Adweek's Top 5 Commercials of the Week: June 20-27

Girls rule, and so do the Brits. Vote for your favorite spot

Like the spread of any good Fourth of July barbecue, this week's collection of best ads brings together a delicious mix of salty and sweet, with a side dish of inspiration.

On the salty side, Newcastle Brown Ale cheekily hijacks Independence Day with a campaign that imagines if Britain had won the Revolutionary War. A dance number is next, for Coca-Cola, with a killer performance from viral star Marquese Scott. For dessert, we've got a sweet vignette about family from Promart Homecenter and Oreo's new "Wonderfilled" ad with a Seussian story about a tiny store. Finally, it's hard not to be inspired by Procter & Gamble's new spot for Always, which tries to take back the phrase "like a girl" and turn it into something positive.

Take a look at our picks below, and help us decide which commercial was the best this week. And if your favorite isn't here, tell us in the comments.


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