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Former Victoria’s Secret supermodel Gisele Bundchen is getting slammed on the Web for her F-bomb snark about the New England Patriots wide receivers dropping the ball on Sunday.
Meanwhile Adriana Lima, currently one of the top VS Angels, has become a very hot Web search because her two sexy Super Bowl commercials. One was for the new Kia Optima and the other was for Teleflora, pinned to Valentine’s Day.
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You may remember Adriana as the model who revealed last Fall that she doesn’t eat solid food for nine days and stops drinking water 12 hours before the big VS runway show.
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In the Teleflora ad, she’s seen getting slowly dressed, complete with prerequisite male fantasy material — garter belts and black sheet stockings – putting on makeup, looking at her red and white flowers on her dresser and tellling the camera “Guys, Valentine’s Day is not that complicated. Give and you shall receive.”
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All we can say is she’s a lot of “receive” for a “give” of a small arrangement of flowers.
In the Kia Super Bowl ad, a creepy elf sprinkles a man and a woman with good dreams fairy dust. The woman rides off with a handsome prince on a white horse. But the man is behind the wheel of a Kia Optima racing while cheerleaders — including Lima — cheer him on. Cute ending alert. He drives straight into the woman’s fantasy dream and they drive off together in the Kia car.
Here are the Super Bowl videos. Watch and tell us: Which commercial is the hottest?
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