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A sneak peak at upcoming Super Bowl commercials

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Every year about this time we get a sneak peek of some of the Super Bowl commercials we'll be watching during halftime of the big game.

You'll see some new faces and more familiar ones including Danicka Patrick who is seen in a new Super Bowl ad showing some skin but so are the men.

Volkswagen giving a sneak peak with a smokin' Carmen Electra and dancing babies.

Then Oikos the Greek yogurt company brings back the dads in Full House though the ending, not revealed yet.

This Doritos ad produced by a Scottsdale dad is one of five finalists in a contest being held by Doritos.The company will pick two of the ads to air on Super Bowl Sunday, you can vote by going to the Dorito's website. The top vote getter wins a million bucks!

Another finalist from Doritos may make you wonder whether "finger licking good" is their new slogan.

All of these just a taste of what's to come on Super Bowl Sunday. You can watch the big game FOX10 on February 2nd.

 

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