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Football is a big draw for those of you who are looking for the NFL’s big game on Sunday, but the commercials in between and the gameplay is just as iconic.
Every year, people can join in on the fun and be the star in high-profile advertisements, but this year, Sam, One has to jump on board.
This year, the 75-year-old actor was hired to appear in a promotional spot for Doritos, in which he recites the lyrics of a song from Lil to Nas-X, the Grammy-winning hit single, “Old Town” Centre.”
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A teaser for the ad that will air during Sunday’s big game-on-FOX — to be released this month, and in the open Air, in the head-to-toe, and cowboy attire strolling through a dusty hall, and walk to the bar.
If he’s had a drink, She begins to recite the lyrics to fellow bargoers to smile at him.
“I got the horses back, the horse tack is attached to it,” he said As if a silence will fall on the customers of the salon.
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There is a pattern on it, and says, “You ain’t in that house, right now. You can’t tell me nothing.”
It wasn’t long before the song’s bass line can be heard playing, and the drinks are starting to shake from the vibrations.
One simply has to put his drink on the counter and leaves the bar. The ad ends with a bag of Cool Ranch Doritos, and 02.02.20″ scrolling across the screen.
Doritos also shared a clip of the ad, according to their Instagram, the show was a Lil Nas in X will self-drive to the salon on a horse, and the amplifiers blaring its tune to “Old Town Road.”
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“There have been a lot cooler the sheriff of the town,” read the caption. “And his name is (Lil-Nas-X.”
The big game will take place on Sunday, feb. 2 at 6:30 p.m. ET on FOX.