Now, to the refreshing redo of the diet coke commercial of the '90s, THAT INTRODUCED US TO Lucky, the construction worker, ogled by women in an office building. Almost 20 years later, diet coke has... See More
Now, to the refreshing redo of the diet coke commercial of the '90s, THAT INTRODUCED US TO Lucky, the construction worker, ogled by women in an office building. Almost 20 years later, diet coke has updated the ad with a sexy, new hunk. We're going to talk to him live in just a moment. First, abc's chris connelly has the story. Reporter: In all english novels, things get steamy when they call the gardener in. But for this new diet coke in, calling the gardener speaks the interest of these ladies. That's british model andrew cooper, who takes a spritzing cola can and reveals a sizzling six-pack, that seems to refresh everyone. Many viewers must be feeling lucky. Lucky vanous, that is. Who in 1994, brought his pecs to the public. A voyeur consideration ad that put diet soda on a what a man map. How do these stack up? It's 11:30. It's 11:30. Lucky vanous was 33 when he made 11:30 a time for luck. A nebraska native, former army ranger. This clip on his calendar shows, he served his beef cake rare. I feel awkward at times. Reporter: Today, andrew cooper and his wash board stomach, is 6'1", born in 1981. Are you even listening to me? Those who might have been chastised in the past for their appreciation of kate upton might object. But this ode of ogling seems all in fizzy fun. For "good morning america," chris connelly, abc news, los angeles. And we are so happy to have the new diet coke hunk, andrew cooper here. Hello, andrew. Good morning. Hey, good morning. The new diet coke ad has debuted in great britain. What's been the reaction over there? Did we lose andrew? Oh, no. Andrew left. After all that? After all that. No. I was going to ask him. Playing hard to get. Andrew, I hear ladies are leaving diet coke outside your front door. Yeah. The reaction's been great. It's only been out a while. But definitely a lot of hype towards it. It's been a great thing. You're recently married. What does your wife think of the ad? Yeah. She loves it. She loves it. It's been on replay a lot. Replay for her? Or for you? No. For her. I travel a lot. So, it's her way of having me at home when I'm away. Why do you think they picked you for the ad, andrew? Did you see the tape? I don't know. I tried to just be -- you know, normal and approached in a normal way. I'm just a lucky guy who -- sounds like a bit of a pun. Right place, right time. I'm just happy to be part of it. You know, being this ad changed life for lucky vanous, the first diet coke guy. Have you thought about how this might change your life going forward? Yeah. Hopefully in a positive way. Something I've been looking at getting into, the acting. It's a nice move in that direction. So, I take everything as it comes. You know, I'm really happy to be part of it. We can see your method acting on display right, in the ad. Yeah, yeah. I think we need to see it one more time. Lara needs to see it one more time. It's a good shirt action. You do a fantastic job at it. Thank you very, very much. Lara's -- I did not. I did not ask you to take your shirt off. Okay. She wanted to know if you were going to take your shirt off. No. I didn't want to know that. I didn't -- andrew, best of luck
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