Wednesday, 28 April 2010

Heineken 'Men With Talent' new viral

Britain's Got Talent is back on air and a new video has started to spread across the web - but this time it's not Susan Boyle, it's Heineken's 'Men With Talent.'

Heineken Men With TalentHeineken 'Men With Talent'

The Heineken film starts off with 4 women watching 'Top Models Singing On Ice' before the men take over.......

Topical and suitably silly, Heineken's Men With Talent is a nice follow up to some of the previous viral hits like the walkin' fridge series and the Real Madrid vs AC Milan stunt.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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