Godaddy, which claims to be world’s No. 1 ICANN-accredited domain name registrar, has been in the news whenever Superbowl is around for its GoDaddy Girls and controversial commercials. GoDaddy Super Bowl television commercial in 2005 ran during the first quarter of the game, but was pulled before its second appearance scheduled for the final two minutes of the game. It focused on a young woman – Nikki Cappelli (Candice Michelle) who has a wardrobe malfunction during her appearance before a “censorship committee”.
GoDaddy is showing streaming videos of the previous controversial commercials on its website. You can download commercials or see web only versions too for 2006 NFC Playoffs, Super Bowl 2005 and the Go Daddy Girl.
In a Fox News recent article titled Super Bowl Forces New Look at Sexy Ads says that after Janet Jackson’s wardrobe malfunction during the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show, citizens and children’s advocacy organizations have called to re-examine television content and the guidelines that rate it.
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