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Best Super Bowl Commercials 2011: Darth Vader & Justin Bieber Lead the Pack!

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Feb. 7 2011, Published 4:04 a.m. ET

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From high-power celeb driven commercials starring Justin Bieber, Ozzy Osbourne and Kim Kardashian to the classics delivered each year by Doritos, Pepsi and E-Trade, Super Bowl XLV ads sure didn't disappoint this year. Catch some of the most memorable commercials below!

A sweaty, scantily clad Kim or a teen heartthrob like JB will sure capture people's attention, and that attention is very important as 30-second Super Bowl spots cost advertisers millions of dollars!

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CELEBRITY ADS

Best Buy 2011Ozzy Osbourne and Justin Bieber take the lead roles in this commercial where Ozzy battles with 4G and 5G.

Skechers Shape-Ups 2011 — Kim Kardashian sweats it out.

Teleflora 2011, "Help Me Faith"Faith Hill helps a young man send a sweet Valentine's Day message.

FOOD/SOFT DRINKS

Doritos 2011, "Pug Attack"

Coca-Cola 2011, "The Seige" — Classic!

Pepsi Max 2011,"Love Hurts"

E-TRADE BABIES

E-Trade Baby 2011, "Tailor"

CARS

Volkswagen 2011, "Darth Vader" — This commercial already has over 15,000,000 views on YouTube, and we can certainly see why!

Chevy Camaro 2001, Miss Evelyn — Two guys talking share their thoughts for Miss Evelyn.

Hyundai Elantra 2011, "Deprogramming" — When Jeff Bridges speaks, you listen!

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