Cuteness overload! Pantene tapped a few NFL players and their adorable daughters for the absolute CUTEST Super Bowl commercial. Check it out inside, plus find out how you can joining the fight with Alicia Keys for criminal justice reform….
Kiddie cuteness overload ahead!
With the Super Bowl just days away, Pantene Pro-V released a series of commercials starring a few NFL players giving their adorable daughters “Dad Dos” in an effort to celebrate the next generation of strong, beautiful women. And we’re SO here for the daddy-daughter cuteness!
In the clips, NFL dads, Pittsburgh Steelers’ DeAngelo Williams, New Orleans Saints’ Benjamin Watson, and Dallas Cowboys’ Jason Witten, sit their daughters down to style their hair the best way they know how. Their #DadDos include the ‘Curtain Call,’ the ‘Who Dad-Do,’ and the ‘Daddy and Angel Bug’s Magnificent Pigtails.’ And the daddy-daughter moments will have your heart fluttering.
Research shows quality time spent with dads is key in raising daughters who are more self-confident, self-reliant and more successful in school and in their careers. The next generation could use all of that and some. It’s a sweet way for dad’s to spend more time with their daughters while building confidence and strength in their daughters.
Peep the clips (if you can stand the cuteness) below:
In another new campaign....
Grammy Award winning singer Alicia Keys is rallying up her fans to help her fight for criminal justice reform. In collaborations with her We Are Here Movement and #cut50, Alicia is getting her flirt on with a married man. But this time, it's all in the name of justice. Alicia Keys is urging the Speaker of the House to schedule a vote on criminal justice reform. She’s concerned about the millions of American children left behind due to a parent(s) being incarcerated for non-violent crimes.
There are only a few months left to pass criminal justice reforms, so she’s kicking things into overdrive to have our voices heard.
The “28 Thousand Days” singer is asking the Speaker of the U.S. House to show love and compassion for people negatively impacted by our criminal justice system. She will be sending out a personal Valentine’s Day card to Speaker Ryan and she wants you to send one too through the We Are Here Movement website. The cards will be printed and delivered to Speaker Ryan’s office for Valentine’s Day to spread some love.
Alicia Keys said about the campaign:
“I have seen the devastating impact that incarceration has had on families. For the women and children left behind, it can deepen poverty and hopelessness. I am asking for Speaker Paul Ryan’s help in bringing about policies that can help rehabilitate instead of punish, so we can keep families together that have been unjustly torn apart by excessive incarceration. Valentine's Day is all about love and compassion, so it’s the perfect time to remind Speaker Ryan why justice reform matters to so many Americans. ”
Great cause! Watch her flirty personal message above.