Victoria's Secret and Carl's Jr. Premiere Sexy Super Bowl Commercials-But Are They Too Much?

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Victoria’s Secret unveiled their official 2015 Super Bowl commercial today. The 30-second ad features Behati Prinsloo, Karlie Kloss, Lily Aldridge, Candice Swanepoel, Alessandra Ambrosio, and Adriana Lima sporting their signature lingerie as Brenda Lee's "I'm in the Mood for Love" plays in the background.

Victoria’s Secret hinted the ladies would be sporting head-to-toe football gear in the commercial teaser earlier this week, but turns out the official ad falls more in line with past TV spots we've seen. In fact, the only football-related part of the ad is the final tagline, which reads, “Let the real games begin” in all capital letters.

The commercial will make its television debut during the fourth quarter of the big game.

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And while the angels look mesmerizing, Carl’s Jr. might be airing the sexiest commercial come Sunday. The fast food chain’s risqué ad, featuring model Charlotte McKinney, is so steamy that it’s already causing quite the controversy.

The 30-second clip promotes the hamburger joint’s “Au Naturel” burger – so naturally, Charlotte walks around a farmer’s market au naturel – covered up only by strategically placed fruits and veggies. Towards the end, the camera shows us a full-body shot of the blonde Kate Upton look-a-like and it turns out, she’s not completely in her birthday suit, but in a skin-colored bikini.

After the racy commercial sparked outrage from viewers on the Internet, marketing specialist Erika Napoletano spoke to USA Today, saying, "It's like porn meets American Pastime."

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"She doesn't look like any women I know. This is all about the cheap, visual joke,” she added. Watch the teasers in the video above.

What do you think? Are these ads too racy for a family-friendly Super Bowl Sunday? Or, are you liking the commercials? Send @Katie_Krause a tweet and let her know!

The Super Bowl airs Sunday, Feb. 1, at 6:30 p.m. EST/3:30 p.m. PST on NBC. And don't forget: Katy Perry will be performing during halftime!