Internet webhost GoDaddy.com, known for its racy Super Bowl commercials, will have at least one television spot during the big game. But one of its ads you will not see because it has already been rejected by CBS. That spot features "an effeminate former football star named Lola" who pursues his dream to design lingerie.
"It’s the first time for me I’ve been baffled," said Go Daddy CEO Bob Parsons. "Usually we may get an ad rejected and we’ll understand. We may not agree, but we understand."
The network is still debating if it will run a spot submitted by gay dating site Mancrunch. CBS has already agreed to run an anti-choice "issues ad" sponsored by anti-gay Focus on the Family. The ad will feature former Florida Gators quarterback Tim Tebow and his mother, Pam. "Whatever Lola Wants"...unless it's have a choice in life or appear on CBS.
Watch the rejected GoDaddy spot AFTER THE JUMP ...