KFC’s Donuts And Fried Chicken Commercial

YouTube comment: “I swear, we’ve reached peak American stereotype right here.”

Yet, I don’t really care how unhealthy or stereotypically American KFC’s donuts and fried chicken is. It looks amazing. But is it? Well yes, but with some drawbacks. By the way, the song the Colonel sings is one that you’ve undoubtedly heard in pop culture. It’s a parody of “Flower Duet” from Leo Delibes’ opera Lakme.


Burger King Is The KFG (King Of Flame-Grilling)

Well, well, well. Burger King is making quite the advertising push of late. Here, the King dresses up like Colonel Sanders to promote Burger King’s Grilled Chicken Sandwich. “The King always outranks the Colonel” is quite the commercial zinger (pun sort of intended).

Have The Time Of Your Life With KFC’s New Chicken & Waffles

Chicken and waffles…delicious. KFC has finally got on the chicken and waffles train with a new limited-time offering. And to promote it, they’re going a bit retro. The Colonel (played by Craig Fleming) and Mrs. Butterworth reenact the classic Dirty Dancing scene set to “(I’ve Had) The Time Of My Life.” That iconic dance scene has become advertising gold in the last few years.  In another spot, KFC gives its Chicken & Waffles the Celine Dion treatment. Haha.





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