Scarlett Johansson seductively sipping a drink won’t be something you’ll see during the Super Bowl commercials on Sunday.
It turns out Fox has banned her AD for SodaStream — but not for what you think.
The clip features the 29-year-old shimmying out of a bathrobe (note: she’s fully clothed), and sexily drinking to Barry White-esque music.
But compared to those GoDaddy spots, the Her star's sultriness is incredibly tame.
So why did the network pass?
SodaStream CEO Daniel Birbaum explains they booted it because of ScarJo’s closing line: “Sorry, Coke and Pepsi.”
Check out six other controversial celeb commercials below:
“Guys, Valentine’s Day is not that complicated. Give and you shall receive,” the Victoria’s Secret supermodel suggestively tells male viewers after she’s seen getting dressed.
Didn’t see this last year? That’s because it was banned!
Apparently, the Southwest Patty Melt from the burger joint was so hot it made the swimsuit model sweat and take off her clothes at a drive-in movie theater.
(Note: we’ve yet to see any ladies – or people for that matter – react this way after eating a burger.)
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But you wouldn’t know with their over-the-top, super-sexy spots during the Super Bowl.
So when Leonardo DiCaprio’s former flame graphically made out with a nerd (a lucky one at that), it sparked debate.
Because it’s totally okay to bring awareness to something endangered — but it’s not okay to do it like this:
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