We thought Sunday night's Super Bowl 50 brought in enough fashionable moments from Beyoncé, Lady Gaga and, of course, Blue Ivy. But during the broadcast of "The Late Late Show with James Corden" that followed, the host presented a comical bit inspired by Cindy Crawford's legendary 1992 Pepsi commercial.
The parody follows the original version of the old school ad nearly scene by scene, as Crawford pulls over at a gas station to quench her thirst with a good ol' can of Pepsi cola. (At the same time, she just so happens to catch the attention of two boys nearby.) Unfortunately, an all-too-familiar problem arises. The vending machine is jammed, and that's where Corden comes in — dressed in the same tank-and-denim-shorts combo as the supermodel. With a forceful fist to the machine, Corden finally gets his hands on a Pepsi, which he chugs in a not-so-graceful way as Crawford did in 1992. Hilarity ensues and the boys are still in awe. "Is that a great new Pepsi can or what?" Corden belches and the two take off. End scene.
You can watch the original commercial from 1992 below, which goes to show that, 24 years later, Crawford is still at the top of her modeling game.
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