The Super Bowl is the most watched event in America because it appeals to everyone. If you can't connect with the football on the field, there's always the thirty-second commercials, the cost of which will run you close to $4 million this year.
Here's a look a some of the Super Bowl commercials that have already leaked:
Mercedes-Benz: Supermodel Kate Upton washes her German luxury car in slow motion. Dont' worry, it's fooled over five million YouTube users, too.
Volkswagen: "Sunny Side" -- Reggae legend Jimmy Cliff joins the program to promote -- along with a few internet sensations -- VW's new slogan, "Get Happy."
Gildan Activewear: "Getaway" -- Making their Super Bowl advertising debut, the activewear company sponsors a man coming to, still wearing a blindfold and fuzzy hand cuffs from a seemingly very interesting night before.
Kraft's Mio: The sports drink drops company appears to have a new spokesperson, who doesn't know what's appropriate for television.
Toyota: "#WishGranted" -- TV star Kaley Cuoco plugs in her Skee-Lo, whose hit song "I Wish" seriously alters reality.
Taco Bell: "Grandpa Goes Wild" -- An elderly man drives his seemingly souped-up Rascal all over a local football stadium.
Budweiser: No frogs this year. Just legs, as the beer company gives you only a glimpse of what's to come Feb. 3 -- Budweiser Black Crown.
Go Daddy: No feigned nudity. We promise. But you better get your good idea online quickly.
Coke: "Coke Race" -- The race is on. Who will you vote for -- Showgirls, Cowboys or Badlanders?
Doritos: "Fashionista Daddy" -- One father is faced with a touch choice, join his friends
Kia: "Space Babies" -- Where do babies come from? This bashful father -- and the new Sorento -- have all the answers.
Skechers: Blessed with the greatest 49ers quarterback as its spokesperson, the shoe company employed an old teammate of Joe Montana's to make a Super Bowl commercial that 49ers fans are sure to love. Check it out:
What's the best Super Bowl commercial you've ever seen?