Lil Buck + Sia = The Ad That's Already Won the Super Bowl

Have you seen superstar jooker Lil Buck on TV recently? Odds are about 100 percent that either your already have—in that effortlessly cool AirPods ad—or you will shortly. Because hot on the heels (almost literally!) of the Apple spot comes an equally slick new commercial for Lexus. It's got a killer soundtrack: Sia's "Move Your Body." And while it's set to air during Commercial Christmas, aka the Super Bowl, you can watch an extended version right this second.

Titled "Man and Machine," the ad juxtaposes Lil Buck's already cyborg-y skills with the mechanical workings of a luxury car. Didn't get enough of the jooker defying gravity in the Apple ad? Well, you'll get plenty more of that here, too. He shows off his fabulous footwork not just on the floor, but also on the walls and the ceiling.

The TL;DR version: Like pretty much everything Lil Buck touches, it's darn cool. Watch it now—and then squee when you see it come on during the big game. (Oh, and fun fact: The narrator is Minnie Driver, perhaps the most aptly named car spokesperson ever.)

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Finally, the women returned to the audition room to dance one last time—or so they were told. Instead, KCD head coach Alyssa Quezada dropped her bombshell: All 20 women had made the final cut. They would be 2021–22 Knicks City Dancers: the latest and greatest edition of one of the most prestigious NBA dance teams. "It was the biggest celebration and the coolest moment of my dance career so far," says McCloskey now. And that was just the oh-so-perfectly-dramatic beginning.

Chelsea McCloskey stands on her left leg while kicking her right leg up with her arms crossed, a smile on her face. She is auditioning for KCD. Chelsea McCloskey Photo by Tess Mayer


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