Watch: the Marisa Miller commercial that was 'too sexy for TV'
Wednesday 16 June 2010
A previously banned
Guitar Hero ad starring Victoria's Secret model Marisa Miller has surfaced on the web.
Filmed in 2008 for the popular Activision video game, the commercial starring a lingerie-clad Miller, rocking out on an electric guitar and drums, was deemed too racy for television and was never officially released. The ad can now be watched on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b3f6GW58nQA.
Fellow model Heidi Klum previously starred in the Guitar Hero: World Tour campaign: her very similar video ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1x2eZIc7Cwo) features the same parody of Tom Cruise's pantless dance in Risky Business, even against the same backdrop. If Miller's ad was "too sexy" like in the Right Said Fred song, Klum's - released just a few months before - sure was too. An internal mix-up?
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