This is just the latest in a string of salacious Carl's Jr. ads, which have formerly featured Kate Upton, Paris Hilton, Heidi Klum and Kim Kardashian, but the fast food chain didn't invent the sexy Super Bowl ad trend. We're looking back at the seven sexiest Super Bowl commercials of all time.
7. Cindy Crawford for Pepsi, 1992
This commercial was brilliant in its simplicity. All it took was a supermodel in a tank top and daisy dukes to make one of the most iconic ads in television history.
6. Calvin Klein Concept, 2013
Again, less is more. This commercial focusses on the rock hard body of model Matthew Terry and not much else.
5. Britney, Beyonce and Pink for Pepsi, 2005
Then again, sometimes more is more. Three pop divas came together for a good cause in this Pepsi commercial which stands in stark contrast to the minimalism of their Cindy Crawford classic. Britney, Beyonce and Pink battle in the coliseum for Caesar (Enrique Iglesias) and a legion of blood-thirsty Romans.
4. David Beckham for H&M, 2012
This commercial had women all over the country dressing their boyfriends in David Beckham Bodywear with the hope that they'd look something like him. While it may not have succeeded in making a regular guy look like an elite athlete, it still gave people 30 seconds of happiness.
3. PETA, 2009
Vegetables have never been sexier. This commercial was eventually banned, but it's probably the most effective way to get pubescent boys to eat healthy.
2. Miller Lite Catfight, 2003
The story is all in the title. This is just an unbridled male fantasy in which two ridiculously gorgeous women strip down to their underwear and wrestle in a pool and then a pit of mud for no reason.
1. Kate Upton for Carl's Jr., 2012
This commercial takes us back to the simple things. It's just a girl enjoying a sandwich like no one has ever enjoyed a sandwich before.
Tune in to CBS on Jan. 26 at 8 p.m. ET/PT for the Super Bowl's Greatest Commercials 2015. You can vote for your favorite commercial here.