Justin Timberlake To Appear In Super Bowl Commercial

02-01-2017
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Justin Timberlake

(Radio.com) Justin Timberlake will be appearing in a Super Bowl ad on Sunday, February 5th. Timberlake is repping Bai, the antioxidant-infused drink boasting no artificial sweeteners, and only 5 calories and 1 gram of sugar per serving.

"What are you doing this weekend?" Timberlake tweeted today (January 31st) along with an 8-second clip of the upcoming ad. In it, he dons a three-piece suit and sits in front of a roaring fire located in a luxurious den.

As the camera pans out to reveal the room, it shows a table full of Bai drinks positioned next to him. Forget snifters of brandy or other luxurious liquors, Timberlake is living large on Bai. Watch the clip here.

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