With talk about the Super Bowl centering around Tom Brady and his balls, it only makes sense that Kim Kardashian would play a role in the upcoming big game, doesn't it?
The reality star will be shilling for T-Mobile at some point during the New England Patriots versus Seattle Seahawks matchup...
... and we've got your first look at the upcoming commercial right here!
"Hi I'm Kim," the 34-year-old says into the camera while wearing a black crop and then going on about getting your money worth with a wireless provider.
"Each month, millions of gigs of unused data are taken back by wireless companies," Kim adds. "Tragic. Data you paid for can be used to see my makeup, my backhand, my outfits, my vacations and my outfits. Sadly all lost. Help save the data."
See? Kim Kardashian can be funny, people! She can be self-deprecating! She can admit that she does little in life but get paid to wear various ensembles and share selfies online.
That's the reaction T-Mobile hopes viewers have at least.
But why do we have a feeling that most people will resent the company for using Kardashian as its spokesperson?
And/or most people will be too distracted by the Charlotte McKinney Super Bowl ad to even notice Kim?