Transcript for Exclusive 1st look at 2 Super Bowl commercials
Now to the battle of the brands as we gear up for the super bowl, you know the countdown has begun when we see sneak peeks and janai Norman is back with that. Hey, janai. So it's the commercial, the reason some people say they watch the game, right? And we're getting a look ahead at what we'll see this year including the return of some classics, plus some companies bursting on the scene with their very first super bowl ads. With an epic and grand arrival -- ??? the answer, my friend ??? Reporter: Budweiser reaches back to its majestic roots bringing back the clydesdale horses. The Budweiser horses are a super bowl tradition and appearing in their ads since 1986. Reporter: This exclusive ad reveal their return ushered in with a Bob Dylan classic "Blowing in the wind." ??? How manies times must the cannonballs fly ??? We'll see them driving past a wind farm which is a nod to Budweiser's move towards using renewable energy with wind. Reporter: The dalmatian April also aboard and other celebrities are starting to sneak out. Serena Williams will star in an ad for bumble. Its first ad in the super bowl and a big statement about female empowerment. I'm not kidding. Unlock the door. And Christina Applegate's m&ms add where she plays a woman frustrated not being able to get in her car. Reporter: The big star cardi B will make a huge cameo in Pepsi's big splash. Here in a sneak peek from the commercial's set, Steve carell reading the script for the ad set in a diner. And in the ad the clydesdales running through a wind farm Budweiser telling viewers it's now brewed with wind power for a better tomorrow and donating the energy from their wind farms to power the whole city of Atlanta during super bowl week. How cool is that. That is really cool. I love the clydesdales, always my favorite. Not too bad. Budweiser is probably pretty good too. I'm not going to speak on
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