HOUSTON – If you're a football fan, you're more than likely going to watch the Super Bowl for the game. But if you don't normally keep up with sports, you watch for the halftime performance or the commercials.
Some Super Bowl commercials have already been released, and it's already causing some buzz.
The "Super Bowl Babies Choir" commercial features babies, children and adults who were born nine months after their parents' football team won the Super Bowl.
The NFL found that birth rates in winning cities increased nine months after the Super Bowl. The "Super Bowl Babies" appear in their team's apparel and sing to a parody of Seal's "Kiss from a Rose." The ad has also generated some activity on social media with people using the hashtag #SuperBowlBabies with the date they were born after a football team's Super Bowl win.
"I was born in Brooklyn, NY in 1987. About 9 months after the '86 @Giants won it all," tweeted Chris Mendez.
According to CNN, the NFL released the commercial on YouTube in an attempt to "recreate one of the greatest love songs of all time to celebrate the greatest game of all time."