Nobody wants to find themselves the center of attention while indulging in a guilty pleasure, especially one that represents some small betrayal or breaks a taboo. Surely, Gisele Bundchen would much rather have been caught on camera cursing as she defended her husband's effort in the Patriots' Super Bowl loss to the Giants than cheering for New York wideout Mario Manningham after that amazing catch in the fourth quarter.
And, if Gisele had been so moved by that Manning-to-Manningham connection that she wanted to applaud then she surely wouldn't have wanted to suddenly find herself in the spotlight being interviewed by Regis while she was mid clap.
Well, if that were to have happened to Bundchen, then the Coke employee in this Pepsi Max Super Bowl commercial would totally know how she felt.
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For years, viewers have tuned into the NFL's Super Bowl as much to see what the advertisers roll out as how the two teams vying for the sport's top prize perform. This year was no different. Each time that NBC cut away from Super Bowl XLVI between the New York Giants and New England Patriots a hush came over most Super Bowl parties as everyone -- and not just the diehard sports fans with a rooting (or betting) interest -- focused entirely on the ads.
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