Super Bowl Spot for GoDaddy.com Censored in the US
It isn't the first time that a Super Bowl spot of the domain registering service GoDaddy.com had to be censored before it could be shown in American television so one might assume that it was their strategy all along to gain a much bigger advertising effect by producing a (seemingly) controversial spot instead of a more conservative one. Sufficient hits on Google and reports about the scandalous clip are already existing.
But what grinds America's gears this time around? Better yet: what rustles the Jimmies of the majority of people that are interviewed on the street by a "journalist"? A kiss.
And so, tonight's commercial break during the Super Bowl 2013 will omit the close-up in the middle. You can watch the uncensored video below.
Release: Feb 03, 2013 - Author: Bob - Translator: Mike Lowrey
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