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21 T-Mobile Super Bowl Ads

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People shopping at a T-Mobile retail store in Waterbury, Connecticut. People shopping at a T-Mobile retail store in Waterbury, Connecticut. By: Mike Mozart
Gwen Stefani makes a phone call to her friend Adam Levine to tell him that she's ready to start dating again. Adam asks her what type of guy she's looking for. She tells him her type and Adam says he has the perfect guy for her, which is Blake Shelton. He sets the two up on a blind date. When they finally meet Gwen swiftly tells Blake that she's not interested.

T-Mobile Super Bowl Ad Stats

Twenty-one T-Mobile Super Bowl commercials aired from 2021 to 2008 featuring 22 celebrities -- most recently Adam Levine in 2021 when he was 41 years old. 67% of their Super Bowl ads feature at least one celebrity with only 27% of the celebrities female (6) compared to 73% male (16). Of their commercials, 52% are considered funny and 29% light hearted.
Popular Moods: Funny (52%) Light Hearted (29%) Party Themed (10%) Adventurous (10%)
Celebrities: 22 Appearances in 14 of 21 Ads (67%) - 1 Actor, 8 Athletes, 6 Musicians, 4 Comedians, 3 TV Personalities
Most Recent Celeb: Adam Levine (Age 41 in 2021) Youngest Celeb: Justin Bieber (Age 22 in 2017) Oldest: Martha Stewart (Age 75 in 2017)

T-Mobile Super Bowl Ad List

21 Commercial Database Archive
Justin Bieber, Kim Kardashian, Martha Stewart, Charles Barkley and Anthony Anderson all have something in common - they've all starred in T-Mobile Super Bowl commercials. That's a calling card from this mobile carrier, to feature well known celebrities. They also don't air serious ads. Most of them are funny with a party mood bent. Even though we typically don't rate their ads as highly compared to others in the same year, most are still worth a watch. The texting ones from 2019 might deserve a ratings boost come to think of it; those were pretty clever.
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