If you’ve ever dreamed of hearing Chance the Rapper collaborate with a boy band, well your wish will soon be granted thanks to your friends at Doritos.
On Wednesday, Doritos shared that it would be putting Chance the Rapper in its 2019 Super Bowl ad, but the news got even spicier today with the addition of the Backstreet Boys. The 30-second ad will air on Feb. 3, during the Super Bowl.
The teaser doesn’t offer much, but does have a few seconds of Chance the Rapper and the boys singing the iconic Backstreet Boys jam, “I Want It That Way.”
The news isn’t super surprising considering the success of the brand’s 2018 Super Bowl ad in partnership with Mountain Dew, which pitted team Busta Rhymes and actor Peter Dinklage against team Missy Elliot and Morgan Freeman in a lip-sync battle.
No word yet if there will be any other celebrity cameos in the ad, but the brand will be pushing its new Doritos Flamin’ Hot Nacho product.
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