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Will Ferrell and Priah Ferguson Light Up General Motors’ Super Bowl LVII Commercial with Hilarious ‘Stranger Things’ Spoof

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General Motors has taken the Super Bowl LVII by storm with their new commercial that features the hilarious duo of Will Ferrell and Priah Ferguson. The commercial takes a page out of the popular Netflix show “Stranger Things” as Will Ferrell reprises the role of Dustin while Priah Ferguson returns as Erica Sinclair.

The ad features Will Ferrell inserting himself into various Netflix shows such as “Bridgerton,” “Queer Eye,” and “Squid Game” to promote General Motors’ partnership with the streaming service. The purpose of the partnership is to increase the visibility of electric vehicles in films and TV.

In the commercial, Will Ferrell says “What about here, Erica?” To which Priah Ferguson, playing Erica Sinclair, replies, “You’re ruining the show, idiot.” Will Ferrell, not missing a beat, adds, “What do you mean? It’s me, Dustin,” to which she retorts, “You’re not.”

The commercial is a nod to the comedic talent of Will Ferrell and the quick wit of Priah Ferguson, who delivers her lines with ease and confidence. This commercial is sure to have audiences laughing and talking about it for days to come. So, if you haven’t seen it yet, be sure to check it out and watch Priah Ferguson and Will Ferrell in action!

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