I love the bunny so much I want to cry. Or die. Or eat it.
Most moving performance of the Wonder Worm: Vuka "Snakes"
Samuel L. Jackson has nothing against this one.
Creepy-sexiest facial hair: Skittles "Beard"
I bet the beard gives a mean back rub.
Best curation of creative talent: adicolor Podcasts
Idealogue and Sara Seiferheld hatched a brilliant way to tap unchanneled directorial talent and take advantage of emerging media portals to set adidas originals apart as a modern day brand Medici.
Best use of euphemisms: Charmin "A little bit rude"
"Touching cloth" never seemed so clean and pretty.
Steamiest, yankee-doodle dandiest pitchman: Levi's "Ice Cream Van" Man
I'll have a frozen banana, please.
Scariest spot: SEB "Forever Young"
Perfectly executed performances and an appropriately nostalgic tune combine to illustrate the frightening cusp of fogiehood. I still can't fight back the tears on this one.
Most frequented time wasters: Comcastic.com's Puppet; CareerBuilder's Monk-E-Mail; Office Max's Elf Yourself
What better way to procrastinate than to make marionettes, chimps or pointy-eared dancing wonders of all your friends.
Freshest marriage of fine art and pop culture: Tate Tracks
Fallon/London and the Tate Modern invited underground and well-known musicians to compose new tunes based on a museum-displayed muse of their choice—a brilliant move to attract a new generation of art goers.
Best Vocal Performance
TBWA/Chiat/Day GCD Ian Reichenthal's unexpected operatic talents as the Skittles singing rabbit. Move over, Clay Aiken!
Youtube talent who must be exploited by advertising: Little Superstar
This little man-boy has some serious moves.
Unrequited Guilty Girl Pleasure: DeBeers "Dandelion"
Lovely track, gorgeous visuals. I was entranced until the cheesy couple at the end made me gag.