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Super Bowl report: Cardi B, Lizzo and Zendaya star in commercials; Eminem brings Mom’s Spaghetti to LA

Last year, Cardi B and Lizzo collaborated on the number-one hit “Rumors,” and this year, both stars are featured in Super Bowl commercials.

Cardi is joining Lil Dicky in a comical Gopuff comical spot for his imagined event between the first and second quarter of the Super Bowl, called the “Quartertime Show.”

In the ad, Lil Dicky contacts Cardi via FaceTime and asks her, “So are you down to perform at the ‘Quartertime Show’ with me?” to which the “WAP” rapper responds, “Umm…no. Absolutely not,” while sampling some of her vodka-infused Whipshots.

Lizzo provides the soundtrack for a Google Pixel Super Bowl spot. The brief clip for the all-new Pixel 6 camera features a photo of the “Truth Hurts” singer among pics of a wide array of people to show off the product’s Real Tone feature. The three-time Grammy winner is heard singing “If You Love Me,” a previously unreleased song. “‘Cause if you love me, you love all of me/ Or none of me at all,” she croons with backing vocals from a choir.

After dropping a teaser last week, Zendaya has revealed her full-length Super Bowl ad for Squarespace featuring narration by Andre 3000 from Outkast. In the clip, the Euphoria star portrays Sally, and the commercial plays off the classic children’s tongue-twister about a girl named Sally who sell sea shells. With the help of Squarespace, Sally’s failing business becomes a success.

Finally, Eminem is taking advantage of performing in the Super Bowl halftime show with Dr. Dre, Kendrick Lamar and Snoop Dogg by promoting a family business. The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nominee is teaming with Postmates to bring his Detroit-based Mom’s Spaghetti restaurant to LA for a pop-up for Super Bowl weekend.

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