I’ll never forget 2001, the year in which Britney Spears traveled through time and closed her truly unforgettable Pepsi commercial with the line of the century: Pepsi, for those who think young! Cue wink.
The soft drink company has mastered the art of getting our attention for decades. Remember when Spears, Beyoncé, and Pink came together for one badass female empowerment moment, symbolically taking over the king, portrayed by Enrique Iglesias? It was a glorious pop culture moment.
This year, Pepsi has tapped Cindy Crawford to recreate her stylish and iconic 1992 Super Bowl commercial—this time with the help of her 18-year-old son Presley Gerber. If you're looking to check out the new clip IRL, at least $4,000 will get you to this year's Super Bowl via Stubhub.
VIDEO: Cindy Crawford Recreated This Iconic 1992 Super Bowl Pepsi Commercial
In honor of the moment, we’ve rounded up 14 of the best Pepsi commercials of all time. Enjoy!
In 2013, Queen Bey reminded us of who’s boss with this video in which she transforms into many versions of herself.
One Direction, 2012
In case you needed a reminder that the One Direction guys once actually sang together, here it is.
Nicki Minaj, 2012
“Moment 4 Life” was, arguably, the song of 2012, and Pepsi obviously knew that.
Mariah Carey, 2006
Remember ringtones? That’s why this one was all about.
Britney Spears, Beyoncé, and Pink, 2004
There’s only one way to sum this one up: #girlpower.
A life-size poster of Shakira comes to life and dances with this grocery store employee—a very 2003 plotline.
It’s been 15 years since Beyoncé topped the charts with “Crazy in Love.” Here’s a reminder of her dominance.
Britney Spears, 2001
That same year, Britney traveled through the decades. Who can forget her saying, “Pepsi! For those who think young.
Also in 2001, Britney Spears made us fall in love with her, and with Pepsi all over again. Her dancing was on point, and all of us were nodding our heads, craving a Pepsi, each time this aired.
Spice Girls, 1997
Before Victoria Beckham led a fashion empire, she was in Pepsi commercials with the Spice Girls.
Cindy Crawford, 1992
No Pepsi commercial is referenced quite as much as Cindy Crawford’s 1992 moment, in which she does nothing but walk out of a car and, well, drink a Pepsi. The cutoffs-and-bodysuit combination is timeless, so much so that she recreated the video decades later.
Madonna’s controversial “Like a Prayer” was the song that carried her 1989 commercial. Iconic, indeed.
David Bowie and Tina Turner, 1987
Michael Jackson, 1984
Even MJ couldn’t help but catch the Pepsi bug.