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Super Bowl commercials are almost as big a deal as the football itself (pour one out for the Rams fans in your life), and despite memes declaring this year’s game and halftime show to be the worst ever, at least the ads didn’t disappoint.

As ever, celebrities were the big draw, with Cardi B, Chance the Rapper, John Legend, Serena Williams, Adam Scott, Zoë Kravitz, 2 Chainz, and more all working with major brands for their TV spots. Elsewhere, brands such as Google, Verizon, and Microsoft got us in the feelings with heartwarming ads, while The Washington Post made an emotional appeal for support.

Browse the best Super Bowl commercials below, before heading on to check out the best style from the night.

Steve Carell, Lil Jon, and Cardi B said that Pepsi was more than okurr

Bud Light teased the final season of ‘Game of Thrones’

John Legend gave us an ode to dirty Pampers

Bumble and Serena Williams’ spot was inspiring

Chance the Rapper hung out with the Backstreet Boys for Doritos

2 Chainz made a music video for Expensify

Burger King’s ad promoted a famous fan

The Washington Post reminded us of the importance of journalism

Michelob ULTRA brought us into the future

And got Zoë Kravitz to do ASMR

Stella Artois brought back The Dude

The NFL celebrated 100 years with a very messy dinner party

T-Mobile got us craving tacos

Google reminded us of its global reach

Verizon got us in our feelings

As did Microsoft

Olay teamed up with Sarah Michelle Gellar for a horror satire

Turkish Airlines tapped Ridley Scott to direct a six-minute epic

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