Faith Hill Super Bowl Commercial: Funny or Tasteless?

by at . Comments

Overtly sexual ads shoved down our throats is not exactly rare (see last night's Kim Kardashian Super Bowl commercial), but Faith Hill threw us for a bit of a loop.

With Valentine's Day fast approaching, the country singer's spot for Teleflora played out very sweetly ... before throwing a crude one-liner in America's lap.

The upside? Because it's Faith Hill, the punchline was unexpected and well executed. The downside? It's Faith Hill. The straight-laced star's fans may disapprove.

What do you think? Funny and harmless, or too far? Check it out ...

Tags: ,
Avatar

Not sure why people are getting upset with Faith Hill. She didn't say anything crass, and isn't it expected in this day and age that a young guy would say something stupid to a girl? Not to mention Faith then actually said, "Did you really send that?" It's hard to make a flower commercial funny, and to have to compete against other Super Bowl spots makes it that much harder. This isn't as crass as some are making it out to be. Get a sense of humor.

Avatar

yes,I am sure her girls know about this and yes,everything she and Tim do they think about how it affects the girls. they are very concerned about how they do anything. this is just a commercial and she did not do the script on it. she just said what she was suppose to say,it is not a big deal. and she is a very classy lady.

Avatar

Oh I'm not disappointed in Faith hill at All. She is a Lady and has class. This commercial seems so sweet and so natural for the boys age. we laughed as our son did something similar. Faith Hill is a great Singer and a Classy Lady. It was funny to me, at least no nudity or inappropiate actions. This Lady Has Talent and lives her life in the Real world, I'm sure.Keep The Faith,and Love to you & yours!Loved the AD!

Avatar

Oh I'm not disappointed in Faith hill at All. She is a Lady and has class. This commercial seems so sweet and so natural for the boys age. we laughed as our son did something similar.
Faith Hill is a great Singer and a Classy Lady.
It was funny to me, at least no nudity or inappropiate actions.
This Lady Has Talent and lives her life in the Real world, I'm sure.Keep The Faith,and Love to you & yours!

Avatar

I just didn't see any humor in this commercial at all. It must have gone way over my head. It was really dull to me!! Nothing to get upset about just stupid.

Avatar

That many of you people don't have a clue as to the basis of the objections to this low-class commercial speaks loudly about the ugliness of contemporary American culture. Probably half of all the Super Bowl commercials this year played on assault, tearing something up or the lust of the flesh. Kill the Godless, heathen American infidels? That's what many of them say and will keep attempting to do... so, get over it! This year I went out of my way to not order my wife's flowers from teleflora.

Avatar

That many of you people don't have a clue as to the basis of the objections to this low-class commercial speaks loudly about the ugliness of contemporary American culture. Probably half of all the Super Bowl commercials this year played on assault, tearing something up or the lust of the flesh. Kill the Godless, heathen American infidels? That's what many of them say and will keep attempting to do... so, get over it! This year I went out of my way to not order my wife's flowers from teleflora.

Avatar

I was offended by the commercial featuring Faith Hill. "I love your rack?" Really? That's the most creative catch phrase they could come up with for a nationally televised commercial? I found it crass and inappropriate. I was disappointed in her and I turn the station every time it comes on. Love to hear how Faith explains that commercial to her daughters.

Avatar

After reading the comments, I think many missed the real punchline--after sending the message, Faith says something like, "So you really sent that," and he replies, "My heart told me to." (Ba-boom-tshhh) Clearly "Faith" disapproves of what he sent. The real punchline is that he made a (jerk) of himself, and it was easy to do.

Avatar

I thought Faith was a woman with class, that was showed no class.

× Close Ad