A Go Daddy Super Bowl ad features supermodel Bar Refaeli, sexy Nascar driver Danica Patrick, and a very lucky nerdy-looking man.
While sex sells, the new Go Daddy commercial can make anyone feel uncomfortable. The beautiful Bar Refaeli represents "the sexy side" of Go Daddy while Walter, played by Jesse Heiman plays "the smart side" of Go Daddy. As Danica Patrick accounces, sexy and smart go together, but the slow-motion make out between Refaeli and Heiman is anything but please to the eyes, or the ears.
The sound effects of the make out session could make someone cringe. Luckily it'll be one of the last commercials to air during Super Bowl 2013 on Sunday.
Since the 30-second commercial is so unusual, it will probably be a successful advertisement, especially since the commercial doesn't explain what GoDaddy really is. The site is a web hosting company which registers domain names.
The commercial has been posted to YouTube and it is already receiving a lot of reaction as it has over 180,000 views. Over 800 people gave the video a thumbs up, while 350 disliked it. The video also has over 575 comments.
Some of the top ones include:
"Am i the only one who was more grossed out than turned on?" Karl Riya said.
"She can't quite hide her look of disgust as she pulls away.," user Hignetorio says.
Others seem to be quite jealous of Heiman.
"My God! Bar Refaeli is a goddess! Hey Godaddy, if I register a domain name with you guys, will I get a chance to make out with Bar?" user prazertv wrote.
"And how many guys want to be him right now?" stangace20 said, to which Go Daddy replied "Judging from our responses on Twitter, Facebook and here I'd say A LOT :)"
Heiman reportedly got to spend plenty of time with Refaeli. USA Today says the kiss took 45 takes to get right for the commercial.
This isn't the first time Heiman appeared on the big or small screen. He has been an extra in dozens of things including Curb Your Enthusiasm, How I Met Your Mother, Entourage,The Social Network and Old School.
Go Daddy had two other commercial ideas but they were rejected by CBS, which is broadcasting the Super Bowl this year.
See the video of the commercials here: