Cristiano Ronaldo Gets a Bizarre TV Spot on Japanese TV
By Rachelle Corpuz | August 11, 2014 12:01 PM EST
“Well, of course, it was one of my favourite clubs, Manchester, everyone knows that every time when I speak about Real Madrid I should speak about Manchester United.” - Cristiano Ronaldo
Following his country's early exit in the 2014 FIFA World Cup, Ronaldo flew to Japan to attend to a few engagements. One of which was to promote health and wellness products. He has appeared in a number of Japanese TV shows promoting a tool that promote "facial fitness." Now, a new commercial featuring Ronaldo has been making rounds not only on Japanese TV but also online.
The video was uploaded on YouTube which has more than 950,000 views as of this writing.
Video courtesy: YouTube/MTG_CR
The facial fitness product is put between the teeth and the person using it will have to bounce up and down so that the device will do its wonders. Interestingly, Ronaldo is the only person in the video who didn't attempt to put the facial fitness device in his mouth.
For fans of the Portuguese footballer who want to see him really try the facial fitness product on, watch another video below. Somehow, Ronaldo was forced to put it on in one of his TV appearances promoting the product while in Southeast Asian nation. Skip to 3:37 to see Ronaldo try it on.
Video courtesy: YouTube/MTVNational
Meanwhile, some of the biggest names in the Hollywood and sports entertainment have lent their acting skills and appeared in a number of advertisement on Japanese TV. Filmmaker IQ, an online lifestyle magazine and free film school have compiled on its YouTube channel Japanese commercials with celebrities from Hollywood which include Brad Pitt, Ben Stiller, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Nicolas Cage, and Tommy Lee Jones among many others.
In 2013, Tokyo Pop TV has ranked that top five Japanese commercials which featured American celebrities.
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