Last night's VMAs have many people talking about red carpet looks, winners, and the performances, but it seems that there are even more people talking about what happened in between all of that — the commercials.
Beats By Dre and KIA definitely brought the funny to the VMA breaks.
In the 2014 KIA Soul spot, the party rock hamsters are back, but this time they are rocking out to Lady Gaga's latest single "Applause" as they work on their physique on the beach, in the gym, and the pool. As they get working, a KIA technician is working on the 2014 KIA Soul. Both the hamsters and the soul get their finishing touches and are off to the red carpet. Watch until the very end to see the full transformation and ultimately get some laughs.
In the first Beats By Dre spot of the evening, the headphone company bring its Beats Pills to life. The commercial features voices from Chris Rock, Eminem, and Tichina Arnold. Watch to see why the Beats Pills can't shut up.
In the Beats By Dre spot following Eminem's announcement of "MMLP2," set to drop on November 5th, Beats Pills Trek and Otis asks questions about Robin Thicke's video for the hit single "Blurred Lines." One of them posed, "How your name gonna be Thicke, and ain't nothing thick in your video?" While the asks this question in response to Miley twerkng, "Don't you need ass to twerk?"
More Beats By Dre commercials that aired during the VMAs can be viewed here