Carl’s Jr. Features Bacon and Threesomes in Sleazy New Ad

(Published July 27, 2016)

Go to Newsbusters for the original post.

Why have one sexy model eating a burger when you can have three?

Carl’s Jr.’s most recent ad campaign features lots of burgers, bacon, and babes. The fast food chain’s newest item is the Bacon 3-Way Burger. The only thing that sells better than bacon is sex, but the restaurant took that to another level with their Three-Way “Fantasy.”

The provocative ad spot features former Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Genevieve Morton, along with social media babes Emily Sears and Elena Belle. The women, clad only in white string bikinis, make grilling a greasy fast food burger actually look seductive.  The sultry trio cook bacon strips, spoon bacon jam, and dice bacon crumbles, while rapper Dirt Nasty’s “Threesome” plays in the background.

The girls sensually feed each other bacon pieces and spoonfuls of jam on the lyrics “she’s givin’ her some, they givin’ me some” and look seductively at each other as the rapper sings “we havin’ us a threesome.” The original video released cuts off in the middle of the word “threesome,” only implying that there’s more than just bacon-love going on here. But the director’s cut version of the “Fantasy” commercial leaves little to the imagination.

But Carl’s Jr. doesn’t want anyone to be surprised by the ad’s ménage a trois suggestion. One of the models in the video says “it’s called the Bacon 3-Way Burger. What did you expect?” She has a point, given the chain’s history of producing raunchy burger ads. Paris Hilton seductively “washed” a car while advertising the spicy BBQ burger, and another model took off her bikini top while selling the cod fish burger. Kate Upton got turned on by the Southwest Patty Melt, writhing around in a convertible and visibly sweating while taking bites out of the burger. That ad actually got banned from airing during the 2012 Super Bowl.

And now, Carl’s Jr. can’t wait for people to try the 3-way….burger.

This article was cited on Forbes.

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