Feb 6th, 2010 publishUpdated   Sep 12th, 2021, 4:23 pm

Google could be airing a SuperBowl ad tomorrow in 3rd quarter. Rumor has it that the commercial will be called “Parisian Love” and it documents a series of Google searches done over a long period of time that follow a long distance relationship from first glance to married with kids. Here it is:

Tonight Google’s CEO Eric Schmidt tweeted about “hell freezing over” and mentions the 3rd quarter of the SuperBowl, which set the rumors ablaze:


John Battelle from Battelle Media provided a pre-emptive scoop of the news. The awkward thing is that USA Today’s list of SuperBowl advertisers does NOT include Google. But you know who it DOES include… it includes Motorola. And according to AdAge the Bowl is sold out so there isn’t likely to be a “late entry” although I suppose Google could have requested anonymous entry.

So is Eric Schmidt tweeting about this Paris Wedding commercial or the Motorola Superbowl commercial or something else or both or WHAT THE HECK IS GOING ON? This year I’m DEFINITELY intrigued by the commercials and the game should be amazing as well. Or the other way around. Whatevs.