Atlanta’s Lil Nas X stars in hilarious ‘Old Town Road’ dance-off in Super Bowl ad

Atlanta’s Lil Nas X stars in hilarious ‘Old Town Road’ dance-off in Super Bowl ad

We know a lot of people out there are excited for tonight’s match-up between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers.

But admit it, at least some of us are watching the Super Bowl for the year’s best commercials.

This years crop is a star-studded one and Atlanta is representing! Local rapper Lil Nas X is featured in a Doritos commercial where he reprises his hit “Old Town Road" in a hilarious wild-west dance-off with actor Sam Elliot.

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Bill Murray, John Legend and Chrissy Tegan, Missy Elliot. Maisie Williams , Jimmy Fallon and John Cena are among other celebrities in this year’s batch of ads.

We’re saving you hours of game-watching tonight by a round-up of all of the Super Bowl LIV ads that have already been leaked online:

Doritos featuring Atlanta’s Lil Nas X:

This year, expect to see Doritos return, featuring Lil Nas X’s song “Old Town Road.”

Audi:

Budweiser:

Budweiser’s Super Bowl campaigns have been highly rated by football viewers, often featuring puppies (2015 top choice, USA Today Ad-Meter Poll) or Clydesdales (2013 top choice). This year’s commercial promises to be a tearjerker as well.

Genesis:

Amazon:

Cheetos:

Cheetos, another Frito-Lay brand, will run an ad for the first time in more than a decade. It will star 1990s hip hop star MC Hammer.

Michelob Ultra:

Google:

Heinz:

Jeep:

Olay:

Olay will capitalize on its research that found “45% of NFL fans are women” by debuting a commercial produced by a woman-owned agency, featuring an all-female cast.

According to Marketing Dive’s website, the ad stars five famous women: Katie Couric, Busy Philipps, Lilly Singh, Taraji P. Henson and Nicole Stott, a retired astronaut. You can watch the teaser here.

Pepsi Zero Sugar:

Pepsi will run a commercial this year advertising its zero sugar sodas, featuring Missy Elliott and H.E.R.

Pringles:

Walmart:

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution contributed to this report.