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Scarlett Johansson's sexy 2014 Super Bowl ad banned by Fox

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Scarlett Johansson's new SodaStream Super Bowl ad for 2014 has been banned by Fox for being too sexy. On Jan. 28, US Magazine shared the news and also a clip of the commercial.

This commercial already has almost 2 million views. The ad shows Scarlett looking sexy in a robe. She teases that her real job is saving the world and that one way she does this is by using SodaStream. She then shows exactly how the product works to help sell it. She mentions it is better for everyone. Just that part of the commercial shouldn't upset anyone.

She then says she wants a way to make the message go viral and the robe comes off. Scarlett looks great in a sexy dress and starts to sip on the straw in a seductive way. Next she says, "Sorry Coke and Pepsi." SodaStream CEO Daniel Birnbaum thinks that Fox rejected it because they are afraid of the big budget companies Coke and Pepsi. If you want to see this commercial, check it out the video here. Some reports are also out that there is a chance it could air without that last line.

Don't miss the 2014 Super Bowl on February 2. This is one event you will want to see.

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