Cindy Crawford is the star of That Chick Angel‘s “One Margarita” music video — and her outfit took Us again to the ’90s.
Crawford, 57, teased the visible by way of Instagram on Monday, July 31. Within the quick clip, she could possibly be seen stepping out of a convertible sporting a white tank high tucked into blue denims — similar to her ensemble within the iconic Pepsi advert from 1992. For glam, her hair was parted down the aspect and blown out in a voluminous ‘do. She donned smokey eyeshadow, filled-in eyebrows and a pointy contour.
Crawford seductively sipped on a cocktail, which was made with husband Rande Gerber and George Clooney’s tequila model, Casamigos. Two bartenders watched her drink in awe as Crawford threw her head backwards and loved the beverage. All of the sudden, That Chick Angel — whose actual identify is Angel Laketa Moore — jumped into the body sporting a glittery inexperienced high and shoved Crawford to the aspect. The music then transitions to her viral tune, which options Saucy Santana.
The reference to Crawford’s Tremendous Bowl advert introduced on main nostalgia. Within the industrial, she pulled as much as a fuel station and stepped out of an opulent automobile, additionally sporting a skintight white bodysuit and blue denim shorts. Two younger boys watched Crawford in disbelief as she shook round her teased mane and chugged a can of Pepsi. The boys then checked out one another with their jaws dropped and mentioned, “Is that a terrific new Pepsi can, or what?”
In Might 2021, Crawford broke down the Pepsi look in a YouTube video for Vogue. She shared that after attempting on a number of appears for the advert, the studio requested her if they may “reduce off [her] denims” and make them into shorts. “I mentioned sure, as a result of I take one for the staff,” she mentioned.
“When individuals costume as me for Halloween, they costume on this outfit,” she mentioned. “This simply grew to become iconic due to every part … the outfit, the hair … I additionally obtained out of a very cool Lamborghini.”
Crawford went on to gush over her favourite a part of taking pictures the advert, sharing, “Though it was tremendous attractive in an all-American means, it was cute too, as a result of there have been two little boys that have been watching me.”
She added: “I truthfully don’t assume the industrial would have been almost as impactful if it didn’t have that little innocence and humorousness.”