Go Daddy Super Bowl Commercial

Once again, a Go Daddy Super Bowl commercial for 2012 is certain to cause a big stir during and after the big game. Just like in the past, this year’s two commercials feature scantily clad women which will be a delight to some and a big turn off to others. Famous race car driver Danica Patrick is featured in both commercials. One commercial features her with fitness expert Jillian Michaels and model Natalia Velez. The other includes her starring alongside the new Pussycat Dolls.

“Body Paint” Featuring Jillian Michaels, Danica Patrick, And Natalia Velez

In this commercial Danica Patrick and Jillian Michaels are shown painting on the body of Natalia Velez, a Colombian model. The ad is promoting .co domain names which you can purchase at GoDaddy.com. .co is the ccTLD for the country of Colombia and was launched in 2010.

“The Cloud” Featuring Danica Patrick And The Pussycat Dolls

This spot is the public debut of the new Pussycat Dolls with Danica Patrick. The original group disbanded in 2010 and now has six new members, which include: Lauren Bennett, Vanessa Curry, Erica Kiehl Jenkins, Chrystina Sayers, and Paula van Oppen.

“The look of the commercial is not necessarily the new look of the group this time around. It’s breathtakingly beautiful. It’s a fun, real-campy kind of sexy,” said Robin Antin, the group’s founder and choreographer. “It’s all of that, but again, what we’re doing for this next life of the Pussycat Dolls, the girls are all young. It’s a fresh, young energy. I want to appeal to our young fans.”

Both commercials can be seen in their entirety at GoDaddy.com (and .co). There you will find a link in the upper right hand corner. The link will take you to a page where you can view the Go Daddy Super Bowl Commercials for 2012, as well as other commercials and videos produced by the company.

History Of Go Daddy Super Bowl Commercials

Go Daddy has been pushing the envelope with their commercials dating back to 2005. The first GoDaddy commercial was a parody of the 2004 Super Bowl wardrobe malfunction involving Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake. At the time, Go Daddy was $100 million company. Now in 2012 the company is worth over $1 billion.

“Our Super Bowl ads have been a major, major contributor to this,” says Bob Parsons, Go Daddy’s founder and executive chairman.