It turns out The Weeknd wasn't the only Canadian artist to grace our screens on Super Bowl Sunday. \nDrake appeared in a State Farm commercial alongside Paul Rudd and NFLers Aaron Rodgers and Patrick Mahomes, and he didn't even land the lead part — he's a stand-in for Jake from State Farm.\nEditor's Choice: Fred VanVleet's Girlfriend Just Shared The Sweetest Photos For Their Anniversary (PHOTOS)\n\n\nDrake, who appears in a red State Farm t-shirt, hilariously starts talking over Jake, who informs him that stand-ins don't actually have any lines. \nHe looks just as ridiculous as Paul Rudd, who fumbles with a football as Mahomes' stand-in.\nThe commercial aired in the U.S. during the Super Bowl, which also featured a jaw-dropping half-time performance from The Weekend. \nDrake filmed The Weeknd's performance while it played on his TV screen, and posted it on his Instagram Story. \n"Big moment for the city !!!!," Drake captioned the video. With both artists hailing from Toronto, it seems like he's referring to their hometown.\n\nThe Weeknd had us all baffled in recent weeks with his face looking unrecognizable after it was covered in bandages. \nHowever, it turns out that it was all facial prosthetics for his "Save Your Tears" music video, and was meant to serve as a symbol of Hollywood culture.\nThe mystery was revealed during the outstanding half-time show when a bunch of dancers in facial bandages marched onto the field.