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Uber Eats commercial for Super Bowl reunites Rachel and Ross from Friends

The campaign stars Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer and other celebrities

Anuncio de Uber Eats para la Super Bowl | Jennifer Aniston

The Uber Eats commercial for Super Bowl stars Jennifer Aniston and is a fun story about forgetting things.

The online delivery platform, Uber Eats, is being the great agitator of the Super Bowl. Last week it parodied the viral moment between David and Victoria Beckham with a campaign that alerted us to the presence of Jennifer Aniston in a next piece.

Now, the brand has launched its authentic Super Bowl commercial with a fun piece about memory and how the brain forgets things. A campaign that gives us a reunion between Rachel and Ross, the two protagonists of the acclaimed series “Friends.”

“Don’t Forget” is the title of Uber Eats’ Super Bowl commercial. A campaign that includes various cameos such as David Schwimmer, David and Victoria Beckham or Jelly Roll.

The piece is based on the premise that, to remember something, you must forget something else. This starting point serves to generate a whole series of fun events, such as forgetting David Schwimmer, the actor who played Ross on Friends.

Or David Beckham and Victoria forgetting simple things and making Spice Girls references: “Do you remember when you were a spicy girl?” to which Victoria replies, “Wasn’t it the Cinnamon Sisters?” The American rapper Jelly Roll also makes an appearance, forgetting how he got the tattoos on his face.

The Uber Eats commercial for the Super Bowl is complemented by other funny scenes. A person who has forgotten his pants when going to the office or a person allergic to nuts eating peanut butter.

Watch | Uber Eats commercial for Super Bowl review on video


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