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Watch Kevin Hart, The Hulk, & A Smiling Intestine In This Year's Best Super Bowl Commercials Roundup!

The Super Bowl isn't just a football game — it's the biggest business opportunity of the year!

Leading up to the big game yesterday, several companies gave us an early look at their commercials starring some of Hollywood's hottest celebs.

Don't get us wrong, there were plenty of great early ads that dropped including — Drake's Hotline Bling spot for T-Mobile, a town of Ryan Reynolds promoting Hyundai, Amy Schumer and Seth Rogen's Bud Light campaign, Helen Mirren's call out of drunk drivers, and of course Willem Dafoe dressed as Marilyn Monroe.

Related: Celebs React To Super Bowl 50!

But there were TONS of other commercials that waited until the big game to debut, like Kevin Hart acting like an over protective dad for Hyundai, or Steven Tyler's trippy spot for Skittles. And let's not forget the Hulk or the little intestine man who captured the world's attention!

Ch-ch-check out ALL of the best Super Bowl commercials (below) and let us know what your favorite is!

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Watch Drake Do His Own Spoof Of Hotline Bling In New Super Bowl Ad!

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We just KNEW this was going to get roasted in a Super Bowl commercial!

Drake's Hotline Bling wasn't just one of the hottest songs of 2015 — it was also probably the one most frequently made into a meme. And now T-Mobile has taken that a step further!

The Canadian superstar and the wireless carrier debuted a new TV commercial spoofing Hotline Bling with a set of cell phone lawyers trying to, um, improve Drake's lyrics.

Related: What's Up With Drake's New Single?!

Ch-ch-check it out (above) for some funny stuff!!! It's the best time of year for commercials, after all.

Oh! And T-Mobile says this commercial coincides with "a social media event" that will go down on Wednesday.


The football game itself goes down on Sunday, February 7 at 6:30 p.m. EST — and we can't wait to see ALL the great commercials!!!

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Kim Kardashian Makes Fun Of Her Self(ie) In Her T-Mobile Super Bowl Ad! Watch HERE!

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LOLOL! Well, at least we know she can make fun of herself!

Kim Kardashian, famous person, has released her HIGHlarious Super Bowl commercial for T-Mobile and we're actually SUPER impressed with it!

[ Related: Kim Kardashian Says Bruce Jenner Is On A Journey! ]

It's pretty freakin' funny AND she's totally poking fun at her selfie obsession!

Ch-ch-check out the PSA-inspired video by the Kardashian Kween herself (above)!!!

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T-Mobile Royal Wedding Spoof Has Gone Viral!

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5 million hits in 5 days! Not bad!

If you aren't one of the millions who've already seen it, check out this viral spoof T-Mobile put together of royal look-a-likes jamming to East 17's House of Love! (above)

The world has William & Kate Fever!!!!

P.S. - The Prince Harry kid is UNCANNY!

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T-Mobile SUED For Blocking Marijuana App!

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Tisk, tisk!

The text-messaging service EZ Texting is reportedly suing T-Mobile because they allegedly blocked them over one of their clients offering SMS information on the location of medical marijuana dispensaries!

According to the lawsuit, the EZ client, WeedMaps, is a "a community where medical marijuana patients connect with other patients in their geographic region to freely discuss and review local cannabis co-operatives, dispensaries, medical doctors, and delivery services."

EZ Texting even went as far to stop providing the service, even though it's specifically for people in states where the drug is legal, but T-Mobile still dropped them!

EZ Texting Head Shane Neman says that his business is now in jeapordy, and continues:

"We were told that T-Mobile didn't approve of the Web site, which is totally legal. But we feel this is illegal blocking and that consumers have the right to send and receive any text message of their choosing."

T-Mobile has since released a statement that "the claims in the lawsuit are meritless."

If EZ texting is doing anything illegal, then we personally don't understand why they would be dropped by T-Mobile!

Granted, we can't imagine everyone who uses the application actually needs the product, but at the same time, if they have a license to buy it, how is that the responsibility of T-Mobile OR EZ Texting?

What do U think?? Is the lawsuit valid??

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