Justin Bieber Featured In T-Mobile's Super Bowl Ad

02-03-2017
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Justin Bieber

(Radio.com) Drake may have appeared in T-Mobile's Super Bowl ad last year, but he's handing off the Canadian torch to Justin Bieber for Super Bowl LI. The Biebs appears in the company's newest ad where he walks fans through the history of touchdown celebrations.

Dressed in a tux and wearing oversized glasses, Bieber introduces himself in the opening seconds. "Hello, I'm Justin Bieber, celebration expert," he says before taking fans through all the ways players have celebrated touchdowns.

First there was the 'spike' then the 'shimmy,' followed by the 'shake' and the popular 'shimmy shimmy shake.' But when Terrell Owens (aka T.O.) entered the game, he put his own spin on the possibilities. Read more here.

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