We can't wait to see this! While most companies have already shared their Super Bowl ads days before the kickoff on Sunday, February 7, there's at least one ad you won't get to enjoy until after the game ends.
Cindy Crawford shared a pic on Instagram on Friday, February 5, that shows her and The Late Late Show host James Corden re-creating her iconic 1992 Super Bowl ad for Pepsi.
"Who wore it best?" the supermodel, 49, captioned the photo, which shows her and the British comedian, 37, dressed in white tank tops and denim cutoffs.
The ad, which you can watch below, featured two kids watching Crawford as she stops by a vending machine to buy a Pepsi. Rather than focus on the sexy supermodel, the boys marveled at the new Pepsi can. Crawford reprised the ad in a 2002 commercial for Diet Pepsi.
The re-creation will be part of The Late Late Show's Super Bowl special, airing on Sunday night after the big game. The show will also feature Zac Efron and Adam DeVine, as well as Sir Elton John, who will be joining Corden for some Carpool Karaoke.
"We had the best time in the car," John said, according to CBS News. "He interviewed me and we sang about seven songs. He produced feather boas and, I mean, it's going to be funny."
Anna Kendrick, who previously battled Corden (her Into the Woods costar) in a sing-off on the talk show, is set to perform an original song based on the Super Bowl.
The Late Late Show's Super Bowl special will air after The Late Show With Stephen Colbert on CBS on Sunday, February 7, at 11:35 p.m. EST.
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