Who is the girl singing in the Heineken commercial?

10/02/2020 Off By admin

Who is the girl singing in the Heineken commercial?

Meet the girl who sang and did a mean charleston on Heineken’s Skyfall ad: New Zealand songstress Gin Wigmore. Gin – is that as in the juniper-based liquor?

Who is in the new Heineken commercial?

Heineken has released a No Time To Die commercial featuring Daniel Craig. Watch the video and find out what Daniel wears and where it is filmed. The new campaign was developed by Publicis Italy, and plays with the delays of the release of No Time To Die.

What is the song in the new Heineken commercial?

Heineken 0.0 TV Commercial, ‘Father & Son’ Featuring Keke Rosberg, Nico Rosberg, Song by Harry Chapin.

Who is the dad in the Heineken commercial?

Former Formula 1 World Champion Nico Rosberg and his father Keke – also a World Champion in the same sport – are the new faces of the beer brand’s latest responsible consumption spot as part of its ongoing When You Drive, Never Drink campaign.

Who are the father and son in the Heineken commercial?

Heineken has launched another ‘When You Drive, Never Drink’ responsible consumption campaign featuring father and son duo, and former Formula 1 World Champions, Keke and Nico Rosberg.

Who is the older guy in the new Heineken commercial?

Heineken has already tapped Daniel Craig, aka James Bond, to promote its zero-alcohol beer, and now it’s turning to two professional drivers, father and son Formula 1 World Champions Keke and Nico Rosberg.

Who sings the song in the new Heineken commercial?

Heineken – ‘Crash Bang Boomerang’ Rugby World Cup Song Title: Boomerang Song. Artist/Singer: Brixtone (feat. Kristin Shey).

Does Heineken have zero alcohol?

Heineken® 0.0 contains less than 0,03% alcohol so as such it is a non-alcohol beer.

Who is the father son on Heineken commercial?

Where is Heineken commercial filmed?

Location shots in Monaco and the French Riviera also feature throughout the one-and-a-half minute ad, which is set to Cat’s in the Cradle by Harry Chapin.