Justin Bieber Joins Forces with Ozzy Osbourne for Super Bowl Ad
Everyone's favorite "Baby" singer (as compared to their least favorite "Baby" singer) Justin Bieber filmed a Best Buy ad with Ozzy Osbourne and his wife Sharon in Los Angeles earlier this month that will air during the Super Bowl on February 6, the electronics superstore announced Thursday.
"We're delighted to have Justin and Ozzy help us tell the Best Buy story," said Drew Panayiotu, Best Buy's Senior Vice President of U.S. Marketing. "We know people have high expectations for these ads and Justin and Ozzy add a whole new dimension of fun."
Best Buy offered no details about the content of their first ever Super Bowl ad other than saying it would "showcase creativity and humor" to television's largest audience, which exceeds 100 million viewers annually.
Football fans will get a double dose of Bieber come game day, as a 30 second ad for his celluloid wonder Justin Bieber: Never Say Never is also scheduled to play during sporting's ultimate event.
And Ozzy is getting back to where he once belonged. In 2006, he performed "Crazy Train" with his band as intro music for the Patriots, and also he's starred in a Super Bowl ad before with his family. Watch the Osbourne's Pepsi Twist ad from 2003:
What do you think will happen in Justin and Ozzy's Best Buy ad? Share your prediction in the comments section.