What was your favorite Super Bowl commercial?

Did you get a chance to pick your favorite SuperBowl Commercial?

Here are 10 from last nights big game.

Avocados from Mexico

The trade group that promotes Mexican avocados has a quirky ad showing aliens in a museum appreciating human culture, including a Rubik's Cube and actor Scott Baio.

Watch online: https://youtu.be/1ndPEQCoSzk

BMW

Celebrities such as Harvey Keitel and Serena Williams call the new Mini Clubman car different names like "chick car" and "short man's car" before urging viewers to "Defy Labels."

Watch online: https://youtu.be/Y9XqYAzbmTI

Budweiser

Actress Helen Mirren calls herself a "notoriously frank and uncensored British lady" and lectures drunken drivers about why it's a terrible idea.

Watch online: https://youtu.be/Rb2VXVmUga4

Heinz

To the tune of Harry Nilsson's "Without You," weiner dogs dressed up like hot dogs run excitedly toward people in ketchup costumes.

Watch online: https://youtu.be/LOlfhBT8i9I

Honda

Sheep in a meadow sing Queen's "Somebody to Love," until their owner and a sheep dog drive up in a new Honda Ridgeline, which is also blasting the song.

Watch online: https://youtu.be/kTaCT8ZmdJA

LG

Liam Neeson talks about the future in a sci-fi spot directed by Ridley Scott's son, Jake Scott, to promote an LG TV.

Watch online: https://youtu.be/HykB6Sk5ENY

Pokemon

Pokemon's ad for its 20th anniversary was shot in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and empowers children to "Train On."

Watch online: https://youtu.be/2F46tGehnfo

ShockTop

"Silicon Valley" actor T.J. Miller trades insults in a bar with the orange-slice mascot for Anheuser-Busch's wheat beer.

Watch online: https://youtu.be/D0AoauuOY2w

SunTrust

Actor Gary Sinese urges people to let go of financial stress, "let go and breathe" and have financial confidence.

Watch online: https://youtu.be/XGwkPc29CVc

T-Mobile

Cellphone execs ask the rapper Drake to change the lyrics to "Hotline Bling" to sound more like a cellphone contract.

Watch online: https://youtu.be/GDIeNrcGxvQ

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