Post Malone, Peyton Manning Star In “Easy Night Out” Bud Light Super Bowl Commercial

You know what they say — be careful what you wish for.

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Melanie Rooten

Melanie has been writing for Music Mayhem since August of 2023. Originally from Southern California and currently residing in Nashville, Tennessee, she graduated from Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Oklahoma in 2023 with a BA in Journalism. During her time as a music/entertainment journalist, Melanie’s work has been featured in Country Now, Celeb Secrets, We Got This Covered, Decider and more. You can connect with her on Twitter to see all of her recent articles: @MelanieRooten

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Posted on February 11, 2024

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Post Malone, Peyton Manning; Photo Courtesy of Bud Light Super Bowl Commercial

While the Super Bowl is all about football, music is beautifully integrated into the event with phenomenal performances — from stars like Reba McEntire, Andra Day, Usher, and more this year — as well as commercials that feature some of the biggest celebrities of 2024. This blend of football and music is evident in Bud Light’s Super Bowl commercial this year, bringing together both Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning and platinum recording artist Post Malone in an advertisement that is equally effective as it is silly.

Post Malone, Peyton Manning Star In Bud Light Super Bowl LVIII Commercial

To kick off the minute-long commercial, a fan in a Denver Broncos jersey with the last name Manning on the back cracks open a bottle of Bud Light, ultimately unleashing the “Bud Light Genie” who is there to grant a seemingly endless number of wishes.

From receiving a head of “80s metal hair” and a “giant bicep” to being “filthy rich” and “invisible” and beyond, the Broncos fan and his friends took full advantage of the genie, even causing Peyton Manning and Post Malone to enter the picture.

Post Malone; Photo Courtesy of Bud Light Super Bowl Commercial
Post Malone; Photo Courtesy of Bud Light Super Bowl Commercial

“I wish Peyton Manning was my best friend,” the Broncos fan shares with the “Bud Light Genie,” causing the Hall of Fame quarterback to appear.

Similarly, his friend wishes for Post Malone — an individual who will be putting on a stellar pre-game performance at Super Bowl LVIII — who promptly appears as well. It is safe to say that nobody saw this crossover coming, with the two superstars seemingly only interacting with one another once at the 2023 CMA Awards, where Manning was the host and Malone was a performer.

Nonetheless, another celebrity appearance occurs shortly after one friend says “I wish I was at that fight” while pointing to the television, and almost instantaneously popping up in the presence of the CEO of the UFC, Dana White.

With Manning wishing for a house party and Malone wishing for a Tyrannosaurus Rex, these wishes seemingly get out of hand, with the group escaping the madness by wishing to go to Super Bowl LVIII, ultimately closing out the commercial once and for all.

This appearance marks Post Malone’s second time appearing in a Bud Light Super Bowl advertisement.

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Super Bowl LVIII

The San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs will go head-to-head at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada on Sunday (February 11) at 6:30/5:30pm CT during the 2024 Super Bowl, broadcasting via CBS and streaming via Paramount Plus.

While the game is sure to knock the socks off of football fans from coast to coast, Super Bowl LVIII has a star-studded lineup of performers for all pop culture lovers, with Reba McEntire singing the National Anthem, Post Malone singing “America the Beautiful” and Andra Day singing “Lift Every Voice And Sing” as pre-game performances, Usher putting on a phenomenal halftime show, and beyond.

Do not forget to set your DVRs, because Super Bowl LVIII is gearing up to be the best one yet.

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Melanie has been writing for Music Mayhem since August of 2023. Originally from Southern California and currently residing in Nashville, Tennessee, she graduated from Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Oklahoma in 2023 with a BA in Journalism. During her time as a music/entertainment journalist, Melanie’s work has been featured in Country Now, Celeb Secrets, We Got This Covered, Decider and more. You can connect with her on Twitter to see all of her recent articles: @MelanieRooten

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