Who is starring in the Bud Light Super Bowl 2023 commercial?

SUPER Bowl LVII is just around the corner and football fans are already getting a glimpse of the iconic commercials.

Bud Light released a clip of their commercial on February 2, 2023, leading many to wonder who the stars are.

Bud Light's Super Bowl commercial was released on February 2, 2023


Bud Light’s Super Bowl commercial was released on February 2, 2023Photo credit: YouTube/Bud Light

Who is starring in the Bud Light Super Bowl 2023 commercial?

The 2023 Bud Light Super Bowl commercial features a woman who has been on hold with customer service for nearly an hour.

“The estimated hold time is now less than 96 minutes,” the automated message said.

The commercial then zooms out to show her husband going to the fridge for two cold cans of Bud Light.

After she opens the cans, her husband breaks out into a dance and persuades her to join him while he waits.

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The words “Easy to drink, easy to enjoy” then appear on the screen, showing just how much fun waiting with a can of Bud Light can be.

This commercial stars Top Gun: Maverick actor Miles Teller and his three-year-old wife Keleigh Sperry.

“It has truly been an incredible year for Keleigh and I, not only professionally but personally,” Teller told PEOPLE.

“When Bud Light came along and wanted us to be a part of a Super Bowl commercial, that was the top of the mountain as far as those things go. We always look forward to seeing them.”

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While the moves might have looked rehearsed, Teller revealed there’s “a lot of improvisation.”

“We went to a rehearsal just to be professional — but in the back of my mind I was kind of like… I kind of knew what moves I wanted to do,” he continued.

Teller and Sperry tied the knot in 2019 but mostly kept their relationship out of the public eye, so fans were keen to get a glimpse of their personal lives.

How much do Super Bowl LVII commercials cost?

The Super Bowl is arguably one of the biggest sporting events of the year, attracting millions of viewers from across the country.

The Big Game even has something for non-football fans – legendary commercials featuring today’s biggest stars and an over-the-top halftime show.

Due to its popularity, in-game advertising space is quite costly and has only continued to increase over time.

FOX is reportedly selling 30-second ad sports for $7 million for the 2023 game, according to Front Office Sports.

According to Yahoo! this is an increase of about $1.4 million from 2020.

Miles Teller and Keleigh Sperry star in Bud Light's 2023 Super Bowl commercial


Miles Teller and Keleigh Sperry star in Bud Light’s 2023 Super Bowl commercialPhoto credit: Getty Images – Getty

Previous pricing for 30-second ads includes:

  • 1967 – $42,500
  • 1970 – $78,200
  • 1975 – $107,000
  • 1980 – $222,000
  • 1985 – $525,000
  • 1990 – $1.15 million
  • 2000 – $2.1 million
  • 2005 – $2.4 million
  • 2010 – $2.95 million
  • 2015 – $4.24 million
  • 2020 – $5.6 million

How can I watch the Super Bowl?

Super Bowl LVII kicks off February 12, 2023 at 6:30 p.m. EST on FOX.

Kevin Burkhardt will serve as play-by-play caller alongside former NFL player Greg Olsen, who will serve as analyst.

Both Erin Andrews and Tom Rinaldi will serve as FOX reporters on the sidelines.

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CELINE CASTRONUOVO is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. CELINE CASTRONUOVO joined Dailynationtoday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: celine@dailynationtoday.com.

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