The latest Pepsi advert starring Kendall Jenner, is, well, it’s a bit rubbish, isn’t it?
The ad, which was released yesterday morning, sees Kendall getting distracted from her photoshoot by a rally that’s going on nearby. Of course, she feels empowered by a cello-carrying protestor and a number of placards, which read “join the conversation,” so she does indeed join the conversation. But more specifically she joins the protest, despite not actually having a clue what everyone’s protesting about. The video ends with Jenner sharing a Pepsi with a cop, and the crowd cheers on.
It’s painfully bad, and folk on Twitter were quick to let Pepsi and Kendall know their feelings on the thoughtless ad. But, let’s lighten the mood a little, shall we? Join me on a trip down memory lane to a time when Pepsi adverts weren’t garbage. And for the most part, starred Britney Spears.
Beyoncé, Britney Spears, Enrique Iglesias and Pink
Name a more iconic foursome… I’ll wait.
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Britney Spears again
Seriously though—is that burger guy, okay?
And one more time
You’ve got to love free-love Britney, though right?
Who knew it would be so easy to change the lyrics from “Billie Jean is not my lover” to “you’re the Pepsi Generation?”
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One Direction and Drew Brees
The good old days when One Direction’s wardrobe mostly consisted of maroon jackets and chinos.
What’s better than one Beyoncé A whole load of Beyoncés with bits of mirror stuck in their hair, that’s what.
Featuring the most lacklustre fish-pump in the history of mankind.
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David Beckham again
More top class acting from Becks.
“Dedication, celebration, anonimation, good vibration, motivation, domination, baby nation, recreation, imagination crazy nation.”
Not to be too morbid, but we all know that JT would have died if that had happened in real life, don’t we?
From back in the day when flip phones were the epitome of class.
From: Harper’s BAZAAR US