Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton Trolled During Super Bowl Ad | 22 Words

Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton have mocked their own relationship during a Super Bowl ad and it got everyone talking...

Now, Super Bowl commercials have become a cultural phenomenon of their own.


The ads are long awaited and known for their cinematography, unpredictability, and humor.

Often, Super Bowl commercials feature celebrity cameos...

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Like this year's, which saw Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton troll their own relationship.

Scroll on to see the video for yourself...

Now, we've come a long way since January 15, 1967.

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The first-ever Super Bowl game kicked off in '67, though it was originally called the “AFL-NFL World Championship Game," which isn't quite as catchy, is it?

The game was originally created as part of the merger agreement between the NFL and its rival, the American Football League (AFL).

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Originally, the game took place in early to mid-January, but now it takes place on the first Sunday in February due to the current NFL schedule.

The game continually dominates viewing figures every year...

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And it frequently tops the ranks as the most-watched broadcast in the U.S - firmly cementing itself as America's most-watched game.

So much so...

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That the 2015 game still holds the title as the most-watched US telecast of all time, with a staggering viewership of 114.4 million, according to CNN. 

And its record-breaking impact stretches across the Atlantic too.

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The Super Bowl is one of the most-watched annual sporting events in the world, coming in second to the UEFA Champions League final.

Although, there's no doubt that the Super Bowl has become about much more than just the football.

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Of course, it's a long-anticipated day for football fanatics but the annual event rakes in views from those who don't even care for the sport.

Let's start off with the star-studded half time show.

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What traditionally began as a college marching band has transformed into one of the biggest and sought after gigs in the world - with many of our favorite a-listers crossing their fingers that they'll land the job.

Popular artists began taking to the stage during the game's third decade...

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With the likes of New Kids on the Block, Gloria Estefan, and Michael Jackson performing at the event - it soon became a tradition for high-profile acts to headline.

Fast forward to now and so many more big names have taken to the stage...

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Including the likes of Lady Gaga, Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez, and Prince.

And this year, The Weeknd took to the famous stage...

And his performance certainly didn't fail to impress.

And as for the main event?

Well, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers immediately gave the Kansas City Chiefs something to fight for with their major defense tactics and, of course, the help from quarterback Tom Brady, who was at the forefront of everything that went well for the Buccaneers.

And after the long and grueling battle, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers managed to secure the victory with a 31-9 win.

Resulting in them now having 2 Super Bowl wins under their belt - Their first-ever win was all the way back in 2003 when they managed to defeat the Oakland Raiders, 48-21.

It was an impressive game.

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But there's something else that caught the eye of many...

Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton trolling their own relationship in a commercial aired for the game.

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And viewers have took to social media to share their love for it...

The couple teamed up with T-Mobile for the Super Bowl LV ad.

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In the clip, Gwen is joined on FaceTime by The Voice co-star Adam Levine.

She can be heard telling him that she's ready to meet a great guy but due to a poor connection, this message gets misheard.

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So instead, Levine sets Stefani up with the country star, Shelton, showing the pair on their "first date."

The commercial sparked delight with fans who loved their willingness to troll themselves.

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After all, we've all wondered how their relationship happened.

Proof that opposites attract.

And for more on the Super Bowl, read on...