Ken Jeong Coke Zero Commercial Shows Why 'And' is Better Than 'Or'

By: Katherine Vong - Published: • References: businesswire & popsop
In this new Ken Jeong Coke Zero ad, which debuted during Sunday evening's BET Awards, the famous 'The Hangover' and 'Community' star demonstrates to viewers just why 'and' is always better than 'or.'

Created by New York-based agency Translation, the Ken Jeong Coke Zero ad starts off with Jeong at a theater. He is trying to decide between two movies when, inspired by his Coke Zero, he breaks into song and dance, singing his own interpretation of the song 'War (What Is It Good For?).' Instead of saying 'war,' however, he says 'or.' The commercial finishes with Coke Zero's tagline, "Enjoy Everything," which also draws a parallel to what Coke Zero offers its drinkers: "real Coke taste" and zero calories.

Watch the quirky commercial here, especially to see Jeong's funny dance number! Stats for Dancing Comedian Drink Ads Trending: Older & Mild
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