When it comes to the Super Bowl, there’s arguably only one thing that’s as exciting as the sport itself; the commercials!\nIn case you were busy on Sunday night, or if you were too preoccupied eating chilli at home to pay attention to the ads, these are some of the best Super Bowl commercials of 2021 — and they’re just as extra as you’d expect.\nEditor's Choice: Drake Made The Most Hilarious Appearance In A Super Bowl Commercial (VIDEO)\nCadillac\nReleased several hours before the game on Sunday, this ad for the all-electric Cadillac LYRIQ was a parody of the 1990 movie Edward Scissorhands.\nIt stars Winona Ryder, who reprises the role she played in the original film, alongside her son Edgar Scissorhands A.K.A. Timothée Chalamet.\nWhat’s not to love, eh?\nState Farm\nThe Weeknd wasn’t the only Canadian to appear during the Super Bowl, as Toronto icon Drake showed up during one ad break, too.\nHe appeared in a commercial for State Farm Insurance, alongside Paul Rudd and NFL stars Aaron Rodgers and Patrick Mahomes.\nTo give you an idea of just how celeb-filled this 30-second clip is — Drake is just a stand-in role!\nCheetos\nIf you like your commercials to be brimming with famous faces, this Cheetos ad might just be your favourite.\nIt stars Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, who sing a cheese puff-inspired version of Shaggy’s “It wasn’t me.”\nThe best part is that Shaggy actually makes a special appearance.\nReddit\nWhat just happened? pic.twitter.com/DypRp6DeQt— Reddit (@reddit) February 8, 2021\nIf you blinked, you may have missed this five-second advert from Reddit.\nWith a 30-second commercial spot reportedly costing $5.5 million, Reddit chose the most budget-friendly option and created a short-and-sweet ad for a fraction of the price.\nThe idea was that those interested would pause the clip to read the text — which says “If you’re reading this, it means our bet paid off.”\nToyota\nPerhaps the most inspiring ad shown on Sunday night, this one features American Paralympic swimmer Jessica Long.\nIt shows her life journey from a Siberian orphan to a 13-time Paralympic gold medalist, and has the message that there is "hope and strength in all of us."\nJeep\nWhile this clip perhaps wasn’t the most exciting of all the commercials on offer on Sunday evening, it was one of the few that included a very discreet political element.\nFeaturing Bruce Springsteen, it acknowledges the “divide” in the United States right now, noting that “fear has never been the best of who we are...”\nWhile it’s an advertisement for Jeep, the clip also makes a case for why Americans “need the middle” right now.\nM&M's\nYet another Canadian icon made an appearance, but this time it was Golden Globe-nominated Schitt’s Creek star Dan Levy.\nIt was a pretty wild weekend for the Toronto-born star, as he hosted Saturday Night Live (SNL) for the first time the day before!\nFord\nOne of the more serious commercials shown during the 2021 Super Bowl, this one took a look at the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.\nIt includes the message “hold the line” and features clips of essential workers and frontline health care staff tackling the crisis.\nIt ends with the hopeful note, “let’s finish strong” as it suggests there is light at the end of the tunnel.\nUber Eats\nMike Myers and Dana Carvey return as Wayne and Garth for this Wayne’s World comeback, which advertised UberEats.\nIt was a pretty short clip — but it's sure to have appealed to fans of the 1990s duo.\nBubly Sparkling Water\nYep — it’s another Canadian!\nStarring in an advert for Bubly Sparkling Water, Michael Bublé tries to convince various water-drinkers that they’re saying his (and the drink’s) name wrong.\nIt’s a fairly unsuccessful quest for the Canuck singer, but he does manage to introduce two new flavours.\nDoorDash\nCute, colourful and good-to-go with a catchy tune, it’s hard not to love this Daveed Diggs and Sesame Street mashup.\nAdvertising DoorDash, this ad dropped during the first quarter of the Super Bowl and promised to donate $1 for every order (up to $1 million) to child-focused social impact work.\nOf course, there were plenty more incredible commercials shown on Sunday night… but you’d need several hours and a whole new pot of chilli to enjoy them all again, right?!