Woman to Quit Her Job During Super Bowl Sunday 'GoDaddy' Commercial

A big boss is in for a big surprise as one of his employees plans to reveal a game plan of her own.
3:00 | 01/29/14

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One woman is about to quit her job on TV in front of everybody watching the super bowl and her boss has no idea. ABC's nick watt has the story. Reporter: Last year go daddy grossed us out with a geeky guy locking lips with Rafael. Let's talk about dreams and the people who choose to pursue them. Is a real person with the thought of choosing her own business and has a message for her boss in front of 100 million people. Reporter: A real person will quit her job on TV and -- But her boss when we suspect will be watching the game has no clue this is happening. So last year's go daddy ad was super raunchy. It was grossout and this year I think what's going to be really compelling with this video is the fact that, let's face it, we all want to stick it to our boss and here is the dream come true. Reporter: Remember that lady who recorded an I quit video for her boss at 4:30 A.M. In the office. ♪ I ain't talking about a -- ♪ . Reporter: Got 17 million views online. This will be a bit like that. How did go daddy find their brave quitter? We just kind of went through our customer profile to find folks we should were about to take that step. Let's talk about the dreams and the people who choose to pursue them like Is a real person with a real dream of starting her very own business and she's got a message for her boss in front of 100 million people. Reporter: They wouldn't tell me anything about who she is, not even a hint. I guess I'll have to watch on Sunday and I guess that's the point. For "Good morning America," nick watt, ABC news, Los Angeles.

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