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James Corden Parodied Cindy Crawford’s Pepsi Commercial

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In honor of advertising's biggest night of the year, viral video whisperer James Corden gave his own take on one of the most iconic commercials of all time. On a special post–Super Bowl 50 episode of the Late Late Show last night, he took Cindy Crawford's Pepsi commercial — you know, the one where she rolls up to a gas station in a cool red car, then chugs an entire can of Pepsi while wearing jorts in front of two ogling boys — and added something new. See if you can spot what it is.

For reference, here's the 1992 original:

And see if you can identify the one very large difference in James Corden's version: