Celebrity Endorsements

David Ortiz Shows Off the JerkyBot, a Drone Snack Tray That Follows You Around

There are lots of current applications of drone technology, but not many of them are very useful to the average consumer. But what's this? A drone that allows you to literally snack nonstop? Now that's something plenty of Americans can get behind.

Von Miller Shows Off His Many Quirky Talents in His Debut as the Old Spice Guy

Denver Broncos linebacker and Super Bowl 50 MVP Von Miller has some big cleats to fill as the latest Old Spice guy, following popular pitchmen Isaiah Mustafa and Terry Crews as the star of Wieden + Kennedy's high-profile ads for the P&G brand.In a pair of spots tagged "Unforsweatable," touting Old Spice's Hardest Working Collection of deodorants and body washes, Miller quickly establishes his game plan. Less self-consciously suave than Mustafa, and way less manic than Crews (who came off like a crazed human cartoon character in some of his Old Spice appearances), Miller exudes a highly relatable vibe, and his confident charm really shines through.

Ad of the Day: Spike Jonze’s New Perfume Ad Is Ludicrous, High-Octane, Sci-Fi Fun

If you find most ads for pricey perfume to be pretentious and ridiculous, because they are, this one's for you. But it's so over the top, it can't help but leave you entertained. 

Von Miller, Noted Chicken Farmer Who Also Plays Football, Is Your New Old Spice Guy

From raising chickens to tackling the world's biggest men to dancing for the nation, it seems there is nothing Von Miller can't do. And now, he's adding the revered title of Old Spice guy to his résumé.Procter & Gamble today announced that the Denver Broncos linebacker and Super Bowl 50 MVP will be the face of Old Spice for the 2016 season. He will promote the brand's Hardest Working Collection. The first creative will be here early in the season, the brand tells AdFreak. For now, you'll just have to enjoy these two photos.

Bubba Watson’s Jetpack: The Story Behind Oakley’s Latest Insane Golfing Vehicle

At the Olympics, golfer Bubba Watson will be walking the course like everyone else. But don't be surprised if someone asks him about his insane jetpack golf cart.

Ad of the Day: The Origin Story of Running Legend Usain Bolt, as Told by Gatorade

We've learned a lot about Usain Bolt through advertising—that he broke the 100-meter world record in 9.58 seconds, hails from

Ad of the Day: Who Needs Perfect? Ronda Rousey Doesn’t in This Intense Reebok Ad

It's been seven months since the fight in which she lost her bantamweight title. But now Ronda Rousey is back in the spotlight—this time for Reebok—and it looks like she's got something to say.

Bryce Harper Sweats the Numbers in His Snazzy New Under Armour Ad (and Shoes)

Stats might be a big deal in baseball, but four-time all-star Bryce Harper wants young players to know there's something more important—their feet.Under Armour is out with a new campaign from Droga5 titled "It Comes from Below," promoting the brand's shoes. It launches this week with an ad for the Washington Nationals' new namesake Harper One cleats (which, naturally, the Nats' right fielder will be wearing at Tuesday night's All-Star Game).In the commercial, Harper stands at the plate in an empty field, practicing his swing. The voiceover (by Harper's high school coach, Sam Thomas) rattles off his impressive accomplishments by the numbers—precocious gains as a teenager, impressive averages, a unanimous MVP selection—all while his bat cracks against the ball again and again, punctuating each data point.

Frank Ocean’s Calvin Klein Ads Only Deepen Mystery Around the Enigmatic Singer

Frank Ocean. Singer, songwriter, magazine editor, underwear model.And now, perhaps, novelist.While fans lose their minds over whether the mysterious R&B singer's long-anticipated second album might, possibly, just maybe be released in July, he is providing a peek into his relationship with music, boxer briefs—and more subtly, long-form fiction writing—in a new Calvin Klein campaign.

Ad of the Day: 9.58 Seconds Lasts a Lifetime in Usain Bolt’s New Ad for Virgin Media

Virgin Media proves that 9.58 seconds can stretch on indefinitely in a campaign from BBH London that focuses on iconic sprinter Usain Bolt ahead of next month's Olympic Games in Rio.