Laredoan unites Glee and Chevrolet during Super Bowl

Photo credit - LIFE magazine

Proud sister, Maite Gomez-Rejón, and artist in her own right posted a behind the scenes video that brother, Alfonso Gomez-Rejón, directed. Both talented siblings are Laredo natives. As Chevrolet described it.

Aerialist, Dancers, and Chevy, oh my! Watch the behind-the-scene footage to see how the New Directions and Chevrolet came together to make a Glee musical spectacular.

And… this is it, the finished product:

Very nice, huh? If you want to catch all the other Super Bowl ads, check out the YouTube Ad Blitz but… I don’t think any are connected to Laredo… well, maybe the Coke border one – kidding, kidding.

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5 Responses to Laredoan unites Glee and Chevrolet during Super Bowl

  1. MaryHelen says:

    That commercial was one of the highlights of Super Bowl night. Yes, I’m a Gleek, but I really enjoyed the nostalgic quality of the music and the over-the-top performances! 🙂

    A BIG plus, come to find out, is that Alfonso Gomez-Rejon directed it! KUDOS!!

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  3. Selina says:

    i luv luv luv that this was done by someone from Laredo.

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