Check out why Scarlett Johansson's super hot SodaStream commercial is banned from airing during the Super Bowl.

How do you make a $4 million dollar Super Bowl commercial go viral before the big game?

Offend the NFL and its sponsors. And that's exactly what the popular Soda Stream Super Bowl advertisement did featuring Scarlett Johansson.

The home soda machine spot called for Johansson to ponder how she could make the commercial viral. She dropped her robe, hopped on a stage, took a sip of the drink and said, "Sorry Coke and Pepsi."

The NFL called foul and asked the company to edit the last line since Pepsi is the halftime sponsor. And now we're all talking about a home soda machine and watching the commercial, which already has over a million YouTube hits.

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