Mayo Commercial)
Hellman’s Mayo is taking their slogan: Hellman’s brings leftovers to life – quite literally. The Super Bowl 2023 spot for the brand features actors Jon Hamm and Brie Larson, who find themselves shrunk down to size in a refrigerator. “Brie and Hamm! Ham and brie, I get it. And Hellmann’s!” Hamm says, realizing that the two’s names make up a ham and brie sandwich. Pete Davidson, who is also featured in the commercial, opens up the fridge and exclaims, “I’m gonna eat you guys.”
Death Metal Grandma (Liquid Death Commercial)
She may be in her 70s, but Dorothea Taylor – Liquid Death’s latest ambassador – can slay on the drums. Taylor, known affectionately as the Death Metal Grandma will prove that on Super Bowl Sunday when she shows off her skills on a drum kit before murdering her thirst in a commercial for Liquid Death Mountain Water.
Kevin Hart (DraftKings Commercial)
Comedian Kevin Hart appears at the ultimate football bash in the Super Bowl ad for DraftKings. The 30-second advertisement finds him rubbing shoulders with guests, including David Ortiz, Ludacris, Tony Hawk, Emmitt Smith, Julius Erving, and Lisa Leslie. Developed by Hart with HartBeat Productions, the less-than-a-minute slot for the online gambling operator’s aim is to promote a free bet.
Breaking Bad’s Walter White And Jesse Pinkman (PopCorners Commercial)
Breaking Bad actors Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston revived their roles as Walter White and Jesse Pinkman in the first-ever Super Bowl slot for PopCorners. Instead of selling drugs, these two try to make big bucks off the air-popped and not fried Popped-Corn snacks. Raymond Cruz, whose character is named Tuco, even thinks the treat is “tight!”
Will Ferrell (Netflix x General Motors Commercial)
One Super Bowl 2023 spot has Will Ferrell crashing the set of some of Netflix’s most popular shows and films, including Army of the Dead, Stranger Things, Squid Game, and more. And, it’s to let folks know that “General Motors is going electric, and Netflix is joining in by including more EVs.”
Fans can keep an eye out for the above commercials during the Super Bowl LVII The kick-off between Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles airs live on Sunday (Feb. 12) at 5:30 p.m. CT on FOX.